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  • Students with Autism in Your Classroom

    Apr 17, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Kirkland
    This course offers an in-depth look at autism characteristics in areas such as social reciprocity, shared attention, and perspective taking. Attendees learn how these deficits translate into academic, social, motor, communication and adaptive difficulties in schools and communities. This course provides an overview of the various behavioral, developmental and structured
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  • ESA Certification 101 SEA/WEAEW 2/27/19

    Apr 17, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Spokane
    A joint training for members of Spokane EA and WEA-Eastern UniServ Council: Education Staff Associates (ESA) include school counselors, psychologists, social workers, SLPs, OT/PT’s and nurses. ESAs have complex and different certification and continuing education requirements, with many changes in recent years. This course is
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  • National Board Renewal Feedback and Support - 4/20/19 Federal Way

    Apr 20, 2019 9:00am Clock Hours Federal Way
    WEAs National Board Renewal Feedback & Support provides NBCTs an opportunity to share and get feedback on one or two drafts of their Professional Growth Experience (PGE) requirements to renew their NB Certificate. NBCTs will participate in a structured feedback protocol process with other candidates to examine PGE evidence, alignment
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  • WEA Olympic Special Education and the Law

    Apr 30, 2019 5:00pm Clock Hours Poulsbo
    This is a 3 hour version of the popular and intensive course designed to provide an overview of the rules and regulations required for providing special education services. Based on WAC 392-172A and specific court cases, this course provides the tools stakeholders need to provide compliant services to students with
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  • New Student Discipline Rules training

    May 2, 2019 5:00pm Clock Hours Tukwila
    WEA staff Sally McNair will join us to facilitate a conversation around the new student discipline rules adopted by OSPI in July 2018. This event is open to members of Rainier UniServ council, and a $20 Good Faith check must be sent to the Council office (575 Andover Park West
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  • National Board Renewal Jump Start - Lake Washington May 4 2019

    May 4, 2019 9:00am Clock Hours Kirkland
    WEA's National Board Renewal Jump Start is a 1-day training that provides key information to NBCTs who are engaged in the National Board Certification renewal process. This training helps candidates consider their growth and experiences since becoming a NBCT and how to relate this to the renewal process. There is
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  • Culturally Responsive Classroom Behavior Interventions PSUC May 6 2019

    May 6, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Federal Way
    This training helps educators integrate culturally responsive behavior intervention practices into their classroom. Participants build on concepts from earlier courses in the Culturally Responsive Strategies series to learn to implement behavior intervention strategies that respect all students
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  • PGP Sessions 2-3 Asotin-Clarkson May 13 and June 5 2019

    May 13, 2019 4:00pm Clock Hours Clarkston
    Did you attend our PGP Part 1 training? If so, you are eligible to attend this follow-up series to help you revise and finalize your PGP! This 2-part, 4-hour (total) training will help you 1) get focused feedback on your draft PGP, 2) consider changes to your plan
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  • Teacher Certification 101 Federal Way Education Association PSUC May 14 2019

    May 14, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Federal Way
    During this workshop, participants do the following: - Become familiar with recent policy changes affecting teacher certification - Learn about the new National Board process - Get an overview of ProTeach© - Explore new certification renewal requirements - Review how to move from a residency
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  • School to Prison Pipeline

    May 15, 2019 5:00pm Clock Hours Des Moines
    This overview session will explore the school-to-prison pipeline which refers to the entire system that leads many youth of color to be introduced to the criminal justice system at a young age. This event is open to members of Rainier and Kent UniServ councils. A $20 "good faith check" is
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  • Teacher Certification 101 Auburn Education Association PSUC May 16 2019

    May 16, 2019 4:00pm Clock Hours Auburn
    During this workshop, participants do the following: - Become familiar with recent policy changes affecting teacher certification - Learn about the new National Board process - Get an overview of ProTeach© - Explore new certification renewal requirements - Review how to move from a residency
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  • It's Never Too Early to Think About Retirement Planning Fourth Corner May 17-18 2019

    May 17, 2019 6:00pm Mount Vernon
    WEA Fourth Corner and WEA-Retired are pleased to present a pre-retirement seminar for members who are planning for retirement for refundable $25. Spouses/significant others for an additional $15. How prepared are you? What decisions will you have to make? What paperwork should you have in order, now and then
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  • Tacoma EA Micro Aggressions and Implicit Bias

    May 20, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Tacoma
    This research-based course for educators explores issues of implicit bias based upon race, ethnicity and LGBTQ status through an analysis of “microaggressions” and “micro-insults.” Course Objectives: - Explore issues of implicit bias and microaggressions - Develop an understanding of [1] how our beliefs, values, and experiences inform
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  • National Board Information Night

    May 30, 2019 4:15pm Spokane
    This will be an overview and Q&A session for those who are considering National Boards and/or just want to find out more. Hosted by our cohort facilitators who are your fellow SEA members, you will gain a better understanding of what the process is like and if it is a
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  • Tacoma EA Implicit Bias Gender/Sexuality

    May 30, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Tacoma
    In this course, participants are introduced to implicit bias research, resources, and concepts, including microaggressions and micro-insults. During the other portion of this course, participants focus on gender and the intersectionality of implicit bias and -isms that lead to microaggressions and inhibit success in the classroom and the workplace. Participants
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  • Implicit Bias Disability

    Jun 6, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Tacoma
    In this course, participants are introduced to implicit bias research, resources, and concepts, including microaggressions and micro-insults. During the other portion of this course, participants focus on implicit bias and microaggressions related to disabilities. They also work on framing a new way to think of ableism and the impact of
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  • CRCM 3 - Culturally Responsive Classroom Interactions 2019

    Jun 10, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Lakewood
    Educators will explore culturally responsive classroom interaction practices to ensure students experience a positive, consistent, safe and equitable classroom. Learn to facilitate classroom interactions appropriately integrating students’ culture and family backgrounds. Objectives: Apply core practices for developing culturally responsive classroom interactions; identify strategies for building relationships between students and families;
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