Make K-20 teaching and learning easier and more fun with a Web teaching and learning solution that connects all the digital age tools and resources teachers and learners use into one simple place –with CANVAS!
Whether you are a prospective, beginner or super user, the July 31 Nebraska Canvas User Group Conference at the Northeast Community College Lifelong Learning Center in Norfolk offers sessions for any K-20 ed-tech enthusiast. There will be a separate track for beginners in the morning, and two tracks for Higher Ed and K12 running throughout. There is even a Genius Bar staffed by Canvas.
An 8:30 a.m. welcome begins a day jam packed with Canvas awesomeness; followed at 9:30 by six morning K-12 and six Higher Ed sessions; an on-you-own lunch at 12:15 p.m.; followed at 1:30 p.m. by four afternoon K12 and four Higher Ed sessions; and concluding at 3:30 p.m. with prize drawings.
Regional ESU Contacts:
Certified trainer Wade Fruhling will conduct SRS user training August 1 at Educational Service Unit 2 in Fremont. The Student Record System (SRS) is a highly secured online system that creates all special education documents required by Rule 51, including IEP, MDT, IFSP and notices. The system also organizes and stores documents and provides easy access to files from anywhere via the internet.
Online Registration closes July 27. There is no fee for ESU 2 region schools. A minimal fee applies to out-of-region schools and service units
For event information, contact ESU 2 Student Services at 402.721.7710.
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SRS is one of three special education initiatives managed by the Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council (ESUCC). The purpose of these projects is for participating parties to pool their resources in connection with special education services and for the training of special education teachers and other staff members employed by educational institutions within the state of Nebraska. Others are:
Nationally certified Crisis Prevention Institute trainer Michael Feit of ESU 2 offers educators an intervention framework and specific training for safe, non-harmful behavior management of confrontational, disruptive or potentially out-of-control students.
CPI full-day certification training dates are offered August 1, September 8 and December 21. Half-day recertification trainings are offered the morning and the afternoon of August 3.
Feit, a behavior teacher for the Unit's Independent Behavior Program alternative school setting, spent five years teaching students with emotional and behavioral disorders throughout Lincoln Public Schools. He has his Masters of Education in Special Education from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development Child and Family Studies from South Dakota State University.
CPI certification training program supports PBIS strategies and can be fully integrated into the PBIS process.
Preschool and early childhood teachers and caregivers will get inspired to sing, play, love during an August 4 interactive workshop with featured presenter Anne Meeker Watson at Wayne State College. The interactive, engaging event meets Rule 11 guidelines and yields six early childhood training hours.
is a unique outcomes-based program that helps early childhood professionals and parents share fun and engaging songs, picture books, music videos, and other instructional supports to teach young children important skills for early learning and kindergarten readiness.
Developed by music therapist and early interventionist Anne Meeker, Ph.D., the program utilizes music and play-filled activity to help children learn and practice skills for social-emotional development, language, and literacy.
This training is supported by the STARS Native American Demonstration Grant and Nebraska Educational Service Unit #1.
The Nebraska Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council and its statewide network of regional service units will host KSB attorneys for a timely series of five school law webinars video cast live on the Internet to sponsoring ESUs. Topics include Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, labor law, teacher evaluation, Title IX, and records. All are FREE for Nebraska schools personnel registering through their regional ESU.
KSB School Law attorneys will speak to a live audience from sponsor and host site Educational Service Unit 2, located at 2320 N Colorado Avenue in Fremont.
Simultaneously, ESU 2 will video cast live on the Internet to other Nebraska Educational Service Units whose ESU Administrators register their Units as sponsoring receive sites on a per event basis.
KSB School Law will also be a webinar receive site. Individuals from schools, educational service units, or other education-related agencies may attend at their office located at Cornhusker Plaza, 301 S 13th Street, Suite 210 in Lincoln. Contact KSB to complete arrangements, which may involve payment given ESU Sponsor circumstances.
Says KSB attorney Karen Haase: "Schools, educational service units, and other education-related agencies are the most legally diverse entities in the country. We made a focused decision to provide legal advice and training across the broad spectrum of needs for schools and related entities, which allows us to use the commonality of legal issues to be efficient, timely, and practical in our representation.
"As KSB reviews developments in the law we create training seminars in order to keep educators informed of the ever-changing legal landscape; the 2018 seminar series is designed to bring your staff up to speed so they can perform their duties to the best of their ability and with fidelity to the law. "
2018 ESUCC / ESU Webinar Series
Detailed Session Descriptions
provided by KSB 2017July 7
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In collaboration with the Nebraska Department of Education, Data-Based Conferences is bringing a two-day version of its annual Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) / Response to Intervention (RTI) Conference to Nebraska August 31 and September 1.
Conference attendance is limited to 300 attendees. Nebraska educators have priority through August 4.
After this date, out-of-state educators may register for any remaining openings.