Instructional Services

Engaging with Poverty in Mind

Click here for dates/times and to register for Engaging with Poverty in Mind Workgroup 2016-2017.

Grade K-12 teachers across the county will gather together to discuss the effects of poverty on a child’s brain and strategies to help mitigate those effects.

Teachers: Civil War re-enactors offer Sept. 16 student day

Douglas County teachers who are looking for a history experience their students can see, hear and touch might want to consider visiting the Sept. 16 School Day that’s part of a three-day Civil War re-enactment at Mildred Kanipe Memorial Park in Oakland.

Oregon Mentoring Professional Learning Opportunities

Event Date: 
Wed., Sep. 14, 2016
Event Date: 
Thu., Sep. 15, 2016
Event Time: 
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 

Professional Learning Series

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Teacher Mentors: Year One

Educational Services - Weekly Professional Development Update

Key upcoming webinars, dates, reports requirements and more - Summer 2016.

LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

2016-2017 Workgroups

  • Writing
  • Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind

Teachers: Register now for summer workshops

Here are two summer workshops for teachers that will stretch your creativity, minds and (in one case) legs! 

Early registration is encouraged for the Art Academy for Educators, taking place June 15-16 at the Umpqua Valley Arts Center in Roseburg and for the Outdoor Education Workshop, scheduled Aug. 17-18 at the Alder Creek Community Forest near Canyonville. Each training offers a $100 stipend as well as the opportunity to earn professional development units.

Douglas County schools seek to bolster gender equity in classes

One of the biggest challenges in education is attracting students to careers that have long been identified with one gender. But changes are brewing, and some recent efforts by Douglas County educators have drawn national attention.

Your input needed for state education

How good is your imagination? Ready to put it to work on behalf of a classroom (or lots of them) near you?

As Oregonians prepare for the new federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), education leaders across the state are asking for input on what citizens want from their schools. Specifically, Salam Noor, the state’s deputy superintendent of public instruction, is inviting Oregonians to reimagine education in our state.

Educational Services - Weekly Professional Development Update

Key upcoming webinars, dates, reports requirements and more.

Week of March 28, 2016

Educational Services - Weekly Professional Development Update

Key upcoming webinars, dates, reports requirements and more.

Week of March 14, 2016

Educational Services - Weekly Professional Development Update

Key upcoming webinars, dates, reports requirements and more.

Week of March 7, 2016

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