Bureau: Indiana

Seeds of Caring Ambassador Program

Hey Indy Teachers and Parents! Would you like a flexible, low commitment volunteer role that you can do with your entire family? Meet Seeds of Caring! We focus on creating volunteer opportunities for families and groups of Preschool-5th grade kids and aim to create a kinder, more connected community, led by the youngest generation. We …

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A World of Difference Cafe – Extremism and Youth Radicalization: What Schools Need to Know About White Supremacist Recruitment Tactics & How Schools Prepare

ADL’s A World of Difference® Institute Invites you to the second installment of A World of Difference Café Conversations: Three-Part Educator Series. Session Two: Wednesday, November 9, 20223:30pm-5:00pm CT/ 4:30pm-6:00pm ET Extremism and Youth Radicalization: What Schools Need to Know About White Supremacist Recruitment Tactics & How Schools Prepare This session will provide educators with …

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AMPL!FY Youth Voice Symposium

Youth Communication and national education leaders will discuss strategies to address complex education challenges and create culturally responsive learning communities to: Help young people heal from experiences with racism, sexism, and other injustices Support students to achieve their personal and academic goals Uplift teen voices in a world that too often marginalizes them This event is in-person in …

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Where the Science of Learning Meets the Science of Reading: Unpacking the Evidence

While the science of reading tells us what is essential for building a reader, the science of learning tells us the conditions that are necessary for learning to thrive and last. Participants will engage in learning about the evidence base for the Science of Learning and connecting those principles to the components of Scarborough’s Reading …

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Building Your Dual Credit Teacher Pipeline: A Workshop for School Administrators (Indianapolis)

The Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) at the University of Indianapolis invites school administrators to join us for a two hour workshop designed to help develop your school’s plan to grow and sustain a robust supply of teachers credentialed to teach dual credit. During this session, participants will: gain a stronger understanding of Indiana …

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Building Your Dual Credit Teacher Pipeline: A Workshop for School Administrators (Evansville)

The Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) at the University of Indianapolis invites school administrators to join us for a two hour workshop designed to help develop your school’s plan to grow and sustain a robust supply of teachers credentialed to teach dual credit. During this session, participants will: gain a stronger understanding of Indiana …

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Building Your Dual Credit Teacher Pipeline: A Workshop for School Administrators (Merrillville)

The Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) at the University of Indianapolis invites school administrators to join us for a two hour workshop designed to help develop your school’s plan to grow and sustain a robust supply of teachers credentialed to teach dual credit. During this session, participants will: gain a stronger understanding …

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The Power of the Dimension of Crosscutting Concepts: Prompting Student Sensemaking and Discourse

The Framework for K-12 Science Education details the importance of every student’s engagement with natural scientific phenomena at the nexus of three dimensions of learning: Science and Engineering Practices, Disciplinary Core Ideas, and Crosscutting Concepts. Of these three dimensions, it is the dimension of crosscutting concepts which unifies the study of science and engineering across all domains …

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2022 IPS School Board Candidates Forum from Chalkbeat & WFYI

Hear what school board candidates think about important educational issues and what they plan to do if elected. Candidates for the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) school board will participate in the 2022 School Board Candidates Forum on Wednesday, October 5, 2022, at 6:00 pm at the Indianapolis Public Library, Central Library. Reporters from both WFYI Public Media …

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What Literacy Leaders Need to Know and Do to Support Teachers in Shifting to Science of Reading-Based Instruction

As a school or district leader, how are you ensuring the effective implementation of research-based practices that will develop students’ critical literacy skills so they become proficient readers with expanded and equitable opportunities to lead fulfilling and productive lives? In this complimentary webinar, Linda Diamond will share the importance of a coherent message when developing …

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Red for Ed Story Slam

Come together with other community members and listen directly from educators on the current state of Hoosier public education. These are real stories about what educators are currently experiencing with a focus on what has and hasn’t changed since the 2019 Red for Ed rally at the State House.

A World of Difference® Cafe: What We Have Learned About Bias Incident Response In K-12 Schools

ADL’s A World of Difference® Institute Invites you to the kick-off for our new A World of Difference Cafe Conversations: Three-Part Educator Series: Grab your favorite coffee mug and begin your back-to-school routine with ADL Midwest Education! In this World Café session, experts from the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL’s) A World of Difference® Institute will offer …

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A World of Difference® Institute – Information session for k-12 educators

Are you a K-12 educator or administrator looking for ways to respond to bullying or bias incidents in your classrooms and schools? Are you looking to equip your students with the skills to create a welcoming and inclusive school environment? ADL (Anti-Defamation League) can help! ADL’s A World of Difference® Institute offers a variety of …

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A World of Difference® Institute – Information session for k-12 educators

Are you a K-12 educator or administrator looking for ways to respond to bullying or bias incidents in your classrooms and schools? Are you looking to equip your students with the skills to create a welcoming and inclusive school environment? ADL (Anti-Defamation League) can help! ADL’s A World of Difference® Institute offers a variety of …

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UnboundED Virtual Summit- 6-12th Grade

The Mind Trust Schools team has partnered with UnboundED for a Virtual Summit. UnboundEd’s interactive two-day Virtual Summit, July 19th and 20th 9am-3:30pm for teachers, coaches, and leaders emphasizes instructional planning in the complex COVID-19 era and amidst a historical anti-racist movement. With an emphasis on grade-level curriculum, strategic supports, and equitable instruction, our sessions …

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Literacy Leadership in Challenging Times – Virtual Institute

As a school or district leader, how are you ensuring the effective implementation of research-based practices that will develop students’ critical literacy skills in service of comprehension of text? In this complimentary virtual institute we’ll explore models that show the alignment of instructional practices,  discuss current state and district initiatives that support the research, and …

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Marian University Preparatory School Virtual Information Session | May 24

Marian University Preparatory School is a faith-focused, virtual/hybrid private school that recently launched and is now enrolling students for the upcoming school year. Meet MU Prep’s Head of School and Principal at a live, virtual session to hear their perspective of the MU Prep experience and what makes it different from the rest. There will …

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The Power of Public Education, Part 2: ​Effective Communication Between Schools and Communities

Effective, on-going, two-way communication is at the heart of schools that help students succeed. Research suggests students do better when schools, parents/care providers, and the community are partners.  Reciprocal communication (mutual listening and sharing) is essential for meaningful engagement to occur.  Effective communication can stabilize school and community partnerships. It accommodates the diverse communication needs for …

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Conversations With Amar “Racial Equity in Education and Central Indiana’s Workforce “

Conversations With Amar is a Facebook Live event that is hosted by Teach For America Indianapolis and moderated by our Executive Director, Amar Patel. Join us as Amar sits down with President and CEO of the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, Claire Fiddian-Green, and President and CEO of Ascend Indiana, Jason Kloth, to discuss the state …

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Driving Change: an in-depth conversation about improving school transportation

More than 650,000 Hoosier public school students ride yellow school buses to and from school each day. While school options have increased and changed, the way students get to school is largely unchanged and has a lot of room for improvement. These issues directly affect students and families. For example, issues like driver shortages, long …

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Upstream Thinking with Dan Heath | CELL 20th Anniversary

Over the last 20 years, the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) at the University of Indianapolis has led, advocated, and partnered with educators to bring about dramatic and dynamic change to benefit Hoosier students. In celebration of our 20th Anniversary, CELL is hosting a public and complimentary, thought-provoking presentation featuring New York …

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Know More, Do More Virtual Field Trip with The Home Depot and Discovery Education

Empower students with greater appreciation for sustainability and conservation by discovering how materials impact our everyday lives. From meeting a forestry expert to a supply chain expert, students explore the actions they can take to build greater self-reliance and a healthier planet. This virtual field trip is appropriate for students in grades 6-12

Getting Better Faster through Observation and Feedback

Getting Better Faster through Observation and Feedback Facilitated by: Meredith Anderson, Relay Regional Leadership Coach Session Objectives: Observe teachers and give feedback effectively Plan and practice an observation and feedback meeting Session Description: Next to Data-Driven Instruction and Student Culture, effective observation and feedback is arguably the next most effective lever to changing outcomes for …

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Equity Driven Teaching & Learning

July 12 and 19  (registration closes on June 25) Do you want to chart a course to becoming a multicultural organization that is inclusive, affirming, and committed to transformation?  Facilitated by seasoned educational leaders and national experts in organizational transformation and student achievement REthinc will provide a 2-day cohort experience for Teachers who are leading the equity …

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2021 Golden Hoosier Award

Lt. Gov. Crouch, FSSA accepting 2021 Golden Hoosier Award nominations. To be eligible for the Golden Hoosier Award, the nominee must currently be an Indiana resident, aged 65 or older and have been a volunteer in the community for the past three years. The deadline for submitting applications is Saturday, June 19, 2021. Nomination forms …

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