Location of event: Gilmer High School, 408 Bobcat Trail, Ellijay, GA 30540
We'll hear from region media specialists about the programming in their media centers, discuss GLMA Media Specialist of the Year eligibility changes, get some amazing technology tips, and enjoy a great day of learning for K-12 media professionals.
|Event Date||03-05-2020 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||03-05-2020 3:00 pm|
Led by Samuel DePaul, Ph.D., Executive Director, North Georgia RESA
Participants will understand the key advantages and importance of high performing teams, define a team, review common goals, and discuss the three components of trust. Participants will also learn and discuss the Ten Characteristics of High Performing Teams; the Ten Characteristics of High Performing Team Members; and identify the attitudes, skills, and knowledge of the perfect team member. Several activities and videos will supplement the presentation.
|Event Date||03-12-2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-12-2020 11:30 am|
|Individual Price||$0 in-area fee/$50 out-of-area fee|
The Spring Instructional Technology Consortium will feature an in depth look at Cherokee county Schools new badging program. It will also include a presentation on Software for the Arts.
Registration is open to anyone who is involved in Instructional Technology in your school or district including instructional specialists, media specialists, teachers, and anyone else who loves technology.
|Event Date||03-13-2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-13-2020 2:00 pm|
Led by: Jessica L. Booth, Fine Arts Program Manager, GaDOE
Target Audience: Middle and High School Art Teachers
GSE Boot Camp- Learn about the GSE for Visual Art K-12 and the new Instructional Resources available to all Georgia art teachers. Resources include curriculum maps, unit plans, example lesson plans, instructional videos, and assessments.
Deconstructed Drawing- During this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to deconstruct graphite drawings on acetate.
|Event Date||03-19-2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-19-2020 3:30 pm|
Led by author Michael Buchanan
This course will be online through CANVAS and include one face-to-face meeting.
While reading the award-winning novel The Fat Boy Chronicles, participants will answer online questions and interact with classmates in a search for best practices that help with bullying, cutting, and other issues facing our youth today.
Mandatory Face-to-Face Meeting: May 14, 2020 from 2:00 pm-4:00 pm
|Event Date||03-23-2020 12:00 pm|
|Event End Date||05-01-2020 12:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$75.00 in-area fee/$100 out-of-area fee|
Led by: Corey Kirby, Attorney, Harben, Hartley, & Hawkins
Corey Kirby will answer legal questions, concerns, issues surrounding 504s, mental health, ethics and all other issues counselors and school staff confront daily. Please send the questions you would like ask Corey Kirby to email@example.com.
|Event Date||03-26-2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-26-2020 12:00 pm|
Led by Paul McClain, Fine Arts Specialist, GaDOE
Target Audience: 9th-12th Grade Theatre and ELA Teachers
GSE Boot Camp and Dramatic Writing Introduction- Learn about the GSE for Theatre and Film K-12 and the new Instructional Resources available to all Georgia Arts teachers. Resources include curriculum maps, unit plans, example lesson plans, instructional videos, and assessments. We will walk through these resources with the new HS Dramatic Writing I course as our examples.
Reading Shakespeare with the Whole Body- Examine how verse text connects to the breath and body. Explore strategies to help students fully engage when reading classical texts aloud.
|Event Date||03-26-2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-26-2020 3:30 pm|
Led by: Katie Anderson and Casey Hall, Contractors
Target Audience: Elementary School Music Teachers
GSE Boot Camp- Learn about the GSE for Music K-12 and the new Instructional Resources available to all Georgia Arts teachers. Resources include curriculum maps, unit plans, example lesson plans, instructional videos, and assessments.
Teaching Life Skills Through the Elementary School Music Room. This workshop will focus on life skills that turn into workforce development skills in the ES Music Room. Learn how communication, social awareness, and self-regulation are transferable from the music room to life.
|Event Date||05-18-2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||05-18-2020 3:30 pm|
3rd Annual Leadership Summit
The Leadership Summit will establish a network of possibilities for school leaders across NGRESA, will increase dialog between district and school leaders, will provide an opportunity for districts to present ideas that work, and will increase professional knowledge on a variety of educational related topics.
Keynote Speaker: Weston Kieschnick
|Event Date||06-09-2020 7:30 am|
|Event End Date||06-09-2020 3:30 pm|
|Individual Price||$100 in-area fee/$150 out-of-area fee|
Teach what we Assess and Assess what we Teach!
Target Audience: 5th-12th Grade US History and Economics Teachers
Join GADOE as we investigate ways to align GSE standards to instruction to assessment. Increasing EOC scores isn't always dependent on increasing teacher content knowledge or learning effective instructional strategies. Increasing EOC scores are dependent on aligning instructional practices and assessments to the cognitive demand of the standard. Come prepared to revise a future unit to align the standard, instructional activity and assessment to the cognitive demand of the standard and watch the EOC scores increase!
|Event Date||10-01-2020 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||10-01-2020 3:30 pm|
Click HERE for the consolidated RESA System Calendar. This Calendar includes important dates for NGRESA and member systems. It includes holidays, breaks, planning days, and other dates.
System dates were accurate at the time of creation but are subject to change. Please consult each system's official calendar for the most up to date information.