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CEA holds a variety of meetings, conferences and workshops for the benefit of its members. We have annual conferences and also hold workshops in your school district if you request it. We also list conferences of interest for educators. Let us know if you would like us to post your conference here.



July Events

  • Summer Teacher Training for Computer Science

    JULY - AUGUST


    Trainings for the Code.org K-5 Curriculum and StarLogo will be offered at all of the RESCs this summer. The Code.org full day workshops will cover courses 1-3 and offer supplies needed to teach the courses. Courses blend online, self-guided and self-paced tutorials with "unplugged" classroom activities that require no computer. StarLogo training is a fun, hands-on half day workshop is for middle school teachers interested in learning how to program 3D games and/or science simulation models using StarLogo Nova, a free online educational software tool with a graphical programming interface.

    For more information, contact jennifer.michalek@ct.gov.

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  • Connecticut Core Standards Online Learning Modules


    The Connecticut Department of Education (CSDE) in partnership with Public Consulting Group (PCG) is offering free online learning modules to support the implementation of CCS English Language Arts and Math standards. Available on Pepper, PCG's interactive and collaborative professional learning platform, these modules are self-paced, collaborative, and engaging. Current modules include:


    Module 1

    Module 2

    ELA

    Focus on Instructional Shifts

    Focus on ELA & Literacy Instruction

    Math

    Focus on Practice Standards

    Focus on Content Standards


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  • Algebra 2 Model Curricula

    JULY 27 - 30
    Gateway Community College

    AUGUST 3 - 6
    Central Connecticut State University


    In-depth training on the Algebra 2 Model Curriculum will be from July 27-30 at Gateway Community College and from August 3-6 at Central Connecticut State University. Each 4 day session will provide 3 hours of training on each unit of the model curriculum. All sessions will run from 9am to 4 pm. For more information, contact jennifer.michalek@ct.gov.

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August Events

  • Geometry Model Curricula

    AUGUST 3 - 6
    Gateway Community College

    AUGUST 10 - 13
    Central Connecticut State University


    In-depth training on the Geometry Model Curriculum will take place from August 3-6 at Gateway Community College and from August 10-13 at Central Connecticut State University. Each 4 day session will provide 3 hours of training on each unit of the model curriculum. All sessions will run from 9am to 4 pm. For more information, contact jennifer.michalek@ct.gov.

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  • Summer Curriculum Institutes for ELA and Mathematics

    AUGUST 4 - 6
    Holiday Inn, East Hartford


    In partnership with CSDE, PCG will hold a series of three-day Summer Curriculum Institutes to guide teams of educators in designing Connecticut Core Standards (CCS) ELA & Literacy and Math-aligned curriculum units. Using a backward design model, participants will create a unit that aligns learning goals, assessment evidence, and learning progressions with the CCS. Specific sessions will be held for ELA & Literacy in content areas and Mathematics.

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  • "Unconference" for New and Pre-Service Teachers

    AUGUST 5
    12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Mohegan Sun Convention Center


    Unconferences are a relatively new, engaging, peer-to-peer learning-focused, collaborative and creative way to share information and learn new topics. In an unconference, participants will have the opportunity to put conference sessions on the agenda through focused conversations and facilitation, thus driving what's discussed throughout the day. The sessions could range from the formal to the informal: from the well-thought-out prepared talk reflecting years of research and practice, to the spur of the moment new idea that would be fun to discuss or review; from the demonstration of a working tool, to the working-through of something completely new.

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  • The Edward Kennedy Institute for the US Senate
    Summer 2015 Training Program for Teachers

    AUGUST 12
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    UMASS Boston campus


    The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate is dedicated to educating the public about the important role of the Senate in our government, encouraging participatory democracy, invigorating civil discourse, and inspiring the next generation of citizens and leaders to engage in the civic life of their communities. The Institute has designed a one-day training program for middle and high school teachers to participate in the Senate Immersion Module, a full-scale representation of the US Senate Chamber, participants will take on the roles of Senators debating and voting on legislation related to Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss engaging students in the legislative process by using the SIM experience and tailoring their materials based on an existing curriculum.

    Video of SIM program in use with students: https://www.emkinstitute.org/resources/sim-video.

    Cost: $150


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  • Social Studies Framework Activities for Social Studies Leaders and Teachers

    AUGUST 17 - 20

    Vance Academic Center
    Central Connecticut State University


    Two series of four-day summer institutes will be held this summer for social studies curriculum developers and teachers. Utilizing the new frameworks, inquiry in the secondary and primary grades, and global and local perspectives on history will all be topics of discussion. Heidi Hayes Jacobs will be a featured speaker at both summer institutes. There will be two "levels" at these summer institutes, meaning that social studies professionals who attended last summer will receive almost all new materials this year. The institutes will be held from June 29-July 2 and August 17-20 (the same institute delivered twice). All social studies teachers and curriculum leaders are invited. Cost of the institute will be $50 per participant.

    For questions or additional information contact Steve Armstrong, state social studies consultant at stephen.armstrong@ct.gov.


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  • Connecticut Administrator Test and Praxis Special Education Workshop

    AUGUST 22

    Wesleyan University Exley Science Center - Room 121

    CAT Workshop

    10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    PRAXIS Special Education Workshop

    1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    Individual workshop cost is $100


    Dr. Brent Daigle will be holding a workshop for the Connecticut Administrator Test (CAT) Exam for anyone who plans to take the CAT assessment as part of the requirements for school leadership/administrator certification.

    A PRAXIS Special Education Exam workshop will also be offered for anyone who plans to take the PRAXIS assessment as part of the requirements for teacher certification.

    Registration will be on-site. Please email or call him if you are interested in joining. In your email, please specify which session you would like to attend.

    Email: drbrentdaigle@praxisworkshop.org
    Phone: (985)-400-2542
    Website: https://brentdaigle.wordpress.com


  • 2015 Membership/Treasurer Workshops

    August 20

    CEA Headquarters, Hartford

    September 9

    Trumbull Marriott, Trumbull

    September 10

    Spa at the Norwich Inn, Norwich

    September 16

    CEA Headquarters, Hartford

    September 17

    Crystal Peak, Litchfield


    Treasurer/Membership Chairperson workshops will be held in the evening in four locations around the state this September and we are going to once again do an afternoon workshop in August. These workshops will deal with membership processing procedures, special services, and treasurers' responsibilities including dues obligation/transmittal, tax filing obligations, and agency fee issues. We especially encourage new officers and chairpersons to attend, but recommend that ALL treasurers and membership chairs attend annually to review procedures.


    Register


September Events

  • The What, the How and the Why of Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments

    New Britain

    September 8
    October 5

    November 18
    December 14

    January 14

    Trumbull

    September 30
    October 9

    November 16
    December 11

    January 11

    Norwich

    October 8
    November 17

    December 15
    January 20

    February 2


    One-day workshops offered by the State Department of Education, designed to support Grade 3-8 classroom teachers, instructional specialists, coaches, ELA and mathematics department chairs, and interested administrators as they become familiar with the Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments.

    Registration Details



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