June 18 Sessions

List of 10 items.

  • Using Design Thinking to Build Culture & Innovative Curriculum in the Classroom (6 Hour Workshop - Part 1)

    Lauren Sikes, Founder & CEO, DesignEd
    Monday, June 18
    8-10 a.m.

    Design thinking is a thinking framework that begins with empathy and accelerates innovation through rapid prototyping. There are no limits to how design thinking can be used in your practice. Participants will learn the design thinking process and participate in multiple design challenges to further understand the process. In the session, participants will create an outline for a design thinking unit to use in the classroom in the coming school year. Participants will also learn about DesignEd's framework for innovation and how this can be used to gauge innovations as it relates to school culture and curriculum practices.
     
  • Building Community Through Responsive Classroom Strategies PK-12

    Haley Frye, Instructor of Preschool, CPA
    Monday, June 18
    8-10 a.m.

    Starting the day off right (or each class) is more important than you might think. Through Responsive classroom techniques we will spend time with morning meeting, engaging your students, and building overall classroom community. Morning Meeting is an engaging way to build a strong sense of community and set students up for success, socially and emotionally. Responsive Classroom has a focus on everyday social skills and can be used for all ages and grades. Come join us for some fun in helping kids look, listen, and get their eyes off screens and in the faces of their peers.
  • Permeating or Peripheral? Biblical Worldview in the Classroom (1.0)

    Beth Graham, Instructor of Third Grade, CPA
    Monday, June 18
    8-10 a.m

    Is providing students with a sound biblical worldview permeating your units and lessons or patched onto the periphery? As we help students wrestle with the essential questions, we must make sure we are continually pointing to and proving essential truths. In an age when teenagers and young adults are walking away from the faith of their parents in droves, come contemplate how to use the concepts and skills you are already teaching to prepare students not only for the workforce, but to promote a lasting faith.

  • Using Design Thinking to Build Culture & Innovative Curriculum in the Classroom (6 Hour Workshop - Part 2)

    Lauren Sikes, Founder & CEO, DesignEd
    Monday, June 18
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Design thinking is a thinking framework that begins with empathy and accelerates innovation through rapid prototyping. There are no limits to how design thinking can be used in your practice. Participants will learn the design thinking process and participate in multiple design challenges to further understand the process. In the session, participants will create an outline for a design thinking unit to use in the classroom in the coming school year. Participants will also learn about DesignEd's framework for innovation and how this can be used to gauge innovations as it relates to school culture and curriculum practices.
  • The Apple Certification Workshop (4 Hour Workshop - Part 1)

    Patrick Jordan, Technology Integrationist, CPA
    Monday, June 18
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
     
    You’ll need you Mac and iPad to begin this course to become an Apple Certified Teacher. This workshop will look at tools that are already at your fingertips without the need for paid apps or web services. Each participant will have the chance to gain exposure to how powerful Apple can be in the classroom. We will introduce the Classroom App for iPads. These courses utilize training from Apple, and allow for independent pacing. After the completion of this 4-hour course, teachers will be Apple Teacher Certified. It’s great and easy to get comfortable with your Mac products!
  • Experience Dyslexia ® Workshop

    Melissa Carpenter, LS Learning Services Specialist, CPA
    Connie Thomas, LS Learning Services Specialist, CPA
    Fonda Baumgardner, LS Reading Intervention Strategist, CPA

    Monday, June 18
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    As educators and parents, it is important for us to understand how our students learn. Developed by the International Dyslexia Association, this simulation activity takes you through six hands-on stations. In each station, you will gain a better understanding of the struggles a student with a language-based disability, such as dyslexia, encounters.
  • Using Design Thinking to Build Culture & Innovative Curriculum in the Classroom (6 Hour Workshop, Part 3)

    Lauren Sikes, Founder & CEO, DesignEd
    Monday, June 18
    1-3 p.m.

    Design thinking is a thinking framework that begins with empathy and accelerates innovation through rapid prototyping. There are no limits to how design thinking can be used in your practice. Participants will learn the design thinking process and participate in multiple design challenges to further understand the process. In the session, participants will create an outline for a design thinking unit to use in the classroom in the coming school year. Participants will also learn about DesignEd's framework for innovation and how this can be used to gauge innovations as it relates to school culture and curriculum practices.

  • Multiple Intelligence Assessment and Learning

    Andrea Malloy, Instructor of Fourth Grade, CPA
    Monday, June 18
    1-3 p.m. 

    Our students are told on a regular basis that they have talents and are blessed with different gifts. How great would it be to put specific language around those areas of strength in a child-friendly way, and then provide opportunities in the classroom that allow those gifts to be used? In this session, we'll take a look at Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences theory, assess ourselves to know our own "intelligences", and look at ways in which we can speak to each intelligence in the classroom. Come get to know yourself better and think of ways to help your students know truly, and more specifically, how wonderfully they have been made.

  • The End of Static Slideshows

    Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS Design Lab, CPA
    Monday, June 18
    1-3 p.m. 

    Engage your students in new and exciting ways with Nearpod, the website and app that allow you to present teacher-guided and self-paced interactive lessons, engaging assessments, and even VR field trips. Create your own presentations or explore a vast community of ready-to-teach lessons. With its intuitive design and engaging features, you may never lecture again! This session will help you create your account and first lesson. Participants will workshop their lessons and share ideas for how this platform could be effective for any instructional scenario.

  • The Apple Certification Workshop (4 Hour Workshop - Part 2)

    Patrick Jordan, Technology Integrationist, CPA
    Monday, June 18
    1-3 p.m. 

    You’ll need you Mac and iPad to begin this course to become an Apple Certified Teacher. This workshop will look at tools that are already at your fingertips without the need for paid apps or web services. Each participant will have the chance to gain exposure to how powerful Apple can be in the classroom. We will introduce the Classroom App for iPads. These courses utilize training from Apple, and allow for independent pacing. After the completion of this 4-hour course, teachers will be Apple Teacher Certified. It’s great and easy to get comfortable with your Mac products!

June 19 Sessions

List of 8 items.

  • Technology Integration - Ideas & Resources

    Andrea Malloy, Instructor of Fourth Grade, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    8-10 a.m.

    Summer is a great time to discover new ideas to implement in the upcoming school year. In our workshop, we will explore new ways in which technology can be implemented into various classrooms, along with incredibly helpful resources. We will also spend time collaborating and tinkering with different technology in our session.
  • Deepening Christian Worldview in the Classroom (2.0)

    Beth Graham, Instructor of Third Grade, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    8-10 a.m.

    Maybe you are not a newcomer to the concept of teaching with a biblical worldview, but you know you've got room for improvement. Come consider ways to dig deeper, join college's sharing ideas, and create ways to connect all learning to the Creator.
  • How to develop Christ centered relationships that impact students in the classroom

    Dan Carpenter, Instructor of US History, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    8-10 a.m.

    As teachers, we all want to see evidence that we are making a difference for Christ in the lives of our students. In this seminar, we will look at how God uses relationships to impact students. We will examine student feedback to see the ways in which students want to be known and pursued by their teachers, and we learn simple techniques that help teachers to developing relationships that influence students for Christ.
  • Reading Strategies PK - 12

    Kendra Posey, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    As educators, we know the importance of reading (and reading well) in all areas of life. In order to provide students with a strong curriculum of research-based reading instruction, all teachers need to engage in best practices for reading instruction in all subjects and grades. This involves crafting before, during, and after reading strategies that will engage students and increase comprehension. In this session, teachers will be exploring and applying strategies that are best suited to their particular subject and level.
  • Problem Based Learning 101: Constructing Lessons that Promote Inquiry and Problem Solving

    Madison Knowe, Instructor of US Math, CPA
    Bo Knox, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Join PBL101 to experience a PBL lesson firsthand, look at research-based methods to construct and successfully use PBL lessons in your classroom, and take time to develop a lesson that you can use with your students in the coming year. You will walk away with experience using and developing lessons that put students in the driver’s seat and have them motivated to ask and answer questions that align with your curriculum and extend beyond the walls of your classroom.
  • Student-Driven Learning in the Math Classroom

    Jessica Barksdale, 6th Grade Math Teacher, OHS
    Tuesday, June 19
    1-3 p.m.

    Need to get away from "I Do, We Do, You Do" in the math classroom?  Want to push your critical thinking skills and perseverance in the face of challenging content? Can I really step back and let students drive the learning?  Experience an inquiry-based math lesson through the student lens and break down the key components of student-driven learning in the math classroom.  Plan together with other teachers for future lessons and units and be prepared for the students to take the wheel in your classroom.  When math content is experienced instead of given, students are able to apply their knowledge in new situations and make connections across the content.
  • 5 Point Advocacy Scale for PreK through 5th Grade Classroom

    Fonda Baumgartner, LS Reading Intervention Strategist, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    1-3 p.m.

    This workshop will each students to advocate for themselves in an academic setting using Kari Dunn Buron's five-point scale system. You will be equipped to return to your classroom with hands-on tools and methods to springboard in teaching your students how to express their wants, needs, and feelings in every area of their development:  socially, emotionally, physically, intellectually, and spiritually.
  • Class Dojo: The App That Saved My Career

    Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS Design Lab, CPA
    Tuesday, June 19
    1-3 p.m.

    Revolutionize the environment of your classroom with Class Dojo. Truly the Swiss-army knife of classroom management platforms, Class Dojo seamlessly integrates behavior management, data analysis, and a suite of classroom tools like timers, instructional visualizers, and group makers. Throw away the popsicle sticks because there’s a random student picker; ditch the paper attendance log because you can track absences, tardies, and early dismissals; keep your communication secure by sharing class and student stories and communicate with parents directly through the app. This session will demonstrate how I use Class Dojo every day in my instruction, help you create your own account and onboard your classes, and offer support and tips for utilizing Class Dojo in a variety of instructional scenarios.

June 20 Sessions

List of 5 items.

  • Do you have the "Write" Stuff?

    Samantha Pence, 5th/6th Grade Language Arts Teacher, NHA
    Wednesday, June 20
    8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

    Developing and cultivating a culture of writers is difficult, yet it provides students with a powerful voice. In this workshop, participants will explore the Writer's Workshop model and reflect on their own teaching practices. Participants will walk away with practical ideas for keeping mini-lessons "mini", conferring, and celebrating writers. Material will be based on Lucy Calkin's Units of Study and is geared towards 3rd-6th grade writers. Come ready to write! 
  • Teachers Don’t Teach

    Jennifer Christensen, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Wednesday, June 20
    8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

    One huge misconception about the teaching profession, especially for new teachers, is that they are hired to teach. Teachers are actually managers, and they are charged with one of the most challenging objectives on the planet...managing human beings. Becoming comfortable with an educator’s multi-faceted role is the first step to releasing you to execute your primary passion, teaching.
  • Deepening Christian Worldview in the Classroom (2.0)

    Beth Graham, Instructor of Third Grade, CPA
    June 20
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Maybe you are not a newcomer to the concept of teaching with a biblical worldview, but you know you've got room for improvement. Come consider ways to dig deeper, join college's sharing ideas, and create ways to connect all learning to the Creator.
  • The Art of Storytelling

    Jennifer Christensen, Instructor of US English, CPA
    June 20
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Storytelling can be a powerful point of engagement in the classroom. Evoking an imaginative appeal, stories can be a wonderfully effective bridge between content and student. Stories bring life to the classroom and serve as point of a connection for a more difficult concept or a lesson that oftentimes proves daunting.
  • Communicate Better with iWork Apps

    Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS Design Lab, CPA
    June 20
    1-3 p.m.

    Have you ever had to send home a document to students? What about create a worksheet from scratch? Ever made a slideshow presentation? Chances are, you answered yes to one or more of these, and (I hate to say this) it probably didn’t look very good. But it’s not your fault – you most likely weren’t trained in visual communication design. This session will unlock your design potential by introducing you to the iWork suite of apps: Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Focusing primarily on the first two, you’ll learn why more than just Apple’s version of Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel (respectively), these apps are intuitively designed to help you communicate more effectively and beautifully.

July 16 Sessions

List of 10 items.

  • CPR Certification

    Jeremy White, Emergency First Responder Instructor, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    7:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.

    Let's get prepared to save lives! With the fast paced hectic lives that we live the potential for an emergency situation is high. If you are in need of CPR, AED, or Basic First Aid certification, then come join us for a few hours for an in-depth emergency response training course. We will get you prepared to be confident that you can step into any emergency situation and have a positive effect. The certification is through a nationally certified organization and will be good for 2 years. Be a part of being prepared and serving our community in the event of an emergency.
  • Using Current Events to Spark Creativity in Writing at the Elementary Level

    Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School, TCS
    Allie Scheimann, Third Grade Teacher, TCS
    Monday, July 16
    8-10 a.m.

    Students at all levels hear enough bad news, fake news, and scary news. So introduce them to some funny news, inspiring news, and surprising news to spark their imaginations and invite them to write! In this session we will discuss some fun resources to introduce story prompts that lead to discussion and a desire to write. We will also discuss writing in the subject areas and using current events to tie students' writing into larger class projects or cross-curricular units.


  • Multiple Intelligence Assessment and Learning

    Andrea Malloy, Instructor of Fourth Grade, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    8-10 a.m.

    Our students are told on a regular basis that they have talents and are blessed with different gifts. How great would it be to put specific language around those areas of strength in a child-friendly way, and then provide opportunities in the classroom that allow those gifts to be used? In this session, we'll take a look at Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences theory, assess ourselves to know our own "intelligences", and look at ways in which we can speak to each intelligence in the classroom. Come get to know yourself better and think of ways to help your students know truly, and more specifically, how wonderfully they have been made.
  • The Apple Certification Workshop (4 Hour Workshop - Part 1)

    Patrick Jordan, Technology Integrationist, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    You’ll need you Mac and iPad to begin this course to become an Apple Certified Teacher. This workshop will look at tools that are already at your fingertips without the need for paid apps or web services. Each participant will have the chance to gain exposure to how powerful Apple can be in the classroom. We will introduce the Classroom App for iPads. These courses utilize training from Apple, and allow for independent pacing. After the completion of this 4-hour course, teachers will be Apple Teacher Certified. It’s great and easy to get comfortable with your Mac products!
  • Problem Based Learning 101: Constructing Lessons that Promote Inquiry and Problem Solving

    Brent Berkompas, Instructor of US Math, CPA
    Bo Knox, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Madison Knowe, Instructor of US Math, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Join PBL101 to experience a PBL lesson firsthand, look at research-based methods to construct and successfully use PBL lessons in your classroom, and take time to develop a lesson that you can use with your students in the coming year. You will walk away with experience using and developing lessons that put students in the drivers seat and have them motivated to ask and answer questions that align with your curriculum and extend beyond the walls of your classroom.
  • CPR Certification

    (Does not count as PD, but will receive CPR certification) 2.5 Hours, $35 including materials
    Jeremy White, Emergency First Responder Instructor, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    10:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

    Let's get prepared to save lives! With the fast paced hectic lives that we live the potential for an emergency situation is high. If you are in need of CPR, AED, or Basic First Aid certification, then come join us for a few hours for an in-depth emergency response training course. We will get you prepared to be confident that you can step into any emergency situation and have a positive effect. The certification is through a nationally certified organization and will be good for 2 years. Be a part of being prepared and serving our community in the event of an emergency.
  • The End of Static Slideshows

    Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS Design Lab, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    1-3 p.m.

    Engage your students in new and exciting ways with Nearpod, the website and app that allow you to present teacher-guided and self-paced interactive lessons, engaging assessments, and even VR field trips. Create your own presentations or explore a vast community of ready-to-teach lessons. With its intuitive design and engaging features, you may never lecture again! This session will help you create your account and first lesson. Participants will workshop their lessons and share ideas for how this platform could be effective for any instructional scenario.
  • CPR Certification

    Jeremy White, Emergency First Responder Instructor, CPA
    1-3 p.m.
    (Does not count as PD, but will receive CPR certification) 2.5 Hours, $35 including materials

    Let's get prepared to save lives! With the fast paced hectic lives that we live the potential for an emergency situation is high. If you are in need of CPR, AED, or Basic First Aid certification, then come join us for a few hours for an in-depth emergency response training course. We will get you prepared to be confident that you can step into any emergency situation and have a positive effect. The certification is through a nationally certified organization and will be good for 2 years. Be a part of being prepared and serving our community in the event of an emergency.


  • Technology Integration - Ideas & Resources

    Andrea Malloy, Instructor of Fourth Grade, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    1-3 p.m.

    Summer is a great time to discover new ideas to implement in the upcoming school year. In our workshop, we will explore new ways in which technology can be implemented into various classrooms, along with incredibly helpful resources. We will also spend time collaborating and tinkering with different technology in our session.
  • The Apple Certification Workshop (4 Hour Workshop - Part 2)

    Patrick Jordan, Technology Integrationist, CPA
    Monday, July 16
    1-3 p.m.

    You’ll need you Mac and iPad to begin this course to become an Apple Certified Teacher. This workshop will look at tools that are already at your fingertips without the need for paid apps or web services. Each participant will have the chance to gain exposure to how powerful Apple can be in the classroom. We will introduce the Classroom App for iPads. These courses utilize training from Apple, and allow for independent pacing. After the completion of this 4-hour course, teachers will be Apple Teacher Certified. It’s great and easy to get comfortable with your Mac products!

July 17 Sessions

List of 8 items.

  • Teachers Don’t Teach

    Jennifer Christensen, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Tuesday, July 17
    8-10 a.m.

    One huge misconception about the teaching profession, especially for new teachers, is that they are hired to teach. Teachers are actually managers, and they are charged with one of the most challenging objectives on the planet...managing human beings. Becoming comfortable with an educator’s multi-faceted role is the first step to releasing you to execute your primary passion, teaching.
  • Curating Classroom Culture

    Brent Berkompas, Instructor of US Math, CPA
    Bo Knox, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Tuesday, July 17
    8-10 a.m.

    This course, focused on middle and high school classrooms, will explore the expectations and processes that cultivate healthy learning environments that promote student advocacy, responsibility, respect, and sustainability. We will share expectations, best practices, and testimonials on the ways that a healthy classroom culture has transformed our teaching perspective and the quality of student work output.
  • The Art of Storytelling

    Jennifer Christensen, Instructor of US English, CPA
    Tuesday, July 17
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Storytelling can be a powerful point of engagement in the classroom. Evoking an imaginative appeal, stories can be a wonderfully effective bridge between content and student. Stories bring life to the classroom and serve as point of a connection for a more difficult concept or a lesson that oftentimes proves daunting.
  • How to develop Christ centered relationships that impact students in the classroom

    Dan Carpenter, Instructor of US History, CPA
    Tuesday, July 17
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    As teachers, we all want to see evidence that we are making a difference for Christ in the lives of our students. In this seminar, we will look at how God uses relationships to impact students. We will examine student feedback to see the ways in which students want to be known and pursued by their teachers, and we learn simple techniques that help teachers to developing relationships that influence students for Christ.
  • Teaching Timeless Truth in an Age of Uncertainty

    Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School, TCS
    Tuesday, July 17
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    In our technology-saturated and fast-paced culture it is easy for us to become so focused on preparing children for life in 21st century that we neglect the teaching of Truth that is timeless. In this session we will discuss ways to use strategic questioning and essential questions to frame Truth for children in a way that they are able to integrate what they are hearing in church, in chapel, and in Bible classes with what they are learning in all their subject areas. Teachers will learn to write Timeless Truth statements based on each of their units of instruction to create a focal point for the unit as well as a Truth to which they may refer throughout the school year. 
  • Class Dojo: The App That Saved My Career

    Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS Design Lab, CPA
    Tuesday, July 17
    1-3 p.m.

    Revolutionize the environment of your classroom with Class Dojo. Truly the Swiss-army knife of classroom management platforms, Class Dojo seamlessly integrates behavior management, data analysis, and a suite of classroom tools like timers, instructional visualizers, and group makers. Throw away the popsicle sticks because there’s a random student picker; ditch the paper attendance log because you can track absences, tardies, and early dismissals; keep your communication secure by sharing class and student stories and communicate with parents directly through the app. This session will demonstrate how I use Class Dojo every day in my instruction, help you create your own account and onboard your classes, and offer support and tips for utilizing Class Dojo in a variety of instructional scenarios.
  • 5 Point Advocacy Scale for Pre-K through 5th Grade Classroom

    Fonda Baumgartner, LS Reading Intervention Strategist, CPA
    Tuesday, July 17
    1-3 p.m .

    This workshop will each students to advocate for themselves in an academic setting using Kari Dunn Buron's five-point scale system. You will be equipped to return to your classroom with hands-on tools and methods to springboard in teaching your students how to express their wants, needs, and feelings in every area of their development:  socially, emotionally, physically, intellectually, and spiritually.
  • Using Coding and Robotics to Shape the Way Young Children Think

    Jamie Tyner, Director of Technology Integration, TCS
    Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School, TCS
    Tuesday, July 17
    1-3 p.m.

    You don't need an expensive STEM lab to transform your elementary program to include coding and robotics. What's more, there are myriad ways to incorporate "tech thinking" into all levels of elementary grades - both by using technology and also using "tech free" methods. In this session, we'll discuss the kinds of thinking patterns and learning skills that can be built in teaching children to code. We will also discuss meaningful ways to incorporate robotics into math and science classes. Come play and learn and get excited about teaching your students to think as active collaborators and learners.

July 18 Sessions

List of 8 items.

  • Communicate Better with iWork Apps

    Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS Design Lab, CPA
    Wednesday, July 18
    1-3 p.m.


    Have you ever had to send home a document to students? What about create a worksheet from scratch? Ever made a slideshow presentation? Chances are, you answered yes to one or more of these, and (I hate to say this) it probably didn’t look very good. But it’s not your fault – you most likely weren’t trained in visual communication design. This session will unlock your design potential by introducing you to the iWork suite of apps: Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Focusing primarily on the first two, you’ll learn why more than just Apple’s version of Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel (respectively), these apps are intuitively designed to help you communicate more effectively and beautifully.
  • Do you have the "Write" Stuff?

    Samantha Pence, 5th/6th Grade Language Arts Teacher, NHA
    Wednesday, July 18
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Developing and cultivating a culture of writers is difficult, yet it provides students with a powerful voice. In this workshop, participants will explore the Writer's Workshop model and reflect on their own teaching practices. Participants will walk away with practical ideas for keeping mini-lessons "mini", conferring, and celebrating writers. Material will be based on Lucy Calkin's Units of Study and is geared towards 3rd-6th grade writers. Come ready to write! 
  • Experience Dyslexia ® Workshop

    Melissa Carpenter, LS Learning Services Specialist, CPA
    Connie Thomas, LS Learning Services Specialist, CPA
    Fonda Baumgardner, LS Reading Intervention Strategist, CPA
    Wednesday, July 18
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    As educators and parents, it is important for us to understand how our students learn. Developed by the International Dyslexia Association, this simulation activity takes you through six hands-on stations. In each station, you will gain a better understanding of the struggles a student with a language-based disability, such as dyslexia, encounters.

  • How to Advocate for Students in the College Process

    Ben Gatlin, Catherine Sawyer, Elizabeth Raymond, College Counselors, CPA
    Wednesday, July 18
    10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

    Understanding the current landscape of college admissions will equip you to write good letters of recommendation and connect with the issues and demands students are facing in college admissions. Join us for a hands-on workshop.
  • Integrating Biblical Worldview

    Trisha Arnold, Curriculum Director, NHA
    Wednesday, July 18
    8-10 a.m.

    Teaching from the Ultimate Perspective -  How one’s worldview affects EVERYTHING!
    Learn how to create a framework for using Biblical Integration in every subject area, so students can see God’s love throughout the universe.
  • Math Differentiation: It’s not as hard as you think

    Jacilyn Goodwin, Math Coach, NHA
    Wednesday, July 18
    1-3 p.m.

    Come join this workshop, and learn how to best meet the diverse needs of a broad range of learners without having to make multiple lesson plans and still offer a path to learning which varies in skills, abilities and interests.
     
  • New CPA Faculty Intro to Atlas Curriculum Mapping

    Dr. Dawn Ruff, Academic Dean, CPA
    Wednesday, July 18
    1-3 p.m.

    (Does not count as PD)

    Come learn about curriculum mapping, Understanding by Design, and how to use the amazing tool called Atlas. Bring your computer and join this hands-on workshop!
  • New Faculty, Intro to MyCPA

    Patrick Jordan, Technology Integrationist, CPA
     (Does not count as PD)
    Wednesday, July 18
    8-10 a.m.

    MyCPA is your hub to life and learning at CPA. Bring your computer (and charger) and get set up for the new school year with our Director of Educational Technology.

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