Professional Development & Training

Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building
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Early Learning
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building

Join other child care and preschool/prek professionals and learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences research, early brain development science and protective factors such as positive relationships. Strategies to promote resilience building in classrooms and support families and their children birth-5 will be offered.


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Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building
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Early Learning
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building

Join other child care and preschool/prek professionals and learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences research, early brain development science and protective factors such as positive relationships. Strategies to promote resilience building in classrooms and support families and their children birth-5 will be offered.


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Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Overview,
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Social Studies
Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Overview,

This full day workshop will be led by Joe Schmidt (DOE Social Studies Specialist) who will provide an overview of the revision process for the Maine Learning Results for Social Studies as well as share resources that support their implementation. Focus topics will include: Changes to the overall framework for both elementary and secondary schools. The embedding of the skills and processes of social studies throughout the document. A greater emphasis on teaching about Maine Native Americans. A greater emphasis on teaching about personal finance. Districts are encouraged to send representative teams of social studies teachers as time will be provided for participants to explore the standards and resources in order to plan for classroom and district implementation.


Hosted by: WMEC
Special Presenter:

Cost: $30

Date(s): October 21, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: University of Maine Farmington - North Dining Hall C




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Funding and Financial Reporting - Dollars and Sense - Brewer
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Finance
Funding and Financial Reporting - Dollars and Sense - Brewer

Learn how to interpret the State Calculation for Funding Public Education Financial Report (ED279), gain insights into data impacting EPS, and learn how to use the information to better inform decisions in your SAU. This annual finance training and workshop includes AM training and a PM workshop. The AM training session provides attendees information on the data impacting the ED279 while the afternoon workshop session provides time, with support from Maine DOE finance and data staff, to review FY21 data.


Hosted by: Deb Lajoie
Special Presenter:

Cost: 30.00

Date(s): October 22, 2019 - October 22, 2019
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: Jeff's Catering - Brewer




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CACFP Annual Training
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Child Nutrition
CACFP Annual Training

Required annual training for all CACFP Sponsors. Please register only two people per institution.

Registration begins at 8:30


Hosted by: Child Nutrition-CACFP
Special Presenter:

Cost: 20.00

Date(s): October 23, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location: Fireside Inn & Suites 81 Riverside Street Portland




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Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building
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Early Learning
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building

Join other child care and preschool and prek professionals and learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences research, early brain development science and protective factors such as positive relationships. Strategies to promote resilience building in classrooms and support families and their children birth-5 will be offered.


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Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Emphasis on Maine Native Americans,
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Social Studies
Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Emphasis on Maine Native Americans,

This full day workshop will feature a variety of state leaders with expertise in teaching about Maine Native Americans as well as resources that support the implementation of the revised standards with a focus on Maine Native Americans. Joe Schmidt (DOE Social Studies Specialist) will discuss the revised standards and time will be provided for participants to work with presenters, explore resources, and plan for classroom and district implementation.


Hosted by: PREP
Special Presenter:

Cost: $30

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Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Overview,
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Social Studies
Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Overview,

This full day workshop will be led by Joe Schmidt (DOE Social Studies Specialist) who will provide an overview of the revision process for the Maine Learning Results for Social Studies as well as share resources that support their implementation. Focus topics will include: Changes to the overall framework for both elementary and secondary schools. The embedding of the skills and processes of social studies throughout the document. A greater emphasis on teaching about Maine Native Americans. A greater emphasis on teaching about personal finance. Districts are encouraged to send representative teams of social studies teachers as time will be provided for participants to explore the standards and resources in order to plan for classroom and district implementation.


Hosted by: PREP
Special Presenter:

Cost: $30

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Culinary Training-Farm to School Vegetable Prep,Culinary Training
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Child Nutrition
Culinary Training-Farm to School Vegetable Prep,Culinary Training

Learn best practices for processing vegetable from your local farms. Work on your knife skills while learning time saving tricks to help you program use more local, farm fresh ingredients.


Hosted by: Child Nutrition
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): October 25, 2019
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Child Nutrition Culinary Classroom 90 Blossom Lane 1st Floor Augusta




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Child Nutrition-Webinar-New Crediting Guidance,Webinar
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Child Nutrition
Child Nutrition-Webinar-New Crediting Guidance,Webinar

Webinar


Hosted by: Child Nutrition
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): October 28, 2019
1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Location: Online




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Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building
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Early Learning
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building

Join other child care and preschool/prek professionals and learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences research, early brain development science and protective factors such as positive relationships. Strategies to promote resilience building in classrooms and support families and their children birth-5 will be offered.


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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): October 30, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Gorham Municipal Center, Room 260 40 Ball Park Road Gorham, ME 04038




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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): October 31, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Apple Training Room at Pineland Farms 41 Campus Drive Suite 201 New Gloucester, ME 04260




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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 1, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Webinar




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Book Study: While We're on the Topic by Bill VanPatten
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World Languages
Book Study: While We're on the Topic by Bill VanPatten

Read a book in the comfort of your own home and then connect virtually with colleagues across the state to discuss the implications for our work. From November 2019 - December 2019 we will be reading "While We're on the Topic" by Bill VanPatten.


Hosted by: Lavinia Rogers
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 1, 2019 - January 17, 2020
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location: zoom links will be provided




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Book Study: While We're on the Topic by Bill VanPatten
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World Languages
Book Study: While We're on the Topic by Bill VanPatten

Read a book in the comfort of your own home and then connect virtually with colleagues across the state to discuss the implications for our work. From November 2019 - January 2020we will be reading "While We're on the Topic" by Bill VanPatten and selected articles.


Hosted by: Lavinia Rogers
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 1, 2019 - January 17, 2020
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location: zoom links will be provided




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Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities:The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building
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Early Learning
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities:The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building

Join other child care and preschool/prek professionals and learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences research, early brain development science and protective factors such as positive relationships. Strategies to promote resilience building in classrooms and support families and their children birth-5 will be offered.


Register Now
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building
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Early Learning
Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities: The Impact of ACEs and Resilience Building

Join other child care and preschool/prek professionals and learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences research, early brain development science and protective factors such as positive relationships. Strategies to promote resilience building in classrooms and support families and their children birth-5 will be offered.


Register Now
Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 5, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Hancock County Technical Center 112 Boggy Brook Road Ellsworth, ME 04605




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Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Portland
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Mathematics
Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Portland

A 3-part series for a K-8 team of 2 members (1 administrator and 1 math teacher) to strengthen your instructional leadership and supervision practices in mathematics. Come strengthen your pedagogical and content knowledge in mathematics to engage students in active learning. Begin to develop a shared school vision of rigorous, accessible, and equitable mathematics teaching and learning. Dates: 11-5-19, 01-07-20, 03-24-20.


Hosted by: Michele Mailhot
Special Presenter:

Cost: $180.00 per team, credit card required for registration fee

Date(s): November 5, 2019 - March 24, 2020
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Portland, Keeley's Banquet Center, 178 Warren Avenue




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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 6, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Presque Isle Regional Career & Technical Center, ATM Room 79 Blake Street Presque Isle, ME 04769




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Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Farmington
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Mathematics
Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Farmington

A 3-part series for a K-8 team of 2 members (1 administrator and 1 math teacher) to strengthen your instructional leadership and supervision practices in mathematics. Come strengthen your pedagogical and content knowledge in mathematics to engage students in active learning. Begin to develop a shared school vision of rigorous, accessible, and equitable mathematics teaching and learning. Dates: 11/6/19; 1/8/20; 3/25/20


Hosted by: Michele Mailhot
Special Presenter:

Cost: $180.00 per team, credit card required for registration fee

Date(s): November 6, 2019 - March 25, 2020
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Farmington, University of Maine, 224 Main Street, North Dining Hall




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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 7, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: South School Library 30 Broadway Rockland, ME 04841




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Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Overview
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Social Studies
Maine Learning Results for Social Studies - Overview

This full day workshop will be led by Joe Schmidt (DOE Social Studies Specialist) who will provide an overview of the revision process for the Maine Learning Results for Social Studies as well as share resources that support their implementation. Focus topics will include: Changes to the overall framework for both elementary and secondary schools. The embedding of the skills and processes of social studies throughout the document. A greater emphasis on teaching about Maine Native Americans. A greater emphasis on teaching about personal finance. Districts are encouraged to send representative teams of social studies teachers as time will be provided for participants to explore the standards and resources in order to plan for classroom and district implementation.


Hosted by: RSU #57 - Erica Mazzeo
Special Presenter:

Cost: $30

Date(s): November 7, 2019
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: RSU #57/Waterboro




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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing
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Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefing

The Apple and DOE MLTI project teams invite you to attend the Apple MLTI Fall 2019 Regional Tech Briefings. The focus this fall will be "Gaining Efficiencies" with an emphasis on strategies and procedures that will help streamline the jobs of the IT department. The content of these sessions is geared toward technical leads, but we encourage anyone who supports MLTI schools to attend. All meetings will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The agenda will include: iOS macOS Apple TV Apple School Manager Mac Provisioner Jamf Updates MLTI 2020 Touchbase DOE Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions following the meeting.

Note that lunch won't be provided.

Individuals should bring their MLTI Apple device and a power cable.


Hosted by:
Special Presenter: MLTI & Apple Team

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 8, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Webinar




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Culinary Training-Utilizing Vegetables,Culinary Training
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Child Nutrition
Culinary Training-Utilizing Vegetables,Culinary Training

Looking for new ideas on what to do with your leftover food? Chicken, beef, veggies and more! Learn how to use extra food in multiple different recipes.


Hosted by: Child Nutrition
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 8, 2019
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Child Nutrition Culinary Classroom 90 Blossom Lane 1st Floor Augusta




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Summer Partner Meeting
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Child Nutrition
Summer Partner Meeting

This meeting is an opportunity for Summer Food Service Program sponsors, partners and stakeholders to gather and share ideas. Lets get together to celebrate successes of 2019 and think ahead to summer 2020.


Hosted by: Child Nutrition
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 13, 2019
1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Location: Child Nutrition OfficeDeering BuildingRoom 10190 Blossom LaneAugusta




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Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Presque Isle
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Mathematics
Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Presque Isle

A 3-part series for a K-8 team of 2 members (1 administrator and 1 math teacher) to strengthen your instructional leadership and supervision practices in mathematics. Come strengthen your pedagogical and content knowledge in mathematics to engage students in active learning. Begin to develop a shared school vision of rigorous, accessible, and equitable mathematics teaching and learning. Dates: 11/19/19; 1/21/20; 3/17/20


Hosted by: Michele Mailhot
Special Presenter:

Cost: $180.00 per team, credit card required for registration fee

Date(s): November 19, 2019 - March 17, 2020
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Presque Isle, Northeastland Hotel, 436 Main Street




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Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Brewer
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Mathematics
Lenses on Learning: Leadership for Elementary Mathematics in Brewer

A 3-part series for a K-8 team of 2 members (1 administrator and 1 math teacher) to strengthen your instructional leadership and supervision practices in mathematics. Come strengthen your pedagogical and content knowledge in mathematics to engage students in active learning. Begin to develop a shared school vision of rigorous, accessible, and equitable mathematics teaching and learning. Dates: 11/20/19; 1/22/20; 3/18/20


Hosted by: Michele Mailhot
Special Presenter:

Cost: $180.00 per team, credit card required for registration fee

Date(s): November 20, 2019 - March 18, 2020
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Brewer, Jeff's Catering, 15 Littlefield Way




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Procurement Reviews,Webinar
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Child Nutrition
Procurement Reviews,Webinar

Webinar


Hosted by: Child Nutrition
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): November 25, 2019
1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Location: Online




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Social Studies Teacher Leader Cohort,
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Social Studies
Social Studies Teacher Leader Cohort,

As the 2019-2020 school year gets into full swing, I would like to extend an opportunity for teachers to learn more about best practices in social studies. I am forming a learning cohort of up to twenty social studies teachers to develop exemplar social studies lessons based on research based best practices.

The group will meet in person four times during the school year with the meetings spread around the state (two in Augusta, one in the Portland area, and one in the Bangor area). The first meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 3 in Augusta with follow-up meetings to take place through the rest of the school year. The December meeting will focus on extending your own learning around social studies at your grade level and beginning to think about developing a new lesson or unit for your classroom. The next two follow up meetings will consist of additional learning before the group undergoes a peer lesson plan development time and a review process with your lesson plan prior to you implementing the lesson with your students. The last spring meeting will be a time to share what worked and what did not work and look for ways to move the group forward as educational leaders in Maine,

If selected for the group, I am asking that you agree to: participate in all meetings this school year get a commitment of support from your district to provide you the time off and subs needed to participate Create an exemplar unit of study with supporting video documentation

Your district will also have to provide a $50 registration fee to cover all of the costs of meals and beverages that are not covered through the federal grant. In return, each teacher will get a minimum of $200 in materials to bring back to his/her district, a reimbursement of travel costs, a stipend to cover work outside of the meetings and your normal work day, and the opportunity to collaborate with peers from around the state and possibly the nation as part of your professional learning.

Please see the application as well as a FAQ to help with any questions you may have. The deadline for applying is October, 26 2019 with selected teachers being notified by October 30. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at joe.schmidt@maine.gov or (207) 624-6828.


Hosted by: Joe Schmidt
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): December 3, 2019 - December 3, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Cross Building - Augusta




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2019 MSAA / PAAP Administration Training
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Alternate Assessment
2019 MSAA / PAAP Administration Training

The MSAA and PAAP trainings will be held on December 5th at the Black Bear in in Orono and at the Abromson Center on the USM campus in Portland on December 6th. The training in Portland will be recorded.

Seating for 100 people will be available for MSAA. Seating for 60 people will be available for PAAP. Please note: teachers experienced with PAAP need not attend. Lunch will be provided for those that attend the PAAP training.

Registration will be open from October 11th - November 25th.

MSAA training registration

PAAP training registration


Hosted by: Department of Education
Special Presenter: DOE & Cognia

Cost: Free

No Registration Required
CACFP New Applicant Training,New Applicant Training
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Child Nutrition
CACFP New Applicant Training,New Applicant Training

CACFP New Applicant Training

School Districts that are currently participating in or wish to participate in the CACFP After School Program do not have to attend.

This training is mandatory prior to participation in the CACFP. We recommend that you plan to have both the person who will be responsible for administering the CACFP and the person who will be responsible for preparing meals and snacks attend the training. Please note- due to the complexity of CACFP rules and regulations, you will be required to attend this New Applicant Training again if you are unable to participate in the CACFP within 6 months of attending the training.

Please register each person from your institution who will be attending the training.

Topics include: Income Eligibility Forms Food Meal Components Food Buying Guide Portion Menu All Meal Patterns Milk Substitutes Dietary Restrictions CN Labels Record Keeping Point of Service Meal Counts Claims Reimbursement Rates New Meal Pattern Handouts


Hosted by: Child Nutrition-CACFP
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): December 17, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location: Deering Building1st Floor, Room 10190 Blossom LaneAugusta, ME




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Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS)
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Federal Programs
Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS)

Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS) is a comprehensive framework that blends academic and behavioral supports. This professional development will provide educators a common understanding of an integrated MTSS that blends Response to Intervention (RTI) and Positive Behavior Intervention Strategy (PBIS). This project builds on the success of several Maine schools and offers ongoing statewide technical assistance. Throughout the sessions, essential components of the MTSS framework will be explored. This knowledge gained, along with supporting tools, will aid teams in developing their own MTSS framework. This process will respond to the academic and behavioral needs of all students. We are asking each participating school to have teams of three or four, one of which MUST be a principal. The principal will be required to attend the FIRST session for two days and the LAST session of one day in May. Session 1 January 15 & 16, 2020 Jeff's Catering, Brewer

Session 2 2/6 Jeff's - Brewer 2/7 CMCC - Auburn 2/13 UM Machias

Session 3 3/5 Jeff's - Brewer 3/6 CMCC - Auburn 3/10 UM Machias

Session 4 4/7/20 Jeff's - Brewer 4/8/20 CMCC - Auburn 4/10/20 U Maine Machias

Session 5 5/15 Jeff's - Brewer


Hosted by: Teri Peaslee
Special Presenter: Amy Peterson-Roper, Marsha Cottrell, Shelly Simpson - School Leadership Coaches

Cost: $125 per person. Must have a credit card to register

Date(s): January 15, 2020 - May 8, 2020
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: The first two day session being held on January 15 & 16, 2020 is at Jeff's Catering, 15 Littlefield Way, Brewer. The 3 sessions following that will be regional and in Brewer, Auburn, and Machias. Details will be given at the first session or you can ref




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Visual & Performing Arts
Loremipsum


Hosted by: Someone Good
Special Presenter: Cup of Joe

Cost: Free

Date(s): August 27, 2020 - October 30, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: 111 Sewal St. Augusta, ME 04330




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