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A reminder to complete the ESSA June Institute EVALUATION for both Day 1 and Day 2!

Welcome to the first annual June Institute for Schools at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines Iowa!  

We hope you find what you need across this 3-day event focused on supports in the areas of literacy, mathematics, social-emotional-behavioral well-being and mental health, subgroups, and culture/climate! This site is for all attendees to have access to presenters and session materials.  This is not where you register.    

Please note that registration must be completed within the AEA Registration System, and that special sessions are pre-registration only. Registration links for the Conference and Special Sessions are located HERE.

*General Sessions, as well as session descriptions may change; additional general sessions may be added.  Session materials will be posted prior to the conference.  

Pre-Conference PDF Agenda
General Conference PDF Agenda
Thursday, June 13 • 1:00pm - 4:15pm
Conditions for Learning: Emotional Safety, PART 1 and PART 2

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School teams will be supported to review and use the results of their Conditions for Learning survey results in the area of Emotional Safety.  Data toolkits will be provided to all participants; expert facilitators will use the toolkits with participants to determine areas of need and focus for work at the school or district level within culture/climate that would directly impact the area of SEBMH. There will be support to identify evidence-based practices and interventions schools may use to address the area of Emotional Safety.  Participants will need to have access to the Iowa School Performance Profile report results from 2018, EdInsight for more detailed reports, and will need to attend Part 1 and Part 2 sessions (back-to-back sessions) on either day one or day two of the conference.  

Please note that this session is a PILOT, and participants will be expected to provide feedback on the process and outcomes of the data toolkit.

*This session (Part 1 and 2) is repeated on June 14

Speakers
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Cyndy Erickson, M.P.A.

Independent Consultant, CE Consulting
Cyndy Erickson is currently an Independent Consultant, working across projects focused on culture/climate issues across educational environments. Cyndy Erickson joined the Department of Education in 2007 as the Consultant for Learning Supports.  and Safe and Drug Free Schools from... Read More →
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Robin Galloway, Ph.D.

Robin Galloway, Ph.D., has worked for 35 years as a K-12 teacher, counselor,  AEA School Improvement Consultant and has served as an external evaluator.  She is also an independent contractor who supports multiple organizations in  identifying needs, developing project outcomes... Read More →
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Margaret Jensen Connet

Consultant, Connet Consulting
Margaret Jensen Connet has worked in the human service field for over 44 years and her work in the nonprofit and public sectors includes substance abuse and violence prevention, teen pregnancy prevention/services to teen parents, services to homeless youth, organizational development... Read More →
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Anne Morgan

RPP 15 and 16 Coordinator
Anne Morgan has worked in the education field in several capacities.   She taught middle school students keyboarding and computers, served as principal and curriculum director at Davis County Community Schools in Bloomfield, Iowa, and ‘retired’ as superintendent at Davis County... Read More →



Thursday June 13, 2019 1:00pm - 4:15pm
304-305
  • Conference Type Special Session
  • Session Type Professional Learning

Attendees (28)