Calendar of Events

COVID-19 & Inclement Weather Policies Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most State Support Team 1 professional learning opportunities are offered online. When in-person training is necessary, proper sanitation, social distancing, and face covering protocols are utilized. We are carefully monitoring State Support Team health and will notify registrants of any event cancellations or location changes.   When we return to in-person training opportunities, please be mindful of weather conditions. If  hazardous driving conditions exist, call 800-346-8495 after 6:30 a.m. to learn if your workshop is delayed or cancelled. Should you feel conditions are too unsafe to travel, please leave a message to let us know you won’t be attending.
Sep
29
Tue
2020
CTE Connect and Communicate – Day 1 of 4 @ On-Line/Virtual
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Career Technical Education (CTE) Connect and Communication Network is a year-long professional learning activity for CTE administrator and educator teams to collaborate with teams from other career tech centers, experience coaching designed to support increased partnerships among districts, and provide opportunities to update or create required documents such as policies and procedures manuals and student success plans.

Session 1: September 29, 2020
Virtual Zoom Session – Zoom log-in information will be sent out to registered participants prior to the date of the event.
Special Education – Participants will explore the history of IDEA and learn about how educator mindset impacts student performance.

Session 2: November 17, 2020
Virtual Zoom Session – Zoom log-in information will be sent out to registered participants prior to the date of the event.
Teams will explore how academic, CTE and Special Education can partner and support each other in increasing student achievement.  Participants will practice examining barriers to student learning and brainstorming ways to remove those barriers.

Session 3: January 26, 2021
Participants will learn about Graduation Plans and why Career Tech Education should be part of the discussion as students first create their plan in 9th grade.  Team members will brainstorm how to be included in graduation planning and how to include parents in that planning.

Session 4: March 2, 2021
This session will be celebration day, a time for you to showcase a positive outcome connected to your 8-step action plan, special populations, partnerships, or student achievement.  It will also be a time to learn from other about their successes and lessons learned through their action research.

The 2020-2021 series will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on September 29, November 17, January 26, and March 2. The first two sessions will be held virtually.  The last two sessions are scheduled to be held at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West in Toledo.  Lunch is not provided. Contact hours [20] are available to participants for complete series attendance.

Team Composition

All teams should include at least one administrator (e.g., CTE superintendent, director, special education leader) and CTE teachers, VOSE or special education intervention specialists, academic teachers, guidance counselors, curriculum specialists, admissions office supervisors, and 504 coordinators.  Teams are encouraged to attend all four sessions of this series.

Registration

To register your team for this series, contact State Support Team Region 1 via email Jill Barnhisel or call 800-346-8495 or 419-720-8999, extension 152.

Questions

Questions regarding this series should be emailed to Lisa Hite.

Nov
8
Sun
2020
National Apprenticeship Week
Nov 8 – Nov 14 all-day

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is a National Celebration that offers leaders in business, labor, education, and other critical partners a chance to express their support for Apprenticeship.

NAW also gives apprenticeship sponsors the opportunity to showcase their programs, facilities and apprentices in their community. The weekly events highlight the benefits of Apprenticeship in preparing a highly-skilled workforce to meet the talent needs of employers across diverse industries.

Learn more:

U.S. Department of Labor to Mark Sixth Annual Apprenticeship Week

Ohio Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship.gov

Nov
17
Tue
2020
CTE Connect and Communicate – Day 2 of 4 @ On-Line/Virtual
Nov 17 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Career Technical Education (CTE) Connect and Communication Network is a year-long professional learning activity for CTE administrator and educator teams to collaborate with teams from other career tech centers, experience coaching designed to support increased partnerships among districts, and provide opportunities to update or create required documents such as policies and procedures manuals and student success plans.

Session 1: September 29, 2020
Virtual Zoom Session – Zoom log-in information will be sent out to registered participants prior to the date of the event.
Special Education – Participants will explore the history of IDEA and learn about how educator mindset impacts student performance.

Session 2: November 17, 2020
Virtual Zoom Session – Zoom log-in information will be sent out to registered participants prior to the date of the event.
Teams will explore how academic, CTE and Special Education can partner and support each other in increasing student achievement.  Participants will practice examining barriers to student learning and brainstorming ways to remove those barriers.

Session 3: January 26, 2021
Participants will learn about Graduation Plans and why Career Tech Education should be part of the discussion as students first create their plan in 9th grade.  Team members will brainstorm how to be included in graduation planning and how to include parents in that planning.

Session 4: March 2, 2021
This session will be celebration day, a time for you to showcase a positive outcome connected to your 8-step action plan, special populations, partnerships, or student achievement.  It will also be a time to learn from other about their successes and lessons learned through their action research.

The 2020-2021 series will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on September 29, November 17, January 26, and March 2. The first two sessions will be held virtually.  The last two sessions are scheduled to be held at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West in Toledo.  Lunch is not provided. Contact hours [20] are available to participants for complete series attendance.

Team Composition

All teams should include at least one administrator (e.g., CTE superintendent, director, special education leader) and CTE teachers, VOSE or special education intervention specialists, academic teachers, guidance counselors, curriculum specialists, admissions office supervisors, and 504 coordinators.  Teams are encouraged to attend all four sessions of this series.

Registration

To register your team for this series, contact State Support Team Region 1 via email Jill Barnhisel or call 800-346-8495 or 419-720-8999, extension 152.

Questions

Questions regarding this series should be emailed to Lisa Hite.

Dec
8
Tue
2020
Inclusive Practices that Support Learners with Significant Cognitive Difficulties @ Virtual GoToWebinar
Dec 8 @ 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Hosted by: OCALI in partnership with State Support Team Region 16

Presenters: Lisa Arthur – State Support Team Region 16 & Ron Rogers – OCALI

This webinar will address specific strategies for supporting students with significant cognitive disabilities within inclusive educational settings.


 

Registration

Click here to be directed to the registration link on GoToWebinar.

Jan
19
Tue
2021
CTE Coffee Hour @ Virtual
Jan 19 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Join us for this month’s conversation about topics relevant to Career Technical Education.

This month, we will provide a quick review of the Career Advising Policy and a deeper look at Ohio Means Jobs Resources that your staff can use yet this year, either in person or virtually.

Bring your ideas and questions to share. Time will be available to network and brainstorm.

Registration

This event date has passed.

Jan
26
Tue
2021
CTE Connect and Communicate – Day 3 of 4 @ Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West
Jan 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Career Technical Education (CTE) Connect and Communication Network is a year-long professional learning activity for CTE administrator and educator teams to collaborate with teams from other career tech centers, experience coaching designed to support increased partnerships among districts, and provide opportunities to update or create required documents such as policies and procedures manuals and student success plans.

The 2020-2021 series will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on September 29, November 17, January 26, and March 2. The first two sessions will be held virtual.  The last two sessions are scheduled to be held at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West in Toledo.  Lunch is not provided. Contact hours [20] are available to participants for complete series attendance.

 

Session Details:

Session 1: Special Education

September 29, 2020 – Participants will explore the history of IDEA and learn about how educator mindset impacts student performance.

Zoom log-in information will be sent out to registered participants prior to the date of the event

Session 2: Partnerships with Academic, CTE, and Special Education

November 17, 2020 – Teams will explore how academic, CT and Special Education can partner and support each other in increasing student achievement.  Participants will practice looking at barriers to students learning and brainstorming ways to remove those barriers.

Zoom log-in information will be sent out to registered participants prior to the date of the event.

Session 3:  Graduation Plans

January 26, 2021 – Participants will learn about Graduation Plans and why Career Tech Education should be part of the discussion as students create their initial plan in 9th grade.  Team members will brainstorm how to be included in graduation planning and how to include parents in that planning.

Session 4:  Celebration Day!

March 2, 2021 – This session will be celebration day, a time for you to showcase a positive outcome connected to your 8-step action plan, special populations, partnerships, or student achievement.  It will also be a time to learn from other about their successes and lessons learned through their action research.

 

Team Composition

All teams should include at least one administrator (e.g., CTE superintendent, director, special education leader) and CTE teachers, VOSE or special education intervention specialists, academic teachers, guidance counselors, curriculum specialists, admissions office supervisors, and 504 coordinators.  Teams are encouraged to attend all four sessions of this series.

Registration

This series has ended.

Questions

Questions regarding this series should be emailed to Lisa Hite.

Jan
28
Thu
2021
Findings in Special Education Profile: Disproportionality @ Virtual
Jan 28 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

If your district received a finding on your Special Education Profile or Rating, State Support Team 1 will provide training and support. This session is for those who received findings in Disproportionality (Identification, Placement or Discipline).

Additional information will be sent to your districts regarding registration for this professional learning opportunity.

Feb
2
Tue
2021
Findings in Special Education Rating: Needs Intervention or Needs Assistance @ Virtual
Feb 2 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

If your district received a finding on your Special Education Rating, State Support Team 1 will provide training and support. This session is for those who received a Special Education Rating of Needs Intervention or Needs Assistance (years 1-4).

Additional information will be sent to your districts regarding registration for this professional learning opportunity.

Feb
3
Wed
2021
The Administrator’s Crucial Role in UDL Implementation @ Virtual GoToWebinar
Feb 3 @ 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Hosted by: OCALI in Partnership with State Support Team Region 10

Presenters: Sue Seelig – State Support Team Region 10 & Ron Rogers – OCALI

Administrators at the district and building level can help build and a school community where teachers and students feel safe to take risks with their teaching and learning. This webinar will explore the following ways administrators can support UDL implementation:

  • Create a safe and supportive environment for their educators to take risks and extend their teaching practice
  • Encourage and facilitate team collaboration
  • Share information about UDL with all stakeholders
  • Support the purchase of flexible instructional materials
  • Work with district support staff to ensure all teachers and students receive the services needed in the classroom.

 

Registration link

Click here to be directed to the registration link on GoToWebinar.

Feb
4
Thu
2021
Cohort 1: One Plan Training @ Virtual
Feb 4 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

The Office of Federal Programs is hosting trainings to prepare education organizations to use the updated CCIP One Plan tool.

Registration is available in STARS V2.0 through your OH|ID Account >>

  • Log in
  • Click on Training and Registration (STARS)
  • Search Event Name: One Plan Training, Keywords Federal Programs or One Plan