Everyone needs a Para?
over 2 years ago, ESU Paras
Cartoon
This was shared with us at the Paraeducator Conference this week in Kearney.
over 2 years ago, ESU Paras
Paraeducators / Kent Gerlach
The Wallace Wildcats were at it again today with Teaching Studies! Cadre #2 started today. Mrs. Kemp did great! #learnfromothers #collaboration
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Wallace Teachers
Ten ESU 16 Districts are working on Targeted Improvement Plans (TIP) to improve services for Special Education students.
over 2 years ago, Denise Brauer
Tip work
tip work
ESU 16 schools are looking at data and updating their targeted improvement plans in Ogallala today.
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Teachers working.
Para conf
over 2 years ago, ESU Para's
Para conference fun!
Look who we were lucky to see
over 2 years ago, ESU Para's
Vertical alignment of priority standards takes collaboration, reflection, and teamwork. We're thankful for the brainpower that took place in Mullen this morning! It's not just finding what's needed in one room; it takes a village, so to speak. #WhatinspirESU #GoBroncos
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
align
23 district visits=just this week.@ESU_16 T&L team has been focusing on instructional shifts, high-quality materials implementation, coaching, curriculum development, BlendED, MTSS, leadership coaching @ESU_16 districts are choosing the right work. #WhatinspirESU #rightwork
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
T&L team
Our New Teacher Academy looked at Instructional Shifts, Nebraska State Standards, Instructional Frameworks, & Instructional Strategies. We had a great day! #WhatInspirESU #Teamwork
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Teacher building with spaghetti and marshmallows
Teacher building with spaghetti and marshmallows
Teacher building with spaghetti and marshmallows
Teachers using team work to flip cups
SAVE THE DATE!! Dec 4, 2019!! FREE event for all teachers, administrators and support staff!!
over 2 years ago, Sara Gentry
Mind Inside
ESU 16 School Psychologists serve on Threat Assessment Teams! Here is the updated schedule of the 2019-2020 Basic & Advanced Threat Assessment Trainings coming to our area! Reach out to your School Psychologists for more information!
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
1 out of 2
2 out of 2
Congratulations to our amazing Sped Director who is due to have her baby very soon:) ESU 16 Mental Health Team had a great meeting today!
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Mental Health Team
Information about what School Psychologists are trained to do:)
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Information about School Psychologists
Mental Health is an area that School Psychologists help with! Your ESU 16 School Psychologists recommend this upcoming training to anyone that works with Youth who have Mental Health Concerns. The training will be on April 24th at Mid-Plains Community College! Register today!
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Mental Health First Aid
This week is School Psychology Awareness Week! Carmen, Catherine, & Diane are ESU 16 School Psychologists and we love what we do! This week we will be providing information on what we do!
over 2 years ago, ESU 16
Catherine, Diane, Carmen
School Psychology Week
School Psychology Week
Are you an early childhood provider needing continuing education hours? This webinar might be for you!
almost 3 years ago, ESU 16
flyer
One of the most important developmental domains ESU 16 Early Intervention Team helps families with is fostering healthy social-emotional development. Building positive relationships and development provides rich learning environments.
almost 3 years ago, Denise Brauer
Social Emotional development
The parent is a child’s first and most important teacher. As the ESU 16 Early Intervention Team, our primary goal is to empower parents to support their child’s learning during naturally occurring daily routines and interactions. We do this through a coaching approach with families. A key concept of coaching with parent/caregivers is that the “coaching” happens during home visits and the learning for the child happens between home visits. Lets do the math: Most toddlers are awake 12 hours per day. 12 hours per day, times 7 days a week = 84 hours awake per week. If a member of our team (AKA the Primary Service Provider) provided one our of therapy one hour per week, it is easy to see that the Primary Service Provider cannot be the primary service of change. We get to see that the child is doing while we are there in the home, but not the other 83 hours the child is awake. Using M&Ms is powerful and visual way to explain the role of parents in early childhood learning and development with the support of the ESU 16 Early Intervention Team.
almost 3 years ago, ESU 16
M & M
Over 70 students from area schools attended the ESU 16 Job Olympics today and practiced skills that will carry over into the real world of employment. Activities included completing job applications, interviews, car detailing, maintenance, food services, money handling and more.
almost 3 years ago, ESU 16
Interviews
Car detailing/maintenance
Stocking
Online job application practice