Information and Registration for 2014 Summer KCIE Events

ALL KCIE events charge a registration fee which must be received ONE WEEK PRIOR to the event date. Unless otherwise specified, the registration fee includes lunch, materials, and book costs, if applicable. Workshops can be taken for one graduate credit or for 8 hours of professional development. FHSU Graduate School fees apply for credit offerings at the Graduate level. Undergraduate fees apply for credit at the Undergraduate level.

KCIE Event Registration

STEP ONE: Every participant must register for an event regardless of whether or not you pay for college credits.
If you are registering only and do not want to take the workshop for college credit, click on the Register for a KCIE Event below.
If you choose to enroll for Graduate credit, follow STEP TWO below.
If you choose to enroll for Undergraduate credit, follow STEP THREE below.
Register for a KCIE Event
and 

STEP TWO: Enroll in event for Graduate Credit
Follow these steps to enroll for Graduate Credit (PDF)
Current Graduate Tuition Rate - $246.90/credit
or
STEP THREE: Enroll in event for Undergraduate Credit
Follow these steps to enroll for Undergraduate Credit (PDF)
Current Undergraduate Tuition Rate - $182.00/credit

Overview of Events

SUMMER 2014

Title:  Strategies and Techniques for English Language Arts Classrooms
Presenters: Dr. Lorie Cook-Benjamin with Ms. Andrea Schuette
Location: Rarick Hall 201
Course #: TEEL 670 VA/AEP 870 VA
Date: 6/11/14
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
End Reg. Date: 6/04/14
Course Descr.: This workshop will present strategies and techniques used in middle and high school ELA classrooms to help reach the high standards set by the KCCRS/CCSS
Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable
Credit: 1

Title: Approaches to Classroom Management: Find What Works for You
Presenters: Dr. Lorie Cook-Benjamin with Ms. Casey Piene
Location: Rarick Hall 201
Course #: TEEL 670 VB/AEP 870 VB
Date: 6/23/14
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
End Reg. Date: 6/16/14
Course Descr.: This workshop will share a variety of classroom management approaches from which participants may choose to utilize in their classrooms. Fred Jones, Kagan, and Wong are examples of the approaches that will be shared.
Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable
Credit: 1

 

Title: Problem-Based Learning and Technology: Connecting CCRS
Presenters: Dr. Kathy Dale with Maret and Clayton Schrader
Location: Rarick Hall 201
Course #: TEEL 670 VC/AEP 870 VC
Date: 6/27/14
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
End Reg. Date: 6/20/14
Course Descr.: The sky is the limit. Nothing connects College and Career Readiness Standards quite like using problem-based learning and technology to enhance learning in the classroom. The use of PBL and technology allows learners to go beyond surface level learning into higher order taxonomies. In this participant-driven workshop, we will look at the educational benefits of many technology platforms including software such as iMovie, Garage Band, Audacity, iPad apps such as Notability, Haiku Deck, Voicethread, learning, management systems such as Moodle and Schoology, and web-based tools such as Google drive, Prezi, and social media platforms. With our powers combined, we have tips and tricks to share about structures and activities including back channeling, media creation, and more that work at a variety of levels and subject areas. Bring your own device.
Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable
Credit: 1

Title: Google Drive in the Classroom
Presenters: Dr. Robert Moody
Location: Rarick Hall 201
Course #: TEEL 670 VD/AEP 870 VD
Date: 7/07/14
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
End Reg. Date: 6/30/14
Course Descr.: Google Drive allows for collaboration and provides “real time” interaction among participants. It can be shared with multiple individuals for anytime learning. Drive is a file storage and synchronization service provided by Google, which enables user cloud storage instead of requiring server space on a local computer. Drive provides an office suite of productivity applications (similar to MS Office), that offers collaborative “realtime” editing on documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and more. Explanation and demonstration of the many uses for Google Drive will be shown during this workshop. Participants will have many opportunities for “hands on” learning with the Drive tool.
Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable
Credit: 1

Title: Google Chrome Apps: Benefits for Schools
Presenters: Dr. Robert Moody
Location: Rarick Hall 208W
Course #: TEEL 670 VE/AEP 870 VE
Date: 7/21/14
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
End Reg. Date: 7/14/14
Course Descr.: Chrome Apps deliver an experience as capable as a native app (much like Apple’s apps for iPads and iPhones), but as safe as a web page. While Chrome Apps look and behave like native apps, they are, in fact, much more powerful. In addition to being available online, these apps can be accessed offline as well as on mobile devices. Several of the apps work well with Common Core standards and specific content areas such as math, reading, science, and social studies. Various free instructional apps will be introduced and demonstrated. Participants will have opportunities to ask or share how specific apps can meet their students’ needs. A Google+ community will be set up to provide on-going support well after the workshop has concluded.
Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable
Credit: 1

Title:The "What" and How" of ELL Strategies
Presenters: Ms. Sherri Brantley
Location: Rarick Hall 208W
Course #: TEEL 670 VF/AEP 870 VF
Date: 7/25/14
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
End Reg. Date: 7/18/14
Course Descr.: When an English language learner (ELL) enters the classroom, participants in the "What" and "How" of ELL Strategies will be equipped to address their language needs. Strategies for "How" to distinguish between second language acquisition levels will be presented along with "What" instructional strategies are appropriate for each language level.
Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable
Credit: 1

Title: The Mystery of Risk: Drugs, Alcohol, Pregnancy and the Vulnerable Child - A Region 8 Workshop
Presenters: Ira J. Chasnoff, M.D.
Location:  Beach Schmidt
Course #: TEEL 670 VH Workshop in Education II
Date: 08/05/14
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Course Descr.: Partnering with KCIE, the Region 8 Special Education Group presents "The Mystery of Risk: Drugs, Alcohol, Pregnancy and the Vulnerable Child". Speaker - Ira J. Chasnoff, MD, winning author and researcher. August 5, 2014 from 9 AM to 4 PM. This is a FREE event for Region 8 member district's special and general education staff and FHSU Teacher Education students. The non-member charge is $97.00 payable online by major credit card or cash at time of check-in. Register online at www.Region8KS.eventbrite.com to receive an event ticket presented at time of check-in. There is also an option to earn one credit hour through FHSU's Teacher Education Department.
Credit: 1