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Public resources from the 2017 CASE Convention are available here.

As resources are provided by speakers, or new resources are available, updates will be made to this page. We recommend bookmarking it for quick reference.

**We are working on updating our resources from this event, so please check back soon. If you or someone you know presented at the 2017 CASE Convention, please consider sharing any resources (slides, handouts, videos, etc.) with us for continuing our professional learning throughout the year. Email resources to case@co-case.org** 

 

000 - 2017 CAES PRE-CONVENTION WORKSHOP

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Pre-Convention Workshop: Focusing on What Works: Change, Innovation, and Implementation.
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CFSOCQ, Standard.pdf PDF (25.02 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
2017_CAES_PRECON_FLYER.pdf PDF (5.2 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
2017 CAES FINAL Agenda.pdf PDF (407.74 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
SoC Intro Workshop Handouts.pdf PDF (1.18 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
LoU Introduction Handouts.pdf PDF (247.9 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
IC Mapping Introduction Handouts.pdf PDF (623.77 KB) Administration 8/1/2017

000 - 2017 CAESP/CASSP PRE-CONVENTION WORKSHOP

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Pre-Convention Workshop: Growth Mindset: Making it More than a Buzzword.
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2017 Agenda_CAESP_CASSP.pdf PDF (190.9 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
PRINCIPALS_SUMMER_2017_FLYER.pdf PDF (4.4 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

000 - 2017 New Superintendent Orientation

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Pre-Convention Workshop: New Superintendent Orientation.
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FInal Agenda_Participants.pdf PDF (358.69 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
2017_New_Supt_Flyer.pdf PDF (4.34 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

000 - 2017 RURAL EDUCATION SUMMIT PRE-CONVENTION

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Pre-Convention Workshop: Rural Education Summit.
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Rural_Education_Summit_2017.pdf PDF (5.67 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
Rural Summit 2017 Agenda_FINAL.pdf PDF (497.71 KB) Administration 8/1/2017

005 - 2017CON - Breakout 05 - Beyond the Newsle...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 05: Beyond the Newsletter, which took place Wednesday, July 26 from 10:30am - 11:45am in BR Peak 11.

Communication is the backbone of a community’s relationship with its schools and the district. But this seemingly simple concept has far-reaching impacts that can make or break your district or school initiatives. Come learn how to think strategically and gain tips on how to effectively communicate with staff, parents, and the community at large. Hear from three veteran school communications experts about how to shift your thinking from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Collaborate with peers on present-day issues and learn how to communicate with purpose.
Contact Presenters: Devra Ashby Colorado Springs School District 11, Christy McGee Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8, Danielle Clark Poudre School District
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CoSPRA at CASE 2017 Strategic Communications.pdf PDF (986.3 KB) Administration 8/8/2017
School pay fee waivers comm plan.pdf PDF (214.91 KB) Administration 8/8/2017
Concurrent Enrollment Awareness Campaign Comm .pdf PDF (208.68 KB) Administration 8/8/2017
Communications Spring 2017 Project List and ti.pdf PDF (268.67 KB) Administration 8/8/2017

022 - 2017CON - BREAKOUT 22 - LEADERSHIP LESSONS..

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 22: Leadership Lessons: Effective Systems for Students with Autism, which took place Wednesday, July 26 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in BR Peaks 12.

Session Description: The number of students with autism and the dispute process related to students with autism continues to increase each year. As a result, every school administrator and director must have a basic toolkit for proactively partnering, planning and supporting this unique population. Join us for this interactive presentation where participants learn how to create effective systems for students with autism in an inclusive setting. Presenters will share real world experiences and stories to shape practical lessons for administrators. Each participant will leave with a toolkit of resources that they can adapt for their own use.

Contact Presenter: Michelle Brenner, Director of Special Education for Instructional Development, Boulder Valley School District
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Supporting Documents- Leadership Lessons Effe.pptx PPTX (13.68 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

027 - 2017Con - Breakout 27 - Impacting Educator..

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 27: Impacting Educator Effectiveness by Building Professional Capital, which took place Wednesday, July 26 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in BR Coppertop III.

Session Description: Attendees of this session will learn how to plan for positive transformation within a system by facilitating focused learning conversations that inspire individual aspirations toward signature performance. Explore collaboration models that have amplified and accelerated educators’ professional growth resulting in student success. Learn how developing social capital within a system increases professional capital and expands sustainable leadership. Participants will create a collaborative framework that will increase their own capacity to impact professional effectiveness.

Contact Presenter: Roberta Reed, District Instructional Coach, Cherry Creek School District
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Supporting Documents Session 27.pdf PDF (4.76 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

028 - 2017Con - Breakout 28 - Aligning PL ...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 28: Aligning Professional Learning with the Teacher Evaluation Rubric, which took place Wednesday, July 26, 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in BR Base 9 Lounge.

Session Description: In this session, Northwest BOCES will share how they have created meaningful learning experiences for educators using the Colorado Teacher Evaluation Rubric as a guide. Through data analysis, unpacking of teacher quality standards, and an understanding of best practices in professional learning, the SEED (System for Educator Effectiveness Development) team at Northwest BOCES has developed several powerful and replicable practices for designing high-quality professional learning. Participants will use the SEED methods and learn from the experiences of the SEED team to create an actionable plan for their own district or school.

Contact Presenter: Julie Dalke, Professional Development Coordinator, Northwest BOCES
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Supporting Documents Session 28.pdf PDF (187.42 KB) Administration 8/1/2017

029 - 2017CON - Breakout 29 - Crisis Communicat...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 29: Crisis Communications: Practical Tools for Dealing with Any Situation which took place Wednesday, July 26 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm at the Double Tree in Mt Elbert A.

Wildfires and floods. Staff misconduct. Student mental health. All of these issues have the capacity to turn your school or district upside down. Learn how to manage communications during a crisis dealing with the 24-hour news cycle, social media, data privacy, and concerned parents. A panel of school communications experts will share insights from different crises, giving tips for how to handle similar incidents and minimize media disruptions while maximizing community trust. Walk away with tips for how to effectively communicate during your next crisis.
Contact Presenters: Devra Ashby, Christy McGee, Danielle Clark, Allison Cortez, Catherine Foster
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CRISIS COMMUNICATION.pdf PDF (287.71 KB) Administration 8/8/2017
CoSPRA at CASE 2017 Crisis Communications.pdf PDF (284.32 KB) Administration 8/8/2017

030 - 2017CON - Breakout 30 -Tips for Highly E...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 30: Tips for Highly Effective Interdependent Teams which took place Wednesday, July 26 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in DT Mt. Elbert B.

District leaders benefit from characteristics of productive teams. Participants will share what works in their organizational teamwork, as well as discuss the challenges. This session aims to address the question, “How do you break down the silos between departments?” Together, presenters and attendees will generate solutions while also accessing great resources from Len Wilson, storyteller and strategist, as well as from the Kellogg School of Management for highly effective teams.
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#30: Tips for Highly Effective Interdependent Team PDF (2.6 MB) Administration 8/21/2017

045 - 2017Con - Breakout 45 - CO's Standards...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 45: Colorado's Standards Review and Revision Update, which took place Thursday, July 27 from 10:30 am - 11:45 am in BR Peaks 9 & 10.

Session Description: In 2008, the Colorado legislature passed Senate Bill 08-212, Colorado’s Achievement Plan for Kids (CAP4K), which initiated the creation of the Colorado Academic Standards. In this session, participants will learn about the process Colorado has begun, including committee membership, overview of resources being used to inform the process, recent updates from committees, timelines, and key deliverables for the following school year. Representatives from CDE’s Standards and Instructional Support Team and Committee Chair teams will present and participate with attendees.

Contact Presenter: Karol Gates, Director, Standards and Instructional Support, CDE
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CAS Review and Revision Presentation CASE 7.2.pptx PPTX (692.48 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
Essential Skills Resource 6.6.2017.pdf PDF (375.91 KB) Administration 8/1/2017

054 - 2017Con - Breakout 54 - Ending Bullying ...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 54: Ending Bullying Through Collective Impact, which took place Thursday, July 27 from 10:30 am - 11:45 am in DT Mt. Elbert B.

Session Description: Each year, approximately 30 percent of students nationwide are the target of bullyingand Colorado is no exception. Lives are lost or forever changed. In this workshop, participants will learn how Pueblo City Schools attracted partners, funders, and the community to tackle one of the biggest epidemics faced by schools. Through best practices and sharing of lessons learned, attendees will leave with four tools for preventing and interrupting bullying in K-12 schools, as well as atemplate for collective impact and systems change.

Contact Presenter: Kathy DeNiro, Educational Coach, No Bully
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CASE Mind Map with Second Step enlarged.pdf PDF (1.25 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
K-3_Policymakers_Guide_to_Action.pdf PDF (4.38 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
Supporting Documents End Bullying Through Coll.pdf PDF (2.45 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
No Bully® Brochure 2017 copy.pdf PDF (1.84 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

065 - 2017Con - Breakout 65 - K-3: Making the ...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 65: K-3: Making the Early Elementary Years Count, which took place Thursday, July 27 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in BR Imperial Ballroom.

Session Description: Provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act include: the use of Title I funds to support the early grades, greater alignment of and smoother student transitions between Pre-K and kindergarten, increasing the knowledge base of teachers and leaders on instruction in the early grades, coordination with local Head Starts and other incentives for improving student success. Education leaders and state policymakers have begun to recognize the immense impact a high quality early learning experience (P-3) has on a student’s success, college, and career trajectory.

Contact Presenter: Bruce Atchison, Director, Early Learning Institute, Education Commission of the States
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K-3_Policymakers_Guide_to_Action.pdf PDF (4.38 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

071 - 2017Con - Breakout 71 - Hitting the Base...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 71: Colorado School Finance: Hitting the Base, which took place Thursday, July 27 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in DT Mt. Elbert A.

Session Description:In this session, Glenn Gustafson, Colorado Springs School District 11 CFO, will demonstrate what happens to K-12 funding as the State of Colorado budget continues to “crowd out” K-12 funding, and the State has to start reducing funding for each school district until the district hits base funding levels. This unique model also shows the year by year impact for individual districts.

Contact Presenter: Glenn Gustafson, Depty Superintendent and CFO, Colorado Springs School District 11
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Hitting the Base v3.2 - 2017.pptx PPTX (1.82 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
Hitting the Base Presentation v3.2 - 2017.xlsx XLSX (863.5 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
CO_Budget_Summary___Final.pdf PDF (4.31 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

073 - 2017Con - Breakout 73 - How to Support...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 73: How to Support Beginning Teachers, which took place Thursday, July 27 from 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm in DT Lupine.

Session Description:Learn how to give new teachers the time and professional guidance they need to become expert teachers. Investigate key research and examine the four types of support—physical, emotional, instructional, and institutional—that are crucial during a teacher’s first years in the classroom. Discover essential strategies for K–12 mentors, coaches, and school leaders to develop an effective mentoring program school or district-wide.

Contact Presenter: Tina Boogren, Author and Educational Consultant, Marzano Research/Solution Tree
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CASE Session 73 HO, T. Boogren.pdf PDF (1.29 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

0DS2 - Distinguished Speaker Session - Patty Alper

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Distinguihsed Speaker Session 2: Project Based Mentoring - A Story, a Method, a Takeaway, which took place Wednesday, July 26 from 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm in BR Peak 17. This session was hosted by Patty Alper.

Session Description: In her work, she poses the question "How can educators incorporate adjunct professionals to help teach 21st Century skills?" Her solution is a formula that combines a business mentor, a defined role, with project based learning assignments. Learn how assimilating two different generations and culturally diverse people around something to “do,” will ultimately bring together a mentor and a mentee. Patty will explore how these two constituents work toward a mutual goal, develop a project plan, adhere to a timeline (4-8 months) and prepare for a graded oral defense. Join this session and begin to understand how this experience can develop student skills that are imminently applicable to the workplace.
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Project Based Mentoring Power Point.ppt PPT (4.14 MB) Administration 8/1/2017
Project Based Mentoring Power Point.pdf PDF (1 MB) Administration 8/1/2017

102 - 2017Con - Breakout 102 - 2017 CASE Leg...

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Resources are available from the 2017 CASE Convention Breakout Session 102: 2017 CASE Legislative Review, which took place Friday, July 28, 2017 from 8:30 am - 9:30 am in BR Coppertop III.

Session Description: The 2017 legislative session was particularly fast-paced and intense, and CASE lobbied and worked on over 90 pieces of legislation. The issues were wide-ranging, and included school funding, mandated revenue sharing with charters, PERA, assessments, and more. Join CASE Lobbyist Elisabeth Rosen and CASE Legislative Committee co-chairs Bret Miles and Karen Brofft for an in-depth discussion about the impact of 2017 legislation on public education, and insights about how those bills stand to affect your work. We’ll shed some light on the political dynamics currently influencing Colorado education policy, and provide a glimpse of what to expect in the months ahead and in the 2018 legislative session.
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2017 Leg & Policy _Sobanet.pdf PDF (910.06 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
2017 Leg & Policy _Rosen.pdf PDF (127.69 KB) Administration 8/1/2017
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