Beyond the Classroom

ONE gives early career educators and early career education support professionals an intentional space to engage in continual learning and share resources and best practices.

That’s why Ohio’s New Educators (ONE) is excited to offer the Beyond the Classroom Fall Series, a virtual learning series where you can connect with, learn from, and share ideas among fellow early-careers educators, ESPs, and education leaders across Ohio.

Fall Virtual Sessions

Monday, September 26, 2022
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Presenter Ellen Adornetto, Teacher, Education Policy Research and Member Advocacy, Ohio Education Association

Only Bad People Get in Trouble, Right? – Attendees will be presented with the specific expectations of the Licensure Code of Professional Conduct for Ohio Educators (certificate, license and permit), along with example scenarios. The discussion will also include Mandatory Reporting requirements, federal confidentiality law and the implications of Title IX. The session includes an overview of how ANY educational employee (teacher, paraprofessional, extracurricular coach) can be referred for investigation and the subsequent effects on current and long-term employment. Attend and protect your career!

Thursday, October 13, 2022
6:30- 8:00 PM
Host: Katie Fuller and Brittany Anders

This virtual session will be fun, informative, engaging, and above all, real! We will highlight specific strategies on how to promote a positive, cooperative, and safe school environment through an evidence-based tiered framework; Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS).  We will share examples, resources and best practices for academic success and social emotional competence. These techniques are not just for working with students in the classroom. However, they can be implemented in the cafeteria, on the bus and can be reinforced at home. When PBIS programs are done well, we create spaces with less discipline issues and a more welcoming climate and culture.  Thus, implementing PBIS in our schools can also help us improve our own educator health and well-being.

Tuesday, October 25th, 2022
6:30- 8:00 PM
Host: Calista Altenburger

Get ready to add more tools and strategies to your toolbox! Differentiation? UDL? What are those?! We will be providing the breakdown and basics of what differentiated vs. UDL instruction really is and the different pathways you can take to implement this in your classroom. We’ll feature educators who are putting this into everyday practice. They will be sharing “real-life” techniques of what it looks like both before, during, and after implementation. De-esca…. What?! We all know students at times just “can’t even”! We will highlight specific tips and tricks to help you de-escalate a student (and even a coworker) when the time arrives. Grab a notebook and your favorite snack as we dive into differentiation and de-escalation!

Register Today for the Fall 2022 Sessions!

*Registrations for September are open now! Registrations for October and November Sessions will be open by the 1st of each month (Dates/Session topics may change due to presenter availability). OEA Members will receive a certificate for contact hours for full registration and attendance.

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(Teacher, School Counselor, Intervention Specialist, Secretary, Bus Driver, etc.)
(Ft. Hayes Bus Compound, Jefferson Elementary, etc.)
(e.g., Claymont Education Association (NO ABBREVIATIONS)