The Texas Council of Elementary Science will hold its 16th Annual TCES Science Leadership Symposium, featuring guest speaker Dr. Jo Anne Vasquez, a full day marine science excursion including a collecting expedition on the Laguna Madre with a visit to Sea Turtle Inc. and a dissection, a 2 hour make–and–take session, and STEM workshop sessions on Sunday. Presenters include popular science vendors and organizations, and science specialists. Take advantage of early-bird registration & register today!
Drs. Robert Marzano and Tim Westerberg are back to share information about a new framework for teacher evaluations. Register Today!
This research-based institute incorporates the work and research of Richard Dufour, Timothy D. Kanold, Robert J. Marzano, Timothy Waters, John F. and Sheila Eller, and others, by investigating the significance of professional learning communities in the context of today’s educational environment. Register today, first session is scheduled on January 22-23, 2014.
The Region One ESC ILP3 Program--Integrated Leadership Principal Preparation Program offers aspiring school administrators the opportunity to earn advanced certifications ! You can earn a Principal's Certificate and a Master's Degree! Find out more!
Region One ESC will host a video conferenced informational meeting related to the TWU Distance Learning SLP Graduate Program for Cycle 8. This meeting is for individuals wishing to pursue their graduate degree in Communication Disorders. Prospective students must attend one of the four informational meetings to apply for the program. READ MORE!
This comprehensive content review session teaches you the most important information you need to know to get your best score possible. Learn the best test-taking strategies and receive recommendations for additional home-study support. FIND OUT MORE!
Substitute teachers want skills to help them successfully manage classroom/behavior situations and school districts want substitute teachers to provide continued quality instruction during the absence of the classroom teacher.
Each Texas regional education service center is required to develop a plan for assisting districts with improving student performance, operating effectively and efficiently, and implementing state initiatives. The plan, developed by ESC staff members, considers many factors including client perceived needs, client needs, and client feedback. The resulting plan of action helps to guide personnel in delivering services to districts throughout the year.
The Performance Level Descriptors Academies will build educators' capacity to design, deliver, reflect upon and refine effective instruction to prepare students for success on STAAR assessments and in post-secondary pursuits.The Administrator's PLD Academy is designed to assist administrators in supporting teachers' implementation of rigorous instruction that is reflective of all levels of the PLDs. Read more for a complete listing of PLD Academy offerings.
A listing of grant opportunities available to school districts and campuses. Updated frequently--check back often!