PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Whether you’ve got a Change Idea in mind or are seeking help and resources from the Central Oregon Regional Educator Network, we’re here to support you.

COREN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SURVEY

In the Spring of 2021, the Centeral Oregon Regional Educator Network administered a Professional Development Survey to local Central Oregon educators. Based on these results, COREN has developed the menu of potential professional development opportunities listed below. 

Interested in a training below? Let us know! 

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Amplify! Regional Gathering for Educators of Color

Join educators of color from across Central Oregon as we build our Amplify! community. This is a space for local educators of color to find support, conversation, professional development, and to create positive changes in their schools, districts, and communities.

Meetings will be held through out the school year in various locations across Central Oregon. To begin in Fall of 2021!

If you’re interested in being a part of Amplify! please contact COREN@hdesd.org.

POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES

COREN is seeking input on hosting a facilitated book study, change project, and community of practice with the author of Belonging through a Culture of Dignity, John Krownapple.

Elayna Agular | Bright Morning Training

COREN is exploring the opportunity to bring in equity expert, Elayna Agular, for a series of online traings to Central Oregon school districts.

Multiple Online Options would include:

  • Coaching across racial differences

  • Coaching teams

  • Equity collection

  • Building resilience

If your district or school community is interested in participating, please let us know.

Book Studies

Are you interested in digging deeper into the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion through book study? COREN is seeking input on potentially launching an official Book Study group.

Sessions would include book discussion, facilitated action plan for change, and check in during implementation.

Potential Books Include:

PARTNER OPPORTUNITIES

Community of Practice – Restorative Practices

A monthly virtual gathering with leaders, educators and community partners for deepened learning, practice and implementation support for Restorative Practices in educational settings.

What you’ll get:

  • A free copy of IIRP’s Intentional Classroom Engagement Workbook
  • Restorative Practices concepts, tools, activities, coaching and practice
  • Ideas, support and accountability from colleagues across the region
  • Optional OSU Cascades graduate credit (1)

Meets every 2nd Monday from 4:15 pm – 5:45 pm on Zoom