Upcoming Hamilton County ESC Events

Student Centered Coaching (An Online Book Study) – 1/27/2020

Build leadership capacity. Analyze the effectiveness of their coaching. Explore effective tools/strategies to keep coaching ...
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Making Co-Teaching Stick: Sustainable Practices for Collaborative Instruction – 1/29/2020

Explore responses to issues that emerge in new and established co-teaching contexts. (i.e scheduling, measuring ...
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Jim Wright Returns! – 1/29/2020

Gain understanding of clearly defining the role of general classroom teachers, and additional resources for ...
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AAC Conversations: A Place for Everyone to Meet, Learn, and Share about AAC – 1/30/2020

Identify two new resources to utilize when developing AAC intervention and implementation plans. Learn how ...
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More with Desmos’ Activity Builder: The Computation Layer – 2/5/2020

Learn how Desmos activities consist of screens, which in turn, consist of components. Learn how ...
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4th Annual Innovation Showcase – 2/6/2020

Expose districts to innovations in the area, to learn from one another. Full details and ...
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Need assistance with an HCESC sponsored event?

Contact Becky Leming

Online learning with ed2go

Hamilton County ESC has partnered with Cengage Learning’s ed2go to offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely online. All courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. The online courses are affordable, fun, fast, and convenient.

Instructor-led courses are in a convenient six-week format with sessions starting monthly.

Courses are available in the following categories: Accounting and Finance, Business, College Readiness, Computer Applications, Design and Composition, Healthcare and Medical, Language and Arts, Law and Legal, Personal Development, Teaching and Education, Technology, Writing and Publishing.

Need assistance with ed2go?

Contact Tiffoney Pickelsimer

State Support Team Region 13

Hamilton County ESC serves as the fiscal agent for State Support Team Region 13.

SST13 events can be found on their website https://www.sst13.org and registration is completed through the Ohio Department of Education’s SAFE web portal.

The 16 State Support Teams are responsible for the regional delivery of school improvement, special education compliance, postsecondary transition, early learning and school readiness, and parent and family involvement services to districts using a differentiated technical assistance structure of support based upon need.

Need assistance with an SST13 sponsored event?

Contact Sara Cole