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CIS teachers, staff members learn from each other

Campbellsville Independent Schools’ teachers and staff members recently spent a day learning from each other.

 

On Wednesday, Aug. 3, the District hosted a day of professional development workshops, taught entirely by CIS personnel.

 

Campbellsville elementary, middle and high school teachers led sessions, as did Central Office staff members.

 

Sessions were hosted at CES, CMS and CHS campuses.

 

Topics for the sessions varied, from personalized learning to student empowerment to collaborative teaching and much more.

 

CES teacher Tammy Hash and CMS teacher Katie Campbell led a session on student empowerment, with eighth-grade students Blake Settle, Kaylyn Smith, Rylee Petett and Lainey Watson speaking about how the Leader in Me program has changed their lives.

 

Hash and Campbell also taught a session about co-teaching.

 

CHS College and Career Readiness Counselor Dee Doss spoke about the ACT and its importance.

 

CES teacher Marcia Sharp spoke about implementing engaging math lessons in the classroom.

 

CMS teachers Paige Cook and Robbilyn Speer spoke about using data to drive classroom instruction.

 

Kent Settle, chief academic officer, led a session about the new accountability system in Kentucky.

 

Ben Davis, a CHS teacher, taught about personalized learning.

 

CES kindergarten teachers Nikki Price and Lisa Wiseman taught a session about using centers in the classroom.

 

Amber Johnson, an exceptional child educator at CES, led a session about student poverty.

 

CMS teacher Sharon Harris spoke about classroom routines.

 

CHS teacher Tammy Wilson and exceptional child educator Anthony Epps spoke about collaborative teaching and building student relationships.

 

Jennifer Piekarski, a speech therapist at CES, spoke about Etchy writing in the classroom.

 

CHS exceptional child educator Steve Doss led a session about implementing Individualized Education Plans in the classroom.

 

Cheryl Dicken, CHS teacher, taught about classroom routines.

 

And Laura Dicken, a CES teacher, led a session about beginning reading strategies.

 

CMS teachers Robbilyn Speer, at left, and Paige Cook, center, lead a session about using data to drive instruction.

CMS teachers Robbilyn Speer, at left, and Paige Cook, center, lead a session about using data to drive instruction.

 

Kent Settle, chief academic officer at Campbellsville Independent Schools, teaches a session about the state’s new accountability system.

Kent Settle, chief academic officer at Campbellsville Independent Schools, teaches a session about the state’s new accountability system.

 

CMS teacher Katie Campbell, at left, and CES teacher Tammy Hash, second from left, lead a session about co-teaching.

CMS teacher Katie Campbell, at left, and CES teacher Tammy Hash, second from left, lead a session about co-teaching.

 

CHS teacher Ben Davis leads a session about personalized learning.

CHS teacher Ben Davis leads a session about personalized learning.

 

CHS exceptional child educator Anthony Epps teaches a session about collaborative teaching and building student relationships.

CHS exceptional child educator Anthony Epps teaches a session about collaborative teaching and building student relationships.

 

CHS teacher Tammy Wilson leads a session about collaborative teaching and building student relationships.

CHS teacher Tammy Wilson leads a session about collaborative teaching and building student relationships.

 

CES exceptional child educator Amber Johnson leads a session about student poverty.

CES exceptional child educator Amber Johnson leads a session about student poverty.

 

CES exceptional child educator Amber Johnson talks to CHS teacher Deana Campbell about a student poverty simulation.

CES exceptional child educator Amber Johnson talks to CHS teacher Deana Campbell about a student poverty simulation.

 

CMS teacher Sharon Harris teaches a session about classroom routines.

CMS teacher Sharon Harris teaches a session about classroom routines.

 

Steve Doss, an exceptional child educator at CHS, discusses implementing Individualized Education Plans in the classroom.

Steve Doss, an exceptional child educator at CHS, discusses implementing Individualized Education Plans in the classroom.

 

CMS eighth-graders, from left, Lainey Watson, Kaylyn Smith and Rylee Petett talk about how the Leader in Me program at CMS has changed their lives.

CMS eighth-graders, from left, Lainey Watson, Kaylyn Smith and Rylee Petett talk about how the Leader in Me program at CMS has changed their lives.

 

From left, CMS eighth-graders Blake Settle, Lainey Watson, Kaylyn Smith and Rylee Petett talk about how the Leader in Me program at CMS has changed their lives.

From left, CMS eighth-graders Blake Settle, Lainey Watson, Kaylyn Smith and Rylee Petett talk about how the Leader in Me program at CMS has changed their lives.

 

CES kindergarten teachers Nikki Price, at left, and Lisa Wiseman talk about using centers in the classroom.

CES kindergarten teachers Nikki Price, at left, and Lisa Wiseman talk about using centers in the classroom.

 

Laura Dicken, a teacher at CES, talks about beginning reading strategies.

Laura Dicken, a teacher at CES, talks about beginning reading strategies.

 

CES teacher Marcia Sharp talks about implementing engaging math lessons in the classroom.

CES teacher Marcia Sharp talks about implementing engaging math lessons in the classroom.

 

CES teacher Vanessa Adkins talks about implementing engaging math lessons in the classroom.

CES teacher Vanessa Adkins talks about implementing engaging math lessons in the classroom.





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