IMESD/OTREN Summer Series 2023
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Hosted by Oregon Trail Regional Educator Network and InterMountain Education Service District - open to all OTREN districts unless otherwise specified! Make sure to check the location of the offering-Pendleton IMESD, La Grande IMESD, or another location in the region.

OTREN Districts include: Baker, Pine Eagle, Burnt River, Athena-Weston, Echo, Helix, Hermiston, Milton-Freewater, Pendleton, Pilot Rock, Stanfield, Ukiah, Umatilla, Ione, Morrow County, Cove, Elgin, Imbler, La Grande, North Powder, and Union

There are a few sessions listed as IMESD Component Only- that excludes Baker, Hermiston, Pine Eagle, & beginning in August Cove.

Please build your individual schedule by selecting the sessions you are planning to attend. This will allow for us to plan appropriate space needs. Some sessions may be cancelled if the numbers are too small.

If you would like to earn graduate credit for attended classes, please download the EOU Registration Packet and turn it in by July 10th. Participants can register for this class starting May 11th. Up to 6 credits are available!
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Thursday, June 22 • 8:30am - 11:30am
(Virtual) Classroom Law Project Moves Civics from the Theoretical to the Practical: How Should We Live Together?

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The Classroom Law Project (CLP) has been supporting K-12 teachers in Oregon for the last 40 years with methods and adaptable frameworks that are experiential and allow students to apply their knowledge. During this professional development series, CLP will give an overview of engaging civics education programs and highlight how skills build over grade levels from elementary to high school. The goal will be to hear from teachers on what skills they want students to gain, and think through how to get there to see student growth. The Classroom Law Project provides opportunities to students around the state to experience civics in a way that promotes: collaboration, awareness, research skills, public speaking skills, and confidence- ultimately, to move students from the theoretical to the practical foundations of democracy.


Molly Hylton

Senior Program Manager of Outreach and Engagement; Regional Program Manager of the Southern Willamette Valley, Classroom Law Project

Thursday June 22, 2023 8:30am - 11:30am PDT
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