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Who is Ohio ASCD?

We are Ohio educators who are interested in making a difference in education. Members include teachers, principals, superintendents, directors, coordinators, specialists, state department of education personnel, undergraduate and graduate students, and more.

Founded in 1939, Ohio ASCD has been an active and enduring professional association, striving to meet the needs of educators in Ohio. 

Member Benefits

Ohio ASCD membership is open to all who are interested in making a difference in Ohio education. 

Member benefits include:

  • Reduced registration rates at Ohio ASCD conferences 

  • Certificate of attendance and college credit opportunities 

  • Ohio Department of Education updates at conferences 

  • Opportunities to meet and network with Ohio leaders in teaching and learning 

  • Nonpartisan influence on education at both the legislative and policy-making levels 

  • Opportunities for serving on committees and Board of Directors 

  • Opportunity to serve as an Emerging Leader for OhioASCD

  • Contacts that can result in professional opportunities 

  • Receive e-Newsletter from OhioASCD

Membership in our state-wide network of professional educators is only $30. 

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President's Message

Greetings OhioASCD Members:

The recent October 11, 2018 conference “Establishing a Foundation for Social and Emotional Learning” was held at the Xenos Conference Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jillian Ahrens, a teacher in the Cleveland MSD, provided participants with a comprehensive overview of the work of the National Commission on Social, Emotional and Academic Development, under The Aspen Institute. The Commission is providing resources to states, school districts, and community organizations that are in the process of integrating an SEL culture to support student growth.

Other sessions at the conference addressed the creation of SEL state standards, assessment of SEL student growth, and a description of strategies to create a trauma informed classroom culture. All sessions were designed to provide a general introduction to the philosophy and practices guiding SEL.

The upcoming winter conference is scheduled for February 7, 2018 at the Xenos Conference Center from 8 am—3:00 pm. The sessions will offer educators an opportunity to take a “SEL Deep Dive” by participating in two in-depth professional development sessions during the day. These sessions (running two and a half hours each) will allow teams and individuals options to explore strategies and techniques that can be implemented with students in their own school and classroom settings. Please see the preliminary information below. It provides an overview of the session topics.

The Winter Conference program options will include the following topics:

·       Social Emotional Learning: An Integrated Approach
·       Assessment of SEL growth in districts, schools, classrooms and students
·       Creating a Trauma Informed Classroom
·       The Positivity Project and its implementation
·       Executive Function - creating self advocacy and emotional regulation
·       Partnering with community organizations to support all students 24-7
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Whole Child

Ohio ASCD is committed to the success of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model of healthy, safe, engaged, supported, challenged and sustained environments.
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