[School-counselors] FW: CFWV Educator News Update
bashcraft at access.k12.wv.us
Fri May 4 12:28:49 EDT 2012
From: Heather McChesney [mailto:jkennedy at wvgearup.ccsend.com] On Behalf Of Heather McChesney
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2012 12:39 PM
To: bashcraft at access.k12.wv.us
Subject: CFWV Educator News Update
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August 2-3, 2012
The 2012 Student Success Summit will be held August 2 through 3 at the Waterfront Hotel in Morgantown, WV. Keynote presentations and conference sessions will focus on supporting students at every level and will help participants develop ways to work with other stakeholders to encourage student success.
Save the Date
October 1-5, 2012
Statewide College Application and Exploration Week (Details to be announced soon)
February 10, 2013
College Goal Sunday
Latest News from our Twitter Feed
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<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=00141wxOXuQsNui7moQFHQSnXIeZ29gm3Js-e6pPGxlyfZqLNTmnodu3FDQbtc03a1JVwZmcmvl8mA58saWtKIjHq8gVaixfQFv5i8R14QneUNwTmVYMmITzIp24vcATeLJ0EYPQyI8oPJ0m0wrhf49s6NsK-AIx2r4> CFWV: Check out @HollowTheFilm - a project trying to capture the beauty of McDowell county, not just its challenges http://t.co/R9vfouEt
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STATEWIDE STUDENT SUCCESS SUMMIT
Paving the Road Ahead: Partnering for Student Success
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the West Virginia Department of Education are pleased to announce that the 2012 Student Success Summit will be held August 2-3 at the Waterfront Place Hotel and Conference Center in Morgantown.
Registration for the Summit is now full. If you have registered, but are no longer able to attend, please email Heather McChesney so that she may give your reservation to someone on our waiting list. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, click <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=00141wxOXuQsNs6OfSJLMEC7cCtS2KxJWazxgWEQEHu8AoNG3-5VHINkySMEqMODm-T5izJOd4zcmgdzGDZyQhWEGufhxfYcddQMW1GRXrECquyRVnUtWVdlCOd_FDm7INzvvqivc8Ikuq7TpDRJK7T2eW_Qt-7gIn11UurTDwMK4m37iKjUD_FsslN_gamz_QHIPwhobG6lUW-dAnEHEg4pMTtgyNW1GcC> here.
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CFWV.com Quick Tip
Changing school connections
Do you have 8th graders that are preparing for the transition to the 9th grade? Give them an extra hand and show them how to change their school connections on their CFWV account. Your students will be ahead of the game and your Pro Center reports for next year will be more accurate.
Students need to:
1. Log into CFWV.com
2. Click on the portfolio tab.
3. Click on the profile tab.
4. Click on the basics tab.
5. In the first block on the bottom of the page, it should say, "My Account is connected to:" Click on "change" and proceed to change your link from the middle school to the high school.
It's as easy as that. Less than five minutes on the computer can save you a huge hassle during the fall semester!
CFWV Best Practices
CFWV.com Creates Opportunities and Helps Remove Barriers through Mentor Program
By Elizabeth Manuel, <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=00141wxOXuQsNurV24G702jvu8ZmMungmXKUnTea0DMHSf73UFX4g9HmkLAE8aQd0Ii5FMoh0Io8L_yAZCiBFDAN2sJ0HT1tzoeILfWa9HkCzU=> West Virginia GEAR UP Regional Coordinator
The College Foundation of West Virginia has helped to open doors for a West Virginia program. West Virginia GEAR UP launched a mentor program that reaches far beyond the classroom walls. Nearly 450 high school students participated in the program this reporting year alone - a number that continues to climb. Currently, the program is implemented in 14 high schools in West Virginia; schools that represent the southern, southwestern and central regions of the state.
The program itself was designed to encourage students to persevere through the challenges of high school, take personal responsibility, improve self-confidence and increase career awareness. With the vast range of resources available through CFWV.com, the web portal has helped diminish barriers and maximize opportunities for students participating in the program.
As with most mentor programs, students discuss important issues such as taking responsibility and the many social challenges facing them today. However, this program has taken it a step further, as they now use CFWV.com as a platform to discuss education beyond high school. Conversations revolve around hands-on activities that allow mentors and students to navigate and explore resources available through the site.
What began as an exploration and career discovery activity has now become so much more thanks to CFWV.com. Discussion centered on higher education has become part of the norm and a college-going culture has been recognized among their groups. Dialogues are now centered on life beyond high school - a life that includes some form of postsecondary education.
CFWV Workshops and Presentations
The College Foundation of West Virginia offers workshops designed to help educators integrate college and career planning activities and utilize CFWV.com's best practices and tools in the K-12 classroom.
During the trainings, West Virginia educators learn how to utilize the free resource, CFWV.com, and to guide students and parents through career and scholastic exploration and financial literacy components associated with attending college. Students and parents can utilize any of the site's many tools to help them as they are preparing for postsecondary education.
To view a list of scheduled trainings, visit CFWV.com and click the "trainings" tab toward the bottom of the home page. If none of the scheduled dates work for you, please email Heather McChesney at <mailto:HMcChesney at hepc.wvnet.edu> HMcChesney at hepc.wvnet.edu to discuss other options.
If you know of a company, organization, or community group that would like to learn more about the College Foundation of West Virginia and other statewide college access and student success initiatives, please contact Heather McChesney at <mailto:HMcChesney at hepc.wvnet.edu> HMcChesney at hepc.wvnet.edu.
The Five Year Plan and CFWV.com
School counselors, help your students plan their present and future academic schedule by using CFWV's Plan of Study to complete their Five Year Plans. The Plan of Study is easy to manipulate and helps students accept personal and academic accountability, while keeping their grades and future class schedules organized. The Plan of Study is stored in each student's personal portfolio found on CFWV.com. In addition, it is printer friendly with a place for parents/guardian review and signature. For more information on how to use the Plan of Study with your students, visit CFWV, and watch the 45 minute, <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=00141wxOXuQsNs1ElOM669x2lDJkEm-EAl_EycCEIraZzWfBDrRijKCKipWB1oalgGFhv0NlinqAqAM5NZTK6GWVvwwlignUMLPEE_F5Ookl6ZITfHgE5CJrKSOn7kVKUAdX_HZR_5qbZVX9Hlcs0WAYYyx0OhUtYxWPLf8gW9FRgk4ALUxgUDkNYUchuGRqpr1Ut6sfDmNFKA27Rhxa6-SrgamAGGW1ncH1pBw9VMEYR0=> pre-recorded webinar. The Plan of Study Webinar can be found under the Resource Tab at the bottom of the CFWV Home Page or click on the link <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=00141wxOXuQsNvOduQ02L2eB9feTXAGEhFhatLp4s7JTvqMK_1YiaswnsSnRNBKvvVCh_IZ1Wr_XYymD_gZ6xqBkmT7G2IrK1hwmfmso0-omEij9LPkk7ZJCaYxEoaEDVZVVTLtQjnjmBM54knZ3wkEmKR5xDYwrTf9> here.
<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=00141wxOXuQsNtNBHWQYEIdW-Kgaj5xSMGSGo9-mg0CgM47qIIleEUa5PguekFAIgL9KzcPS8daVfBxY0Z0rD-BwMUqNhjLGjcwRvD7WH3JUQTCUurUSQx07FCQ8TGcqLIFRMzKzAxm4jq8r48xY1x_s-Vyg2GnqlkOd7WyJsDLq5-S8f04cXyY6t1oDhpKm2fW7D-MHMys7R-2zVeTsV52gYbdQc046DdTFzyYbRXDm5JKxA8UtD2jmE4aUzzOrOhe> New Science Center Blasts Off at West Virginia University
NASA-themed lab is designed to encourage youth interest in science careers
Contact: Dedriell Taylor
SEMAA Site Director
West Virginia State University
dtaylor11 at wvstateu.edu
Institute, WV - Kids in grades K-12 are invited to blast off into the science and technology fields with the NASA Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Aerospace Academy (SEMAA) at West Virginia State University. The program launched at WVSU last year and is celebrating its permanent Beckley location, called the Aerospace Educational Laboratory, with a grand opening on Tuesday, April 24, from 4-6 p.m.
NASA SEMAA is an innovative national project designed to increase participation and retention of underrepresented youths in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The program is offered free for interested youths via day-camp scenarios throughout the year.
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Shepherd to host bullying workshop May 19
Media Contact: Valerie Owens
Shepherdstown, WV - Shepherd University and the Division of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education will host a workshop "Bullying Prevention: Making Our Schools a Safe Place to Learn" for middle and secondary educators, administrators, social workers, parents, and the community on Saturday, May 19.
The workshop will feature nationally known expert Dr. Dorothy Espelage, a professor of child development in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. For the past 18 years, she has conducted research on bullying, homophobic teasing, sexual harassment, and dating violence. Her research has been featured on the Discovery Channel, Good Morning America, PBS specials, and the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Preregistration is necessary and space is limited. Cost is $114 for teachers (to receive 3 credit graduate-level EDPD credits), $228 for inclusive (6 credit-level EDPD credits), and $40 for others.
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WVU Extension Service, State Legislature effort addresses cyber-bullying
CONTACT: Cassie Waugh
304-293-8735 (office); 304-376-1829 (cell); Cassie.waugh at mail.wvu.edu
Morgantown, WV - West Virginia University Extension Service, in partnership with the West Virginia Legislature, will launch a new educational curriculum and campaign this fall to prevent cyberbullying. The campaign, known as "iRespect," will be introduced to schools throughout the state.
Community members can now vote for their favorite graphic image for the campaign by visiting www.ext.wvu.edu.
The research-based curriculum is being developed by WVU Extension Service 4-H Youth Development specialists. The curriculum will then be tested with youth focus groups throughout the state.
The statistics are startling. According to an Anti-Safe Survey, four out of every ten youths are bullied online each day.
In April 2011, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin signed Senate Bill 213. The bill made it unlawful for a person to harass or abuse another person via a computer, mobile phone, PDA or other electronic communication device.
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Generation West Virginia Launches Statewide Conversation on the Future of West Virginia
Charleston, WV - Generation West Virginia launched its strategic action plan aiming to unite more than 600,000 young people that live, work and play in the Mountain State. Paul Daugherty, co-founder and chair of Generation WV, said he hopes the strategic plan launch will continue leadership discussions the organization started last week during the tenth annual West Virginia Leadership Summit held in Morgantown.
Every week, for six weeks, a part of the plan will be unveiled across the state. Using Facebook, Twitter and the Generation WV website, Generation WV will showcase data points, discussion prompts and videos featuring young talent in the state.
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The College Foundation of West Virginia is coordinated by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission in conjunction with the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education, the West Virginia Department of Education, and the West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts.
Frequently, the Commission will post information from outside organization and sources who are partners of the College Foundation of West Virginia or who are pursuing common goals. Inclusion in this newsletter does NOT imply endorsement; this information is simply provided in order to facilitate a statewide conversation and fuel collaboration regarding the issues of college access and student success
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