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  1. Virtual Education Software Online Courses 2018-2019
    VESi is committed to developing online education courses for professionals that are convenient, relevant, and affordable. Convenient because these interactive courses provide expert instruction at a pace that fits your schedule. Relevant to the significant educational and social issues in today’s schools, as well as to the requirements you need to meet for re-licensure or career advancement. Affordable because our format allows us to keep quality high and prices low. Instruction on strategies for teaching students with special behavioral and learning needs, common core standards, and in many other areas of education. *********************************************************************************************************************** VESi COURSES/SESSIONS ARE NOT FULL, PLEASE DISREGARD "THE SESSION IS FULL" NOTATION WITH EACH COURSE. You may register at any time and can do so via this link: http://www.virtualeduc.com/esd105/ or by calling 1-800-313-6744. Register and pay the $140 courseware fee via VESi:https://www.virtualeduc.com/esd105. The $3.00 per clock hour fee will be paid to ESD 105 upon completion of course.

  2. East of Salinas Documentary
    "East of Salinas" documents the true story of eight year old Jose and his teacher, Mr. Ramos from the Salinas Valley of California. Their three-year story highlights the factors that impact a student''s educational success, explaining the cruelty of circumstance. What are Jose''s circumstances? He is an undocumented migrant student in the United States. The documentary asks viewers, "What is lost when kids like Jose are denied opportunities?"

  3. Underwater Dreams Documentary
    The epic story of four teenage boys from the desert, the sons of undocumented Mexican immigrants, who built an underwater robot from Home Depot parts (and duct tape). They entered a sophisticated underwater robotics competition (sponsored by NASA, among others), and headed across country in a beat-up van with two teachers and a PVC robot. Named Stinky. This session will take place online using the Canvas platform. It is broken into 3 modules to be completed for clock hours. The second module will be attending the viewing of the documentary at ESD 105. The first and third module will be entirely online where participants will participate in discussions and make connections from the documentary to the migrant students and families they work with.

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