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1. Summer Professional Reading EdVenture - Asynchronous Conference

Program: Model Schools - Instructional Specialist- CTLE Approved Sponsor

Dates: 7/1/2024

Select 1, 2, or a few books to read from our 16 professional development titles HERE and earn 10 CTLE credits after completing a reader response! This brochure outlines how to get your reading material and how to participate in detail.

Here are the basics and some in-person opportunities you may decide to engage in!

  1. Select and obtain your books.
  2. Open your email from us with your link to the Summer Reading EdVenture Conference website (will be sent June 14th)
  3. Fill out your bracket as you read.
  4. Complete detailed book reviews for CTLE credit in Book Creator*
  5. Once you are done reviewing all the books you wanted to read, tell us by submitting your filled in bracket via email to katherine_rice@boces.monroe.edu SUBJECT: BRACKET by September 5th.
  6. Participate in the Book Battle in September by voting for winning books in 4 rounds starting September 6th. Winners get bragging rights and a prize at the end of September!

*A Book Creator asynchronous offering is available for those who would like to complete it.

Let's chat about these great topics!

Please join us for Collegial Circles where we will discuss the topics of each Reading Region. No prior reading necessary but encouraged. Register HERE!


CTLE CREDITS WILL BE ADJUSTED BASED ON HOW MANY BOOKS YOU READ AND RESPOND TO.


Need more info, please reach out to katherine_rice@boces.monroe.edu.

2. Reading Region: Artificial Intelligence: Policy & Practicality Collegial Circle

Program: Model Schools - Instructional Specialist- CTLE Approved Sponsor

Audience: Educators participating in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

Dates: 7/24/2024

For participants in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

This session will delve into the thought-provoking reading bracket on Artificial Intelligence, focusing on both its policy implications and practical applications. Through the reading, attendees have gained a deeper understanding of how AI policies and practical considerations shape industries, economies, and everyday life. Engage in stimulating discussions with fellow participants, sharing perspectives and insights on the evolving AI landscape.

No prior reading is necessary to join this collegial circle

Join us in person (snacks provided by Wegmans)

If you'd like to join virtually, please email doreen_pietrantoni@boces.monroe.edu

3. Reading Region: Student Agency and Empowerment Collegial Circle

Program: Model Schools - Instructional Specialist- CTLE Approved Sponsor

Audience: Educators participating in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

Dates: 7/25/2024

For participants in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

This session will delve into the thought-provoking reading bracket on Student Agency and Empowerment. Join us as we navigate the pages of empowerment and student-led learning, unraveling the potential for transformative education. Together, let's empower minds and cultivate a future where every student's voice is heard and valued. We look forward to having you in this enriching workshop!

No prior reading is necessary to join this collegial circle.

Join us in person (snacks provided by Wegmans)

Join us in person (snacks provided by Wegmans)

If you'd like to join virtually, please email doreen_pietrantoni@boces.monroe.edu

4. Reading Region: Best Practice: Foundations & Pedagogy Collegial Circle

Program: Model Schools - Instructional Specialist- CTLE Approved Sponsor

Audience: Educators participating in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

Dates: 7/29/2024

For participants in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

Collaboratively build your teaching toolkit! We will discuss and discover new ways to enhance our instructional practices. This collegial circle will provide a platform for educators to learn from each other, gain a deeper understanding of the principles and theories that underpin successful classroom practices, and discuss various teaching strategies and approaches! This will be a great time, exchanging ideas and exploring potential ways to apply the concepts from the books from this reading region into your curriculum.



No prior reading is necessary to join this collegial circle.



Join us in person (snacks provided) or jump on a Zoom call to contribute.



If you intend to join virtually, please email katherine_rice@boces.monroe.edu once you've registered.

5. Reading Region: An Interdisciplinary Approach: PBL, STE[A]M, Inquiry & Beyond! Collegial Circle

Program: Model Schools - Instructional Specialist- CTLE Approved Sponsor

Audience: Educators participating in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

Dates: 7/30/2024

For participants in the Professional Reading EdVenture only

Gain valuable insight into interdisciplinary approaches that incorporate Project-Based Learning (PBL), STE[A]M, inquiry-based learning, and more. Engage in collaborative discussions with colleagues to exchange ideas and explore potential ways to apply the concepts from the books in this reading region into your curriculum.



No prior reading is necessary to join this collegial circle.



Join us in person (snacks provided) or jump on a Zoom call to contribute.



If you intend to join virtually, please email katherine_rice@boces.monroe.edu once you've registered.