Catalog: Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES (Web Registration)

Search Options

Search Results (1 - 6 of 6)

1. Choose your own adventure on eTeachNY!

Program: Online Workshops: Professional Development Unit

Dates: On-Going (Ends Sep 1, 2022)

What is eTeachNY? A coalition of education partners who have come together to support the implementation of teaching in remote learning environments (TRLE). BUT, it is SO much more! The eTeachNY website houses a vast amount of resources divided into six core areas: culturally responsive education, ELLS and/or MLS, families as partners, SEL, shifting to teaching online and students with disabilities. In this asynchronous workshop, YOU will choose one of these areas to explore more deeply with a focus on key learning objectives, while taking notes of key takeaways along the way. You may choose to explore one or all six for 6-36 CTLE professional development hours!

2. Collection Development Guideline Creation/Modification

Program: School Library System

Audience: librarians

Dates: 1/12/2022

Every district library should have a strong collection development guideline in place that includes selection, deselection and reconsideration. Join regional librarians to collaborate on developing or editing yours.
Build your knowledge and understanding of culturally responsive and sustaining education in small, easy to digest readings and discussions. During this monthly series we will explore various resources, articles and videos to expand our collective understanding and support for equitable and inclusive practices that support all students. Time will be permitted to discuss implications on teaching and learning. Attend any or all sessions, the choice is yours.

During this session, participants will establish a common understanding of the distinctions between prejudice, discrimination and racism.

Build your knowledge and understanding of culturally responsive and sustaining education in small, easy to digest readings and discussions. During this monthly series we will explore various resources, articles and videos to expand our collective understanding and support for equitable and inclusive practices that support all students. Time will be permitted to discuss implications on teaching and learning. Attend any or all sessions, the choice is yours.

During this session, participants will study the physiological origin of bias, discuss the differences between implicit and explicit bias and will examine various examples of microaggressions.

Build your knowledge and understanding of culturally responsive and sustaining education in small, easy to digest readings and discussions. During this monthly series we will explore various resources, articles and videos to expand our collective understanding and support for equitable and inclusive practices that support all students. Time will be permitted to discuss implications on teaching and learning. Attend any or all sessions, the choice is yours.

Use these 9 tips as your go-to reference guide to frame difficult conversations about race and ethnicity in a way that is safe and affirming for students. Participants will go through the 9 tips and discover their application to such conversations.

Build your knowledge and understanding of culturally responsive and sustaining education in small, easy to digest readings and discussions. During this monthly series we will explore various resources, articles and videos to expand our collective understanding and support for equitable and inclusive practices that support all students. Time will be permitted to discuss implications on teaching and learning. Attend any or all sessions, the choice is yours.

Based on the skills learned in the March 14th session, participants will review and practice brave conversations around power and privilege using the tips.