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1. There's an App For That Integrating the iPad into the Classroom

Program: CPE Courses

Dates: 7/5/2022 to 8/28/2022

2012 marked the start of the iPad invasion into the classroom. The use of this device has the power to revolutionize the way students learn. These 21st Century learners need the opportunity to use 21st Century Skills. They need to be creative, think critically, collaborate and communicate in order to be successful. Using the iPad as part of instruction can help to achieve the 21st Century Student Outcomes that are outlined by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills in their Framework for 21st Century Learning. In this three credit online Moodle course, through a series of lessons, videos and articles, participants will identify the unique needs that the 21st century student brings to the classroom, explore apps that align with Bloom's Digital Taxonomy, learn how to effectively integrate the use of iPads into the classroom according to best practices and discover a plethora of apps that are available. By the conclusion of the course, participants will have not only a collection of apps and lessons that they created for their classroom, but also the confidence to use the iPad effectively. It is not necessary to have an iPad. This course is applicable for any teacher at any grade level that would like to integrate the iPad into instruction.

2. Social Emotional Learning

Program: CPE Courses

Dates: 7/8/2022 to 9/3/2022

New Course for Summer 2022!

Schools primarily focus on teaching academics. However, with the rate of suicide, cyber bullying and school violence on the rise, it is time that changes. Schools need to start educating the whole student. In addition to academics, schools and teachers need to begin developing social emotional learning skills. Some of the benefits of teaching social emotional learning include improved attitudes, relationships, student social and emotional skills, academic performance and better attendance. In this three-credit online course, participants will learn how to create a positive classroom climate where students feel safe. Students who feel safe in their classrooms are more likely to solidify and retain concepts long-term, which in turn will impact student achievement. By the end of the course, participants will be able to identify the five key competencies of social emotional learning and design lessons that utilize digital tools to develop students' social emotional learning skills.

This is a self-paced online Moodle Course that consists of four modules. You will receive specific information concerning this course or workshop on the day before the start date. A User ID and link to the course site will be emailed to you at that time, there will not be any additional electronic communications before then. Forty-five hours of out-of-class time are required for this course.

3. Writing Strategies for the Content Area Teacher

Program: CPE Courses

Dates: 7/8/2022 to 8/21/2022

This course is for all teachers in K - 12 and meets the professional-k development requirements for academic content, reading comprehension, and teaching skills. In an online format, participants will discover and implement writing across the curriculum activities (graphic organizers, essay writing, writing to learn, and project writing) within the classroom, written evaluations of the writing activities, collaboration and shared discussions with fellow classmates regarding the pros and cons of writing across the curriculum activities as part of their personal research, implementation and professional growth. This course is online and available for 24 hours a day during the term of the course. Participants must have a working knowledge of computers and Internet use, high speed Internet access, and a working email account for the duration of the course. Make sure your email address and PDE ID# is correct in your account on this site.

4. Are Your Students Future Ready?

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators K-12

Dates: 8/3/2022

Join this session to explore EVERFI's financial education and career readiness resources and the growing importance of educating our students to be successful and responsible citizens. By utilizing these standard-aligned and free resources provided by EVERFI, students will feel empowered to build their future ready skillsets. These self-paced and self-assessed courses grant teachers seamless implementation into the existing curriculum.

5. Digital Makerspaces for Student Learning

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators K-12

Dates: 8/3/2022

Digital fabrication technologies are being added to schools and makerspaces rapidly, but how are these spaces being used for student learning? A lot more goes into a successful digital makerspace to catalyze innovative learning opportunities than just the tools themselves. Learn what the research shows about the challenges schools face in implementing these spaces successfully and a new framework for supporting authentic learning through these new technologies.

6. Reimaging Math Class (Grades 3-5)

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Math Teachers in Grades 3-5

Dates: 8/3/2022

This session will take a deep look into a math class period/block and share ideas how to maximize the time given to increase student engagement and mathematical understanding for grades 3-5.

7. Best Practices for HS Math

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: High School Math Teachers

Dates: 8/3/2022

This session will provide a look into best practices and tools in teaching high school math, through the eyes of a high school math teacher!

8. Southwest PA Science Leadership Team Session 1

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Science Educators

Dates: 8/3/2022

This first session will kickoff the Southwest PA Science Leadership Team. During this session, we will establish our science vision and goals for this PLC.

9. News-0-Matic

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Teachers K-8

Dates: 8/3/2022

News-O-Matic is an educational resource for readers in grades K through 8. Every weekday, News-O-Matic publishes interactive daily news content that teaches children 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, media literacy, and global awareness. Thousands of schools incorporate News-O-Matic articles into their literacy, science, social studies, and social-emotional learning curricula. News-O-Matic is available across the web and all mobile devices, facilitating learning anywhere and anytime.

10. PBS 101: Early Childhood/ Elementary

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: PreK-3rd Grade Educators

Dates: 8/3/2022

PBS is a treasure trove of digital and non-digital resources for educators. WQED Education Department staff provide a comprehensive overview of the most useful and well-liked PBS programs and media tools. Explore the full range of PBS materials on literacy, numeracy, and social and emotional wellness in this fast-paced session that integrates games with books, apps, and videos, while connecting home to school and back. You'll be amazed and well-equipped to harvest every PBS tool! In addition, learn how to use PBS Learning Media. Find out what's new and explore the many ways in which PBS programming naturally embeds best practices and rich content into a broad range of programs. Intended Audience: Pre K- 3rd grade educators.

11. Introduction to the Science of Reading

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Elementary Educators

Dates: 8/3/2022

An introduction to the science of reading and a discussion of why its importance as a foundation to our instruction.

12. Reimaging Math Class (Grades 6-8)

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Math Teachers in Grades 6-8

Dates: 8/3/2022

This session will take a deep look into a math class period/block and share ideas how to maximize the time given to increase student engagement and mathematical understanding for grades 6-8

13. Statistics into Stories: Visual Representations of Data

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Audience: 3th-12th Grade Teachers

Dates: 8/3/2022

This session will explore the ways students can collect and analyze day-to-day and personal data and create visual representations of the data points. Their data "portraits” and "postcards” can then be used to tell their "stories” and analyze individual and group statistics.

14. 7 Mindsets to Live Your Ultimate Life

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/3/2022

Through engaging videos, stories, and activities, educators and leaders are able to connect with the 7 Mindsets at a personal level while building a foundational knowledge of the benefit and value of social-emotional learning. This session will inspire educators to reflect on their own stories and connect with their peers in meaningful ways. This session consistently dispels the "not another thing” mentality pervasive when new initiatives are introduced by demonstrating the importance of SEL in the classroom and building teacher advocacy among your team.

15. PE/Health Discussion and Resources

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Health and PE teachers

Dates: 8/3/2022

Get the latest updates for PE and Health from PDE.

16. Southwest PA Science Leadership Team Session 2

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Science Educators

Dates: 8/3/2022

This is session 2 of 4 for the Southwest PA Science Leadership Team. Session objectives TBD.

17. Culturize - What are your averages?

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Administartors

Dates: 8/3/2022

A discussion on how to identify and create an action plan to help solve school averages. Teachers are involved in the entire process. This is a fantastic way to create a culture for teachers to feel a sense of empowerment.

18. Historical Scene Investigations and Social Studies Resource Sharing

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/3/2022

This session will focus on The Historical Scene Investigation Project (HSI). This project was designed for social studies teachers who need a strong pedagogical mechanism for bringing primary sources into their classroom. With the advent and accessibility of the internet, many libraries, universities and government agencies are housing their historical documents online. Simultaneously, there has been a push in K-12 history education to give students experiences that more closely resemble the work of a real historian. In addition, the presenter will share additional social studies resources and content relevant tech tips for educators!

19. PAECT: Connect. Develop. Lead. Advocate

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/3/2022

Are you an educator who is passionate about educational technology? Join us to learn more about becoming a member of PAECT, benefits of your membership, and amazing opportunities of educators in southwestern PA.

20. Create Your Own Decodable Texts

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Teachers K-2

Dates: 8/4/2022

Elevate your reading instruction by creating your very own decodable texts for your students.

21. Learning Number Sense with Mathigon

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Math Teachers K-5

Dates: 8/4/2022

This session will feature one of the top math tools for teaching number sense to elementary students, and the tool is FREE! This session will allow teacher to learn about Mathigon and allow it to transform the way teachers teach number sense!

22. PBS 101 Middle School Track

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: 4th-8th grade educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

PBS is a treasure trove of digital and non-digital resources for educators. WQED Education Department staff provide a comprehensive overview of the most useful and well-liked PBS programs and media tools. Explore the full range of PBS materials on literacy, numeracy, and social and emotional wellness in this fast-paced session that integrates games with books, apps, and videos, while connecting home to school and back. You'll be amazed and well-equipped to harvest every PBS tool! In addition, learn how to use PBS Learning Media. Find out what's new and explore the many ways in which PBS programming naturally embeds best practices and rich content into a broad range of programs. This session will feature STEM and ARTS content for upper grade levels. Intended Audience: 4th - 8th grade educators

23. Historical Scene Investigations and Social Studies Resource Sharing

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

This session will focus on The Historical Scene Investigation Project (HSI). This project was designed for social studies teachers who need a strong pedagogical mechanism for bringing primary sources into their classroom. With the advent and accessibility of the internet, many libraries, universities and government agencies are housing their historical documents online. Simultaneously, there has been a push in K-12 history education to give students experiences that more closely resemble the work of a real historian. In addition, the presenter will share additional social studies resources and content relevant tech tips for educators!

24. Learning from Architecture: Fallingwater's School and Teacher Programs

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

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Fallingwater is the eminent example of Frank Lloyd Wright's work. Located in Fayette County, it symbolizes innovation, creativity, and reflects the unique beauty of the natural landscape in this region. Find out how Fallingwater can support learning in your classroom through field trips, virtual field trips, and other educational programs that are free for local teachers and students.

25. Southwest PA Science Leadership Team Session 3

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Science Educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

This is session 3 of 4 for the Southwest PA Science Leadership Team. Session objectives TBD.

26. Intro to Desmos Activities(Grades 6-12)

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Math Teachers in Grades 6-12

Dates: 8/4/2022

This session will provide an introduction to using Desmos Activities to increase student engagement and conceptual understanding in 6-12 math classes. Teachers will also get access to a huge list of teacher-created Desmos activities.

27. Little Moochie

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All content areas

Dates: 8/4/2022

LittleMoochi is a mobile app that encourages children to form healthy eating habits through an AI-powered virtual pet. A child adopts a Moochi pet and feeds it by simply snapping a photo of what the child eats.

28. Scheduling Discussion

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 8/4/2022

A scheduling discussion on unlocking time and creating flexible schedules

29. A Framework for Promoting Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

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As students try to recover from the depths of the pandemic and begin to take part in increasingly competitive school and subsequent workforce environments, youth and advisors face ever-mounting pressure to perform at a high capacity. Teaching social and emotional skills and career readiness through project-based learning, programs like Students In Action are a way encourage student empathy in an increasingly narcissistic world while also facilitating the acquisition of the highly competitive so-called ‘soft skills' that are sought-after in the globalizing workplace.

30. Entrepreneurship and Literacy with EntreEd

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Elementary (Grades 3-8)

Dates: 8/4/2022

Learn what EntreEd can do for and your district with the Career standards. Learn how to incorporate entrepreneurship into literacy with The Startup Squad series Party Problems. Participants will receive a set of the book with teacher guide to implement into your classroom.

31. Using Stations in Special Education Math

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Math Teachers in Grades 6-8

Dates: 8/4/2022

This session will share ideas and strategies on implementing stations in a special education math class, brought to you by a special education middle school math teacher!

32. Historical Scene Investigations and Social Studies Resource Sharing

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

This session will focus on The Historical Scene Investigation Project (HSI). This project was designed for social studies teachers who need a strong pedagogical mechanism for bringing primary sources into their classroom. With the advent and accessibility of the internet, many libraries, universities and government agencies are housing their historical documents online. Simultaneously, there has been a push in K-12 history education to give students experiences that more closely resemble the work of a real historian. In addition, the presenter will share additional social studies resources and content relevant tech tips for educators!

33. Podcasting for Education

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Administrators and Teachers

Dates: 8/4/2022

How podcasting can be used in education. We will discuss the getting started phase of podcasting.

34. Southwest PA Science Leadership Team Session 4

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Science educators

Dates: 8/4/2022

This is session 4 of 4 for the Southwest PA Science Leadership Team. Session objectives TBD.

35. Intro to Esports and Club Creation

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/4/2022

A preview of the impact of esports in todays society. Some resources will be provided to help support a new club creation.

36. Parent Engagement

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators 6-8

Dates: 8/4/2022

Activities to engage parents at the Middle School level.

37. PE/Health Discussion and Resources

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Health and PE teachers

Dates: 8/4/2022

Get the latest updates for PE and Health from PDE.

38. Verbal Behavior Overview for Administrators-Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Principals and LEAs

Dates: 8/5/2022

This training will provide an overview of Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior and benefits of implementation, review the administrator's active role in follow-through and support of their Verbal Behavior Team Select (VBTS) participating classroom/s, staff, and students, and the consultation process.

Administrators will: Gain understanding of their active role in follow-through and support of their Verbal Behavior Team Select (VBTS) participating classroom/s, staff, and students. Gain understanding of the evidence-based benefits of implementing Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior strategies with student with autism and language delays. Become familiar with the consultation process and fidelity checklists. Acquaint themselves with the implementation minimum requirements for VBTS participants to progress through to the next training year series.

Prerequisite:Administrators who have current classrooms in VBTS through the IU or who have been invited to participate in the 2022-23 school year.

39. Verbal Behavior Overview for Administrators-Invitation Only: PM Session

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Principals and LEAs

Dates: 8/5/2022

This training will provide an overview of Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior and benefits of implementation, review the administrator's active role in follow-through and support of their Verbal Behavior Team Select (VBTS) participating classroom/s, staff, and students, and the consultation process.

Administrators will: Gain understanding of their active role in follow-through and support of their Verbal Behavior Team Select (VBTS) participating classroom/s, staff, and students. Gain understanding of the evidence-based benefits of implementing Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior strategies with student with autism and language delays. Become familiar with the consultation process and fidelity checklists. Acquaint themselves with the implementation minimum requirements for VBTS participants to progress through to the next training year series.

Prerequisite:Administrators who have current classrooms in VBTS through the IU or who have been invited to participate in the 2022-23 school year.

40. Verbal Behavior Team Select Year 3-Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Special education teachers, paraprofessionals, SLP's, parents

Dates: 9/13/2022 to 10/5/2022

This training series will provide intensive training and guided practice in teaching skills for applied behavior analytic interventions incorporating an analysis of verbal behavior. It is designed to meet the needs of teams who are participating in the PaTTAN Autism Initiative: Intermediate Unit One ABA/VB year three efforts. Focus will be on skills related to teaching students with autism and related developmental disorders. The training will involve having participants demonstrate skills related to identifying the verbal operants and other ABA concepts, developing classroom schedules and card sort systems for teaching, demonstrating procedures for intensive teaching (discrete trial instruction) and basic mand training skills. The training series will include a brief overview of natural environment training (NET) and deriving student programs based on the assessment outcomes. Participants will be required to demonstrate acquisition of conceptual skills through oral assessments, complete guided and independent activities, and demonstrate implementation of various teaching protocols.

1. Identify and complete basic data collection procedures related to NET data 2. Identify target NET goals for atleast 1 student 3. Locate relevant files from PaTTAN resource disc 4. Participants will identify when it is appropriate to consider utilizing the Essential for Living Curriculum with students that have moderate to severe disabilities and demonstrate the ability to conduct the quick assessment and academic assessment 5. Participants will demonstrate ability to choose a response form (method of speaking) for a student utilizing the Essential for Living resources and assessment information 6. Participants will identify how to locate and order the Essential for Living Curriculum if they need it for a student as well as describe the basic components of EFL and the benefits for students with moderate to severe disabilities.

Teacher must have completed Year 1 and Year 2 training series.

41. Verbal Behavior Team Select-Year 1-Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Autism, Special Educators

Dates: 9/15/2022 to 1/31/2023

Teacher must be registered to attend Fall ABA Bootcamp or have previously attended ABA Boot Camp and must have the Autism Verbal Behavior Team Select: Intructional materials available prior to first consultation.

This training series will provide intensive training and guided practice in teaching skills for applied behavior analytic interventions incorporating an analysis of verbal behavior. It is designed to meet the needs of teams who are participating in the PaTTAN Autism Initiative: Intermediate Unit One ABA/VB efforts. Focus will be on skills related to teaching students with autism and related developmental disorders. The five day training series will involve having participants demonstrate skills related to identifying the verbal operants and other ABA concepts, developing classroom schedules and card sort systems for teaching, demonstrating procedures for intensive teaching (discrete trial instruction) and basic mand training skills. The training series will include a brief overview of the VB-MAPP assessment tool and deriving student programs based on the assessment outcomes. Establishing instructional control and reducing problem behavior will also be discussed. Participants will be required to demonstrate acquisition of conceptual skills through oral assessments, complete guided and independent activities, and demonstrate implementation of various teaching protocols.

42. Verbal Behavior Team Select Year 2-Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Autism, Special Educators, paraprofessionals, Administrators, SLP's, parents

Dates: 9/20/2022 to 11/3/2022

This training series will provide intensive training and guided practice in teaching skills for applied behavior analytic interventions incorporating an analysis of verbal behavior. It is designed to meet the needs of teams who are participating in the PaTTAN Autism Initiative: Intermediate Unit One ABA/VB efforts Year 2. Focus will be on skills related to teaching students with autism and related developmental disorders. The training series will focus on conducting VB MAPP assessment, including the barrier and transition components, applying behavior principals and reinforcement strategies, effective group instruction and the collection of curriculum data, intensive teaching procedures and manding procedures, and conducting a functional behavior assessment. Participants will be required to demonstrate acquisition of conceptual skills through oral assessments, complete guided and independent activities, and demonstrate implementation of various teaching protocols.

Teacher must have completed the VB Team Select Year 1 training series and completed minimum requirements.

43. Year 2 Day 1 Induction Consortium Inclusive Practices - Option 1: 9/26/2022 - 10/21/2022

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 9/26/2022 to 10/21/2022

This Induction workshop is only for IU 1 Induction Consortium participants. Please inform your district´s Induction Coordinator of your registration.

The workshop provides an overview and history of Least Restrictive Environment; it defines and describes the differences between inclusion, team teaching, and co-teaching.

The workshop also describes the six approaches to co-teaching, classroom strategies for implementing the approaches, and online resources to assist teachers when planning for co-teaching.

In order to receive hours for this workshop, all classwork, including the evaluation, must be completed online through Moodle.


Conference

44. Year 1 Days 1 and 2 Induction Consortium Course

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 10/3/2022 to 10/31/2022

This course is only available to teachers whose districts participate in the IU Induction Consortium. Registrants should notify their Induction Coordinator before they register.

YEAR 1 Days 1 & 2: Act 48,Instructional II, ESL Overview, PDE SAS/Standards, Structured Literacy and Instructional Strategies

Please choose a set of dates to attend Day 1 and a set of dates to attend Day 2!

Day 1: Act 48, Instructional II Certificate, ESL Overview, PDE SAS/Standards and Anchors

(choose one set of dates to register for): October 3 - 14, or October 17 - 28, 2022

Day 2: Structured Literacy and Instructional Strategies

(choose one set of dates to register for): October 31 - November 11 or November 14 - December 2 , 2022

Participants will complete all online activities, including a review of PPTs, videos and assignments.

Location: Asynchronous online courses via IU 1 Moodle - participants will be sent a link prior to the start of the course.

To receive credit, you must attend both Day 1 and Day 2 online sessions and complete all Moodle assignments, and course evaluations.


45. Administrative Overview for Schools in Cohort A and Cohort B: PBIS Universal Tier 1 Training Series - Morning Session

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Administrators, including building principals, LEAs, and superintendents, of districts/buildings who would like to implement PBIS within their school/s.

Dates: 10/6/2022

This training will provide an overview of Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), review the commmitment to the PaPBS Network process and requirements, and clarify administrators' active roles in supporting their PBIS Core Building Teams for successful fidelity of implementation.

Administrators will: ~Gain understanding of the PaPBS Network commitment process and plan for Network commitment in order to ensure their building's participation in the designated Cohort training series. ~Clarify the administrators' roles in supporting their PBIS team/s. ~Become familiar with the evidence-based benefits of installing and implementing SWPBIS.

46. Administrative Overview for Schools in Cohort A and Cohort B: PBIS Universal Tier 1 Training Series

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Administrators, including building principals, LEAs, and superintendents, of districts/buildings who would like to implement PBIS within their school/s.

Dates: 10/6/2022

This training will provide an overview of Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), review the commmitment to the PaPBS Network process and requirements, and clarify administrators' active roles in supporting their PBIS Core Building Teams for successful fidelity of implementation.

Administrators will: ~Gain understanding of the PaPBS Network commitment process and plan for Network commitment in order to ensure their building's participation in the designated Cohort training series. ~Clarify the administrators' roles in supporting their PBIS team/s. ~Become familiar with the evidence-based benefits of installing and implementing SWPBIS.

47. Cohort A: PBIS Universal Tier 1 Training Series for Elementary and Middle School Teams - Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: PBIS Core Team members, including administrators, are required to attend the sessions together as a team.

Dates: 10/20/2022 to 2/9/2023

Each building will be required to have a signed Commitment to the PaPBS Network Letter prior to attending the first day of training (10-20-2022). Participants MUST attend with their PBIS Core Team members, including administrators, and are required to attend the sessions together as a team.

This cohort will provide guided development with Elementary and Middle School building PBIS teams (including Administrators) of their building's Universal Tier 1 PBIS Framework components. It is designed to build foundational skills to meet the needs of PBIS teams who are committed to and participating in the PaPBS Network. Various resources and templates will be discussed, shared, and utilized throughout the training series. PBIS Core Teams will be required to reflect and action plan throughout the training series.

Participants will:Gain understanding of the evidence-based benefits of installing and implementing SWPBIS.Identify and assign team roles and responsibilities. Be introduced to a problem solving cycle and fidelity tools.Acquire an understanding of the importance of behavioral expectations. Develop behavioral expectations and matrix addressing all aspects of the school community.Create a plan for obtaining staff feedback related to each of the developed framework components. Understand why and how to teach appropriate behavior. Identify connections to the Danielson Model.Analyze the results of the Self-Assessment Survey. Identify a format for lesson plans.Establish importance of data collection for progress-monitoring. Define office vs. classroom handle problem behaviors and define how each type of behavior problem is handled in a flow chart display. Review and revise office discipline referral forms. Engage in action planning for implementation.Explain how acknowledgement systems are a critical feedback mechanism for students/adults. Develop acknowledgement systems at the school wide,classroom level, individual level. Develop feedback protocols based on systems data analysis.

48. Year 2 Day 1 Induction Consortium Inclusive Practices - Option 2: 10/24/2022 - 11/18/2022

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 10/24/2022 to 11/18/2022

This Induction workshop is only for IU 1 Induction Consortium participants. Please inform your district´s Induction Coordinator of your registration.

The workshop provides an overview and history of Least Restrictive Environment; it defines and describes the differences between inclusion, team teaching, and co-teaching.

The workshop also describes the six approaches to co-teaching, classroom strategies for implementing the approaches, and online resources to assist teachers when planning for co-teaching.

In order to receive hours for this workshop, all classwork, including the evaluation, must be completed online through Moodle.

49. Cohort B: PBIS Universal Tier 1 Training Series for High School Teams - Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: PBIS Core Team members, including administrators, are required to attend the sessions together as a team.

Dates: 10/25/2022 to 2/1/2023

Each building will be required to have a signed Commitment to the PaPBS Network Letter prior to attending the first day of training (10-25-2022). Participants MUST attend with their PBIS Core Team members, including administrators, and are required to attend the sessions together as a team.

This cohort will provide guided development with High School building PBIS teams (including Administrators) of their building's Universal Tier 1 PBIS Framework components. It is designed to build foundational skills to meet the needs of PBIS teams who are committed to and participating in the PaPBS Network. Various resources and templates will be discussed, shared, and utilized throughout the training series. PBIS Core Teams will be required to reflect and action plan throughout the training series.

Participants will:Understand the benefits of implementing SWPBIS.Identify and assign team roles and responsibilities.Develop a Student Voice Committee to be involved in development feedback of framework components.Be introduced to a problem solving cycle and fidelity tools. Acquire an understanding of the importance of behavioral expectations.Develop behavioral expectations and matrix addressing all aspects of the school community.Plan to gain staff feedback related to each developed framework component.Understand why and how to teach appropriate behavior.Identify connections to the Danielson Model.Analyze the results of the Self-Assessment Survey.Identify a format for lesson plans.Establish importance of data collection for progress-monitoring.Define office vs.classroom handle problem behaviors and define how each type of behavior problem is handled in a flow chart display.Review and revise office discipline referral forms.Engage in action planning for implementation.Explain how acknowledgement systems are a critical feedback mechanism for students/adults.Develop acknowledgement systems at the school wide, classroom level, individual level.Develop feedback protocols based on systems data analysis.

50. Verbal Behavior Team Select Yr. 4-Invitation Only

Program: Training and Consultation

Audience: Autism, Special Educators, paraprofessionals, SLP, administrators

Dates: 10/26/2022

This training series will provide intensive training and guided practice in teaching skills for applied behavior analytic interventions incorporating an analysis of verbal behavior. It is designed to meet the needs of teams who are participating in the PaTTAN Autism Initiative: Intermediate Unit One ABA/VB efforts. Focus will be on skills related to teaching students with autism and related developmental disorders. The training series will involve having participants demonstrate skills related to identifying the verbal operants and other ABA concepts, demonstrating procedures for skills streaming. The training will include an overview of Skills Streaming deriving student programs based on the assessment outcomes. Participants will be required to demonstrate acquisition of conceptual skills through oral assessments, complete guided and independent activities, and demonstrate implementation of various teaching protocols.

Participants will: Plan social interaction instruction: including peer to peer mand procedures, establish peers as conditioned reinforcers, teaching peers to play with one another. 2. Administer and score peer-to-peer manding session- structured and regular with data. 3. Demonstrate procedures for setting up programs with peers as conditioned reinforcers; including systematic procedures used with data. 4. Demonstrate ability to conduct a sample Skills Streaming lesson(play or leisure) and take data.

Teacher must be registered to attend Fall ABA Bootcamp or have previously attended ABA Boot Camp and must have the Autism Verbal Behavior Team Select: Intructional materials available prior to first consultation.

This Induction workshop is only for IU 1 Induction Consortium participants. Please inform your district´s Induction Coordinator of your registration.

In this workshop, you will gain the understanding that all educators, regardless of race, skin color, ethnicity, gender identity, age, nationality, language, class, economic status, ability, sexual orientation, religion, and other identity markers have a responsibility to provide fair and equitable access to all educators, learners, their families, and the larger ecosystem of which they are a part of.

52. Year 1 Days 3 and 4 School Law and Technology Integration - Option 1: 1/09/2023 - 2/03/2023

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 1/9/2023 to 2/3/2023

This course is only for IU 1 Induction Consortium participants. Please inform your district´s Induction Coordinator of your registration.

Course Description: This course is divided into two sections, which means 2 weeks for School Law and 2 weeks for Technology Integration. This course is designed to meet the requirement for Year 1 Days 3 & 4 for IU 1 Induction Consortium Schools and teachers in grades K-12. Participants in the course will have hands on experience with the T-Pack model, Google, PLN's, and educational websites using the Internet. Participants in the course will be required to complete pre and post tests and develop at least one lesson integrating technology and complete an action plan for implementation. The second half of the course will take pre and post-tests in school law. In addition, participants will write a paper summarizing a court case that they have read. Both sections of this course address the standards of behavior, values, and principles that inform and guide professional decision-making of behavior, which are detailed in the Pennsylvania Model Code of Ethics for Educators.

This Induction workshop is only for IU 1 Induction Consortium participants. Please inform your district´s Induction Coordinator of your registration.

In this workshop, you will gain the understanding that all educators, regardless of race, skin color, ethnicity, gender identity, age, nationality, language, class, economic status, ability, sexual orientation, religion, and other identity markers have a responsibility to provide fair and equitable access to all educators, learners, their families, and the larger ecosystem of which they are a part of.

54. Year 1 Days 3 and 4 School Law and Technology Integration - Option 2 : 2/13/2023 - 3/10/2023

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 2/13/2023 to 3/10/2023

This course is only for IU 1 Induction Consortium participants. Please inform your district´s Induction Coordinator of your registration.

Course Description: This course is divided into two sections, which means 2 weeks for School Law and 2 weeks for Technology Integration. This course is designed to meet the requirement for Year 1 Days 3 & 4 for IU 1 Induction Consortium Schools and teachers in grades K-12. Participants in the course will have hands on experience with the T-Pack model, Google, PLN's, and educational websites using the Internet. Participants in the course will be required to complete pre and post tests and develop at least one lesson integrating technology and complete an action plan for implementation. The second half of the course will take pre and post-tests in school law. In addition, participants will write a paper summarizing a court case that they have read. Both sections of this course address the standards of behavior, values, and principles that inform and guide professional decision-making of behavior, which are detailed in the Pennsylvania Model Code of Ethics for Educators.