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1. Emergency Substitute Program

Program: Act 48 Workshops

Audience: Participants interviewed and selected by Human Resources

Dates: 8/2/2021

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Emergency Substitute Online Program

This workshop is for Individuals who have met with the Human Resources Department at Intermediate Unit 1 and who have been instructed to attend in order to become certified as an Emergency Substitute.

Information about starting this course will be sent to your email address.

2. Reimaging Math Instruction

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-6 Elementary Math Instructors

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Whether we are teaching virtual, hybrid, or face-to-face, getting students engaged in math class is always tough. In this session, you will learn strategies on how to spark curiosity and ignite student learning, as well as examine your current "classroom clock" to reimagine your math class! The strategies are quick to learn and easy to implement for your next class!

3. Resource Rescue! Resources for Successful Implementation of Career Readiness Requirements

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Teachers, Administrators, School Counselors and others who deliver Career Readiness activities for evidence for their students.

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Career Ready Resource Rescue is a workshop that will take a deeper dive into resources, materials and programs available to schools to help them meet the Career Readiness Indicator requirements. Participants will be guided deeper into websites such as PDE SAS, Career Ready PA and PAs Career Readiness website to allow them to identify and plan for Career Eductaion for the upcoming year. Prior to the workshop, teachers should create an account at the PDE SAS Portal.

4. Making Small-Group Career Mentoring Work for You

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All educators and administrators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Learn about a small-group model for career mentoring that creates an opportunity for meaningful career mentoring experiences and meets the work-based learning experience requirements for the Future Ready PA Index. This model can be executed in a virtual, hybrid, or in-person setting. The workshop will detail elements of the model, how to implement it, and learnings from the pilot programs. Our small-group career mentoring model has been approved by the PA Department of Education as a choice for the individual career mentoring as described under the work-based learning experience option for an Industry-Based Learning Indicator. Resources will be made available for implementing this model to all participants.

5. Using Google Sites in the Classroom

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 educators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Google Sites provide us and our students with the ability to create beautiful web pages. There are so many other ways to use this tool. In this session, you will learn several tips and tricks you might be surprised to know! Participants will learn several tips and tricks to make the most out of Google Sites in their classroom.

6. Civics Toolkit

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: High School and Middle School Social Studies Teachers, Administrators and Curriculum Directors

Dates: 8/3/2021

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This workshop will go in-depth to the Civics Toolkit, created by PDE to support the Act 35 Civics Assessment Requirement.

7. Engaging ALL students with Nearpod

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 educators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Nearpod is a classroom tool for teachers to engage students with interactive lessons & assessments that students can access on any device. Teachers can control the lesson, pushing content as needed to student devices, or give student access to go through content at their own pace. This session will take you through the basics in getting your classroom "Nearpod-ized"!

8. Universal Design for Learning in ANY Environment

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All educators and administrators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Educators must meet the needs of all learners, regardless of the learning environment. However, it is not the mere setting of the learning environment, that should dictate instructional design. During the design process, educators need to identify and remove barriers that may impede learning and provide options to meet the variability of all learners. During this session, participants will analyze and identify barriers within various instructional settings. They will be introduced to strategies and resources that support flexible opportunities for engagement, representation, and action/expression. As a result of the training, participants will learn that regardless of the environment (virtual or face-to-face), Universal Design for Learning promotes accessible and equitable learning for ALL students.

9. Data Wise for Administrators

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Administrators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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This session will provide a brief overview of Data Wise. Data Wise is a systematic approach to improving teaching and learning, based on research from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Data Wise is designed to support your schools in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning for all students. This session will also include implementing Meeting Wise protocols to assist in running more efficient meetings.

10. Equity with Culturally Responsive Teaching for All Learners

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Educators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Culturally responsive teachers are highly self-reflective and aware that their culture can shape their individual views of the world. They realize their culture, history, and experiences shape the opportunities that they provide to their students. This session will allow teachers to self-reflect on their perceptions of how cultures affect their views of the world and their classroom. Teachers will acquire pedagogy that provides equity for inclusion of all learners in all subject areas.

11. Lending Library: Tools for Early Learners

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators K-3

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Explore several gizmos and gadgets that will take your classroom or makerspace to the next level! This workshop is targeted for K- 3 educators and will focus on incorporating innovative tools from the IU1 Lending Library such as the NEW Finch Robot, Robot Mouse, Bee Bot, Dash and Dot, Snap Circuits, and Osmo. Join us and discover ways these tools can be incorporated into STEM/STEAM lessons, maker activities, and socially distanced learning.

12. Number Sense Strategies

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-2 educators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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This session is ran by a classroom teacher, for classroom teachers! The session will provide participants with evidence-based strategies and routines for improving number sense!

13. OPEN DISCUSSION: Lessons Learned from the Pandemic

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All educators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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Are you looking for a place interact with your colleagues from a variety of school districts to share lessons learned in the classroom during the pandemic? If so, this open discussion session is for you! During this open discussion session, a facilitator will be present top research-based lessons learned from the pandemic. Then, much of this session will be dedicated to participants sharing their own lessons learned from their classrooms during the pandemic. So, please bring your own lessons learned related to curriculum, instruction, and assessment to share with others so that all teachers can grow and learn from one another!

14. Improving Math Class with Open Up Resources

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Math instructors for grades 6-8.

Dates: 8/3/2021

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This session is for classroom teachers, by a classroom teacher! In this session, 6-8 math teachers will learn about the highest rated middle school math curriculum, that happens to also be FREE! Participants will learn how to implement and navigate the curriculum, as well as learn about the support communities!

15. Teacher Self-Care & Mindfulness in the Classroom

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/3/2021

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This session will provide strategies and instruction for a number of stress-relieving and centering activities which can be incorporated into both a individual self-care schedule and your classroom schedule.

16. Intro to Google Jamboard

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Instructors

Dates: 8/4/2021

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When it comes to collaborative tools, nothing beats Google Jamboard. This user-friendly system replicates a traditional meeting whiteboard, allowing participants to share ideas and brainstorm together. This session will give you an overview of how to use Google Jamboard and will provide several tips in maximizing Jamboard in your classroom!

17. StartSOLE 101: Using Questions to Drive Learning

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Any K-12 educator of any content area

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Are you interested in integrating Project-Based Learning, but are intimidated or do not know where to start? StartSOLE offers a simple process to incorporate PBL in as little as one class period, once a week. In this session, you will be introduced to StartSOLE a free tool available for use in both a traditional and remote setting. Join us to learn more about this great resource and how you can begin engaging all of your students in SOLE.

18. The Career Standards and EntreEd

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Interested in incorporating EntreEd into their classrooms.

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Discover how EntreEd can help you tackle the CEW Standards in your classroom. Be introduced to a new entrepreneurial book series, "The Startup Squad". Everyone participant will receive a free copy.

19. Strategies for an Interactive Classroom

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 educators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Participants will learn various strategies to create their interactive classroom.

20. Cultivating Confidence: Empowering Students as SEL Leaders

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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An important component of all social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum is teaching students the basics of character, building and maintaining healthy relationships, and resolving conflict, but all too often, the conversation ends there. Empowering students to put these lessons into action and instilling a sense of confidence is worth the challenge - it will positively impact their personal relationships, their school community, and the world beyond the walls of their classroom - but it's often easier said than done. In this webinar, we will explore the work educators are doing to empower their students with a positive mindset and as leaders within their schools and their communities. Our educator experts will share their best practices for spearheading SEL projects and capstones, addressing and supporting student mindset regardless of your content area, and developing a plan of action to tackle your community's specific social emotional needs.

21. Managing Morale in an Online/Hybrid Environment for Administrators

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All levels of Administration

Dates: 8/4/2021

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The on again, off again craziness of the era of Covid-19 has certainly taken it's toll on educators and students of all levels, including administrators. This workshop will help administrators to recognize when morale is low, and provide tips and strategies for maintaining a positive environment, no matter what type of environment, and plan for ways to improve morale in their school communities.

22. Opportunities around STEM Literacy

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 educators interested in STEM

Dates: 8/4/2021

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This session is a look into opportunities for PD, ways to enhance your STEM literacy lessons in the classroom, and generate ideas around how to incorporate summer STEM programming in your school.

Learn about opportunities for interdisciplinary PD in STEM between departments. Discover ways to enhance your STEM lessons through inexpensive STEM literacy materials and ideas. Generate ideas around how to incorporate STEM summer programming in your school and learn about resources around you that can assist you in the process.

The presenter, Dr. Brooke Stebler, was a former third-grade teacher for 6 years, then a Title I K-6 reading specialist for 9 years, and now a high school assistant principal in Canon-McMillan School District. With extensive experience in the K-12 setting, Dr. Stebler earned her doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh in Language, Literacy, and Culture. She wrote her dissertation on STEM literacy.

23. Computer Science Education: Resources and Strategies for Determining "What Now” and "How”

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Any K-12 educator interested in Computer Science Education

Dates: 8/4/2021

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This session supports K-12 educators in reflecting on computer science (CS) education challenges and possibilities that emerged in 2020-21 and prioritize efforts for the new school year. Participants will explore CSinPA resources, strategies, and opportunities for instructional planning and professional learning.

24. Social Emotional Learning with Move With World

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Move This World is the leading provider of social emotional learning (SEL) multimedia resources for PreK-12 students, educators, and families. Each piece of educational content is delivered through short interactive lessons and is grounded in the goal of empowering students to navigate the rapidly-changing realities of their world - both in the classroom and throughout their lives. Designed for implementation that is both impactful and simple, the MTW platform allows educators and families to incorporate SEL into their students' schedules every day, without planning or prep. The extensive multimedia library provides a robust and engaging daily curriculum- experiences designed to empower students by strengthening the skills that foster wellbeing and establishing a common language among students, educators and families. These multimedia experiences are rooted in creative expression and participatory movement. Move This World has already impacted the lives of over one and a half million students across 38 states. Learn more: movethisworld.com.

25. Building Agency and Community Through Writing Collaborative Poems

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Writing a poem can be an empowering act of creativity. All ages may balk at the idea of creative writing (especially poetry) because it feels so distant and mysterious. However, with a few simple parameters, educators can build students' agency and overall confidence by moving this opaque art from the column of "I could never" to "I did-wow!" Completing this process collaboratively can be an act of community which opens a door to play and possibility in the classroom. This workshop will lead participants in an activity that can be adapted with very low barriers for any grade. We will also talk about how to incorporate curriculum into the process for teachers interested in using creative writing/play to reinforce or introduce subject matter. Expected Outcomes • Gain a tool kit of poetry elements that lend themselves to collaborative writing • Understand some common barriers to writing poetry and how to overcome them • Gain ideas for incorporating class topics into a collaborative, creative writing activity

26. OPEN DISCUSSION: Balancing Act: Teaching Students Online and Face-to-Face Simultaneously

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All educators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Teachers are the top factor in student achievement, but this past year has turned the role of the teacher upside down. During this open discussion session, a facilitator will present some basic research on balancing teaching students synchronously online while simultaneously teaching students face-to-face. Then, much of this session will be dedicated to participants sharing how they have balanced these two environments this past year and how they will continue to address this next school year. Teaching in these two modes synchronously is no easy feat and this open discussion is an opportunity for participants to share ideas regarding teaching synchronously online and face-to-face so that teachers can learn best practices as they plan for next year.

27. Student Collaboration in a Hybrid Setting

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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This session will go over strategies, lessons, and tools that educators can use to encourage students to work collaboratively in a socially distanced physical classroom, hybrid, or remote learning environment. Participants will leave this session with an understanding of strategies, lessons, and tools that can be used to encourage students to work collaboratively in a socially distanced physical classroom, hybrid, or remote learning environment.

28. Bringing Together Esports and Education

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: High School Educators and Administrators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Esports and casual, competitive video gaming is an industry that has recently exploded, and it offers all students an amazing opportunity to enhance social-emotional skills as well as explore a variety of career pathways. Esports affects much of our student population. A recent study shows that 77% of young adult males and 57% of young adult females play electronic games. Utilizing this data, this session will focus on how teachers can embrace esports and its benefits for all students. Many esports resources will be provided!

29. Classroom Procedures and Routines: New Approaches to a Longstanding Challenge

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: All educators

Dates: 8/4/2021

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Presenters will share new and innovative was to develop and implement classroom procedures and routines. Participants are encouraged to share their ideas and experiences with the group.

30. PBS 101 - Early Childhood Track

Program: Summer Institute

Audience: Pre K- 3rd grade educators.

Dates: 8/4/2021

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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.

31. COHORT 23: Assessment and Support

Program: ESL Program Specialist Certification Program*acceptance required*

Dates: 8/20/2021 to 10/3/2021

This course is part of the ESL Certification Program you must be accepted into the program to take this course.

All students must purchase their own textbook.

Required text: Assessing English Language Learners: Bridges from Language Proficiency to Academic Achievement, Author: Margo Gottlieb Publisher: Corwin ISBN:978-0761988892.

This course is designed to expand participants' knowledge of effective assessment practices and support services available for ELL students.

This course is the fifth course in the ESL certification program. This course will allow teachers to gain exposure to the tools necessary to be able to assess English Language Learners appropriately and in a timely way. The course will offer knowledge on benchmarks for different proficiency levels. An ESL teacher will need to know, demonstrate and share knowledge and techniques of appropriate assessment with a range of stakeholders. This will include the ability to implement required testing as well as to make accommodations to such testing where appropriate; the expertise to help colleagues and families understand how assessment can be designed and interpreted to best demonstrate what ELLs know and can do; the use of data generated by multiple measures of assessment to ensure that ELLs have access to a quality language instructional program; and to make forward progress toward benchmarks in language and academic proficiency while enrolled and exited the program.

32. COHORT 24: Observing, Planning, Implementing, and Managing Instruction

Program: ESL Program Specialist Certification Program*acceptance required*

Dates: 8/20/2021 to 10/3/2021

This course is part of the ESL Certification Program you must be accepted into the program to take this course.

The textbook "Teaching English Language Learners: Cultural Implications, Communications, Connections, and Curriculum" will be mailed to you from IU1 before the course begins.

This course will provide an examination of the theories, principles, and practices that assist English language learners in achieving academic proficiency in the content areas. Planning standards-based instruction and adapting instruction in the content areas is emphasized. To promote the academic success of English language learners, teachers will involve the family and community, and analyze the learner to establish learning goals and assessment measures that are appropriate for the individual student.

The ESL teachers will be able to demonstrate knowledge of their ELLs and the role of individual characteristics in the process and outcome of language learning. Drawing upon this knowledge, they will demonstrate an ability to observe and plan standards-based ESL and content instruction for students from K-12. They will use performance-based measures to assess ELLs discrete and integrated ability to use grammar, vocabulary, listening, speaking, reading, and writing to communicate.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.

33. COHORT 25: Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language

Program: ESL Program Specialist Certification Program*acceptance required*

Dates: 8/20/2021 to 10/3/2021

This course is part of the ESL Certification Program you must be accepted into the program to take this course.

There is no textbook for ESL 1.

This is a basic introductory course to English as a Second Language. It will include five domains of teaching English language learners: culture, language, planning instruction, assessment, and professionalism. Emphasis is placed on the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) teaching standards and ESL K-12 standards.

Teachers will examine research-based practices in relation to the five domains and identify their role as an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher.

34. Year 2 Day 1 Induction Consortium Inclusive Practices - Option 1: 9/27/2021 - 10/22/2021

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 9/27/2021 to 10/22/2021

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.

35. Applied Behavioral Strategies (Part 1)

Program: Act 48 Workshops

Audience: Special Education Related Professionals

Dates: 9/30/2021 to 12/16/2021

This 4-day training series is designed to build internal capacity of IU and district special education staff in the areas of creating and maintaining pleasant learning environments, analyzing challenging behaviors, designing appropriate behavior interventions, and evaluating the effectiveness of functional behavior assessments and positive behavior support plans.

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36. Year 1 Days 1 and 2 Induction Consortium Course

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 10/4/2021 to 11/1/2021

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, 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 4 - 15, or October 18 - 29, 2021

Day 2: Instructional Strategies

(choose one set of dates to register for): November 1 - 12 or November 15 - December 3 , 2021

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.


37. Year 2 Day 1 Induction Consortium Inclusive Practices - Option 2: 10/25/2021 - 11/19/2021

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 10/25/2021 to 11/19/2021

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.

38. Introduction to Functional Behavior Assessments and Positive Behavior Support Planning

Program: Act 48 Workshops

Audience: Special Education Related Professionals

Dates: 11/9/2021

This training offers staff the foundational skills in Applied Behavior Analysis and data collection necessary to conduct Functional Behavior Assessments(FBA). Staff will identify guidelines and demonstrate procedures for the FBA and Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP) as well as practice creating effective interventionsthat match the function of behaviors.

39. Applied Behavioral Strategies (part 2)

Program: Act 48 Workshops

Audience: Special Education Related Professionals

Dates: 12/17/2021 to 1/26/2022

This 2-day training series is designed to build internal capacity of IU and district special education staff in further evaluating the effectiveness positive behavior support plans and identifying behavior intervention strategies that align with the principles of behavior and hypothesis statements. In addition, participants will demonstrate the ability to complete a manifestation determination and identify when it is necessary. Participants will gain an understanding of Social Emotional Learning, how trauma effects social emotional learning of students, and identify trauma informed teaching practices that can be utilized in the classroom and school environments for special education students.

40. Year 2 Day 2 Induction Consortium Google Education - Option 1: 1/4/2022 - 1/28/2022

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 1/4/2022 to 1/28/2022

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

In this workshop, participants will learn essential background of the GSuite for Education. They will focus on tools such as Google classroom, Drive, Calendar, Gmail, Sites, Slides, and Chrome and learn effective ways to integrate such tools into their individual settings. The facilitators will also share information about the process in becoming a "Google Educator" for those who wish to pursue that status.

41. Year 1 Days 3 and 4 School Law and Technology Integration - Option 1: 1/10/2022 - 2/4/2022

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 1/10/2022 to 2/4/2022

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.

Objectives: Participants will develop knowledge and skills in integration of technology. Participants identify the crucial areas of school law relevant to working with students, staff, and parents in public and non-public schools.

This registration is only for those in Induction who are attending this CPE Course for Induction as part of the two day course for Induction and Act 48 hours. You will have to attend both days and complete all the course requirements to receive credit.

This is an online course delivered through our Moodle platform. 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.

42. Year 2 Day 2 Induction Consortium Google Education - Option 2: 1/31/2022 - 2/25/2022

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 1/31/2022 to 2/25/2022

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

In this workshop, participants will learn essential background of the GSuite for Education. They will focus on tools such as Google classroom, Drive, Calendar, Gmail, Sites, Slides, and Chrome and learn effective ways to integrate such tools into their individual settings. The facilitators will also share information about the process in becoming a "Google Educator" for those who wish to pursue that status.

43. Year 1 Days 3 and 4 School Law and Technology Integration - Option 2 : 2/21/2022 - 3/18/2022

Program: IU1 District Induction Consortium

Dates: 2/21/2022 to 3/18/2022

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.

Objectives: Participants will develop knowledge and skills in integration of technology. Participants identify the crucial areas of school law relevant to working with students, staff, and parents in public and non-public schools.

This registration is only for those in Induction who are attending this CPE Course for Induction as part of the two day course for Induction and Act 48 hours. You will have to attend both days and complete all the course requirements to receive credit.

This is an online course delivered through our Moodle platform. 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.

44. Introduction to Functional Behavior Assessments and Positive Behavior Support Planning

Program: Act 48 Workshops

Audience: Special Education Related Professionals

Dates: 3/1/2022

This training offers staff the foundational skills in Applied Behavior Analysis and data collection necessary to conduct Functional Behavior Assessments(FBA). Staff will identify guidelines and demonstrate procedures for the FBA and Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP) as well as practice creating effective interventionsthat match the function of behaviors.