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1. Music Educators Professional Development - *** REGISTER BY JANUARY 19 ***

Program: SCI - Base - Other

Audience: Music Educators

Dates: 1/22/2018

Starting Soon
Overview:

The New York State Band Directors Association, Broome County Music Educators Association, and Broome-Tioga BOCES will be co-sponsoring a Region 3 Music Educators Workshop, hosted by Maine-Endwell Central School District. This day of professional development will feature valuable clinic sessions presented by the area’s finest music educators, covering a variety of current music education topics.

2. Flipped Classroom

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/25/2018 to 5/9/2018

Starting Soon
Overview:

In this workshop, teachers will learn the ins and outs of the flipped classroom model. It will encompass the who, what, when, why and how of the flipped classroom. This workshop will provide key aspects in how to create engaging technology-based lessons, enhance student to student and student to teacher communications and interactions.

Outcomes:

- Identify the critical attributes/essential components of a flipped classroom

- Identify the pros and cons of a flipped classroom

- Describe how instructional decisions impact the effectiveness of a flipped classroom

Tags: Flipped Classroom, flip

3. Math Work Stations - PK-5

Program: Math

Audience: Grades K-5 Teachers

Dates: 1/25/2018 to 3/6/2018

Starting Soon
Overview:

This session has a focus on guided math and small group work. Individuals will discuss best practice in managing individual stations and rotations while keeping engagement and learning up.

Outcomes:

- Develop routines that facilitate movement and productive independent work.

- Create station plans that help students master specific standards and fluencies.

- Identify core math topics and materials needed for various stations.

Tags: Stations, math, centers, guided groups

4. Administrative Overview - PBIS - Invitation only - BT

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Superintendents, administrators, dean of students, related service providers, possible coaches

Dates: 1/25/2018

Starting Soon
Overview:

Superintendents, administrators, dean of students, related service providers, possible coaches

Outcomes:

- Review response to intervention for mult-tiered systems of support for behavior

- Look at examples of schools in implementation

- Determine next steps for commitment

5. Engaging Students in the K-5 Math Classroom

Program: Math

Audience: Grades K-5 Teachers

Dates: 1/30/2018 to 3/27/2018

Overview:

This course is designed to give participants strategies for engaging students in the math classroom. Participants will see how cooperative learning strategies and effective feedback can promote a positive learning environment where all students are engaged and accountable. Participants will also see how to engage students through high quality fluency progressions and problem solving.

Outcomes:

- Describe how cooperative learning can impact engagement and accountability into the math classroom

- Design an action plan to increase engagement in the math classroom

Tags: Enagement, cooperative learning, math

6. Supporting Young Students With Challenging Behaviors (BT BOCES)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 1/30/2018

Overview:

Understand evidenced-based practices for promoting positive behavior in young children. Use the behavior pathway to understand students’ function of behavior. Discuss trauma-informed responses to behavior.

Outcomes:

- Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors using function-based thinking and the behavior pathway

- Choose and teach replacement behaviors that mold students’ behavior

- Utilize appropriate data collection systems to progress monitor individual student behavior plans

- Gain strategies to de-escalate student behaviors

7. Lead Evaluator Training for NEW Administrators

Program: SCI - Base - Other

Audience: New Lead Evaluators

Dates: 1/31/2018 to 2/27/2018

New
Overview:

This training supports districts in training NEW Lead Evaluators, Impartial/Independent Evaluators, and Peer Observers in accordance with the requirements of Education Law 3012-d. The learning opportunities are aligned to all nine training components required for certification. Inter-rater reliability and inter-rater agreement will be assessed during the training process.

Outcomes:

As a result of the initial training, participants will:

- Collect evidence

- Align the evidence with the rubric

- Score teacher/principal performance

- Conduct a "post conference/coaching session" with a teacher/principal

8. Supporting Young Students With Challenging Behaviors (GST)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 2/1/2018

Overview:

Understand evidenced-based practices for promoting positive behavior in young children. Use the behavior pathway to understand students’ function of behavior. Discuss trauma-informed responses to behavior.

Outcomes:

- Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors using function-based thinking and the behavior pathway

- Choose and teach replacement behaviors that mold students’ behavior

- Utilize appropriate data collection systems to progress monitor individual student behavior plans

- Gain strategies to de-escalate student behaviors

9. Understanding the Enduring Issues Essay (New Global Regents Exam)

Program: Social Studies

Audience: Grades 6-10 Teachers, Administrators

Dates: 2/2/2018

Closed
Overview:

Donna Merlau and Dan King, from NYSED Office of State Assessment, will present an overview on the development of the Framework-based Regents Examination in Global History and Geography.

Participants will examine in-depth the Part 3 prototype of the Enduring Issues Essay. They will then work in small groups with provided documents to develop an Enduring Issues Essay, identifying enduring issues within each of the documents and mapping the documents to the Grade 10 Framework. Strategies for introducing this process to students and teaching students the necessary skills will be discussed. Participants will be able to use this experience to begin developing Enduring Issues Essays for use in their classrooms and schools.

Outcomes:

- Describe the format of the Enduring Issues Essay

- Identify Enduring Issues and Implications for Instruction & Assessment

Tags: social studies, global regents

10. Standards Based IEP - GST

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, General Education Teachers, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders

Dates: 2/2/2018

Overview:

This training is designed to explain the meaning of a standards based IEP, examine the process of aligning IEPs to Common Core Learning Standards and providing resources to identify and support student goals.

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize and define a "standards-based IEP” and the steps for its development.

- Explore key resources related to the standards.

- Identify goals that move students toward participating more fully in the curriculum.

11. External Review for NYS Career and Technical Education Program Approval

Program: Broome-Tioga BOCES Professional Development Offerings

Audience: High School--English, Math, Science Teachers

Dates: 2/6/2018

Overview:

Description: The New York State Program Approval Process for Career and Technical Education programs raises the quality and rigor of courses while preparing students for employment and post-secondary study. Approved programs help students attain an industry-recognized credential or lead to a certificate at the post-secondary level. They offer opportunities for students to apply academic concepts to real-world situations, prepare for industry-based assessments or certifications, earn college credit or advanced standing, and participate in work-based learning opportunities to demonstrate mastery of skills essential in the workplace.

Outcomes:

In order to create a program of high quality, teachers from related academic areas work collaboratively with teachers from career and technical education to align learning standards in order to give experience in hands-on application of content. This process increases student achievement in all areas of academic and professional experience.

12. Collaboration, Co-Plan and Co-Teach - BT

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Teaching teams of General Education Teachers, Co-Teachers, Consultant Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 2/7/2018

Closed
Overview:

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize Federal and State Regulatory Terms.

- Examine, summarize and discuss NYSED related documents.

- Investigate and implement NYSED document related to Specially Designed Instruction.

- Identify and implement collaborative documents.

- Distinguish between different co-teaching models.

13. Supporting Young Students With Challenging Behaviors (DCMO)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 2/7/2018

Overview:

Understand evidenced-based practices for promoting positive behavior in young children. Use the behavior pathway to understand students’ function of behavior. Discuss trauma-informed responses to behavior.

Outcomes:

- Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors using function-based thinking and the behavior pathway

- Choose and teach replacement behaviors that mold students’ behavior

- Utilize appropriate data collection systems to progress monitor individual student behavior plans

- Gain strategies to de-escalate student behaviors

14. Supporting Young Students With Challenging Behaviors (Oneonta)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 2/8/2018

Overview:

Understand evidenced-based practices for promoting positive behavior in young children. Use the behavior pathway to understand students’ function of behavior. Discuss trauma-informed responses to behavior.

Outcomes:

- Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors using function-based thinking and the behavior pathway

- Choose and teach replacement behaviors that mold students’ behavior

- Utilize appropriate data collection systems to progress monitor individual student behavior plans

- Gain strategies to de-escalate student behaviors

15. Digital Formative Assessment Development

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Teachers K-12

Dates: 2/9/2018

Overview:

This workshop will focus on the core ideas of what are best practices of formative assessment development and how we can utilize a variety of digital formative assessment platforms to better inform our teaching practices.

Outcomes:

- Define Formative Assessment

- Identify characteristics of high quality formative assessment

- Justify new student learning targets based on data

- Design Digital Formative Assessments

- Identify and label critical attributes of designed formative assessments

Tags: Formative assessment, digital, edtech

16. Reading and Writing Argumentation in the HS ELA Classroom

Program: Literacy

Audience: Teachers of HS ELA, including special education and literacy teachers

Dates: 2/9/2018 to 4/19/2018

Description:

This three-session series will address unpacking of argumentative text as well as composition of argument. We will discuss ways to engage students in writing as inquiry, starting with strategies for helping students enter the world of argumentation—to read to unpack argumentative text and to answer various self-selected questions. We will then move to strategies for engaging students in crafting arguments, using the rhetorical appeals they’ve studied as readers.

Outcomes:

- Identify hallmarks of argumentation in the tradition of Aristotle and explain how this supports students’ readiness for life beyond high school

- Identify mentor texts for argumentation

- Identify strategies for reading and analyzing rhetorically: Read for occasion, audience, and purpose

- Explain how writers use rhetorical appeals to craft arguments

- Describe strategies to engage students in the study and use of rhetorical appeals

17. Transition Assessment Makes IEP Writing Easy! - OAOC BOCES - Milford

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Middle and High School Teachers, District Transition Coordinators, School Counselors, Related Service Providers.

Dates: 2/9/2018

Overview:

Transition Assessment is a requirement that informs multiple areas of a student’s IEP. Beginning at age 12 and updated annually, formal and informal transition assessments support the development of realistic measurable post-secondary goals.

Outcomes:

- Practice using transition assessments related to self-determination, independent living, education and employment

- Select age appropriate transition assessments

- Use transition assessment data in IEP development

18. Focus on Effective Teaching - Spring Regional Cohort

Program: Classroom Practices

Audience: PK-12 Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 2/13/2018 to 4/17/2018

Overview:

What do I want students to learn? How will I teach so all students learn? How will I know if students have learned? How will I respond if they have or have not learned? Teachers make many decisions each day when they enter a classroom. This professional development opportunity will focus on the instructional decisions teachers make and how research-based strategies can be applied so that all students are successful. Explicit links will be made to district approved APPR documents.

Outcomes:

- Define the principles of learning and their critical attributes

- Describe the impact that each principle of learning has on student learning

- Design lessons that incorporate the principles of learning

Participation includes one onsite coaching visit from the instructors. Scheduling TBD by instructors and participants.

Tags: effective teaching , NYS teaching standards, assessment , great teachers and great leaders APPR/teacher evaluation, motivation, brain friendly teaching

19. New Team Training – Tier 1 PBIS – Cohort A - Invitation only - BT

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Team members from each district/school – invite only

Dates: 2/14/2018 to 6/6/2018

Overview:

New team training for new teams in the GST Region for PBIS.

Outcomes:

- Teams will explore and begin implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

All team members must attend all training dates/times

20. ONC Transition Work Group - ONC

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Middle and High School Special Education Teachers, CSE Chairpersons, Educators, Adult Agency Personnel, District Transition Coordinators, School Counselors, Related Service Providers. Teachers who work with transition aged youth are strongly encouraged to attend.

Dates: 2/14/2018

Overview:

Transition Work Group (TWGs) exist across New York State and are viewed as a “best practice” for the development of quality transition planning and implementation at the district and the regional level.

Outcomes:

- Implement evidence based practices for transition

- Build teaching resources

- Establish local agency connections

- Gain current knowledge of policy, regulation, and NYSED forms

*PLEASE NOTE: LOCATION ALTERNATES

21. Guide to Quality IEPs - BT

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders, Guidance Counselors, and Agency staff, Parents

Dates: 2/15/2018

Overview:

This training is developed in order to support the development of an Individualized Education Program. The training provides extensive information on all components of State mandated IEP consistent with laws and regulations.

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Review components of the State Required IEP as supported in the NYSED issued Guide to Quality IEPs document.

- Execute a step by step approach for IEP development.

- Model and practice use of an IEP graphic organizer to link a student’s present levels of performance, goals, and recommendations.

- Evaluate individual IEP’s.

22. Function Based Assessments, Behavior Intervention Plans - Spring - ONC

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: K-12 general and special education teachers

Dates: 2/15/2018 to 3/1/2018

Overview:

This session will provide an introduction to the concepts and systems necessary to utilize Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Planning (FBA-BIP) to support students with challenging behavior. These sessions will focus specifically on the processes and tools needed to assist coaches, facilitators and problem-solving teams in planning, implementing, and evaluating FBA-BIP.

Outcomes:

- Review NYS Regulations

- Define behavior and the purpose it serves

- Practice developing hypotheses statements

- Examine data collection tools & web-related resources

- Review district forms for critical elements

- Utilize a competing behavior pathway to align function of behavior to interventions

- Examine & discuss intervention ideas for replacement behaviors

- Examine tools for progress monitoring

- Action plan for next steps for a team approach

Participants must attend both sessions.

23. Supporting Intermediate & Middle School Grade-Level Writers in the Writing Workshop Framework - Part 4

Program: Literacy

Audience: Teachers of ELA in the intermediate & middle school grades, including special education and literacy teachers.

Dates: 2/21/2018

Description: This four-part series is designed to support intermediate teachers as they implement a writing workshop framework. Participation in each of the four sessions is not required; that is, participants may attend any session without obligation to attend the others.

Outcomes:

- Tools and strategies for supporting writers in a digital workshop environment

24. Resources & Readers: Collection Development Tips & Tools to Match Your Collection to Your "Customers"

Program: School Library

Audience: Grades K-12 Librarians

Dates: 2/22/2018

Overview:

Collection development is the process of analyzing, selecting, weeding, and organizing your digital and print library resources. In this session, participants will identify practical ways to approach each element of collection development, describe strategies for matching resources to readers, and share personal successes with the group.

25. Designing Successful Classrooms - Spring - ONC

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: General and special education teachers

Dates: 2/28/2018 to 3/8/2018

Overview:

Designing Successful Classrooms offer research based strategies for increasing instructional time and student engagement, while decreasing the likelihood that problem behavior occurs.

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Establish effective strategies, interventions and practices

- Self-Assess & discuss current practices for effectiveness

- Reflect & action plan for immediate implementation of:

o Expectations & rules

o Routines & procedures

o Acknowledgement systems

o Proactive consequences

26. Preschool Roundtable (GST)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Preschool and UPK Directors, Teachers, and Staff

Dates: 3/7/2018 to 5/18/2018

Overview:

Understand evidenced-based practices for promoting positive behavior in young children. Topics to include: Teaching Pyramid Model, Executive Function, Function-based thinking about behavior. Time given to share ideas and resources with colleagues.

Outcomes:

- Develop strategies to help students with challenging behaviors in your classroom.

- Explore ways to help young children develop executive function skills

- Respond to challenging behaviors in ways that de-escalate the situation

Session 1: Teaching Pyramid Model Overview Session 2: Thinking Functionally About Behavior Session 3: Executive Function Skills Session 4: Responding to Challenging Behaviors

27. Specially Designed Instruction – Why, What, Who, Where and How - GST

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Dates: 3/8/2018

Overview:

This training is designed to answer why we use specially designed instruction. What it is. Who implements specially designed instruction. Where and how we use specially designed instruction to support student learning.

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize and describe Universal Design for Learning, Scaffolding, and Explicit Instruction.

- Define the why, the what, the who, the where and the how of Specially Designed Instruction.

- Discuss New York State Regulations as it relates to Specially Designed Instruction.

- Examine implementation of Specially Designed Instruction through instructional planning.

28. Strategies for Helping Students Access Complex Text in Grades 6-12 Science Classroom

Program: Literacy

Audience: 6-12 teachers of science, any teachers supporting science 6-12

Dates: 3/12/2018

Description:

This session will focus on instructional strategies teachers can use to engage students in comprehending complex scientific text. Participants will read complex scientific text, experience several analysis strategies in action, and leave with a plan for implementing a lesson or series of lessons using complex text in their classrooms.

Outcomes:

- Read and unpack scientific text to identify critical supports for students comprehension of these texts

- Describe a variety of scaffolding strategies to support students’ comprehension of challenging text

- Apply your learning about strategies to an upcoming lesson

29. Coaching Course III: Health Sciences Applied to Coaching

Program: Coaching

Audience: Coaches

Dates: 3/12/2018 to 5/21/2018

Course Description

The course is a series of interactive exercise and activities designed to study Health Sciences as they apply to coaching sports. Through these activities, exercises and health application to coaching topics, participants will gain information, organize it for professional and personal use, and apply it to their particular programs. Health Sciences as applied to coaching will also help define: selected principles of biology, anatomy, physiology, kinesiology related to coaching; risk minimization; mixed competition; NYSED selection and classification of athletes; age and maturity of athletes.

This 45-hour course is divided into three parts:

1. Philosophy, Physiology and Psychology (9 hours)

2. Fitness, Conditioning, Sport-Specific Training, Nutrition, and Weight Management (24 hours)

3. Current and On-going Health Issues and Administrative Procedures (12 hours)

The course is scheduled to meet for nine (3 hour) classes and will also have six (3 hour) online sessions.

Dates: Mar 12, 19, 26, Apr 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21 (one class per week), 6-9 pm

Online assignments will be due by 6 pm on the following dates: Mar 19, Apr 9, 23, May 7, 21

Cost: $393

Payment by personal check or money order should be made payable to BT BOCES and directed to BT BOCES c/o M. Fissel 435 Glenwood Rd. Binghamton, NY 13905.

30. Kathleen Odean: Best Books for Young Adults

Program: School Library

Audience: Intermediate, Middle and High School Librarians, ELA Teachers, and Literacy Specialists.

Dates: 3/14/2018

Overview:

Join young adult book aficionado Kathleen Odean as she shares the best books of 2017, non-fiction/fiction connections, and innovative ways to promote reading.

Outcomes:

- Identify the best non-fiction/fiction books of 2017 for secondary readers

- Learn best practices for promoting books

- Create connections between new materials and the CCLS

* Lunch will be provided

31. Kathleen Odean: Best Books for Elementary Readers

Program: School Library

Audience: Elementary Library Media Specialists, ELA teachers, and literacy specialists

Dates: 3/15/2018

Overview:

Join Kathleen Odean, children's and YA book expert, for a fast paced session with best new book recommendations and practical strategies for promoting books and motivating reluctant readers.

Outcomes:

- Identify the best non-fiction/fiction books of 2017 for elementary readers

- Learn best practices for booktalking/promoting books for elementary readers

- Create connections between new materials and the NYS Standards

* Lunch will be provided

32. Specially Designed Instruction – Why, What, Who, Where and How - BT

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders, Guidance Counselors, and Agency staff, Parents.

Dates: 3/15/2018

Overview:

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize and describe Universal Design for Learning, Scaffolding, and Explicit Instruction.

- Define the why, the what, the who, the where and the how of Specially Designed Instruction.

- Discuss New York State Regulations as it relates to Specially Designed Instruction.

- Examine implementation of Specially Designed Instruction through instructional planning.

33. Preschool Roundtable (Oneonta)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Preschool and UPK Directors, Teachers, and Staff

Dates: 3/15/2018 to 5/3/2018

Overview:

Understand evidenced-based practices for promoting positive behavior in young children. Topics to include: Teaching Pyramid Model, Executive Function, Function-based thinking about behavior. Time given to share ideas and resources with colleagues.

Outcomes:

- Develop strategies to help students with challenging behaviors in your classroom.

- Explore ways to help young children develop executive function skills

- Respond to challenging behaviors in ways that de-escalate the situation

Session 1: Teaching Pyramid Model Overview Session 2: Thinking Functionally About Behavior Session 3: Executive Function Skills Session 4: Responding to Challenging Behaviors

34. 3rd Annual Southern Tier Math Conference

Program: Math

Audience: PK-12 Teachers

Dates: 3/15/2018

Overview:

An afterschool math conference providing teachers with opportunities to learn and present exemplar lessons, techniques and technology.

Outcomes:

Teachers will present on a variety of effective instructional topics, including:

- Sharing innovative instructional approaches

- Discovering how to deploy technology to support student learning

- Practicing progressions of learning that make learning engaging and impactful

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Conference

35. ONC Transition Work Group - ONC

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Middle and High School Special Education Teachers, CSE Chairpersons, Educators, Adult Agency Personnel, District Transition Coordinators, School Counselors, Related Service Providers. Teachers who work with transition aged youth are strongly encouraged to attend.

Dates: 3/21/2018

Overview:

Transition Work Group (TWGs) exist across New York State and are viewed as a “best practice” for the development of quality transition planning and implementation at the district and the regional level.

Outcomes:

- Implement evidence based practices for transition

- Build teaching resources

- Establish local agency connections

- Gain current knowledge of policy, regulation, and NYSED forms

*PLEASE NOTE: LOCATION ALTERNATES

36. Portable Planetarium Training

Program: Science

Audience: Participating Districts K-12 Science Teachers

Dates: 3/21/2018

New
Overview:

In this workshop participants will learn how to set up, use and pack up the Digital Dome portable planetarium. Participants will have the opportunity to try out the many different features of the Dome and collaborate with other participants on potential uses in the classroom. This training is required in order to sign out and use the Digital Dome. Schools must also be a participant in the Regional Science program.

*Bring a device that can connect to the internet

Outcomes:

- Be able to set up, use and take down the Digital Dome.

- Identify potential/planned uses with students.

Tags: planetarium

37. Goal Writing and Progress Monitoring - Oneonta

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders, Guidance Counselors, and Agency staff, Parents

Dates: 3/22/2018

Overview:

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Review components of a compliant goal.

- Learn a process to unpack annual goals.

- Create appropriate goals based on the Present Levels of Performance (PLPs).

- Model and practice use of an IEP graphic organizer to link a student’s PLPs, goals, and recommendations.

- Evaluate IEP goals and set up a schedule and process for progress monitoring.

- Explore how progress monitoring data informs instruction and the IEP.

38. Guide to Quality IEPs - GST

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders, Guidance Counselors, and Agency staff, Parents

Dates: 3/28/2018

Overview:

This training is developed in order to support the development of an Individualized Education Program. The training provides extensive information on all components of State mandated IEP consistent with laws and regulations.

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Review components of the State Required IEP as supported in the NYSED issued Guide to Quality IEPs document.

- Execute a step by step approach for IEP development

- Model and practice use of an IEP graphic organizer to link a student’s present levels of performance, goals, and recommendations.

- Evaluate individual IEP’s.

39. Standards Based IEP - BT

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, General Education Teachers, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders

Dates: 3/29/2018

Overview:

This training is designed to explain the meaning of a standards based IEP, examine the process of aligning IEPs to Common Core Learning Standards and providing resources to identify and support student goals.

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize and define a "standards-based IEP” and the steps for its development.

- Explore key resources related to the standards.

- Identify goals that move students toward participating more fully in the curriculum.

40. Specially Designed Instruction – Why, What, Who, Where and How - Oneonta

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Educators, Related Service Providers, Administrators, CSE Chairpersons, Instructional Leaders, Guidance Counselors, and Agency staff, Parents.

Dates: 4/5/2018

Overview:

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize and describe Universal Design for Learning, Scaffolding, and Explicit Instruction.

- Define the why, the what, the who, the where and the how of Specially Designed Instruction.

- Discuss New York State Regulations as it relates to Specially Designed Instruction.

- Examine implementation of Specially Designed Instruction through instructional planning.

41. Don’t Let Young Children’s Challenging Behaviors Challenge You! (GST)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 4/13/2018

Overview:

Explore universal and targeted interventions that encourage positive behavior and help students gain social-emotional skills. Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors and discuss trauma-informed responses.

Outcomes:

- Develop strategies to teach positive behaviors and social emotional skills in your classroom

- Use the Behavior Pathway to discover function of behavior

- Gain strategies to de-escalate students in crisis

42. Don’t Let Young Children’s Challenging Behaviors Challenge You! (BT BOCES)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 4/18/2018

Overview:

Explore universal and targeted interventions that encourage positive behavior and help students gain social-emotional skills. Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors and discuss trauma-informed responses.

Outcomes:

- Develop strategies to teach positive behaviors and social emotional skills in your classroom

- Use the Behavior Pathway to discover function of behavior

- Gain strategies to de-escalate students in crisis

43. Media Library Services STEM Playground - Grades K-12

Program: School Library

Audience: Grades K-12 Teachers, Administrators

Dates: 4/23/2018

Overview:

Explore the STEM resources our Media Library Services has available for loan during this half-day session. Participants will have the opportunity to learn the basics of how to use various STEM-focused resources, explore independently, and plan for instructional use and implementation.

Outcomes:

- Identify resources to integrate STEM into classroom/library curriculums

- Build lessons integrating Media Library Services STEM resources into instruction

Tags: Media Library, technology, STEM

44. Don’t Let Young Children’s Challenging Behaviors Challenge You! (DCMO)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 4/24/2018

Overview:

Explore universal and targeted interventions that encourage positive behavior and help students gain social-emotional skills. Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors and discuss trauma-informed responses.

Outcomes:

- Develop strategies to teach positive behaviors and social emotional skills in your classroom

- Use the Behavior Pathway to discover function of behavior

- Gain strategies to de-escalate students in crisis

45. Teaching Grades 1-12 ELA through Coding and Robotics

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Grades 1-12 Teachers

Dates: 4/25/2018

Overview:

This workshop will focus on exploring how we can use coding and robotics in the ELA classroom to help facilitate technical writing and narrative writing.

Outcomes:

-Create ELA lessons integrating coding and robotics

-Identify key attributes of coding and robotics that will facilitate technical writing and narrative writing experiences for ELA students

Tags: ELA, edtech

46. ONC Transition Work Group - ONC

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Middle and High School Special Education Teachers, CSE Chairpersons, Educators, Adult Agency Personnel, District Transition Coordinators, School Counselors, Related Service Providers. Teachers who work with transition aged youth are strongly encouraged to attend.

Dates: 4/25/2018

Overview:

Transition Work Group (TWGs) exist across New York State and are viewed as a “best practice” for the development of quality transition planning and implementation at the district and the regional level.

Outcomes:

- Implement evidence based practices for transition

- Build teaching resources

- Establish local agency connections

- Gain current knowledge of policy, regulation, and NYSED forms

*PLEASE NOTE: LOCATION ALTERNATES

47. World Language Digital Learning PLC

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Grades 6-12 Teachers

Dates: 4/26/2018

Overview:

Join your colleagues for this content-specific Schoology day. The session will be dedicated to collaborating with others in the same field of study to identify successful blended learning strategies and best practices that apply both to online learning and online classroom management.

Outcomes:

-Identify best practices of classroom management in an online environment.

-Identify key attributes in building a successful online classroom.

Tags: social learning networks, hyrbid class, Schoology

48. Don’t Let Young Children’s Challenging Behaviors Challenge You! (Oneonta)

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: PreK-Grade 2 Teachers, Staff, Administrators

Dates: 4/26/2018

Overview:

Explore universal and targeted interventions that encourage positive behavior and help students gain social-emotional skills. Reframe approaches to challenging behaviors and discuss trauma-informed responses.

Outcomes:

- Develop strategies to teach positive behaviors and social emotional skills in your classroom

- Use the Behavior Pathway to discover function of behavior

- Gain strategies to de-escalate students in crisis

49. Collaboration, Co-Plan and Co-Teach - DCMO

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Teaching teams of General Education Teachers, Co-Teachers, Consultant Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 5/3/2018

Overview:

Outcomes:

Participants will:

- Recognize Federal and State Regulatory Terms.

- Examine, summarize and discuss NYSED related documents.

- Investigate and implement NYSED document related to Specially Designed Instruction.

- Identify and implement collaborative documents.

- Distinguish between different co-teaching models.

50. NYS Science Assessment Facilitator Training - Grade 4

Program: Science

Audience: Teachers that will be setting up and administering the 4th grade Science Performance exam

Dates: 5/7/2018

Overview:

In this workshop, participants will be immersed in the set-up and administration of the 4th grade Science Performance Exam as well as the rating of both the Performance and Written Exams.

Outcomes:

- Prepare, set-up, administer, and rate the Grade 4 Science Performance Test.

- Define the procedure for the administration and rating of the Grade 4 Science Written Test.

- Define the NYS regulations regarding the integrity of district scoring.

Tags: science, science assessment, NYSSLS, NGSS, 4th grade

51. Teaching World Language Through Coding and Robotics

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Grades 6-12 Teachers

Dates: 5/7/2018

Overview:

This workshop will focus on exploring how we can use coding and robotics in the world language classroom to help facilitate technical writing, narrative writing, and vocabulary acquisition.

Outcomes:

- Create lessons integrating coding and robotics

- Identify key attributes of coding and robotics that will facilitate technical writing, narrative writing, and vocabulary acquisition.

Tags: Foreign Language, world language, ed tech

52. NYS Science Assessment Facilitator Training - Grade 8

Program: Science

Audience: Teachers that will be setting up and administering the 4th grade Science Performance exam

Dates: 5/9/2018

Overview:

In this workshop, participants will be immersed in the set-up and administration of the 8th grade Science Performance Exam as well as the rating of both the Performance and Written exams.

Outcomes:

- Prepare, set-up, administer, and rate the Grade 8 Science Performance Test.

- Define the procedure for the administration and rating of the Grade 8 Science Written Test.

- Define the NYS regulations regarding the integrity of district scoring.

Tags: science, science assessment, NYSSLS, NGSS, 8th grade

53. Creating Classroom Math Videos for Beginners

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Grades K-12 Teachers

Dates: 5/14/2018

Overview:

Learn how to create classroom videos for your students to use as instructional pieces or review. This workshop will explore different platforms for creating videos and identify the process of how to get those videos out to students to view.

Outcomes:

- Create instructional videos that are aligned to content standards

Tags: Edtech, technology, videos

54. Integrating Robotics into Curriculum with Hummingbird Robotics - MUST REGISTER BY 4.26.18

Program: Model Schools/Instructional Technology

Audience: Grades 3-12 Teachers

Dates: 5/16/2018

Overview:

This is an introductory session for teachers in learning how to integrate robotics into curriculum through the use of the Hummingbird Microcontroler and Scratch programming language. Participants will learns the ins and outs of the Hummingbird and how to build and program their first crafty robot.

**Important** This workshop has a fee of $128.00 per attendee to cover the cost of the Hummingbird Duo Base Kit for participants to use and take back to their districts.

*** MUST BE REGISTERED & APPROVED BY DISTRICT BY APRIL 26, 2018 FOR KIT PURCHASING ***.

Outcomes:

- Identify the components of the Hummingbird (motors, servos, LED’s, sensors)

- Build meaningful lessons that integrate Hummingbird into curriculum.

- Create Scratch code that programs robot.

- Build a programmable robot.

Tags: Ed Tech, Art, ELA, Business, Library Media, Robotics

55. Sharing the Vision: Future Ready Together - *Register by May 4, 2018*

Program: School Library

Audience: K-12 Librarians and Administrators

Dates: 5/17/2018

Administrators: 8 am - 10 am

Librarians: 8 am - 3 pm

This year’s speaker is Mark Ray, Director of Innovation and Library Services for Vancouver Public Schools and Library Lead for the Future Ready Schools movement. To learn more about Mark, you can read his bio on the Future Ready site and follow him on Twitter at @_TeacherX.

Mark will provide an overview of the Future Ready movement, and lead breakout conversations around topics that arise from your responses to the following question:

“As you think about preparing future ready graduates, what are some challenge or problems that you feel librarians, educators and administrators can work together on?”

Kindly submit your thoughts HERE by April 13th so that Mark can align his plans to your needs.

56. ONC Transition Work Group - ONC

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Middle and High School Special Education Teachers, CSE Chairpersons, Educators, Adult Agency Personnel, District Transition Coordinators, School Counselors, Related Service Providers. Teachers who work with transition aged youth are strongly encouraged to attend.

Dates: 5/23/2018

Overview:

Transition Work Group (TWGs) exist across New York State and are viewed as a “best practice” for the development of quality transition planning and implementation at the district and the regional level.

Outcomes:

- Implement evidence based practices for transition

- Build teaching resources

- Establish local agency connections

- Gain current knowledge of policy, regulation, and NYSED forms

*PLEASE NOTE: LOCATION ALTERNATES

57. New Team Training – Tier 1 PBIS – Cohort A - Invitation only - GST

Program: Special Education:(RSE-TASC)

Audience: Team members from each district/school – invite only

Dates: 11/7/2018 to 3/7/2019

Overview:

New team training for new teams in the GST Region for PBIS.

Outcomes:

- Teams will explore and begin implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

All team members must attend all training dates/times