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1. Beginning Mand Training Asynchronous Schoology Course

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Teachers, Support Staff (SLPs, OTs, PTs), Paraeducators who work in Autistic Support classrooms, Administrators, Special Education Consultants

Dates: 7/6/2022 to 12/31/2022

This beginner's level course explores manding, beginning with defining what a mand is, moving through motivating operations, teaching procedures, and data collection.

Attendees will receive the Schoology Access Code after successfully registering on Frontline/My Learning Plan.

Course will be available beginning July 6, 2022 through December 31, 2022.

2. DATA and Verbal Behavior-Not Another Four Letter Word Asynchronous Schoology Course

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Teachers, Support Staff (SLPs, OTs, PTs), Paraeducators who work in Autistic Support classrooms, Administrators, Special Education Consultants

Dates: 7/6/2022 to 12/31/2022

This course picks up where the Verbal Behavior and Intensive Teaching left off to answer the questions posed at the end of the course. Participants will take a deeper dive into intensive teaching to explore data systems, reinforcers, mastery of skills, and maintaining a student's variable ratio of reinforcement.

Attendees will receive the Schoology Access Code after successfully registering on Frontline/My Learning Plan.

Course will be available beginning July 6, 2022 through December 31, 2022.

3. Pairing and Reinforcement Asynchronous Schoology Course

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Teachers, Administrators, Paraeducators

Dates: 7/6/2022 to 12/31/2022

In this two-hour course, participants will learn the basics of reinforcement and pairing. Following instruction and video examples, participants will demonstrate how to pair with students as well as define reinforcement and pairing and the applicable variables that effect these procedures. Learn how to connect with your students and bring on the fun!

Course will be available beginning July 6, 2022 through December 31, 2022.

4. Running Successful IT Sessions Asynchronous Schoology Course

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Teachers, Support Staff (SLPs, OTs, PTs), Paraeducators who work in Autistic Support classrooms, Administrators, Special Education Consultants

Dates: 7/6/2022 to 12/31/2022

This intermediate level course will take participants beyond the basic procedures of running intensive teaching. Following the course, participants will describe why fidelity is important, identify and describe expectations within the Intensive Teaching Fidelity Checklist, and relate how the principles of reinforcement apply to intensive teaching sessions.

Attendees will receive the Schoology Access Code after successfully registering on Frontline/My Learning Plan.

Course will be available beginning July 6, 2022 through December 31, 2022.

5. Using the VB-MAPP: From Assessment to Programming Asynchronous Schoology Course

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Teachers, Administrators, Paraeducators

Dates: 7/6/2022 to 12/31/2022

In this six-hour course, participants will analyze WHY the VB-MAPP is beneficial, explore HOW to administer the VB-MAPP assessment, tie assessment to programming, and investigate tips for assessment and programming.

Course will be available beginning July 6, 2022 through December 31, 2022.

6. Verbal Behavior and Intensive Teaching Asynchronous Schoology Course

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Teachers, Support Staff (SLPs, OTs, PTs), Paraeducators who work in Autistic Support classrooms, Administrators, Special Education Consultants

Dates: 7/6/2022 to 12/31/2022

In this beginner's level course, participants will learn to identify examples of the verbal operants and state the procedures for errorless teaching and error-correction.

Attendees will receive the Schoology Access Code after successfully registering on Frontline/My Learning Plan.

Course will be available beginning July 6, 2022 through December 31, 2022.

7. Induction for Unique Roles Videotaped Trainings: School Psychologists YEAR ONE

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 8/11/2022 to 5/31/2023

New
Participants will review a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of School Psychologists. The trainings were completed by a panel of veteran School Psychologists.

8. Induction for Unique Roles Videotaped Trainings: School Psychologists YEAR THREE

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 8/11/2022 to 5/31/2023

New
Participants will review a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of School Psychologists. The trainings were completed by a panel of veteran School Psychologists.

9. Induction for Unique Roles Videotaped Trainings: School Psychologists YEAR TWO

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 8/11/2022 to 5/31/2023

New
Participants will review a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of School Psychologists. The trainings were completed by a panel of veteran School Psychologists.

10. Induction for Unique Roles Videotaped Trainings: School Social Workers YEAR ONE

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 8/11/2022 to 5/31/2023

New
Participants will review a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of School Social Workers. The trainings were completed by a panel of veteran School Social Workers.

11. Induction for Unique Roles Videotaped Trainings: School Social Workers YEAR THREE

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 8/11/2022 to 5/31/2023

New
Participants will review a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of School Social Workers. The trainings were completed by a panel of veteran School Social Workers.

12. Induction for Unique Roles Videotaped Trainings: School Social Workers YEAR TWO

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 8/11/2022 to 5/31/2023

New
Participants will review a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of School Social Workers. The trainings were completed by a panel of veteran School Social Workers.

13. Station Rotation/Small Group Instruction- Sacred Heart of Jesus School INVITATION ONLY

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: Sacred Heart teachers

Dates: 8/22/2022

Starting Soon
Participants will experience and learn about the station rotation framework and how to apply small group learning, resources, and tools to maximize learning. Attendees will participate in a variety of instructional activities and strategies that they will be able to implement in their own classrooms.

14. IU13 Personalized Learning Academy PHASE 3 Educator Competency Course - by invitation only

Program: Personalized Learning Academy/ IS

Dates: 8/24/2022 to 9/15/2022

Starting Soon
This course is developed for any educator whose district is participating in Phase 3 of the IU13 Personalized Learning Academy. The course opens October 3rd and runs through May 31st, 2023. This course provides core components, guiding principles, and competencies of personalized learning. Job-embedded practices are included to support educators in planning, facilitating, and measuring personalized learning with their learners. Upon successful completion of the course, educators will demonstrate understanding of the three main competencies of personalized learning through a culminating project portfolio.

An Elizabethtown Area SD Orientation Kick-Off Zoom will take place on August 24 from 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm.

For all other districts, An Orientation Kick-off will take place on September 15 at 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm.

Course access information will be provided to participants via the Orientation Kick-Off.

15. Lancaster County Chapter of PASSWP Meeting

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 9/1/2022

Topics relevant to the professional development of school social workers will be presented at each of the meetings.

Audience: School Social Workers; School Social Work Assistants; Home and School Visitors

16. Literacy LC Meeting - September

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Reading Supervisors and Title I Coordinators

Dates: 9/8/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Literacy Collaborative is to give literacy leaders an opportunity to:

* Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues in their school or district

* Engage in collaborative professional learning for building their own capacity to lead

* Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development needs

* Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job alike" professionals

17. STEM LC Meetings - September

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: Content Specialists and Administrators

Dates: 9/8/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Leadership Collaborative Meetings is to give science, technology/engineering, and math leaders an opportunity to:

* Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues in their school or district
* Engage in collaborative professional learning for building their own capacity to lead
* Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development needs
* Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job alike" professionals

18. Regional Instructional Technology Collaboration - In Person IU12

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Instructional Technology Coaches, Integrators, Coordinators, Directors

Dates: 9/9/2022

IU12, IU13, & IU15 would like to welcome all instructional technology educators from any region to join us for a great morning of collaboration in eastern Pennsylvania. We will kick off the morning with an overview of the agenda and engaging activities to build inter-IU relationships. The rest of the morning will be in an open spaces edcamp format to share and discuss with others with a common focus and/or passion in the educational technology field. All Instructional coaches/specialists who facilitate and support instructional technology are welcome and encouraged to attend.

19. Evolution of an Instructional Leader - Option 1

Program: Leadership

Audience: K-12 Principals and a Core Team (it’s suggested that a principal brings a core team of 2-4 member including but not limited to assistant principal, instructional coach, teacher(s))

Dates: 9/13/2022

As the most important instructional leaders in a building, principals must be thoughtfully and purposely engaged in continuous school improvement. Principals and a core team will review the state's theory of action for school improvement and how to facilitate a self-assessment for your district/school. Teams will identify an essential practice to focus their school improvement efforts and review evidence based strategies/ programs and assessment systems to monitor the implementation. Lessons from the field blended with educational theory have helped to identify best practices in school improvement that can benefit any instructional leader. Each school has its own unique DNA. This session will be customized to help school leaders develop their own plans for improvement. This session will also support Title 1 planning.

Session objections:
Teams will complete a facilitated self assessment using a rubric of the 18 essential practices under PDE's four conditions for learning.
Teams will identify an essential practice to focus their improvement efforts.
Teams will complete a root cause analysis.
Teams will identify an evidence based practice or strategy.
Teams will begin the process of action planning for school improvement.


Option 1 - 1 day professional learning session and lunch

20. Evolution of an Instructional Leader - Option 2

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: K-12 Principals and a Core Team (it’s suggested that a principal brings a core team of 2-4 member including but not limited to assistant principals, instructional coaches, teacher(s))

Dates: 9/13/2022

As the most important instructional leaders in a building, principals must be thoughtfully and purposely engaged in continuous school improvement. Principals and a core team will review the state's theory of action for school improvement and how to facilitate a self-assessment for your district/school. Teams will identify an essential practice to focus their school improvement efforts and review evidence based strategies/ programs and assessment systems to monitor the implementation. Lessons from the field blended with educational theory have helped to identify best practices in school improvement that can benefit any instructional leader. Each school has its own unique DNA. This session will be customized to help school leaders develop their own plans for improvement. This session will also support Title 1 planning.

Session objections:
Teams will complete a facilitated self assessment using a rubric of the 18 essential practices under PDE's four conditions for learning.
Teams will identify an essential practice to focus their improvement efforts.
Teams will complete a root cause analysis.
Teams will identify an evidence based practice or strategy.
Teams will begin the process of action planning for school improvement.


Option 2 - 1 day professional learning session, lunch and all affinity groups

21. Ongoing Station Rotation Professional Development - by invitation only

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 9/13/2022

New
These ongoing station rotation professional development sessions will focus on each modality of learning including the resources, materials, and supports needed to implement and continue with fidelity. Participants will explore feature topics, resources, and materials in the AM and will be provided facilitated station rotation lesson building time in the afternoon.

22. ELD PLC - September

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: ELD Educators

Dates: 9/13/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Title III English Language Development (ELD) Professional Learning Community is to give ESL teacher leaders in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties an opportunity to:
* Keep up to date on the most current information from the PDE and ESL professional organizations
* Share information back in their home districts
* Serve as a collaborative resource for regional IU13 professional development activities and events, some of which are partially or fully funded by the IU13 Title III Consortium
* Engage in collegial book studies and professional development activities

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

23. K-12 Health and Physical Education PLC - September

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: HPE content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 9/13/2022

The purpose of the IU13 K-12 Health and Physical Education PLC Meetings is to give HPE educators an opportunity to:

*Stay informed of current local, state, and national HPE-related initiatives
*Share solutions to relevant, HPE-related issues and concerns
*Network and engage with colleagues to build personal capacity to lead HPE
*Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development need

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

24. Induction Design Module: School-Based Speech Language Pathologists-VIRTUAL

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: District and IU13 Speech Language Pathologists-Minimum three years school-based experience

Dates: 9/14/2022

Lancaster Lebanon County School Districts and Lancaster Lebanon IU13 are designing professional development modules for new School-Based Speech Language Pathologists. This workshop will focus on defining the scope and vision of the project and outline available opportunities for experienced School-Based Speech Language Pathologists (minimum of three years of school-based experience) to participate in the development of the modules.

25. Coaches Mentor Collaborative - September AM Option

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: These meetings are reserved for participating CMC Instructional Coaches and Administrators

Dates: 9/15/2022

The purpose of the IU13 PIIC coaches' meetings is to give instructional coaches in Lancaster and Lebanon counties an opportunity to:
* Learn from and with peers
* Gain support from other PIIC coaches and PIIC mentor
* Share issues, concerns, and solutions
Each meeting will include networking, professional development, and IU updates.

Cost
Districts will be invoiced at the end of the year based on the number of participating district coaches.

$350 - Per Coach
$1,400 per district - Up to 5 coaches
$1,800 per district - 6 - 12 coaches
12+ coaches please contact IU13 for pricing.
Additional Costs
$50/PIIC Coach - Fall Regional Confernece (virtual)
TBD - Spring Regional Conference
$160/hour - On-site support From PIIC Mentor
September 15 will have an AM Session and a PM Session to choose from.

26. Ongoing Station Rotation Professional Development - by invitation only

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 9/15/2022

New
These ongoing station rotation professional development sessions will focus on each modality of learning including the resources, materials, and supports needed to implement and continue with fidelity. Participants will explore feature topics, resources, and materials in the AM and will be provided facilitated station rotation lesson building time in the afternoon.

27. IU13 Enriched Virtual Forum

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: LLVS and Enriched Virtual Forum Member Districts Only - District Administrators, Virtual Program Coordinators, Technology Integrators, Virtual Teachers

Dates: 9/15/2022

Monthly meetings of the Enriched Virtual Forum (EVF) will discuss topics to support district virtual academies and develop high quality course content to enrich current district virtual programs. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and professional development supporting K-12 virtual learning and online course development.

28. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Dates: 9/15/2022

Monthly meeting for Technology Coordinators

29. Coaches Mentor Collaborative - September PM Option

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: These meetings are reserved for participating CMC Instructional Coaches and Administrators

Dates: 9/15/2022

The purpose of the IU13 PIIC coaches' meetings is to give instructional coaches in Lancaster and Lebanon counties an opportunity to:
* Learn from and with peers
* Gain support from other PIIC coaches and PIIC mentor
* Share issues, concerns, and solutions
Each meeting will include networking, professional development, and IU updates.

Cost
Districts will be invoiced at the end of the year based on the number of participating district coaches.

$350 - Per Coach
$1,400 per district - Up to 5 coaches
$1,800 per district - 6 - 12 coaches
12+ coaches please contact IU13 for pricing.
Additional Costs
$50/PIIC Coach - Fall Regional Confernece (virtual)
TBD - Spring Regional Conference
$160/hour - On-site support From PIIC Mentor
September 14 will have an AM Session and a PM Session to choose from.

30. LLVS Advisor/ Mentor Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 9/15/2022

As a member of Lancaster-Lebanon Virtual Solutions, it is important that those participating in the role of Advisor/Mentor to students meet on a regular basis to share ideas, challenges, updates, etc.

*Please note this meeting is not eligible for ACT 48 credit.

31. Tech Media Integrators Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Tech Integrators', Instructional Coaches, , Instructional Tech Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Media Specialists, Librarians

Dates: 9/20/2022

Monthly meetings will provide school district technology and media staff with a forum for training and sharing in the uses of technology and media in curriculum and instruction. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and initiatives.

32. Principals' Collaborative - September (Virtual)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Principals, assistant principals, and deans of students who work in public schools in Lancaster and Lebanon counties

Dates: 9/20/2022

New
Are you a new or experienced principal, assistant principal or dean of students looking for ideas, resources, and collaborative opportunities to problem solve issues facing today's school leaders? Join us for our IU13 Principals' Collaborative to leverage the collective expertise of educational leaders in Lancaster and Lebanon counties to support one another through discussion, professional learning and networking.

New for the 2022-2023 school year - We understand that there is a need for flexibility to attend virtual meetings as well as a need to have organic discussions and collaborations that only occur during face-to-face meetings. This year there will be four virtual-only meetings and three face-to-face only meetings in order to accommodate the needs of all our participants.

This meeting is virtual. A Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants the day prior to the meeting.

33. Induction Kick-Off Meeting for Unique Roles-School Psychologists

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 9/20/2022

A panel of veteran school psychologists, who have created a specialized induction program specific to their field, will facilitate this training. Participants will review the specialized induction process as well as receive guidance and insights regarding best practices for school psychologists.

For year one inductees, both inductees and mentors should register to participate.

34. Librarians' Collaboration

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians- All Elementary, Middle & High School

Dates: 9/20/2022

These POC collaborative meetings are for Lancaster and Lebanon County library stakeholders, including AccessPA member libraries, for the purpose of providing pertinent information concerning technology tools, ethical and legal issues, and professional development opportunities. In addition, time will be devoted for new learning and exploration for the integration of IMS and other tools/strategies supporting all content area curricula.

35. Esports Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 9/20/2022

The purpose of the Esports Collaborative is to provide IU13 MS/HS Esports Managers, Coaches, and Advisors with a regularly scheduled time to meet with a network of others running Esports programs to collaborate and share ideas, upcoming events, games, platforms, and opportunities with Esports across PA. Current trends, opportunities for support, networking, and Esports- related resources will be discussed. Each collaborative meeting will be planned to focus on participant needs and provide targeted supports in K-12 Esports environments.

Meeting topics for the Esports Collaborative:

* General: Game Selection, Starting a Club, Support, Manager/Coach Networking

* Esports Opportunities: Emerald, PSEL, NCEF

* Local Competitions: Tournaments, On-site, Off-site

* Cross-District Communication: Discord, Schoology

* College & Career Readiness: Events, Speakers, Mentors

36. Evolution of an Instructional Leader - Option 3

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: K-12 Principals and a Core Team (it’s suggested that a principal brings a core team of 2-4 member including but not limited to assistant principals, instructional coaches, teacher(s))

Dates: 9/20/2022 to 4/18/2023

As the most important instructional leaders in a building, principals must be thoughtfully and purposely engaged in continuous school improvement. Principals and a core team will review the state's theory of action for school improvement and how to facilitate a self-assessment for your district/school. Teams will identify an essential practice to focus their school improvement efforts and review evidence based strategies/ programs and assessment systems to monitor the implementation. Lessons from the field blended with educational theory have helped to identify best practices in school improvement that can benefit any instructional leader. Each school has its own unique DNA. This session will be customized to help school leaders develop their own plans for improvement. This session will also support Title 1 planning.

Session objections:
Teams will complete a facilitated self assessment using a rubric of the 18 essential practices under PDE's four conditions for learning.
Teams will identify an essential practice to focus their improvement efforts.
Teams will complete a root cause analysis.
Teams will identify an evidence based practice or strategy.
Teams will begin the process of action planning for school improvement.


Option 3 - Affinity groups only!

37. Evolution of an Instructional Leader - Option 4 (September)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: K-12 Principals and a Core Team (assistant principals, instructional coaches, teacher(s))

Dates: 9/20/2022

Follow-up affinity groups will be provided to allow collaboration across teams and share strategies to support your school improvement efforts. Each affinity group will focus on a different topic.


Option 4 - Indivitual dates

September Topics
Setting the Direction
Vision and Messaging at the School Level
Collaborative goal setting with staff
Identify data to define purpose for school improvement

38. CPI/ Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Institute Blended/Flex Initial Course

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

Dates: 9/22/2022

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training through Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. is a nationally recognized program designed to teach staff and building level teams to intervene in a safe, non-harmful manner when students become disruptive or violent. Participants will learn preventive techniques, therapeutic physical intervention and prevention assessments.

Attendees must participate in the entire training in order to receive the nationally recognized Crisis Prevention Institute content and certification.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training.

Please dress casually with sneakers or rubber-soled closed-toe shoes. For your safety, you will be asked to remove jewelry.

Lunch is on your own.

Participation is limited to IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

PRIOR to attending this face to face date, complete the online portion three days prior to event. Eligible registrants will receive a link via email. Print, email to heather_scheid@iu13.org, or have ready on your mobile device a copy of your certificate of completion from the online portion of the course at check-in on the day of your face to face session.

Registrants who drop course after the registration deadline date of September 1, 2022 and no shows will be charged the full price of the course.

For more information please contact Heather Scheid at 717-606-1842.

39. Gifted Education in PA: An Overview for NEW Gifted Support Teachers

Program: Gifted and Enrichment Services/ IS

Audience: Gifted support teachers or administrators - new or interested in Chapter 16

Dates: 9/22/2022 to 12/13/2022

Are you new to Chapter 16 and Gifted Education in Pennsylvania or would you like a "refresher”? If so, join a collaborative community from IU12, IU13, and IU14 for this two-part training that includes online discussion, current information, and resources. Through a hybrid model using Schoology and Zoom, we will look at what it means to be a gifted learner and the legal protections available in Pennsylvania to ensure meaningful educational benefit. Participants will review the components of the Gifted Individualized Education Plan (GIEP) and best practices for developing individualized specially designed instruction (SDI) for gifted students. Discussions will include the determination of instructional levels, the types of data that are available to teachers of the gifted, and how this data is included in a GIEP. Goal planning tactics, including the need for enrichment, acceleration, or a combination of both, will be examined as well as social/emotional needs of gifted students that can impact learning. NOTES:a) This training will start with asynchronous learning on Schoology and will conclude with collaborative discussions on 9/22/2022 and 12/13/2022. b) If you are in IU12, IU13, or IU14, please select Act 48 Hours-IU13 Area/$140 fee below.

40. IU13 Career Ready Leaders' Collaborative

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Career Counselors, Co-Op/Internship Coordinators, School Counselors, Administrators, and other professionals supporting K-12 Career Readiness

Dates: 9/22/2022

IU13 Career Ready Leaders' Collaborative meetings are intended to provide district and school career ready leaders with an opportunity to: Stay informed of current local, state, and national education initiatives Share solutions to relevant, district and school-level career readiness issues and concerns Network and collaborate with colleagues and local partners to support and grow career readiness opportunities across the IU13 region.

General Meeting Outline:

•Guest Speaker or Business/Industry Spotlight

•District/Program Spotlight

•State/Local Career Readiness Updates and Opportunities

•Open Spaces Collaboration

41. September ELD Administrators' Collaborative

Program: English as a Second Language (ESL)/ IS

Audience: These meetings are for Title III Consortium Districts and ELD Administrators

Dates: 9/22/2022

The purpose of the IU13 ELD Administrators' Collaborative is to give Title III district leaders in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties an opportunity to:
* Keep up to date on the most current information from the PDE and EL professional organizations
* Share information between the consortium and non-consortium districts
* Serve as a collaborative resource for regional IU13 professional development activities and events, some of which are partially or fully funded by the IU13 Title III Consortium
* Assist with building capacity about ELD programming and instruction in home schools/districts

42. K-12 Math PLC - September

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: K-12 Math content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 9/22/2022

The purpose of the IU13 K-12 Math PLC Meetings is to give K-12 Math educators an opportunity to:
*Connect and network cross-district with other mathematics educators and leaders *Engage in discussions about best practices in mathematics education *Reflect and share ideas related to mathematics education *Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

43. K-12 Science PLC - September

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: K-8 content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 9/22/2022

The purpose of the IU13 K-12 Science PLC Meetings is to give K-12 Science educators an opportunity to:

*Engage in discussions about best practices in science education.
*Reflect and share ideas related to science education
*Connect and network cross-district with other science educators.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

44. K-12 Social Studies PLC - September

Program: Social Studies/ IS

Audience: K-12 Social Studies Educators

Dates: 9/22/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Social Studies PLC Meetings is to give Social Studies educators an opportunity to:

*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district
*Engage in collegial professional development activities for the purpose of building their own capacity to strengthen standards-aligned systems at the classroom, building, and district levels
*Serve as a collaborative resource for regional professional development activities
*Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job-alike" professionals

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

45. K-8 Elementary PLC - September

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: K-8 content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 9/22/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Elementary PLC Meetings is to give educators an opportunity to:

*Connect and network with elementary educators from across the IU13 region to share strategies and workshop problems of practice for all content areas.
*Engage in collegial professional development activities for the purpose of building their own capacity to *strengthen standards-aligned systems at the classroom, building and district levels.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

46. Supervising Teachers with Danielson's Framework for Teaching - September Option

Program: Leadership

Audience: K-12 Administrators

Dates: 9/27/2022

New
This session is designed for new assistant principals and principals responsible for supervising and evaluating teachers. Experienced administrators who would like a Danielson refresher are also welcome to attend. This session introduces PDE's teacher evaluation system and Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching, recommends five best practices for teacher supervision and evaluation, and simulates the recommended formal observation process.

Notes:

Administrators should bring their own laptops.
Lunch is provided

Questions?
Please reach out to Stephanie Fyock - stephanie_fyock@iu13.org

47. K-12 Literacy PLC - September

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: K-12 Literacy content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 9/27/2022

The purpose of the Literacy PLC Meetings is to give K-12 literacy educators an opportunity to:
*Engage in discussions about best practices in literacy education.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues.
*Engage in collegial professional development activities for the purpose of building their own capacity to *Strengthen standards-aligned systems at the classroom, building and district levels.
*Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job-alike” professionals.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

48. K-12 Technology and Engineering PLC - September

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: Technology and Engineering content supervisors, department chairs and teachers

Dates: 9/27/2022

The purpose of the K-12 T&E PLC Meetings is to give technology and engineering educators an opportunity to:
*Engage in discussions about best practices in technology and engineering education.
*Reflect and share ideas related to technology and engineering education.
*Connect and network cross-district with other technology and engineering educators.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

49. CPI/ Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Institute Refresher

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: Currently certified IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

Dates: 9/28/2022

PRE-REQUISITE: Proof of current CPI certification, i.e.- blue card.

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training through Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. is a nationally recognized program designed to teach staff and building level teams to intervene in a safe, non-harmful manner when students become disruptive or violent. Participants will learn preventive techniques, therapeutic physical intervention and prevention assessments.

Attendees must participate in the entire training in order to receive the nationally recognized Crisis Prevention Institute content and certification.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training.

Please dress casually with sneakers or rubber-soled closed-toe shoes. For your safety, you will be asked to remove jewelry.

Lunch is on your own.

Participation is limited to IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

Registrants who drop course after the registration deadline date of September 14, 2022 and no shows will be charged the full price of the course.

50. Quality Indicators of Emotional Support Services & Programs: Enhancing our Practices (A.M. Session)

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: School administrators, Emotional Support Teachers, Special Education Consultants

Dates: 9/29/2022

During the past two years many districts have been concerned with the impact the pandemic has had on some of our most vulnerable populations- students with emotional and behavioral needs. This morning session will introduce the QIESSP tool to teams assembled to review their own emotional support programs.

This session is open to Administrators, Special Education Consultants, and Teachers.

51. Quality Indicators of Emotional Support Services & Programs: Enhancing our Practices (P.M. Session)

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: School administrators, Emotional Support Teachers, Special Education Consultants

Dates: 9/29/2022

During the past two years many districts have been concerned with the impact the pandemic has had on some of our most vulnerable populations- students with emotional and behavioral needs. During the afternoon session, emotional support teachers will participate in the first ES Network meeting of the school year, to share experiences, ideas and resources with their peers.

This session is solely for the Emotional Support Teachers.

52. Federal Programs - September

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Federal Programs Coordinator

Dates: 9/30/2022

These meetings will go over current information affecting federal programs such as:
* Reminders about submitting required information
* Overview of specific requirements
* Any other technical assistance that is needed

53. Accelerated Learning

Program: Leadership

Audience: School Administrators, Department Chairs, Instructional Coaches, School Counselors, Classroom Teachers, ESL Teachers

Dates: 10/4/2022 to 11/2/2022

The COVID-19 pandemic started in March 2020 and has made a major impact in the learning of Pennsylvania students. To support local administrators and leaders who are undertaking work in learning loss, this Accelerated Learning series will offer teams the opportunity to identify needs and determine solutions. Research-driven protocols and evidence-based strategies will set the foundation for Action Planning and development for school-based implementation teams in the following areas:

Focus on High-Quality Academics
Foster Supportive Learning Environments
Establish Healthy System Conditions
Design a System of Scaffolded Supports

In this two and a half day event, Accelerated Learning teams will complete an Action Plan for implementation and receive constructive feedback from a strong collaborative community.

Dates:
October 4, 2022
November 2, 2022
Half day virtual/school based consultation - TBD

Funded by PDE with no costs to districts.

54. Ongoing Station Rotation Professional Development - by invitation only

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 10/4/2022

New
These ongoing station rotation professional development sessions will focus on each modality of learning including the resources, materials, and supports needed to implement and continue with fidelity. Participants will explore feature topics, resources, and materials in the AM and will be provided facilitated station rotation lesson building time in the afternoon.

55. Number Sense & Reasoning Routines with John SanGiovanni

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: Educators who serve students from Kindergarten through Grade 6

Dates: 10/5/2022

Do your students struggle with reasoning about numbers and operations? Are you looking for practical, high-quality tasks to engage students and ignite discussion? In this engaging session, participants will learn about dynamic, doable activities that engage students in meaningful ways. A collection of ready-for-use resources will be provided and explored so that pursuit of number sense becomes a daily routine. These resources naturally complement each and every lesson in any elementary or middle school mathematics class. Classroom clips of colleagues leveraging these strategies will be shared and time to create personal examples for participants' classrooms will be provided.

NOTES:
All participants will receive a copy of SanGiovanni's book - Daily Routines to Jump-Start Math Class.
This workshop is intended for educators who serve students from Kindergarten through Grade 6 - we encourage you to attend as a team!
Lunch will be provided.

Cost:
$250 (includes materials and lunch)
Districts with 5+ attending educators, get one FREE seat for an administrator to join!

56. Ongoing Station Rotation Professional Development - by invitation only

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 10/5/2022

New
These ongoing station rotation professional development sessions will focus on each modality of learning including the resources, materials, and supports needed to implement and continue with fidelity. Participants will explore feature topics, resources, and materials in the AM and will be provided facilitated station rotation lesson building time in the afternoon.

57. Lancaster County Chapter of PASSWP Meeting

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 10/6/2022

Topics relevant to the professional development of school social workers will be presented at each of the meetings.

Audience: School Social Workers; School Social Work Assistants; Home and School Visitors

58. IU13 Enriched Virtual Forum

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: LLVS and Enriched Virtual Forum Member Districts Only - District Administrators, Virtual Program Coordinators, Technology Integrators, Virtual Teachers

Dates: 10/6/2022

Monthly meetings of the Enriched Virtual Forum (EVF) will discuss topics to support district virtual academies and develop high quality course content to enrich current district virtual programs. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and professional development supporting K-12 virtual learning and online course development.

59. LLVS Advisor/ Mentor Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 10/6/2022

As a member of Lancaster-Lebanon Virtual Solutions, it is important that those participating in the role of Advisor/Mentor to students meet on a regular basis to share ideas, challenges, updates, etc.

*Please note this meeting is not eligible for ACT 48 credit.

60. ELD PLC - October

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: ELD Educators

Dates: 10/11/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Title III English Language Development (ELD) Professional Learning Community is to give ESL teacher leaders in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties an opportunity to:
* Keep up to date on the most current information from the PDE and ESL professional organizations
* Share information back in their home districts
* Serve as a collaborative resource for regional IU13 professional development activities and events, some of which are partially or fully funded by the IU13 Title III Consortium
* Engage in collegial book studies and professional development activities

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

61. Principals' Collaborative - October (In Person)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Principals, assistant principals, and deans of students who work in public schools in Lancaster and Lebanon counties

Dates: 10/12/2022

New
Are you a new or experienced principal, assistant principal or dean of students looking for ideas, resources, and collaborative opportunities to problem solve issues facing today's school leaders? Join us for our IU13 Principals' Collaborative to leverage the collective expertise of educational leaders in Lancaster and Lebanon counties to support one another through discussion, professional learning and networking.

New for the 2022-2023 school year - We understand that there is a need for flexibility to attend virtual meetings as well as a need to have organic discussions and collaborations that only occur during face-to-face meetings. This year there will be four virtual-only meetings and three face-to-face only meetings in order to accommodate the needs of all our participants. Zoom links will be sent to participants registered in mylearningplan.com the afternoon prior to the meeting.

This meeting will be held face to face at the Conference and Training Center at IU13 (1020 New Holland Ave., Lancaster, PA.)
Light refreshments will be provided during the face-to-face meetings.

62. Induction Kick-Off Meeting for Unique Roles-School Social Workers

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 10/12/2022

A panel of veteran school school social workers, who have created a specialized induction program specific to their field, will facilitate this training. Participants will review the specialized induction process as well as receive guidance and insights regarding best practices for school social workers,

For year one inductees, both inductees and mentors should register to participate.

63. Virtual Teacher Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Part-time and Full-time District Virtual Teachers, District Virtual Program Coordinators, Technology Integrators

Dates: 10/12/2022

Quarterly meetings will provide school district virtual educators with a forum to collaborate and share best practices for teaching in a solely online environment. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and professional development supporting K-12 online learning.

64. Evolution of an Instructional Leader - Option 4 (October)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: K-12 Principals and a Core Team (assistant principal, instructional coach, teacher(s))

Dates: 10/17/2022

Follow-up affinity groups will be provided to allow collaboration across teams and share strategies to support your school improvement efforts. Each affinity group will focus on a different topic.


Option 4 - Indivitual dates

November date topics:
Assess Needs (Part 2) & Create a Plan
Revisit Root Cause analysis
Draft Priority Statements
Complete Facilitated Self Assessment (FSA)
Identify target Essential Practice from the 18 Essential Practices.
Research an ESSA-tiered, Evidence-based Strategy (EBS) !Only required for CSI schools

65. Tech Media Integrators Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Tech Integrators', Instructional Coaches, , Instructional Tech Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Media Specialists, Librarians

Dates: 10/18/2022

Monthly meetings will provide school district technology and media staff with a forum for training and sharing in the uses of technology and media in curriculum and instruction. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and initiatives.

66. Esports Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 10/18/2022

The purpose of the Esports Collaborative is to provide IU13 MS/HS Esports Managers, Coaches, and Advisors with a regularly scheduled time to meet with a network of others running Esports programs to collaborate and share ideas, upcoming events, games, platforms, and opportunities with Esports across PA. Current trends, opportunities for support, networking, and Esports- related resources will be discussed. Each collaborative meeting will be planned to focus on participant needs and provide targeted supports in K-12 Esports environments.

Meeting topics for the Esports Collaborative:

* General: Game Selection, Starting a Club, Support, Manager/Coach Networking

* Esports Opportunities: Emerald, PSEL, NCEF

* Local Competitions: Tournaments, On-site, Off-site

* Cross-District Communication: Discord, Schoology

* College & Career Readiness: Events, Speakers, Mentors

67. Coaches Mentor Collaborative - October

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: These meetings are reserved for participating CMC Instructional Coaches and Administrators

Dates: 10/19/2022

The purpose of the IU13 PIIC coaches' meetings is to give instructional coaches in Lancaster and Lebanon counties an opportunity to:
* Learn from and with peers
* Gain support from other PIIC coaches and PIIC mentor
* Share issues, concerns, and solutions
Each meeting will include networking, professional development, and IU updates.

Cost
Districts will be invoiced at the end of the year based on the number of participating district coaches.

$350 - Per Coach
$1,400 per district - Up to 5 coaches
$1,800 per district - 6 - 12 coaches
12+ coaches please contact IU13 for pricing.
Additional Costs
$50/PIIC Coach - Fall Regional Confernece (virtual)
TBD - Spring Regional Conference
$160/hour - On-site support From PIIC Mentor
September 14 will have an AM Session and a PM Session to choose from.

68. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Dates: 10/20/2022

Monthly meeting for Technology Coordinators

69. Supervising Teachers with Danielson's Framework for Teaching - October Option

Program: Leadership

Audience: K-12 Administrators

Dates: 10/24/2022

New
This session is designed for new assistant principals and principals responsible for supervising and evaluating teachers. Experienced administrators who would like a Danielson refresher are also welcome to attend. This session introduces PDE's teacher evaluation system and Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching, recommends five best practices for teacher supervision and evaluation, and simulates the recommended formal observation process.

Notes:

Administrators should bring their own laptops.
Lunch is provided

Questions?
Please reach out to Stephanie Fyock - stephanie_fyock@iu13.org

70. Making Sense of 3 Dimensional Teaching and Learning (In-Person)

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: K-12 Science Teachers, Instructional Coaches

Dates: 10/25/2022

How are you preparing for the new science, technology, engineering, environment, and ecology standards in PA? In this workshop, participants will explore what it means to teach in three-dimensions by digging deeper into disciplinary core ideas, cross-cutting concepts, and science and engineering practices.

71. *COPY OF National Trends of Personalized Learning Webinar

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: .

Dates: 10/27/2022

New
Join us for our IU13 Personalized Learning Academy webinar series that shares practical strategies for planning, facilitating, and measuring personalized learning at the classroom level. A combination of both national and local educators will present during these one hour sessions.

This month will be led by CEO Beth Rabbit via the Learning Accelerator, a national organization, who will provide an overview of the national trends of personalized learning and how we can accelerate learning together as we focus on post pandemic teaching and learning.

If your district is participating in Phase 3 of the IU13 Personalized Learning Academy, there is no extra charge. Select no cost. If you are interested in just this webinar, select the individual cost of $49. If you are interested in the discounted cost of attending all the webinars, select the series webinar cost of $350.

Individual Webinar Cost - $49

Series Webinar Cost - $350

Zoom information will be provided prior to the event to registered participants.

72. *COPY OF National Trends of Personalized Learning Webinar

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: .

Dates: 10/27/2022

New
Join us for our IU13 Personalized Learning Academy webinar series that shares practical strategies for planning, facilitating, and measuring personalized learning at the classroom level. A combination of both national and local educators will present during these one hour sessions.

This month will be led by CEO Beth Rabbit via the Learning Accelerator, a national organization, who will provide an overview of the national trends of personalized learning and how we can accelerate learning together as we focus on post pandemic teaching and learning.

If your district is participating in Phase 3 of the IU13 Personalized Learning Academy, there is no extra charge. Select no cost. If you are interested in just this webinar, select the individual cost of $49. If you are interested in the discounted cost of attending all the webinars, select the series webinar cost of $350.

Individual Webinar Cost - $49

Series Webinar Cost - $350

Zoom information will be provided prior to the event to registered participants.

73. National Trends of Personalized Learning Webinar

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: .

Dates: 10/27/2022

Join us for our IU13 Personalized Learning Academy webinar series that shares practical strategies for planning, facilitating, and measuring personalized learning at the classroom level. A combination of both national and local educators will present during these one hour sessions.

This month will be led by CEO Beth Rabbit via the Learning Accelerator, a national organization, who will provide an overview of the national trends of personalized learning and how we can accelerate learning together as we focus on post pandemic teaching and learning.

If your district is participating in Phase 3 of the IU13 Personalized Learning Academy, there is no extra charge. Select no cost. If you are interested in just this webinar, select the individual cost of $49. If you are interested in the discounted cost of attending all the webinars, select the series webinar cost of $350.

Individual Webinar Cost - $49

Series Webinar Cost - $350

Zoom information will be provided prior to the event to registered participants.

74. Personalized Learning Academy Phase 3 Webinar Series

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: .

Dates: 10/27/2022 to 5/17/2023

New
Join us for our IU13 Personalized Learning Academy webinar series that shares practical strategies for planning, facilitating, and measuring personalized learning at the classroom level. A combination of both national and local educators will present during these one hour sessions. You can register for each one of these separately, but if you want to attend the entire series, register here at a discounted rate.

If your district is participating in Phase 3 of the IU13 Personalized Learning Academy, there is no extra charge. Select no cost. If you are interested in the discounted cost of attending all the webinars, select the series webinar cost of $350.



•October 27, 2022: National Trends in Personalized Learning w/ Beth Rabbitt.



•November 15, 2022: Creating a Classroom with High Expectations for All Students w/Jim Rickabaugh.



•December 7, 2022: Meeting the Needs of All Learners in a Personalized Learning Environment w/ Laura Lent.



•January 19, 2023: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy w/ Roshni Laki.



•February 22, 2023: Anytime Anywhere Learning & Student Agency w/ L-S Eric Balak.



•March 21, 2023: Moving from Station Rotation to PL w/ MC Theresa Hartz & Chad Moore.



•April 19, 2023: Providing Feedback w/ EASD Meghan Hooper & Dawb Butt.



•May 17, 2023: IU13 PLA Phase 3 Webinar - Learning Progressions via PV Ryan Donnelly.

Series Webinar Cost - $350

Zoom information will be provided prior to the event to registered participants.

75. Ongoing Station Rotation Professional Development - by invitation only

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 11/1/2022

New
These ongoing station rotation professional development sessions will focus on each modality of learning including the resources, materials, and supports needed to implement and continue with fidelity. Participants will explore feature topics, resources, and materials in the AM and will be provided facilitated station rotation lesson building time in the afternoon.

76. Coach Mentor Collaborative Regional Conference

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Instructional Coaches or those in a coaching capacity.

Dates: 11/1/2022

Join us for a collaborative coaching conference brought to you by IU11, IU13, IU14, IU15, and IU29. Work with coaches from your region during this day of professional learning to utilize leadership skills in the coaching role.

*Offered Virtual and In Person*


Cost
o $50 CMC Coaches
o $75 Non-CMC Coaches
o No Cost for Presenters

You will be billed according to the above-listed fee schedule after the event.

If you have questions, please contact Keira London, Keira_London@iu13.org

77. Ongoing Station Rotation Professional Development - by invitation only

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 11/2/2022

New
These ongoing station rotation professional development sessions will focus on each modality of learning including the resources, materials, and supports needed to implement and continue with fidelity. Participants will explore feature topics, resources, and materials in the AM and will be provided facilitated station rotation lesson building time in the afternoon.

78. Lancaster County Chapter of PASSWP Meeting

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School Social Workers

Dates: 11/3/2022

Topics relevant to the professional development of school social workers will be presented at each of the meetings.

Audience: School Social Workers; School Social Work Assistants; Home and School Visitors

79. IU13 Enriched Virtual Forum

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: LLVS and Enriched Virtual Forum Member Districts Only - District Administrators, Virtual Program Coordinators, Technology Integrators, Virtual Teachers

Dates: 11/3/2022

Monthly meetings of the Enriched Virtual Forum (EVF) will discuss topics to support district virtual academies and develop high quality course content to enrich current district virtual programs. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and professional development supporting K-12 virtual learning and online course development.

80. LLVS Advisor/ Mentor Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 11/3/2022

As a member of Lancaster-Lebanon Virtual Solutions, it is important that those participating in the role of Advisor/Mentor to students meet on a regular basis to share ideas, challenges, updates, etc.

*Please note this meeting is not eligible for ACT 48 credit.

81. CPI/ Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Institute Blended/Flex Initial Course

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

Dates: 11/8/2022

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training through Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. is a nationally recognized program designed to teach staff and building level teams to intervene in a safe, non-harmful manner when students become disruptive or violent. Participants will learn preventive techniques, therapeutic physical intervention and prevention assessments.

Attendees must participate in the entire training in order to receive the nationally recognized Crisis Prevention Institute content and certification.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training.

Please dress casually with sneakers or rubber-soled closed-toe shoes. For your safety, you will be asked to remove jewelry.

Lunch is on your own.

Participation is limited to IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

PRIOR to attending this face to face date, complete the online portion three days prior to event. Eligible registrants will receive a link via email. Print, email to heather_scheid@iu13.org, or have ready on your mobile device a copy of your certificate of completion from the online portion of the course at check-in on the day of your face to face session.

Registrants who drop course after the registration deadline date of October 18, 2022 and no shows will be charged the full price of the course.

For more information please contact Heather Scheid at 717-606-1842.

82. Designing a Lesson in 3 Dimensions (IN-PERSON)

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Dates: 11/9/2022

Where do you start when planning a 3-dimensional lesson? This workshop will walk participants through the 5-E model (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate) of instruction and unpack the three dimensions of a performance expectation. Participants will discover how the use of phenomenon provides the support for students to engage in the science practices. Time will be given to both participate in a 3D learning experience and begin to design a curricular-aligned 3D lesson.

83. Literacy LC Meeting - November

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Reading Supervisors and Title I Coordinators

Dates: 11/10/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Literacy Collaborative is to give literacy leaders an opportunity to:

* Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues in their school or district

* Engage in collaborative professional learning for building their own capacity to lead

* Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development needs

* Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job alike" professionals

84. STEM LC Meetings - November

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: Content Specialists and Administrators

Dates: 11/10/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Leadership Collaborative Meetings is to give science, technology/engineering, and math leaders an opportunity to:

* Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues in their school or district
* Engage in collaborative professional learning for building their own capacity to lead
* Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development needs
* Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job alike" professionals

85. Tech Media Integrators Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Tech Integrators', Instructional Coaches, , Instructional Tech Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Media Specialists, Librarians

Dates: 11/15/2022

Monthly meetings will provide school district technology and media staff with a forum for training and sharing in the uses of technology and media in curriculum and instruction. These collaborative meetings will focus on participant needs and initiatives.

86. Principals' Collaborative - November (Virtual)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Principals, assistant principals, and deans of students who work in public schools in Lancaster and Lebanon counties

Dates: 11/15/2022

New
Are you a new or experienced principal, assistant principal or dean of students looking for ideas, resources, and collaborative opportunities to problem solve issues facing today's school leaders? Join us for our IU13 Principals' Collaborative to leverage the collective expertise of educational leaders in Lancaster and Lebanon counties to support one another through discussion, professional learning and networking.

New for the 2022-2023 school year - We understand that there is a need for flexibility to attend virtual meetings as well as a need to have organic discussions and collaborations that only occur during face-to-face meetings. This year there will be four virtual-only meetings and three face-to-face only meetings in order to accommodate the needs of all our participants.

This meeting is virtual. A Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants the day prior to the meeting.

87. IU13 Career Ready Leaders' Collaborative

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Career Counselors, Co-Op/Internship Coordinators, School Counselors, Administrators, and other professionals supporting K-12 Career Readiness

Dates: 11/15/2022

IU13 Career Ready Leaders' Collaborative meetings are intended to provide district and school career ready leaders with an opportunity to: Stay informed of current local, state, and national education initiatives Share solutions to relevant, district and school-level career readiness issues and concerns Network and collaborate with colleagues and local partners to support and grow career readiness opportunities across the IU13 region.

General Meeting Outline:

•Guest Speaker or Business/Industry Spotlight

•District/Program Spotlight

•State/Local Career Readiness Updates and Opportunities

•Open Spaces Collaboration

88. Librarians' Collaboration

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians- All Elementary, Middle & High School

Dates: 11/15/2022

These POC collaborative meetings are for Lancaster and Lebanon County library stakeholders, including AccessPA member libraries, for the purpose of providing pertinent information concerning technology tools, ethical and legal issues, and professional development opportunities. In addition, time will be devoted for new learning and exploration for the integration of IMS and other tools/strategies supporting all content area curricula.

89. Literacy LC Meeting - November

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Reading Supervisors and Title I supervisors

Dates: 11/15/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Literacy Collaborative is to give literacy leaders an opportunity to:

* Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues in their school or district

* Engage in collaborative professional learning for building their own capacity to lead

* Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development needs

* Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job alike" professionals

90. Esports Collaborative

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Dates: 11/15/2022

The purpose of the Esports Collaborative is to provide IU13 MS/HS Esports Managers, Coaches, and Advisors with a regularly scheduled time to meet with a network of others running Esports programs to collaborate and share ideas, upcoming events, games, platforms, and opportunities with Esports across PA. Current trends, opportunities for support, networking, and Esports- related resources will be discussed. Each collaborative meeting will be planned to focus on participant needs and provide targeted supports in K-12 Esports environments.

Meeting topics for the Esports Collaborative:

* General: Game Selection, Starting a Club, Support, Manager/Coach Networking

* Esports Opportunities: Emerald, PSEL, NCEF

* Local Competitions: Tournaments, On-site, Off-site

* Cross-District Communication: Discord, Schoology

* College & Career Readiness: Events, Speakers, Mentors

91. Creating a Classroom with High Expectations for all Learners Webinar

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: .

Dates: 11/15/2022

Join us for our IU13 Personalized Learning Academy webinar series that shares practical strategies for planning, facilitating, and measuring personalized learning at the classroom level. A combination of both national and local educators will present during these one hour sessions.

This month will be led by senior advisor and author, Jim Rickabough via The Institute for Personalized Learning, an organization who helps redesign schools with the learner in mind. Jim will provide resources. materials, and strategies for creating classrooms with high expectations for all learners in a personalized learning environment.

If your district is participating in Phase 3 of the IU13 Personalized Learning Academy, there is no extra charge. Select no cost. If you are interested in just this webinar, select the individual cost of $49. If you are interested in the discounted cost of attending all the webinars, select the series webinar cost of $350.

Individual Webinar Cost - $49

Series Webinar Cost - $350

Zoom information will be provided prior to the event to registered participants.

92. Evolution of an Instructional Leader - Option 4 (November)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: K-12 Principals and a Core Team (assistant principal, instructional coach, teacher(s))

Dates: 11/15/2022

Follow-up affinity groups will be provided to allow collaboration across teams and share strategies to support your school improvement efforts. Each affinity group will focus on a different topic.


Option 4 - Indivitual dates

November date topics:
Assess Needs (Part 2) & Create a Plan
Revisit Root Cause analysis
Draft Priority Statements
Complete Facilitated Self Assessment (FSA)
Identify target Essential Practice from the 18 Essential Practices.
Research an ESSA-tiered, Evidence-based Strategy (EBS) !Only required for CSI schools

93. K-12 Literacy PLC - November

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: K-12 Literacy content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 11/15/2022

The purpose of the Literacy PLC Meetings is to give K-12 literacy educators an opportunity to:
*Engage in discussions about best practices in literacy education.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations, and share that information with colleagues.
*Engage in collegial professional development activities for the purpose of building their own capacity to strengthen standards-aligned systems at the classroom, building and district levels.
*Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job-alike” professionals.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

94. CPI/ Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Institute Refresher

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: Currently certified IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

Dates: 11/17/2022

PRE-REQUISITE: Proof of current CPI certification, i.e.- blue card.

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training through Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. is a nationally recognized program designed to teach staff and building level teams to intervene in a safe, non-harmful manner when students become disruptive or violent. Participants will learn preventive techniques, therapeutic physical intervention and prevention assessments.

Attendees must participate in the entire training in order to receive the nationally recognized Crisis Prevention Institute content and certification.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training.

Please dress casually with sneakers or rubber-soled closed-toe shoes. For your safety, you will be asked to remove jewelry.

Lunch is on your own.

Participation is limited to IU13 staff and employees of school districts participating in the CPI Partnership Agreement

Registrants who drop course after the registration deadline date of November 3, 2022 and no shows will be charged the full price of the course.

95. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Dates: 11/17/2022

Monthly meeting for Technology Coordinators

96. K-12 Health and Physical Education PLC - November

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: HPE content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 11/17/2022

The purpose of the IU13 K-12 Health and Physical Education PLC Meetings is to give HPE educators an opportunity to:

*Stay informed of current local, state, and national HPE-related initiatives
*Share solutions to relevant, HPE-related issues and concerns
*Network and engage with colleagues to build personal capacity to lead HPE
*Serve as a resource for determining regional professional development need

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

97. K-12 Math PLC - November

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: K-12 Math content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 11/17/2022

The purpose of the IU13 K-12 Math PLC Meetings is to give K-12 Math educators an opportunity to:
*Connect and network cross-district with other mathematics educators and leaders *Engage in discussions about best practices in mathematics education *Reflect and share ideas related to mathematics education *Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

98. K-12 Science PLC - November

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: K-8 content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 11/17/2022

The purpose of the IU13 K-12 Science PLC Meetings is to give K-12 Science educators an opportunity to:

*Engage in discussions about best practices in science education.
*Reflect and share ideas related to science education
*Connect and network cross-district with other science educators.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

99. K-12 Social Studies PLC - November

Program: Social Studies/ IS

Audience: K-12 Social Studies Educators

Dates: 11/17/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Social Studies PLC Meetings is to give Social Studies educators an opportunity to:

*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district
*Engage in collegial professional development activities for the purpose of building their own capacity to strengthen standards-aligned systems at the classroom, building, and district levels
*Serve as a collaborative resource for regional professional development activities
*Network and engage in collegial dialogue with other "job-alike" professionals

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

100. K-8 Elementary PLC - November

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: K-8 content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 11/17/2022

The purpose of the IU13 Elementary PLC Meetings is to give educators an opportunity to:

*Connect and network with elementary educators from across the IU13 region to share strategies and workshop problems of practice for all content areas.
*Engage in collegial professional development activities for the purpose of building their own capacity to strengthen standards-aligned systems at the classroom, building and district levels.
*Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.

101. K-12 Technology and Engineering PLC - November

Program: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)/ IS

Audience: Technology and Engineering content supervisors, department chairs, and teachers

Dates: 11/29/2022

The purpose of the K-12 T&E PLC Meetings is to give technology and engineering educators an opportunity to:
Engage in discussions about best practices in technology and engineering education.
Reflect and share ideas related to technology and engineering education.
Connect and network cross-district with other technology and engineering educators.
Stay informed of the most current information from the PDE and professional organizations and share that information with colleagues in their school or district.

Notes:
There is no cost for attending the 2022-23 PLC meetings.
Dinner is not provided.

Act 48 Information:
1.5 Act 48 credits will be awarded for each PLC meeting attended with a maximum of 6 Act 48 credits earned for the entire year. Act 48 credits will be awarded after the last PLC meeting of the 2022-23 school year.