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1. Get More Math - No Cost Summer Training Session

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

Audience: Math Teachers

Dates: 6/27/2017

Starting Today
Get More Math is math practice software that provides daily individualized cumulative review sessions. Josh Britton, a math teacher from Lampeter-Strasburg High School, created Get More Math while working in the classroom over the last 12 years.

He developed the software to support initial mastery and long-term retention for grades 6 to Algebra 1. It works! His students have averaged 40 points of growth on the Algebra 1 Keystone Exam, helping to place his high school 3rd out of 700 districts in 2015-2016.

IU13 teachers interested in trying Get More Math in their classrooms can take advantage of a free trial for the 2017-2018 school year.

NOTES
You will need to bring a laptop in order to set up your teacher account.
Curriculum materials are optional, but may be useful depending on our timeline. Do you have a set scope and sequence? A new textbook series you’re following? Bring them along!! Time permitting, our GMM team will assist you in blending our program with your needs.

2. Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Initial Training

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: Intermediate Unit 13, Lancaster and Lebanon County public school personnel

Dates: 7/5/2017 to 7/6/2017

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 12 hours of 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 all IU13 employees and Lancaster and Lebanon County public school personnel only.

*Notice: Given the nature of this training, this workshop will be cancelled if there are less than twelve participants registered three days prior to the event. In the event of cancellation, those few registrants will be notified via e-mail.

Registration deadline date is July 1, 2017. Registration fee: $33.00 per person (for materials) Fee will be charged to any registrant who fails to notify IU 13 of cancellation at least three days prior to workshop start date.

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

3. Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Refresher- Fights at School

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: Intermediate Unit 13, Lancaster County, and Lebanon County public school personnel only.

Dates: 7/6/2017

PREREQUISITES:
  • ~Current CPI certification.
  • ~Must be an IU13 employee or public school employee employed by one of the 22 districts located within the Lancaster-Lebanon service area.

DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn how:

  • - To prevent fights by recognizing and responding to warning signals
  • -To use verbal techniques for early intervention
  • -To identify when and how to use physical restraint to manage extremely violent, combative situations
A review of the the physical intervention techniques will be conducted.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training. Please dress casually with sneakers or closed-toe rubber-soled shoes.

COST: $16.00- this fee will also be charged to registrants who fail to notify IU13 of cancellation at least three days prior to workshop start date.

*Notice: workshop may be cancelled if there are less than 12 participants registered three days prior to the event. If cancelled, registrants will be notified via e-mail.

For more information contact Heather Scheid, Phone: (717) 606-1842 / Email: heather_scheid@iu13.org

Registration deadline date is July 3, 2017

4. BrainPop Workshop

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Any educator who wants to learn more about BrainPop

Dates: 7/6/2017

Welcome to our newest Instructional Media Resource – BrainPop! Learn how to utilize BrainPop to maximize student learning in the classroom. Whether you are assigning videos, quizzes, and activities to complete through your LMS using individual student accounts or if you are showing the primary document resources, Game Up, or other activities in large group, this workshop will provide you with an understanding on how to make the best use of the newest IMS resource for all IU13 districts. This IMS workshop is free for all IU13 districts. Others are welcome to attend with a $50/person fee.

5. BrainPop Make it and Take it

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Any educator using BrainPop

Dates: 7/6/2017

This BrainPop Make it and Take it workshop accompanies the morning BrainPop workshop. Take what you have learned in the morning and do a deeper dive to research and investigate on how to best use BrainPop for your classes starting in the fall. While you create, you will have support in the room to help you along the way. There will be no presentation for this Make it and Take it portion. This is a work session for you to complete at your own pace helping to solidify your learning of our newest IMS resource – BrainPop

6. 2017 PULSE 2.0 Summer STEM Institute - ADMINISTRATORS (INVITATION ONLY)

Program: Math Science Partnership/ IS

Audience: Administrators working with PULSE 2.0 Intervention Group teachers

Dates: 7/17/2017 to 7/27/2017

This course is for Elementary and Middle school Administrators who are working with PULSE 2.0 Intervention Group Teachers.

Notes:
Lunch will be provided on both July 17 and July 27. This is optional for administrators but suggested as Keynote Speakers will be presenting during this time.

The July 27 meeting time is also optional, but it suggested that you attend.

Please bring a laptop

7. PULSE 2.0 Summer Institute - BY INVITATION ONLY

Program: Math Science Partnership/ IS

Audience: Teachers in grades Kindergarten - 8th grade

Dates: 7/17/2017 to 7/27/2017

This course is for Elementary and Middle school teachers selected to participate in the Intervention Group for PULSE 2.0 - The Partnership to Understand and Lead STEM Education.

Dates:
July 17 - 24, 2017
July 24-27, 2017
August 2-3, 2017.

Notes:
Registration begins at 8:00.
Please bring a charged laptop
Lunch will be provided on Monday, July 17, 2017 and July 27, 2017 all other days lunch on your own.
Either Act 48 credits in the amount of 80 credits hours or 3 grad credits from Lebanon Valley College will be awarded at the completion of the institute.

8. Schoology Level Up Workshop

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Any Schoology Enterprise User

Dates: 7/18/2017

This Schoology Level Up workshop is for any Schoology users who want to learn more about the intermediate to advanced features of Schoology such as assigning learning outcomes, setting student completion, creating learning paths, master based learning, badging, and utilizing the portfolio.

Pricing options:

1.No cost for IU13 district members who purchased the value-added Schoology option. Select option 2 Act 48 Hours - (District/Agency IU13)

2. Options 2 Act 48 Hours - $50.00. This is for anyone (district) who did not purchase the value-added Schoology option.

If you are uncertain about your district's Schoology membership please contact ken_zimmerman@iu13.org

9. Gale Cengage Learning- Student Resources in Context and Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: HS Administrators, Specialists, Teachers

Dates: 7/18/2017

IU13 Instructional Media Services welcomes our newest resource for all IU13 High Schools - Student Resources in Context and Opposing Viewpoints in Context from Gale Cengage Learning. Come learn how to best use these advanced research databases teaching students literacy and research skills in the process. Understand the Google and O365 integrations so students can save highlights and notes in their preferred Cloud options.

10. Schoology 101 Workshop

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Any Schoology Enterprise Users

Dates: 7/24/2017

This session is for anyone using Schoology with a review of the basic features. Learn the difference between courses and groups and how to use them. Best practices of course setup and use will be discussed. The session will end with a dive into resources. COME WITH YOUR LAPTOP and school account information and be prepared to build.

Pricing options:

1.No cost for IU13 district members who purchased the value-added Schoology option. Select option 2 Act 48 Hours - (District/Agency IU13), if you are uncertain about your district please contact ken_zimmerman@iu13.org.

2. Options 2 Act 48 Hours - $50.00. This is for IU13 School Districts who did not purchase the value-added Schoology option.

11. Schoology Make It and Take It

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Any Schoology Enterprise User

Dates: 7/24/2017

This Schoology 101 Make it and Take it workshops follows up the Schoology 101 workshop from earlier this morning. This is some dedicated time to build courses and groups with support in the room. This work session is work at your own pace while building your courses for the Fall.

Pricing Options:

1.No cost for IU13 district members who purchased the value-added Schoology option. Select option 2 Act 48 Hours - (District/Agency IU13), if you are uncertain about your district please contact ken_zimmerman@iu13.org.

2. Options 2 Act 48 Hours - $50.00. This is for IU13 School Districts who did not purchase the value-added Schoology option.

12. Adult-CPR-Infant CPR-First-Aid-AED Initial Training-Open to the Public

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Dates: 7/25/2017

The purpose of the Adult/Child/Infant CPR course is to give individuals in the workplace the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for breathing emergencies and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a machine that analyzes the heart's rhythm and, if necessary, gives instructions to deliver a shock to a victim of cardiac arrest.

Lunch is on your own. Participants must be able to perform the skill portion of the training in order to become certified.

A fee will be charged to any registrant who fails to notify IU 13 of a cancellation at least three days prior to the workshop start date. For session information contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

Please feel free to bring a towel, pad, or knee pads for floor activity.

13. Tobii Dynavox Hands on Workshop-Compass and Communication Software

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School-Age Speech and Language Therapists

Dates: 7/25/2017

This session is available by INVITATION ONLY to District and IU13 School-Age Speech-Language Therapists.

Discovery Lab: The Tobii Dynavox Discovery Lab uses lecture and case studies to LEARN about communication, access and education solutions for students with complex needs. Participants will make their way through three interactive lab stations and DO guided hands-on activities. Opportunities to APPLY knowledge in practical ways will be provided. Participants will leave the session with a handful of resources and practical tips that can be used the very next day.

14. Tobii Dynavox Hands on Workshop-Compass and Communication Software

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School-Age Speech and Language Therapists

Dates: 7/25/2017

This session is available by INVITATION ONLY to District and IU13 School-Age Speech-Language Therapists.

Discovery Lab: The Tobii Dynavox Discovery Lab uses lecture and case studies to LEARN about communication, access and education solutions for students with complex needs. Participants will make their way through three interactive lab stations and DO guided hands-on activities. Opportunities to APPLY knowledge in practical ways will be provided. Participants will leave the session with a handful of resources and practical tips that can be used the very next day.

15. Independent Reading with Strategic Conferring in the Elementary Classroom

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: K-6 teachers, instructional coaches, reading specialists, principals

Dates: 7/27/2017

In this workshop attendees will learn why, based on research, intentional independent reading is essential to their classrooms. We will also examine classroom management tips for keeping all levels of students engaged in purposeful independent reading. Last, we will examine the role the teacher plays in systematic conferring during independent reading.

Lunch will be provided.

16. Schoology for Administrators Workshop

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 7/27/2017

New
This workshop will provide administrators with an overview of how they can use Schoology to communicate and collaborate with their staff for professional learning.

Option 1: No cost for IU13 district members who purchased the value-added Schoology option.

Options 2: Act 48 Hours - $50.00. This is for anyone (district) who did not purchase the value-added Schoology option. if you are uncertain about your district's Schoology membership please contact ken_zimmerman@iu13.org

17. Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Refresher- Establishing Therapeutic Rapport

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: Intermediate Unit 13, Lancaster County, and Lebanon County public school personnel only.

Dates: 7/31/2017

Wait List
PREREQUISITES:
  • ~Current CPI certification.
  • ~Must be a public school employee employed by one of the 22 districts located within the Lancaster-Lebanon service area.

DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn to recognize the stages involved in developing therapeutic rapport with an individual after a crisis and sharpen the skills needed to complete each stage of this post-intervention process.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training. Please dress casually with sneakers or closed-toe rubber-soled shoes.

COST: $16.00- this fee will also be charged to registrants who fail to notify IU13 of cancellation at least three days prior to workshop start date.

*Notice: workshop may be cancelled if there are less than 12 participants registered three days prior to the event. If cancelled, registrants will be notified via e-mail.

For more information contact Heather Scheid, Phone: (717) 606-1842 / Email: heather_scheid@iu13.org

Registration deadline date is July 24, 2017

18. Paraeducator Workshop Series-Supporting Students with Challenging Behavior in the Classroom

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School District and IU 13 Paraeductors

Dates: 8/4/2017

Wait List
One of the most frustrating parts of teaching can be dealing with challenging behavior from students. In this session, participants will identify common stages of behavior and discuss strategies and interventions that can be implemented at each stage. Both proactive and reactive strategies will be discussed and shared.

Registration will be held from 8:00 am-8:30 am. Districts outside of the IU 13 region-$50.00 fee. For questions, please contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

19. Paraeducator Workshop-The Paraeducator's Role in Creating a Positive School Climate-Addressing Bullying in Our Schools

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: District and IU Paraeducators

Dates: 8/4/2017

Wait List
Research has found that bullying has immediate and long term negative implications for the target, the bully, and the bystanders. This session will focus on recognizing bullying behaviors, understanding the effects of bullying, and responding when bullying behaviors become evident. Participants will learn the important impact of the bystanders in a bullying situation. Through role-playing and discussion, participants will learn strategies to teach student bystanders how to be up-standers instead, therefore empowering the students towards creating a more positive school climate.

Registration will be held from 12:00 pm-12:30 pm. Districts outside of the IU 13 region-$50.00 fee. For questions, please contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

20. STEM Summer Externship Opportunity for Educators

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

Dates: 8/7/2017 to 8/9/2017

New
The Lancaster County STEM Alliance, in partnership with the Lancaster Chamber of Business and Industry, is pleased to announce 50 summer externships for Lancaster County Teachers and School Counselors. All eligible Lancaster County teachers and school counselors are eligible to participate in this exciting professional development opportunity.

Participants will travel to several locations across Lancaster County to experience these careers. Exploration will include demonstrations, presentations, hands-on experiences, tours and discussions/Q&A.

GOALS
1. To make sure every student in Lancaster County, regardless of background or any other demographic factor, has the best opportunity possible to make informed decisions about career opportunities.

2. Teachers/counselors will be better informed about the depth and breadth of STEM jobs

3. Teachers/counselors will better understand the knowledge, skills, academic preparation, future demand and average compensation associated with these 20+ jobs and more

4. Teachers/counselors will make connections with workers who can serve as resources to them throughout the school year.

Notes
All travel and food will be provided.
No cost to participants

21. Hybrid Learning 3-day Training *Invitation Only*

Program: Online and Hybrid Learning/ IS

Dates: 8/8/2017 to 8/14/2017

The Hybrid Learning training will give participants an overview of the rotational model. The training is free of charge for districts in our Hybrid consortium ($850 per day per district for employees of non-Hybrid districts.

22. 3 day series: LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) Modules 1-3

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Teachers of reading and spelling, including literacy consultants, coaches, reading specialists, special education teachers, regular education teachers, and general and special education administrators.

Dates: 8/8/2017 to 8/10/2017

LETRS is a professional development series for K-12 instruction in reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS modules prepare teachers to learn and use any well-designed reading program. Module 1 focuses on why learning to read is so difficult for many students, how reading develops, and what is happening when the reading process does not progress as expected. Module 2 helps the learner understand the phonological processor and its role in learning to read and spell. Module 3 helps the learner understand the orthographic processor and its role in learning to read and spell.

Lunch and the book “LETRS 2nd Edition” By Dr. Louisa Moats, Dr. Deborah Glaser and Dr. Carol Tolman will be provided.

*August 8, 2017 Day 1 LETRS Module 1 - The Challenge of Learning to Read

*August 9, 2017 Day 2 LETRS Module 2 – Speech Sounds of English: Phonetics, Phonology and Phoneme Awareness

*August 10, 2017 Day 3 LETRS Module 3 – Spellography for Teachers: How English Spelling Works

23. Day 1 A la carte LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) Module 1

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Teachers of reading and spelling, including literacy consultants, coaches, reading specialists, special education teachers, regular education teachers, and general and special education administrators.

Dates: 8/8/2017

LETRS is a professional development series for K-12 instruction in reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS modules prepare teachers to learn and use any well-designed reading program. Module 1 focuses on why learning to read is so difficult for many students, how reading develops, and what is happening when the reading process does not progress as expected.

Lunch and the book “LETRS 2nd Edition” By Dr. Louisa Moats, Dr. Deborah Glaser and Dr. Carol Tolman will be provided.

*August 8, 2017 Day 1 LETRS Module 1 - The Challenge of Learning to Read

24. Hosting Your Own STEM Bowl

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

Dates: 8/8/2017

Are you interested in organizing and implementing your own elementary STEM Bowl competition? Are you planning on coaching a team that will be attending the IU13 Elementary STEM Bowl and want help preparing students for the competition? This interactive professional development opportunity is designed for participants interested in conducting an Elementary STEM Bowl competition at their home school or district for students in grades 3-5. It is also designed to support STEM Bowl coaches looking for materials to in order to prepare their students for the annual IU13 Elementary STEM Bowl. Participants will take part in a mock STEM Bowl competition in order to learn about the logistics of the event, general competition rules, moderating and judging expectations, and scorekeeping methods. Participants will work collaboratively to develop elementary STEM Bowl questions that align with the PA standards and to develop a structure for a school or district STEM Bowl.

Registration begins at 8:15
Bring your laptop

25. SIM: Word Mapping Strategy

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: Grades 5-12 (students w/ at least 4th grade reading level), Sped., ESL, IST, General Ed. Teachers, Reading Specialists, Consultants, Instr. Coaches

Dates: 8/8/2017

The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) was developed by the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning (KU-CRL) and provides scientifically based and research-validated interventions. This vocabulary and advanced decoding strategy has been designed to help students quickly learn how to figure out meanings of unknown words in paragraphs using meanings of the word parts – prefixes, roots, and suffixes. For more information contact Heather Scheid- heather_scheid@iu13.org, 717-606-1842

26. Creating Historical Thinkers in the Digital Era

Program: Social Studies/ IS

Dates: 8/9/2017

Everything about the way we obtain information has changed in the last decade. Being informed used to mean that you read the paper and watched the evening news. Thanks to 24/7 news coverage, the Internet, and social media, young people are inundated with information, some factual and some fake. In this interactive session, participants will discuss what it means to be an informed citizen in the Digital Era, as well as learn strategies connected to the C3 Framework for Social Studies and The PA Academic History Standards to help students think critically about the primary and secondary sources they encounter both in and out of the classroom.
NOTES:
Please bring a laptop.
Lunch will be provided.
IU13 Social Studies Consortium Members- NO COST
IU13 Non-Consortium Members - $110.00
Non IU13 Organizations - $125.00

27. Day 2 A la carte LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) Module 2

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Teachers of reading and spelling, including literacy consultants, coaches, reading specialists, special education teachers, regular education teachers, and general and special education administrators.

Dates: 8/9/2017

LETRS is a professional development series for K-12 instruction in reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS modules prepare teachers to learn and use any well-designed reading program. Module 2 helps the learner understand the phonological processor and its role in learning to read and spell.

Please note- Day 1 Module 1 is a prerequisite to attend this training.

Lunch and the book “LETRS 2nd Edition” By Dr. Louisa Moats, Dr. Deborah Glaser and Dr. Carol Tolman will be provided.

*August 9, 2017 Day 2 LETRS Module 2 – Speech Sounds of English: Phonetics, Phonology and Phoneme Awareness

28. DIBELS Math Essential Training (Initial Training) - INVITATION ONLY

Program: Nonpublic School Services

Audience: INVITATION ONLY - Nonpublic Teachers/Staff/Administrators

Dates: 8/9/2017

New
Participants will be provided with the DIBELS Math Essential Training Workshop Book.

Participants will learn the foundations of DIBELS Math and the administration and scoring of the DIBELS Math subtests. Subtests will be modeled and participants will have practice opportunities with DIBELS Math subtest administration and scoring.

Objectives:





• Understand the research behind DIBELS Math.





• Learn how to administer and score the DIBELS math subtests.





• Understand how to plan for benchmark testing and progress monitoring and how DIBELS Math could support a Multi-Tiered System of Support.





• Learn which critical mathematical concepts are associated with these measures that assess early numeracy, math computation, and math concepts and application.

29. Google Expeditions Workshop

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: IU13 District Educators

Dates: 8/9/2017

Come explore with our newest Instructional Media Service Resource – Google Expeditions powered via Virtual Reality (VR). Teachers can take students on over 200 virtual fieldtrips without ever leaving the classroom walls. This classroom set is built specifically for Google Expeditions and works with Google Cardboard devices as well. Learn how to reserve, use, and return these amazing virtual reality sets taking your classroom to all new heights of exploration and expeditions!

30. Day 3 A la carte LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) Module 3

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: Teachers of reading and spelling, including literacy consultants, coaches, reading specialists, special education teachers, regular education teachers, and general and special education administrators.

Dates: 8/10/2017

LETRS is a professional development series for K-12 instruction in reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS modules prepare teachers to learn and use any well-designed reading program. Module 3 helps the learner understand the orthographic processor and its role in learning to read and spell.

Please note- Day 1 Module 1 is a prerequisite to attend this training.

Lunch and the book “LETRS 2nd Edition” By Dr. Louisa Moats, Dr. Deborah Glaser and Dr. Carol Tolman will be provided.

*August 10, 2017 Day 3 LETRS Module 3 – Spellography for Teachers: How English Spelling Works

31. Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Initial Training for New IU13 Employees

Program: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention/ ECSES

Audience: NEW IU13 Employees

Dates: 8/10/2017 to 8/11/2017

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 12 hours of 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 NEW IU13 employees

For more information contact Heather Scheid- heather_scheid@iu13.org

32. Paraeducator Workshop Series-Understanding Autism

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: School District and IU 13 Paraeductors

Dates: 8/10/2017

This session will describe Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and how it impacts learners. Participants will explore general behavior, sensory, and social skills strategies for use with students with ASD.

Registration will be held from 8:00 am-8:30 am. Districts outside of the IU 13 region-$50.00 fee. For questions, please contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

33. Paraeducator Workshop-Strategies and Activities to Support the Five Big Components of Reading Instruction

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Audience: District and IU Paraeducators

Dates: 8/10/2017

This session will begin with a review of information regarding the Five Big Ideas in Reading and how these ideas impact a student's ability to read and comprehend text. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss strategies and explore the various activities that can be used for review. Important skills for improving reading comprehension will be practiced.

Registration will be held from 12:00 pm-12:30 pm. Districts outside of the IU 13 region-$50.00 fee. For questions, please contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

34. Autism Academy: An Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Dates: 8/11/2017

This interactive, introductory session will provide participants with the skills for working with students with high-functioning autism. Attendees will gain an understanding of the characteristics of these students and their needs related to social cognition, communication, and academic and organizational strategies.

Registration will be held from 8:00 am-8:30 am. Districts outside of the IU 13 region-$50.00 fee. For questions, please contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

Target Audience: General Educators, Special Educators, Administrators, School Counselors, School Psychologists, Speech and Language Clinicians, Occupational Therapists, Paraeducators

35. Adult/Child/Infant CPR/First Aid/AED REFRESHER Training-Open to the Public

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Anyone Needing to Renew Their American Red Cross CPR Certification

Dates: 8/14/2017

Wait List

Participants are eligible to take the CPR/FA/AED refresher if currently certified with the American Red Cross within the past two years.

The purpose of the Adult/Child/Infant CPR course is to give individuals in the workplace the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for breathing emergencies and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a machine that analyzes the heart's rhythm and, if necessary, gives instructions to deliver a shock to a victim of cardiac arrest.

Lunch is on your own. Participants must be able to perform the skill portion of the training in order to become certified.

A fee will be charged to any registrant who fails to notify IU 13 of a cancellation at least three days prior to the workshop start date. For session information contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

Please feel free to bring a towel, pad, or knee pads for floor activity.

36. Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Refresher- The Power of Listening

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: Intermediate Unit 13, Lancaster County, and Lebanon County public school personnel only.

Dates: 8/14/2017

PREREQUISITES:
  • ~Current CPI certification.
  • ~Must be a public school employee employed by one of the 22 districts located within the Lancaster-Lebanon service area.

DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn to:

  • -Identify and overcome their own roadblocks to listening
  • -Distinguish various forms of two-way listening and assess the advantages and pitfalls of each approach
  • -Use Empathic Listening as a tool that will enhance rapport with their students
A review of the the physical intervention techniques will be conducted.

Close partner practice of physical techniques is a required component of the training. Please dress casually with sneakers or closed-toe rubber-soled shoes.

COST: $16.00- this fee will also be charged to registrants who fail to notify IU13 of cancellation at least three days prior to workshop start date.

*Notice: workshop may be cancelled if there are less than 12 participants registered three days prior to the event. If cancelled, registrants will be notified via e-mail.

For more information contact Heather Scheid, Phone: (717) 606-1842 / Email: heather_scheid@iu13.org

Registration deadline date is August 11, 2017

37. Adult-CPR-Infant CPR-First-Aid-AED Initial Training-Open to the Public

Program: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/ ECSES

Dates: 8/23/2017

The purpose of the Adult/Child/Infant CPR course is to give individuals in the workplace the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for breathing emergencies and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a machine that analyzes the heart's rhythm and, if necessary, gives instructions to deliver a shock to a victim of cardiac arrest.

Lunch is on your own. Participants must be able to perform the skill portion of the training in order to become certified.

A fee will be charged to any registrant who fails to notify IU 13 of a cancellation at least three days prior to the workshop start date. For session information contact Linda Swisher at (717) 606-1878.

Please feel free to bring a towel, pad, or knee pads for floor activity.

38. DIBELS Math Essential Training (Initial Training) - Gehmans Mennonite School ONLY

Program: Nonpublic School Services

Audience: Gehmans Mennonite School ONLY - Nonpublic Teachers/Staff/Administrators

Dates: 8/23/2017

New
Participants will be provided with the DIBELS Math Essential Training Workshop Book.

Participants will learn the foundations of DIBELS Math and the administration and scoring of the DIBELS Math subtests. Subtests will be modeled and participants will have practice opportunities with DIBELS Math subtest administration and scoring.

Objectives:






• Understand the research behind DIBELS Math.






• Learn how to administer and score the DIBELS math subtests.






• Understand how to plan for benchmark testing and progress monitoring and how DIBELS Math could support a Multi-Tiered System of Support.






• Learn which critical mathematical concepts are associated with these measures that assess early numeracy, math computation, and math concepts and application.

39. Psychologists' Network Meeting

Program: Focus and Networking Groups for Psych and SEC/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 9/6/2017

Topic TBD

40. Phonics First Orton-Gillingham Training- Level 1

Program: MTSS Tier 2/3 Literacy/ ECSES

Audience: K--3 General Education teachers & K-5 Resource and Special Education teachers

Dates: 9/11/2017 to 9/15/2017

Phonics First is multisensory Orton-Gillingham Instruction training. Phonics First Level 1 Training is designed for K-3 general education teachers and K-5 Resource and Special Education Teachers.

Lunch is on your own. There will be one hour set aside for lunch.

For more information contact Heather Scheid (717) 606-1842, heather_scheid@iu13.org.

41. Phonics First Orton-Gillingham Training-Primary

Program: MTSS Tier 2/3 Literacy/ ECSES

Audience: K--1 General Education teachers & K-2 Resource and Special Education teachers

Dates: 9/11/2017 to 9/13/2017

Phonics First is multisensory Orton-Gillingham Instruction training. Phonics First Primary Level Training is designed for K-1 general education teachers and K-2 Resource and Special Education Teachers.

Lunch is on your own. There will be one hour set aside for lunch.

For more information contact Heather Scheid (717) 606-1842, heather_scheid@iu13.org.

42. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 9/19/2017

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.

43. Connected Libraries/ACCESS PA Meetings

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians - all Elementary, Middle, & High School

Dates: 9/19/2017

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

44. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 9/19/2017

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.

45. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: Technology Coordinators

Dates: 9/21/2017

Monthly meeting for Technology Coordinators

46. PIIC Regional Coaching Conference: Coaching Forward with Purpose, Practice, and Evidence

Program: Literacy/ IS

Audience: PIIC coaches from IUs 11, 13, 14, 15, and 29 only

Dates: 9/21/2017

*This conference is for PIIC coaches from IUs 11, 13, 14, 15, and 29 only*

The goal of the Regional PIIC Conference is to refine and expand the skills of instructional coaches by broadening knowledge of best practices while deepening understanding and application of the qualities of effective coaching across IU's. Network with coaches from across the region during this day of professional learning to take your coaching a step forward. Discover your purpose, practice your craft, and collect and use evidence to move your coaching forward.

Registration is from 9:00-9:30am and the conference begins at 9:30am.

Lunch will be at your own expense. You are welcome to grab lunch from our on-site cafeteria. Please note that the cafeteria only accepts cash (no credit cards), but there is an ATM located in the cafeteria if needed.

47. Coding Curriculum via Code.Org Workshop: An Introduction To Computer Science, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Logic

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Educators teaching computer science using code.org k-6 materials

Dates: 10/4/2017

Teaching students about computer programming, or coding, is a great way to spark an interest in computer science, as well as support skills in all content areas.

The session will review Code.Org's exciting and engaging curriculum that allows students to explore the limitless world of technology and computer science. The curriculum focuses on critical thinking, logic, persistence, and creativity to help students develop their problem-solving in all subject areas, no matter what their age.

The curriculum has been designed for all teachers and all technology comfort levels. Participants will learn how to begin teaching basic computer science concepts through online activities and ""unplugged"" activities. Consisting of three courses, Course 1 for non-readers and Course 2/3 for emerging readers, Code.Org's curriculum aligns to CSTA Computer Science Standards and also map to Math, Language Arts, Science, and ISTE standards. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the workshop and teachers will also receive a swag bags with Code.Org goodies and a teacher supply kit to teach the unplugged lessons.

48. ETC Committee Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: ETC Committee Members

Dates: 10/5/2017

Elementary Technology Conference Committee planning

49. STC Committee Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: STC Committee Members

Dates: 10/5/2017

Secondary Technology conference committee planning

50. Pupil Services Staff Training Series 2017-2018: Trauma Informed Practices

Program: Behavior, Safe Schools, and Culture/ ECSES

Audience: School Nurses, School Psychologists, Social Workers & Counselors, Pupil Personnel Administrators

Dates: 10/17/2017

New
This comprehensive training series will allow participants to accrue 7 Act 48 credits within a flex learning model of instructional delivery as follows:


  • •Webinar: Trauma Informed Practices- Building Foundational Knowledge (2 Act 48 hours)- The Webinar will be available starting August 1st. A link will be sent to all registrants.

  • •October 17, 2017- Face-to-Face: Constructing Trauma Informed Practice Team Models (3.5 Act 48 hours)

  • •On-Site or Virtual: Evaluating Implementation of Trauma Informed Practices (1.5 Act 48 hours)- Scheduled per team during the October 17th session.

Registration deadline is September 30, 2017. For more information contact Heather Scheid, heather_scheid@iu13.org

51. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 10/17/2017

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.

52. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 10/17/2017

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.

53. Using PVAAS to Bring Focus to Your Work in Supporting Teachers

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: School Leaders (Principals, Assistant Principals), District Leaders (Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Directors of Curriculum and Instruction, Directors of Special Education), and Act 93 members who supervise teachers

Dates: 10/18/2017

Today’s school leaders are balancing the needs of instructional leadership with school management. Do you want to strengthen your focus on improving academic achievement and growth results for students? Do you have a laser-like focus when working with department/grade-level teams and individual teachers to enhance their professional growth? Does this laser-like focus have a goal of providing leadership on the most effective instructional practices teachers can use with their students?

Key PVAAS reports can help you with this important work! This session will highlight the key PVAAS reports to show how you can truly differentiate your supervision and support based on the data of your school. This four-hour session will highlight various scenarios that demonstrate the use of the School Launchpad and School Teacher Summary report to determine if support is needed at the system level, grade/subject level, and/or at the individual teacher level. Once you learn how to analyze these reports, you will be ready to analyze your own PVAAS data after the fall PVAAS release.

To get the most from the day, time has been set aside in the afternoon for an optional two-hour work session for participants. Bring a snack or lunch so you and/or your team can continue the conversation in the afternoon and plan for using the fall PVAAS data. Facilitators from the PVAAS Statewide Team for PDE and IU Consultants will be available to answer questions and help make connections for you and your team.

8:00am-8:30am – Registration
8:30am-12:30pm – Morning Session
12:30pm-1:00pm – Lunch on Your Own
1:00pm-3:00pm – Afternoon Work Session (optional)

54. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: District Technology Coordinators

Dates: 10/19/2017

Monthly Technology Coordinator Meeting

55. Psychologists' Network Meeting

Program: Focus and Networking Groups for Psych and SEC/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 10/31/2017

Topic TBD

56. Using PVAAS to Find Your School-Wide Focus (Morning Session)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: School Leaders (Principals, Assistant Principals), District Leaders (Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Directors of Curriculum and Instruction, Directors of Special Education), and Act 93 members who supervise teachers

Dates: 11/15/2017

How do I identify and communicate my school’s highest priorities at the subject and grade level? Analyses of data and transforming that information into strategic action is a key skill for School Leaders. This session will engage participants and further develop skills in the area of data informed decision making. You will: 1) Interpret PVAAS school-level growth reports on the Launchpad and the NEW Growth of Student Groups report; 2) Document growth result findings; 3) Transform these findings into growth goals and priorities to provide a specific focus for your school; and 4) Investigate strategies for digging deeper into the root cause of student performance results. You can also apply the growth results to a year-long plan for professional learning, based on identified priorities. You will leave with an understanding of how to strategically identify and communicate a focus at school, grade, and subject levels.

NOTE: Morning and afternoon sessions are identical!

8:00am-8:30am – Registration
8:30am-11:30pm – Morning Session

57. Using PVAAS to Find Your School-Wide Focus (Afternoon Session)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: School Leaders (Principals, Assistant Principals), District Leaders (Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Directors of Curriculum and Instruction, Directors of Special Education), and Act 93 members who supervise teachers

Dates: 11/15/2017

How do I identify and communicate my school’s highest priorities at the subject and grade level? Analyses of data and transforming that information into strategic action is a key skill for School Leaders. This session will engage participants and further develop skills in the area of data informed decision making. You will: 1) Interpret PVAAS school-level growth reports on the Launchpad and the NEW Growth of Student Groups report; 2) Document growth result findings; 3) Transform these findings into growth goals and priorities to provide a specific focus for your school; and 4) Investigate strategies for digging deeper into the root cause of student performance results. You can also apply the growth results to a year-long plan for professional learning, based on identified priorities. You will leave with an understanding of how to strategically identify and communicate a focus at school, grade, and subject levels.

NOTE: Morning and afternoon sessions are identical!

12:00pm-12:30am – Registration
12:30pm-3:30pm – Afternoon Session

58. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: District Technology Coordinators

Dates: 11/16/2017

Monthly Technology Coordinator Meeting

59. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 11/21/2017

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.

60. Connected Libraries/ACCESS PA Meetings

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians - all Elementary, Middle, & High School

Dates: 11/21/2017

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

61. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 11/21/2017

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.

62. Elementary Technology Conference

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Elementary Educators, Instructional Coaches, Technology Integrators

Dates: 12/12/2017

The 10th Annual ETC is designed for K-6 classroom teachers. Come join your colleagues as they share ways to engage your students with technology-rich lessons and ideas. Choose from over 32 sessions on instructional best practices to new Web 2.0 tools and more!! Lunch will be provided.

63. Secondary Technology Conference

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Secondary Educators, Instructional Coaches, Technology Integrators

Dates: 12/13/2017

The 3rd Annual Secondary Technology Conference is designed for 7th-12th classroom teachers. Come join your colleagues as they share ways to engage your students with technology-rich lessons and ideas. Choose from over 32 sessions on instructional best practices to new Web 2.0 tools and more!! Lunch will be provided.

64. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 12/19/2017

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.

65. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: Technology Coordinators

Dates: 12/21/2017

Monthly meetng for Technology Coordinators

66. Psychologists' Network Meeting

Program: Focus and Networking Groups for Psych and SEC/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 1/4/2018

Topic TBD

67. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 1/16/2018

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.

68. Connected Libraries/ACCESS PA Meetings

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians - all Elementary, Middle, & High School

Dates: 1/16/2018

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

69. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 1/16/2018

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.

70. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: District Technology Coordinators

Dates: 1/18/2018

Monthly Technology Coordinator Meeting

71. Using PVAAS for Student Scheduling & Planning Your Master Schedule (Morning Session)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Secondary School Leaders (Principals, Assistant Principals), Department Chairs/Content Leaders in Secondary Schools, Middle School Counselors, High School Counselors, and Directors of Curriculum NOTE: This session is geared towards those working in secondary schools serving students in Grades 6-12.

Dates: 1/24/2018

Extend your knowledge of key PVAAS reports and enhance your understanding of how to use those reports in your role to plan a master schedule and provide informed recommendations for course scheduling and class placement. PVAAS projections are available for PSSA, Keystone, Advanced Placement, PSAT, SAT, and ACT exams. Many of these projections are available several years in advance for students, allowing you to make informed decisions when needed during the school year. The session will address the most important information to use from each key report, as well as questions answered by each report, as you plan interventions, enrichment, acceleration, and course offerings. Additionally, the session will illustrate how to utilize student-level projection data when making individual scheduling decisions for students, including: 1) Examining Keystone projections to proactively provide support; 2) Scheduling students into rigorous Honors and AP courses based on individual student projections; 3) Planning for AP course offerings and selections; and 4) Utilizing PSAT, SAT, and ACT projections to better inform needs for college readiness prep programs. Scenarios from PA districts will be included, to provide examples of how the PVAAS data can be used to enhance the scheduling process in your school.

NOTE: Morning and afternoon sessions are identical!

8:00pm-8:30am – Registration
8:30am-11:30pm – Morning Session

72. Using PVAAS for Student Scheduling & Planning Your Master Schedule (Afternoon Session)

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: Secondary School Leaders (Principals, Assistant Principals), Department Chairs/Content Leaders in Secondary Schools, Middle School Counselors, High School Counselors, and Directors of Curriculum NOTE: This session is geared towards those working in secondary schools serving students in Grades 6-12.

Dates: 1/24/2018

Extend your knowledge of key PVAAS reports and enhance your understanding of how to use those reports in your role to plan a master schedule and provide informed recommendations for course scheduling and class placement. PVAAS projections are available for PSSA, Keystone, Advanced Placement, PSAT, SAT, and ACT exams. Many of these projections are available several years in advance for students, allowing you to make informed decisions when needed during the school year. The session will address the most important information to use from each key report, as well as questions answered by each report, as you plan interventions, enrichment, acceleration, and course offerings. Additionally, the session will illustrate how to utilize student-level projection data when making individual scheduling decisions for students, including: 1) Examining Keystone projections to proactively provide support; 2) Scheduling students into rigorous Honors and AP courses based on individual student projections; 3) Planning for AP course offerings and selections; and 4) Utilizing PSAT, SAT, and ACT projections to better inform needs for college readiness prep programs. Scenarios from PA districts will be included, to provide examples of how the PVAAS data can be used to enhance the scheduling process in your school.

NOTE: Morning and afternoon sessions are identical!

12:00pm-12:30am – Registration
12:30am-3:30pm – Afternoon Session

73. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 2/20/2018

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.

74. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 3/13/2018

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.

75. Connected Libraries/ACCESS PA Meetings

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians - all Elementary, Middle, & High School

Dates: 3/13/2018

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

76. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 3/13/2018

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.

77. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: District Technology Coordinators

Dates: 3/15/2018

Monthly Technology Coordinator Meeting

78. Psychologists' Network Meeting- GO-TO MEETING

Program: Focus and Networking Groups for Psych and SEC/ ECSES

Audience: School Psychologists

Dates: 3/26/2018

This meeting will be via Go-To Meeting. Registrants will receive the link to connect to the session prior to the start date. Please update your email in My Learning Plan to ensure you receive the link.

TOPIC: TBD

79. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 4/17/2018

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.

80. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 4/17/2018

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.

81. Technology Coordinator Meeting

Program: Technology Services

Audience: District Technology Coordinators

Dates: 5/9/2018

Monthly Technology Coordinator Meeting

82. Tech Media Integrators' Meeting

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

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

Dates: 5/15/2018

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.

83. LLVS Advisor/Mentor Meeting

Program: Curriculum and Instruction/ IS

Audience: LLVS Advisors, Institutional Admins, Technical Contact

Dates: 5/15/2018

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.

84. Connected Libraries/ACCESS PA Meetings

Program: Instructional Technology/ IS

Audience: Librarians - all Elementary, Middle, & High School

Dates: 5/15/2018

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

85. Hybrid Learning 3-day Training

Program: Online and Hybrid Learning/ IS

Dates: 6/19/2018 to 6/26/2018

The Hybrid Learning training will give participants an overview of the rotational model. The training is free of charge for districts in our Hybrid consortium. ($900 per day per district for employees of non-Hybrid districts.)

86. Hybrid Learning 3-day Training

Program: Online and Hybrid Learning/ IS

Dates: 8/1/2018 to 8/8/2018

The Hybrid Learning training will give participants an overview of the rotational model. The training is free of charge for districts in our Hybrid consortium. ($900 per day per district for employees of non-Hybrid districts.)