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1. Building Reading Muscle, Grades 6-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

Building Reading Muscle, Grades 6-8

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: : http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description: Building reading muscle requires training, perseverance and constant progress monitoring. Participants will review intervention strategies that include timely response to an intervention focused on strength and strategy. Strategic and differentiated interventions reviewed and practiced with will include cognitive questioning, vocabulary development, peer and teacher feedback, use of graphic organizers and reflective self-monitoring strategies as they apply to middle-level learners.

Course Outcomes: Investigate and construct intervention strategies focused on the response to intervention. Apply strategies to differentiate instruction for struggling learners

Identify, produce and implement vocabulary and questioning strategies combined with consistent use of teacher and peer feedback to build reading muscle

2. Building Reading Muscle, Grades 9-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Building reading muscle requires training, perseverance and constant progress monitoring. Participants will review intervention strategies that include timely response to an intervention focused on strength and strategy. Strategic and differentiated interventions reviewed and practiced with will include cognitive questioning, vocabulary development, peer and teacher feedback, use of graphic organizers and reflective self-monitoring strategies as they apply to middle-level learners.
Course Outcomes:
Investigate and construct intervention strategies focused on the response to intervention Apply strategies to differentiate instruction for struggling learners
Identify, produce and implement vocabulary and questioning strategies combined with consistent use of teacher and peer feedback to build reading muscle

3. Building Reading Muscle, Grades PK-5

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Building reading muscle requires training, perseverance and constant progress monitoring. Participants will review intervention strategies that include timely response to an intervention focused on strength and strategy. Strategic and differentiated interventions reviewed and practiced with will include cognitive questioning, vocabulary development, peer and teacher feedback, use of graphic organizers and reflective self-monitoring strategies as they apply to middle-level learners.
Course Outcomes:
Investigate and construct intervention strategies focused on the response to intervention Apply strategies to differentiate instruction for struggling learners
Identify, produce and implement vocabulary and questioning strategies combined with consistent use of teacher and peer feedback to build reading muscle

4. Co-teaching and Professional Collaboration

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Strong co-teaching relationships are the underpinnings for a seamless and manageable instructional environment. This course will prepare teachers to work collaboratively on mutual goals and student learning objectives in a team effort. The benefits of such effort are numerous and include: positive and scholarly collegial exchanges focused on student-centered goals and objectives, planned and orchestrated communication among each other and with students, analysis and use of data to plan effective instruction with.
Course Outcomes:
Plan collaboratively using protocols specific to effective communication resulting in higher understanding and action steps
Identify and analyze learning gaps to develop action steps
Select mutual student learning objectives and plan around those objectives with strategy

5. ENLs: Multiple Intelligences, Multiple Learning Styles, Grades 3-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Research continues to show that providing students with multiple entry-points to learning improves performance. Tools and resources used to measure learning styles and learning preferences will be included in this rich and informative e-course focused on identifying and cultivating multiple intelligences in order to effectively plan for, and teach to our speakers of other languages.

Course Outcomes:







•Acquire new tools to cultivate student intelligence with while teaching to the multiple learning styles of ELLs.






•Differentiate for multiple learning styles per best practices for ENLs.






•Apply strategies specific to ELLs for teaching to multiple intelligences.

6. ENLs: Balanced Literacy Grades K-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
All About Balanced Literacy and English Language Learners Grades K-8 Participants in this e-course will learn how the balanced literacy components of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension to work into a balanced reading, writing, listening and speaking curriculum geared specifically for ELLs. Research-based strategies that engage effective instruction, as guided by sound scaffolding techniques, work seamlessly into successful balanced literacy programs when applied intentionally - participants will learn all of this, and more. Ancillary materials for immediate implementation will include rubrics, checklists, lesson plans and strategy guides.
Course Outcomes:










•Use reading, writing, listening and speaking strategies to effectively scaffold student learning.









•Develop the skill and ability to leverage online and off-site resources to teach using balanced literacy strategies and techniques.

7. ENLs: Best Literacy Practices

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description: After analyzing modules to determine the best embedded practices that support diverse English language learners, participants will divide by grade bands to learn the best practices embedded within them. Looking at and analyzing module samples will teach them how to identify specific best practices in action, and what makes them best as a strategy and an action, providing the foundations for differentiation and close reading strategies. Participants will identify best practices pertinent to the grade and discipline they teach, and work them into assignments that scaffold into a final project. Course Outcomes:









•Analyze lessons to identify embedded best practices that support the diverse language needs of ELL students.








•Glean and apply new best practices by working them into unit and lesson plans presently being taught. Implement and reflect upon best practice strategies








•Align best practices with pertinent lesson

8. ENLs: Building Reading Comprehension Grades PK-3

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
The building blocks to effective reading comprehension begin in the primary grades with explicit instruction, teacher modeling and lots of guided practice. Under this umbrella, participants will learn to teach reading comprehension, geared specifically for the needs of ENLs, through the effective strategies that build student capacity. Story structure, graphic representation, reciprocal questioning, retelling and summarizing are some of the approaches under study. All strategies overviewed will include tools for implementation. Course Outcomes:






•Acquire and apply the skills needed to effectively teach reading comprehension in primary grades for ENLs.





•Plan for and implement the strategies that build student capacity through teacher modeling, guided practice.

9. ENLs: Close Reading Strategies Grades 3-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
While many students will develop their own methods to read complicated text, answer high-level questions and respond with written products, many ENLs will struggle with reading complex text and the close reading strategies that support it. We now know there are numerous approaches to teach close reading with, all of them working in numerous ways to parcel through multiple layers of text complexity, even for ENLs. From chunking to note taking with purpose, to using visuals and other multi-sensory approaches, participants will gain a repertoire of strategies with which to teach close reading successfully to all students, including ENLs. Course Outcomes:





•Understand what it means to "close read" with a strategy for ENLs.





•Understand and gain insight into the close reading requirements of the Common Core State Standards.





•Apply new strategies to the teaching of close reading to English language learners.

10. ENLs: Common Core Writing Standard Strategies, Gr 'K-5

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will take participants into deep realms of text analysis in fiction and non-fiction print. Participants will examine reading selection, questioning strategy, and leveling of strategy and resources for effective scaffolding and differentiation to meet the needs of ELLs. Participants will learn about, and become familiar with, resources that determine text complexity, level libraries, take running records and use anecdotal data to analyze, evaluate, and plan for student needs.

Student Learning Outcomes:


• Use tools that determine text complexity.


• Access and use resources that support text complexity, leveled libraries, the taking of running records, and formative assessment data to plan and differentiate for ESOLs.

11. ENLs: Common Core Writing Standard Strategies, Gr 6-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

COURSE DESCRIPTION: With a focus on expository writing geared for ENL students, participants will cull the CCSS writing and language standards for their application to content-specific writing genre within ENL instruction. In doing so, participants will level strategy and expectation with assignments as they align with state and national standards. Planning of performance writing tasks (or other writing assignments) will take central focus as participants learn to strategically scaffold in order to close grade-level achievement gaps while meeting the expectations for ENL students within the Common Core.

Course Outcomes:



• Understand genre and CCSS expectations as they apply to expository writing and ENL students.



• Apply new strategies to teaching for ENLs while facilitating the writing process as it applies to content area writing and CCSS expectations.



• Plan and scaffold for differentiated writing tasks specific to ENL students.

12. ENLs: Data-Driven Decision Making

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Instructional decision-making hinges on variables that can change by the minute, the hour, and the student. The many forms that data take can inform rich instruction. It's all about driving the right data to the right instructional strategy. This course will focus on deep data digs, gaps analysis, and meeting the needs of second language learners.






•Glean and analyze valuable information about student performance from data, focusing on ENLs.





•Look at and analyze multiple data sets to plan instructional strategy with. Data will include formative and summative sources focused on drawing accurate information about the language performance of ENLs.





•Use data to plan instruction for ENLs with.

13. ENLs: Differentiating in Bilingual Classrooms, Grades 6-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Teaching and differentiating in inclusive classrooms requires careful and flexible planning and creativity. Through design, re-design, and research-based, field tested strategy in inclusive classrooms, participants will invent and reinvent lessons using effective methods for differentiation, with a focus on ELL growth. Learning profiles, interest survey cognitive-friendly learning environments, SIOP strategies, tiered questioning and student "hooks" for rigorous learning application are some of the takeaways of this e-course. Course Outcomes:





•Create differentiated lessons for inclusive classrooms through design and strategy.





•Practice with the strategies that lead to effective and diverse learning environments.





•Plan flexibly using tools, resources, and new strategy to address the needs of diverse learners.

14. ENLs: Differentiating in Bilingual Classrooms, Grades K-5

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
All participants must spend a minimum of two hours in the course and receive at least a 70% for course completion and CTLE credits. Course Description:
Teaching and differentiating in inclusive classrooms requires careful and flexible planning and creativity. Through design, re-design, and research-based, field-tested strategy in inclusive classrooms, participants will invent and reinvent lessons using effective methods for differentiation, with a focus on ELL growth. Learning profiles, interest survey cognitive-friendly learning environments, SIOP strategies, tiered questioning and student "hooks" for rigorous learning application are some of the takeaways of this e-course.
Course Outcomes:







• Create differentiated lessons for inclusive classrooms through design and strategy.







• Practice with the strategies that lead to effective and diverse learning environments.







• Plan flexibly using tools, resources, and new strategy to address the needs of diverse learners.

15. ENLs: Differentiating with Literature Circles Grades K-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Literature circles with flexible grouping are a combination that works perfectly into a differentiated literacy curriculum for ENLs. With a strong record of success, literature circles continue to meet the needs of all learners. Participants in this e-course will learn the strategies that make literature circles successful, and how to leverage them effectively for ENLs, small groups, and learning centers. Tools for implementation and informal assessment include checklists, role rubrics and a host of multisensory differentiation ideas.

Course Outcomes:






•Locate, develop and use the tools needed to effectively differentiate instruction for ENLs within the Literature Circle framework.





•Use field-tested tools to successfully conduct literature circles that differentiate for ENLs.

16. ENLs: Formative Assessment Practices, Grades K-5

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Assessment of learning or for learning? Balanced, summative interim and formative assessments will be evaluated for CCSS application in this e-course. Participants will understand how to effectively monitor their ENL student learning, structure requisite assessment criteria, and teach to support a rapid turnaround of language results. Course Outcomes:






•Seek out new assessment resources using effective research skills that further teaching and learning.





•Match grade-level assessment criteria to standards-aligned curriculum





•Monitor student learning to move up individual student performance, focusing primarily on ENLs.

17. ENLs: Inclusive Classrooms K-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Careful thought and planning can garner the best classroom management practices for inclusive classrooms. Participants in this course will learn how to create balanced classrooms, and evaluate their utility in various settings and scenarios to include co-teaching and collaboration. The use of appropriate supports for English language learners will be practiced with through various teaching approaches, to include co-teaching, interactive teaching, parallel teaching, and through lesson development. Participants will glean useful learning strategies as they align with teaching of core content for inclusive settings. Course Outcomes:







• Understand how to plan for and apply research-based strategies to classroom management practices in inclusive classroom settings.






•Understand what balanced classrooms look like, and plan similarly using various teaching methods and models.







•Align management strategy with content goals based on industry best practices for






•inclusive K-5 settings focused on ELL growth.

18. ENLs: Literacy Strategies for Struggling Learners, Grades 3-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Consistent use of reading and writing strategy across all content areas continues to turn around the language skills of English language learners, particularly those who struggle. Participants will finish this e-course with a compendium of strategies and tools to aid ENLs and struggling learners with, using researched and field-tested implementation ideas.

Course Outcomes:






•Use same strategy ideas across all content areas to leverage ENL student success with.






•Glean and apply multiple strategies that aid in the successful literacy effort of struggling learners and ENLs.







•Apply collaboration among multiple disciplines and plan to accommodate the needs of struggling learners.

19. ENLs: Planning with Differentiation in Mind

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Aligned to: Danielson Domains 1 and 2, Marzano Domains 2 and 3 Planning with purpose leads to effective instruction. This course takes learners through a variety of planning processes that align closely with pre-established learning goals, objectives, state and national standards. In addition, working knowledge of current and best instructional planning design specific to ENLs, along with the preparation that goes behind it, will highlight reflection and development. Participants will work new ideas into planning with specific purposes and ends in mind as they work out of and into the Marzano (2001) Nine Categories in Instructional Planning.

Course Outcomes:






•Develop understanding and knowledge of ENL students.





•Set high instructional outcomes that move ENL students toward specific ends and purposes.





•Practice with accessing planning resources and resources to work into planning with.





•Develop utility with resources that aid in the planning of coherent instruction for English language learners.

20. ENLs: Research-Based Literacy Strategies

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Participants will be introduced to sound and scientific research as it promotes literacy across all content areas to help ENL students build foundational skills across reading, writing, speaking and listening. They'll learn the scaffolds behind them that aid students in the important transition process across all content areas. The intentional, consistent, and rigorous teaching of reading and writing strategy that improves student achievement will engage the 90/90/90 principled approach. Participants completing this course will take away implementation tools that include graphic organizers, semantic maps, thinking aids, checklists, rubrics and more.

Course Outcomes:





•Move scientific theory into classroom literacy strategy across specific content areas for ENL students.




•Scaffold student progress along a rigorous strategy continuum.




•Import research-based literacy strategy into lessons for rigorous application and implementation

21. ENLs: Teaching to Diversity, Grades 3-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Teaching to cultural and linguistic diversity requires careful and flexible planning, creativity, and a teamed approach that involves parents and all educational stakeholders in order to develop students' language skills. Beginning with multiple, research-based strategies for multi-cultural environments, participants will develop their ability to analyze and plan with data to differentiate between multiple learner types and varying degrees of language support.

Course Outcomes:





•Practice and plan with the strategies that lead to effective and diverse learning environments in multi-cultural classrooms.




•Plan flexibly using tools, resources, and a new strategy to address the needs of second language learners.




•Understand the relevance of a properly structured cultural environment in meeting the diverse linguistic needs of students.

22. ENLs: Teaching to Text Complexity, Grades 3-9

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Reading strategies will focus on skill and readability as participants are introduced to leveling systems that scaffold. Participants will be introduced to the scaffolding mechanisms needed to appropriately move up text complexity in multiple genres across all subject areas for ENLs.

Course Outcomes:




•Scaffold for, and teach to, text complexity.




•Through practice, develop the ability to plan strategically for teaching text complexity to ELLs.




•Align student-learning objectives to a strategy that teaches text complexity.

23. ENLs: The Art of Differentiating Instruction

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
The art of differentiation happens through design, re-design, and flexible teaching strategy. Participants in this e-course will reinvent lessons using research-based, effective methods for differentiation geared specifically for ENLs. They'll have opportunities to re-purpose lesson plans, understand readiness versus ability, and capitalize on brain plasticity to engage students through intellect and creativity. Learning profiles, interest surveys, cognitive-friendly learning environments, tiered questioning and student "hooks" for rigorous learning application are some of the takeaways to this e-course.





•Create differentiated lessons through design and strategy focused on the language needs of ENLs.




•Use design strategy for mixed-ability grouping and classroom environment.




•Use online and print tools for differentiation such as learning profiles, interest surveys and tiered questioning.

24. ENLs: Tools and Practices for Monitoring Progress

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Through a tiered instructional framework, participants will be introduced to tools and research-based practices of effective progress monitoring at Tiers II and III of the RtI framework with a focus on ENL students. By evaluating and becoming knowledgeable about high quality, differentiated and scientifically based instructional practices, participants will learn how to scaffold learning strategy carefully, and with increased intensity using the tools to meet their ENL students at an assessed level of performance and rate of progress. Increased achievement and closed learning gaps are among the priorities when intervening strategically.

Course Outcomes:





•Use the tools of tiered instructional models to close achievement gaps for Tiers II and III ENL students.




•Plan with and apply the assessment procedures needed to progress monitor effectively in order to deliver effective and timely interventions for RtI and ENL students.




•Plan and practice with various differentiated, scientifically based instructional technique to scaffold instruction with.

25. Literacy Strategies for STEM, Grades 6 - 12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Transferring literacy skills to subjects outside of English Language Arts is easily achieved when the instruction is strategy-driven, explicit and consistently applied across subject areas. In this e-course, participants will focus on informational text and non-fiction writing across multiple subject areas. By analyzing non-fiction reading and writing in science and technical subjects, participants will understand and be able to resource supportive strategy for the consistent threading across grade-level content areas, genres, and learning styles. Tools for implementation and scaffolding will be abundant.
Course Outcomes:
Learn research-based strategy for teaching and facilitating content-focused writing sessions in support of non-fiction text
Understanding of reading and writing genre as applied to specific science and technical disciplines
Facilitate comprehension and understanding through reading strategy and responsive writing

26. Literacy Strategies for STEM, Grades K - 5

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Transferring literacy skills to subjects outside of English Language Arts is easily achieved when the instruction is strategy-driven, explicit and consistently applied across subject areas. In this e-course, participants will focus on informational text and non-fiction writing across multiple subject areas. By analyzing non-fiction reading and writing in science and technical subjects, participants will understand and be able to resource supportive strategy for the consistent threading across grade-level content areas, genres, and learning styles. Tools for implementation and scaffolding will be abundant.

Course Outcomes:
Learn research-based strategy for teaching and facilitating content-focused writing sessions in support of non-fiction text
Understanding of reading and writing genre as applied to specific science and technical disciplines
Facilitate comprehension and understanding through reading strategy and responsive writing

27. Motivating and Engaging 21st Century Adolescents,Grades 6-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
What are the classroom conditions that motivate and engage our 21st-century learners? What are the assignments that cultivate curiosity and foster collaborative peer relationships? This e-course examines the research that supports engaging classroom talk, questioning and self-expression through strategy, technology, and effective teacher facilitation. Participants will leave this e-course with multiple resources to aid in motivating and engaging the 21st-century adolescent learners in the classroom.

Course Outcomes:
Recognize and defend the classroom conditions necessary for 21st-century learners to become motivated and engaged
Identify resources and modify them to collaborative assignments that incorporate hybrid methods of teaching and learning
Choose and implement strategies for effective facilitation of a motivating curriculum

28. Purposeful Planning

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl
Course Description:
Planning with purpose leads to effective instruction. This course takes learners through a variety of planning processes that align closely with pre-established learning goals, objectives, and state and national standards. In addition, working knowledge of current best instructional design and preparation will highlight the relevance of reflection as it enriches comprehensive lesson development. Participants will work new ideas into planning with specific purposes and ends in mind as they work out of and into the Marzano (2001) Nine Categories of Instructional Planning.

Course Outcomes:
Develop understanding and knowledge of content and pedagogy as it informs differentiation for a variety of student needs.
Understand and develop a working knowledge of what the high instructional outcomes are, and how to plan for them through coherent instructional design.
Develop utility with planning resources that aid in the lesson and content development

29. Research-Based Assessment Practices for Special Needs Students, Grades 3-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Practical and authentic assessment methods that have a strong research-base will be the central feature of this course in evaluating the needs of exceptional students. Informal and teacher developed assessment technique will invoke best practices through the use of technology, smart classroom strategy, and smart curriculum design.

Course Outcomes:
Evaluate the needs of special needs students to align best instructional strategy to those needs
Through job-embedded participation, demonstrate with several research-based assessments in order to determine student needs, learning readiness, and needed instructional support
Apply sound research-based strategy to plan for instruction and instructional intervention, or modify existing instructional plans, for the language needs of the learners.

30. Standards-Based Formative Assessment, Grades 6-12

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Assessment of learning or for learning? Balanced, summative interim and formative assessments will be evaluated for CCSS application in this e-course. Participants will understand how to effectively monitor student learning, structure requisite assessment criteria and teach to support a rapid turnaround of results.

Course Outcomes:
Extend the research skills needed to seek out assessment resources that further teaching and learning
Match grade-level assessment criteria to standards-aligned curriculum and instruction
Use tools to monitor student learning to move up individual student performance

31. Standards-Based Formative Assessment, Grades K-5

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Assessment of learning or for learning? Balanced, summative interim and formative assessments will be evaluated for CCSS application in this e-course. Participants will understand how to effectively monitor student learning, structure requisite assessment criteria and teach to support a rapid turnaround of results.

Course Outcomes:
Extend the research skills needed to seek out assessment resources that further teaching and learning
Match grade-level assessment criteria to standards-aligned curriculum and instruction
Use tools to monitor student learning to move up individual student performance

32. Teaching to Text Complexity

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Reading strategies will focus on skill and readability as participants are introduced to leveling systems that scaffold. Participants will be introduced to the scaffolding mechanisms needed to appropriately move up text complexity in multiple genres across all subject areas.

Course Outcomes:
Understand how to scaffold for, and teach to, text complexity
Through practice and application, develop the ability to plan a strategy that teaches to text complexity
Align student learning objectives to a strategy that teaches text complexity

33. Working the Brain Into Teaching and Learning

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Participants in this e-course will be introduced to multiple assessments that include feedback models and formative methods that feed instructional decisions. Participants will learn to find and use this data effectively to make informed instructional decisions.

Course Outcomes:
Evaluate and monitor work against student assessment criteria
Align student assessment criteria with performance standards
Analyze assessment and use performance criteria to improve teaching practices
Respond to students identified instructional needs with effective strategies
Demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness to student needs

34. Writing Strategy For All Content Areas

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: ENL Plus Program

Dates: On-Going (Ends Jun 30, 2022)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Work in the course can start immediately after enrolling in BUZZ regardless of the start date posted above. All participants must register in both My Learning Plan (to receive CTLE credits) and the BUZZ Learning Management System (to actually enroll in and access the course). BUZZ enrollment procedures can be found at: http://nassauboces.org/colenl

Course Description:
Focused exclusively on sound and research-based writing strategy, participants will be introduced to research as it promotes writing strategy across all content area. Participants will learn the scaffolds behind them that aid students in the important transition process across all other content areas. The intentional, consistent and rigorous teaching of reading and writing strategy as it continues to improve student achievement will engage the 90/90/90 principled approach.

Course Outcomes:
Analyze genre as it applies to specific content areas and teaching objectives
Acquire and demonstrate the use of new resources to teach genre-specific fiction and nonfiction writing
Apply and defend the use of new strategies and resources to the teaching of writing across multiple subject areas

35. ***Virtual*** Math Collegial Circle - 4 Session Series

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: Math teachers, Math specialists, Math supervisors

Dates: 9/10/2021 to 4/8/2022

Brought to you by Nassau BOCES and Eastern Suffolk BOCES.

Collaborate with math chairs, coordinators, directors, specialists, coaches, mentors and teacher leaders from around Long Island to share best practices in mathematics instruction. Discuss current issues in Grade K through high school mathematics.

Each meeting's agenda is created organically by the needs and conversation of our members.

Register once and you will be registered to attend all 4 sessions.

36. *** Virtual PD***Social Studies Collegial Circle

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: Social Studies Administrators

Dates: 9/23/2021 to 6/16/2022

Location: Online

We all look forward to a healthier and happier 2021-2022 school year.

To continue the collaboration that started as a result of the pandemic, we are offering monthly Social Studies Collegial Circles for administrators to connect, share resources and discuss important issues. The group has proven to be an incredible support system for those who have participated.

PLEASE NOTE- Log on information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for that session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

37. ***Virtual PD***ELA Collegial Circles

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: ELA Administrators

Dates: 9/23/2021 to 6/16/2022

Location: Online

We all look forward to a healthier and happier 2021-2022 school year.

To continue the collaboration that started as a result of the pandemic, we are offering monthly ELA Collegial Circles for administrators to connect, share resources and discuss important issues. The group has proven to be an incredible support system for those who have participated.

PLEASE NOTE- Log on information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for that session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

38. ***VIRTUAL PD *** PALDN - Principals/Assistant Principals Leadership Development Network 2021-2022

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Nassau/Suffolk Principals Leadership

Audience: Assistant Principals and Principals

Dates: 10/8/2021 to 12/10/2021

Location: ONLINE

The Principals/Assistant Principals Leadership Development Network provides professional growth opportunities for principals and assistant principals for 2021-2022. (your one-time registration fee covers all four sessions for two people)

This school year, we are featuring National Speakers John Krownapple and Floyd Cobb, PhD, co-authors of the bestselling "Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity: The Keys to Successful Equity Implementation"

Too often, equity implementation reinforces a vicious cycle of failure because the keys to success are missing and the purpose of the effort is muddled. This series will bring clarity to what we need to do to ensure school and classroom environments within which all students and staff members can thrive. To that end, participants will acquire a pragmatic framework of dignity and belonging that they can use to guide behaviors, practices, and policies.

Highly recommended reading: "Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity: The Keys to Successful Equity Implementation"

39. ***Virtual*** STEPS (Science Teams Enhanced Program Series) - Science Collegial Circle - 4 Session Series

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: Science teachers, Science leaders

Dates: 10/21/2021 to 3/10/2022

Location: Online

Are you ready to embark on quality 3-D teaching and learning to keep your district at the forefront of the NYSED Science Standard Roadmap?

The STEPS (Science Teams Enhanced Program Series) innovative series will enhance members' enthusiasm, readiness and understanding of NYSSLS 3-D science implementation. Our STEPS will take you beyond simply learning about NYS Science Learning Standards and will spearhead meaningful hands-on implementation.

Science Department Chairs should attend STEPS with a small team of teacher leaders for the purpose of creating strong, transformative skills that will keep your district ahead of the curve in regards to New York State science change. During this year-long series, you and your team will gain knowledge, practices and tools to turnkey professional development with the rest of your department.

Register your team now to keep your district at the cutting edge of three-dimensional science.

Register once and you will be registered to attend all 4 sessions.

Ted Willard is a Senior Subject Matter Expert in Science for Discovery Education where he develops three-dimensional, phenomenon-based science curricula. Before joining Discovery Education, Ted spent eight years as the in-house standards expert for the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA). In this role, he supported implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), other standards based on A Framework for K-12 Science Education, and three-dimensional learning. He is the author of The NSTA Atlas of the Three Dimensions (NSTA Press, 2020) and editor of The NSTA Quick-Reference Guide to the NGSS (NSTA Press, 2014).

40. State Reporting for Special Education BEDS DAY Snapshot -Verification of VR's 1-9

Program: Student Support Services: State Reporting

Dates: 11/10/2021

Location: Zoom

This session is for new special education office staff who would are responsible for reporting the SEDCAR PD Data System Verification Reports 1-6 and 8. Presented by Dr. Roberta Kupietz and Dr. Arlene Genden Sage. A Zoom link will be e-mailed to participants the day of the meeting.

41. Elementary School Counselor Collegial Circle: VIRTUAL

Program: Guidance

Dates: 11/17/2021

Location: Zoom: Link will be sent upon registration, the da

The Circle offers elementary school counselors the opportunity to share ideas, best practices and challenges during this pandemic.

42. SMS - SchoolTool - Introduction to Custom Export Workshop - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services : schooltool

Audience: Clericals

Dates: 11/18/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Learn all about the basic steps to work with Custom Export

43. ***VIRTUAL PD*** AP Capstone Collegial Circle

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 11/18/2021 to 4/7/2022

Join your colleagues for discussions, resources and exchange of ideas focused on the needs of AP Capstone classes. Share opinions and strategies for overcoming obstacles and support each other. Rebecca Kravitz from the College Board will join us to answer any questions you may have. Participants will have access to a Google Classroom of resources compiled by both the facilitators and other members of the group. Link to the online session will be shared via email to registrants prior to the event. Eligible for three hours CTLE credit. If district pays, district approval must be confirmed prior to start of session.

44. Elementary School Counselor Collegial Circle: VIRTUAL

Program: Guidance

Dates: 12/1/2021

Location: Zoom: Link will be sent upon registration, the da

The Circle offers elementary school counselors the opportunity to share ideas, best practices and challenges during this pandemic.
During this virtual, interactive panel discussion, we will reflect on an unprecedented time of disruption in our schools and share how we are moving forward in powerful and innovative ways. Our featured panelists will lead us in conversation focused on what we are leaving behind as well as insights we are taking with us to rejuvenate robust and flourishing learning environments in our schools and communities.

46. Naviance New Survey Tool 101 & Hands-On Working Session

Program: Guidance

Dates: 12/2/2021

Location: Log-in information will be provided after registra

The Naviance Survey Tool has been updated and the current version will only be available until the summer of 2022. Please join us as our Naviance Consultant, Jahmel Wagener, provides step-by-step instructions on how to create surveys utilizing this new tool. as well as sharing and copying from the Shared Survey Library. As a reminder, a survey may be any document you now use with students outside of Naviance as a questionnaire. Examples include responses to career searches, college visits, school climate, etc. The second half of the session will be hands-on, where you may add a survey. We will be available for assistance during the process. Our goal is for you to complete a survey as the session concludes.

47. SMS - eSchoolData - Phase I Secondary Scheduling - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: eSchoolData

Audience: Master Schedulers

Dates: 12/6/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Scheduling Workshops are designed for the Master Schedulers in your district. Learn the process of scheduling, including setting up for the new school year, creating, editing, and deleting courses/sections, as well as loading and locking schedules. As scheduling is a once a year process, we highly recommend that ALL building schedulers attend each of the workshops below for either Secondary OR Elementary Scheduling. Each year new features that come out are reviewed and discussed with the group. In addition, ALL recipients will receive new up to date hand outs!

48. SMS - Infinite Campus - Advanced Ad-Hoc Reporting and Data Tools - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: Infinite Campus

Audience: Clerical Staff, Data Specialists, All Administrators

Dates: 12/7/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Participants will learn how to write logical expressions and functions, how to export data for use in Excel spreadsheets, and how to use a pivot table to aggregate Excel data. They will also learn about the user-friendly reporting building tool called Data Viewer. This tool allows users to drag and drop Campus fields into a real-time view of the report as it is being built.

49. Diversity & Inclusion: Cultural Humility/Allyship - Northwell Partners ONLY

Program: Health & Allied Services - Northwell District PD

Audience: Northwell Health Behavioral Clinic Members

Dates: 12/7/2021

Location: Zoom

This session is designed to introduce participants to fundamental concepts of cultural humility. Conducted in an interactive format, this workshop will use educational strategies and tools that promote reflection and raising awareness to improve team interactions.

50. SMS - eSchoolData - GURU Dashboards - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: eSchoolData

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 12/8/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Dashboards allow GURU Admins to administer access rights, create and share personalized GURUBoards, and empower staff with data. Districts can easily create and share role-based GURUBoards with administrators, counselors, teachers, coaches, and other district staff members to ensure that they have access to the data that they need.

51. State Reporting CIO/DDC Meeting

Program: Student Support Services: State Reporting

Dates: 12/8/2021

Location: Conf Room 1,2,3

Monthly Data Warehouse CIO/DDC Meeting. A review of upcoming data elements, upcoming data deadlines and certification dates, and various NYSED policies and procedures. A Zoom link will be e-mailed to participants the day of the meeting.

52. SMS - SchoolTool - Secondary Scheduling Kick-Off Workshop - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services : schooltool

Audience: Building Schedulers

Dates: 12/9/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Starting Today
Scheduling set-up to begin scheduling process for 2022-2023 school year.

53. Virtual Field Trips - Connect your class with experts and experiences around the world!

Program: Distance Education Services

Audience: All Staff

Dates: 12/9/2021

Location: Virtual

Starting Today
Please join us on Thursday, 12/9/21 from 9:00-10:00 for an introduction to the videoconferencing service offered through Nassau BOCES. At this presentation, experience authentic videoconference demonstrations with our most popular providers, learn how the Nassau BOCES videoconferencing service can enhance your district's curriculum and provide exciting and engaging learning experiences for your students.

Why videoconferencing? Videoconferencing can introduce your students to experiences, experts, opportunities, locations around the world and more, all through the power of a computer screen. Have your biology students attend a live surgery or autopsy through Center of Science and Industry (COSI) Columbus. Connect your engineering students with a real engineer on Space X through our monthly Career Connections series. Have your second graders learn about and explore Mexican cultures and traditions on location in Mexico with Brandon Around the World. Have your fourth graders do an underwater dive and learn about marine life with Texas State Aquarium. Videoconferencing opens the doors of your classroom and invites the world in. The opportunities and ways that videoconferencing can enhance your students' learning experiences is only limited to your imagination.

We hope you will join us to learn all about what the Videoconferencing service can do for your district.

54. DPSS Fall 2021 User Group

Program: Data Privacy & Security Services

Dates: 12/9/2021

Starting Today
Data Privacy and Security Service Fall User Group for DPSS subscribing districts

55. Stress First Aid (SFA)- For School Teachers/Non-clinicians - Northwell Partners ONLY

Program: Health & Allied Services - Northwell District PD

Audience: Northwell Health Behavioral Clinic Members

Dates: 12/9/2021

Location: Zoom

Starting Today
Stress First Aid (SFA) is a framework to improve recovery from stress reactions, both in oneself and in coworkers. The model aims to support and validate good friendship, mentorship and leadership actions through core actions that help to identify and address early signs of stress reactions in an ongoing way (not just after "critical incidents"). The objective of this information session is to:
• To identify stress reactions in self and others along a continuum and to help reduce the likelihood that stress outcomes develop into more severe or long-term problems.

56. NASTECH Presents: Hovercam eGlass Transparent Whiteboard Solution

Program: NASTECH

Dates: 12/10/2021

Starting Soon
HoverCam eGlass is an illuminated transparent writing glass with a built-in camera, that displays your face and writing in the same picture, boosting student engagement to unprecedented levels.

57. SMS - PowerSchool - PowerSchool Fall User Group - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: PowerSchool

Audience: All Staff

Dates: 12/10/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Starting Soon
User Group meeting.

58. SMS - PowerSchool - **Roosevelt HS only** - PowerScheduler Season Opener - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: PowerSchool

Dates: 12/13/2021

NewStarting Soon
PowerScheduler Season Opener

59. SMS - PowerSchool - **Jericho HS and MS only** - PowerScheduler Season Opener - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: PowerSchool

Dates: 12/13/2021

NewStarting Soon
PowerScheduler Season Opener

60. Virtual IXL User Group: Introduction to IXL Math

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Curriculum Support Program

Audience: Teachers who are new users of IXL Math

Dates: 12/13/2021

Location: Virtually-Via Zoom

Starting Soon
This session will introduce teachers to essential IXL tools for their math instruction. We'll share best practices for using the Real-Time Diagnostic, IXL curriculum, and IXL Recommendations to support daily instruction and personalize learning. We'll also explore how to use a few of IXL's Analytics reports to drive whole-class instruction, small group intervention, and individual student learning.

61. SameHere Social Social Worker Circle

Program: Health & Allied Services - Mental Health PD

Audience: Social Workers

Dates: 12/14/2021

Location: virtual

Starting Soon
Join David Hymowitz from #SameHere Schools for an open forum to examine some of the issues that exist in the new reality of school. What impact this pandemic is having on the school system, our ways of teaching, parent involvement, and on the students. This discussion will also focus on ways to manage these challenges and the role of wellness in our own lives.

62. SMS - PowerSchool - **Roosevelt HS only** - PowerScheduler Season Opener - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: PowerSchool

Dates: 12/14/2021

NewStarting Soon
PowerScheduler Season Opener

63. WEBINAR***Frontline IEP for New Users

Program: Student Support Services: Frontline IEP

Dates: 12/14/2021

Location: ONLINE/WEBINAR

Starting Soon
This training is intended for Central Office/Special Education clericals new to the (Frontline) IEP Direct software. We will cover meeting invitations, adding users, sharing and transferring documents and more.

64. Stress First Aid (SFA)- For School Teachers/Non-clinicians - Northwell Partners ONLY

Program: Health & Allied Services - Northwell District PD

Audience: Northwell Health Behavioral Clinic Members

Dates: 12/14/2021

Location: Zoom

NewStarting Soon
Stress First Aid (SFA) is a framework to improve recovery from stress reactions, both in oneself and in coworkers. The model aims to support and validate good friendship, mentorship and leadership actions through core actions that help to identify and address early signs of stress reactions in an ongoing way (not just after "critical incidents"). The objective of this information session is to
• To identify stress reactions in self and others along a continuum and to help reduce the likelihood that stress outcomes develop into more severe or long-term problems.

65. **VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM-LIVE** DASA Certification Training SIX Hour Course in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber bullying and Discrimination in Schools

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: DASA

Dates: 12/14/2021 to 12/16/2021

Location: VIRTUAL-VIA ZOOM

Starting Soon
MUST ATTEND 6 HOURS FOR CERTIFICATION Understand rational for, key components and definitions in the Dignity for All Students Act...and... Understanding diversity, examining personal biases Developing sensitivity to the experiences of specific student populations Understanding how school climate and culture have an impact on student achievement Learn intervention and prevention strategies including how to interact with families Understand reporting requirements for educators. Upon completion, your DASA Certification will be uploaded to your TEACH account.


•Please have microphone and video access for the entire presentation.


•Please enter the virtual room with your first and last name.


•If you need accessibility accommodations, please email Susan Pogor, spogor@nasboces.org, upon registering.

66. ***VIRTUAL PD***Utilizing Read Aloud to Engage Students in Higher Level Reading Skills

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: K-5 classroom teachers, reading teachers, coaches, school administrators, ENL and Special Educators

Dates: 12/15/2021

Location: Online

Starting Soon
Utilizing read aloud to engage students in higher level reading skills is an amazing tool. First, we will focus on planning effective read aloud using listening prompts, turn-and-talks, and stop-and-jots. Next Lauren, will discuss how reading with an emphasis on characters will enhance comprehension. She will focus on inference and envisioning. Next, she will share prompts to support a variety of reading skills including: monitoring for meaning, summarizing and envisioning. Then, she will discuss how to integrate quick jots or writing about reading into your read aloud. In addition, Lauren will share ways to prompt readers to both notice and comprehend unfamiliar vocabulary and figurative language as they read. Finally, Lauren will help you imagine ways to help readers think beyond the text to grow ideas and identify themes.

PLEASE NOTE- Log on information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for that session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

67. IDW: Serving the Underserved

Program: Student Support Services: Instructional Data Warehouse

Dates: 12/15/2021

Location: Online/Remote

Starting Soon
This Instructional Data Warehouse training geared toward administrators working with underserved populations will demonstrate how to navigate the new IDW platform and utilizing IDW reports. Reports emphasized in this workshop will be disaggregated to support diversity, equity, and inclusion for all students. Participants will learn how to access reports that will enable them to dig into data to determine areas of need as well as where students can succeed and grow. PLEASE NOTE: Login information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for the session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

68. Elementary School Counselor Collegial Circle: VIRTUAL

Program: Guidance

Dates: 12/15/2021

Location: Zoom: Link will be sent upon registration, the da

Starting Soon
The Circle offers elementary school counselors the opportunity to share ideas, best practices and challenges during this pandemic.

69. Virtual Timers - After school workshop

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Model Schools

Dates: 12/15/2021

Starting Soon
Timers can help set a tone of accountability and assist students in self-regulation and completing their work. Classroomscreen.com offers timers, reminders, and polling. Online Stopwatch offers a range of teacher timers, clocks, and countdowns for display on the computer screen and/or interactive whiteboard. Tick Tock Timer, Egg Timer, and Timerland are other options for tracking time.

70. Depression is more than Sadness: An Epidemic in Students Today In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 12/16/2021 to 1/13/2022

Objective: Is the word ‘depression' a casual term used too often today in our students? What exactly is it and how it impacts the mind and body of our students will be studied. With an enhanced understanding of this far-to-common disorder, we will better be able to support and educate our students. In this course we will study the physical and emotional impact of depression, the role schools can play to support diagnosed students, talking to parents and families, and the diagnosing process. We will study formal treatments, holistic approaches, co-morbid disorders and strategies to help depressed students cope. Classroom management and recognizing symptoms in our students will also be discussed at length. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

71. Positive Discipline: Ending School to Prison Pipeline In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 12/16/2021 to 1/13/2022

Objective: This course will focus on the learning about the impact of school discipline in creating the School-to-Prison pipeline and the increased rate of incarceration among at-risk students. In exploring the School-to-Prison pipeline enrollees will learn about the connections between the bias seen in disciplinary action and policy, which according to research is racist and inequitable when reporting offenses and administering disciplinary consequences. This resulting in the classroom to prison pipeline. Through research-based practices participants will learn to recognize examples of bias and acquire methods effectively address behavioral issues in an unbiased, student-centered approach. The direct outcome of this teaching methodology will foster improved teacher-student relationships, school climate, resolution behavioral issues, and ultimately prevent future student offenses by creating a more productive, welcoming learning and teaching environment. This course is also beneficial to all school staff, including counselors, psychologists, security guards, and those working within the small group and/or alternative settings. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

72. From Distraction to Action - ADHD Program -Collegial Circle

Program: Health & Allied Services - Mental Health PD

Audience: teachers of ADHD students

Dates: 12/16/2021

Location: zoom

A collegial circle for teachers of ADHD youth. Looking for effective methods to teach and maintain focus for ADHD students? Looking for effective behavioral interventions? This is an opportunity for you to ask questions, share experiences with other teachers. Moderated by ADHD expert Ken Beiner, LMSW from Counseling Services of Long Island.

73. SMS - Infinite Campus - Scheduling Preparation Workshops - New Schedulers - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: Infinite Campus

Audience: New Schedulers

Dates: 12/16/2021

Location: WEBINAR

This is one of our most popular workshops. Both sessions cover the entire Scheduling Preparation process and provide the same handouts. The morning session is intended for schedulers who are new to Infinite Campus or scheduling. The afternoon session is shorter and intended for experienced schedulers who wish to review the process. Please register for one session. This workshop is intended for schedulers who are new to the scheduling process or Infinite Campus. A detailed overview of the Infinite Campus tasks needed for a successful scheduling process. This workshop includes calendar rollover, student roll forward, gathering/ analyzing course requests, creating courses and sections, and a mini-demo of Schedule Wizard with attention given to new features.

74. NASTECH December Meeting- 12/16/21 (Remote)

Program: NASTECH

Dates: 12/16/2021

Location: Conference Rooms 1,2,3 and Learning Studio 2

Monthly NASTECH Meeting

75. NASTECH December Meeting- 12/16/21 (Remote/Hybrid)

Program: NASTECH

Dates: 12/16/2021

Location: Webinar

Monthly NASTECH Meeting (Remote)

76. SMS - Infinite Campus - Scheduling Preparation Workshops - Experienced Schedulers - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: Infinite Campus

Audience: Experienced Schedulers

Dates: 12/16/2021

Location: WEBINAR

This is one of our most popular workshops. Both sessions cover the entire Scheduling Preparation process and provide the same handouts. The morning session is intended for schedulers who are new to Infinite Campus or scheduling. The afternoon session is shorter and intended for experienced schedulers who wish to review the process. Please register for one session. This workshop is intended for schedulers who are familiar with the scheduling process. A review of the Infinite Campus tasks needed for a successful scheduling process. This workshop reviews the steps in the setup process with special attention given to newer features.

77. SMS PowerSchool - PowerScheduler: (Part 1) Build & Load Only - WEBINAR

Program: Student Management Services: PowerSchool

Audience: Scheduling Staff

Dates: 12/17/2021

Location: WEBINAR

Tasks to be covered include: Define Schedule Parameters, Define Student Information, and Student Course Requests.

78. Mental Health Consortium Presentation and MH/SEL Liaison Meeting

Program: Health & Allied Services - Mental Health Consortium

Audience: All staff interested in Mental Health Topics - MH/SEL meeting for district liaisons

Dates: 12/21/2021

Location: zoom

This combined meeting and presentation will take place monthly. The zoom room will open at 9AM for questions, catch up and discussion. The MH/SEL meeting portion will begin at 9:30 with dissemination of information and updates in MH and SEL. The monthly Mental Health Consortium Presentation will run from 10 - 11 AM. Topics/agendas will be sent out prior to the meetings/presentations

79. Mental Health Consortium Presentation and MH/SEL Liaison Meeting - IN PERSON OPTION

Program: Health & Allied Services - Mental Health Consortium

Audience: All staff interested in Mental Health Topics - MH/SEL meeting for district liaisons

Dates: 12/21/2021

Location: zoom

This combined meeting and presentation will take place monthly. This month's topic - How to use therapy animals in schools.

80. Erin's Law Collegial Circle

Program: Health & Allied Services - Mental Health PD

Audience: Anyone charged with implementing Erin's Law curriculum

Dates: 12/22/2021

Location: virtual

Come and share what your district has done to implement the Erin's Law curriculum in your district and hear what others are doing. Let's share our best practices regarding the roll out of this new mandate.

81. Create Your Own Virtual Classroom - After school workshop

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Model Schools

Dates: 12/22/2021

Learn how to easily create your virtual classroom for students to post work, access information, and share links. Using google slides you can create your own virtual classrooms. These can be so realistic and can have many uses for teaching and learning.

82. Building a Positive School Culture In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

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

Objective: School Culture refers to the values, beliefs, norms, and rituals that make up a school's "persona”. This course will examine the specifics of what school culture is and how it impacts student outcomes. Participants will understand the role they have in sustaining or changing school and classroom culture. Additionally, participants will analyze the effects that Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) and Professional Learning Communities (PLC) have in shaping a positive school culture. Participants will create, collaborate on, and share out action plans that will ultimately lead to increased opportunities to move along the continuum of positive school cultures. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

83. Cyberbullying and Internet Safety In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

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

Objective: Internet safety and the rise of Cyber bullying are two serious educational concerns that are affecting the school community. The goal of this course is to educate teachers on the issue of internet safety and how teachers may contribute the development of a cyber-smart student as well as promote internet safety through instruction. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

84. Depression is more than Sadness: An Epidemic in Students Today In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

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

Objective: Is the word ‘depression' a casual term used too often today in our students? What exactly is it and how it impacts the mind and body of our students will be studied. With an enhanced understanding of this far-to-common disorder, we will better be able to support and educate our students. In this course we will study the physical and emotional impact of depression, the role schools can play to support diagnosed students, talking to parents and families, and the diagnosing process. We will study formal treatments, holistic approaches, co-morbid disorders and strategies to help depressed students cope. Classroom management and recognizing symptoms in our students will also be discussed at length. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

85. Effective Strategies for Dual Language and Bilingual Leaner In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

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

Objective: This course will highlight the specific structure of the Dual Language and Bilingual classrooms. Strategies and best teaching practices will be discussed in order to promote student success. Each week will highlight a specific idea. 1. Effective features of instruction. 2. How to promote literacy and strategies 3. Assessment of these learners and programs. 4. Community and parent involvement. In addition, students are encouraged to participate in the complimentary course Differentiating the World Language Classroom, which will further delve into the techniques all can incorporate to meet the needs of these highly diverse learners. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

86. Positive Discipline: Ending School to Prison Pipeline In-Service

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Online Learning

Audience: Teachers

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

Objective: This course will focus on the learning about the impact of school discipline in creating the School-to-Prison pipeline and the increased rate of incarceration among at-risk students. In exploring the School-to-Prison pipeline enrollees will learn about the connections between the bias seen in disciplinary action and policy, which according to research is racist and inequitable when reporting offenses and administering disciplinary consequences. This resulting in the classroom to prison pipeline. Through research-based practices participants will learn to recognize examples of bias and acquire methods effectively address behavioral issues in an unbiased, student-centered approach. The direct outcome of this teaching methodology will foster improved teacher-student relationships, school climate, resolution behavioral issues, and ultimately prevent future student offenses by creating a more productive, welcoming learning and teaching environment. This course is also beneficial to all school staff, including counselors, psychologists, security guards, and those working within the small group and/or alternative settings. If you are uncertain if your district is a subscribing district please contact Eileen Dwyer at edwyer@nasboces.org

87. **VIRTUAL** Certification in the Needs of Students with Autism

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Autism

Audience: Special Education Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 1/3/2022

Location: VIRTUAL

Please check your email regularly the week before the start of the training. You will receive an email from spogor@nasboces.org with instructions to log into BUZZ to begin the 3-hour virtual training. You can do this at your leisure, as long as it is completed, no later than Friday, January 14th. Topics covered will include Definitions, Etiology and Prevalence, Characteristics, Evidence Based Instructional Methods/Interventions for Teaching Students with ASDs, Behavior Management and Positive Behavioral Supports, Effective Collaboration, Resources and Supports. Upon completion, participants will receive The State Education Department Certification of Completion in Training in the Needs of Students with Autism and it will be uploaded to your TEACH account. If you need accessibility accommodations, please email Susan Pogor, spogor@nasboces.org, upon registering.

88. **VIRTUAL** DASA Certification Training: SIX Hour Course in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber bullying and Discrimination in Schools (BLENDED COURSE)

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: DASA

Dates: 1/3/2022 to 1/19/2022

Location: VIRTUAL-VIA ZOOM-LIVE

Please check your email regularly. You will receive an email from spogor@nasboces.org with instructions to log into Buzz to begin the Part 1: 3-hour virtual training. The online portion must be completed before attending the Part 2 face-to-face session (virtual via zoom-live). Please note that you have to spend 180 minutes on Part 1 and your score cannot be anything lower than a 70 or else you will have to retake Part 1 before moving onto Part 2. Participants will: Understand rational for key components and definitions in the Dignity for All Students Act Understand diversity and examine personal biases Develop sensitivity to the experiences of specific student populations Understand how school climate and culture have an impact on student achievement Learn intervention and prevention strategies including how to interact with families. Part 1 must be successfully completed one week prior to the start of Part 2. Upon completion, your DASA Certification will be uploaded to NYS and show-up on your TEACH account.

•Please have microphone and video access for the entire presentation.

•Please enter the virtual room with your first and last name.

•If you need accessibility accommodations, please email Susan Pogor, spogor@nasboces.org, upon registering.

89. SMS - Infinite Campus - RTI (CALL TO SCHEDULE DATE AND TIME)

Program: Student Management Services: Infinite Campus

Audience: System Administrators, Special Education Staff

Dates: 1/3/2022

Participants learn the benefits of using the RTI module. This session covers setup required for RTI to function properly including Plan Creation, Interventions, Intervention Providers, Intervention Positions, and Template Banks. Attendees learn how to assign a Plan to a student, assign Team Members, and enter Intervention Deliveries from the perspectives of an Intervention Provider and Case Manager.

90. Test Scoring: 3-8 (Pubs)

Program: Student Support Services:Test Scoring

Dates: 1/4/2022

Location: Online/Remote

This workshop will cover the Office of Assessment information, test scoring procedures and timelines for the administration of the NYS Grades 3-8 ELA, Math, Science and NYSESLAT assessments. PLEASE NOTE: Login information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for the session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

91. Test Scoring: 3-8 (Non-Pubs)

Program: Student Support Services:Test Scoring

Dates: 1/4/2022

Location: Online/Remote

This workshop will cover the Office of Assessment information, test scoring procedures and timelines for the administration of the NYS Grades 3-8 ELA, Math, and Science assessments. PLEASE NOTE: Login information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for the session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

92. LICEE - 1/4 Creating Democratic Classrooms, Engaging Student Voice and Taking Informed Action

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 1/5/2022

Location: Online

Over nearly two decades, Mikva has developed an education model based on the principles that: 1) youth voice matters, and 2) youth are experts on the issues that affect them; and 3) our communities and schools are stronger when youth leaders are involved in all aspects of civic life.

Session 1 of 4 ... This half-day session is offered to LICEE district curriculum and instruction and building level administrators. It is suggested you register for all 4 sessions.

Session 1: Creating Democratic Schools and Classrooms: Empathy and Community
Educators learn how to create a positive and inclusive learning environment where students feel empowered, safe, and challenged, and where leadership and community are practiced regularly. In this session, educators become familiar with social-emotional learning strategies informed by Mikva's youth voice centered Action Civics pedagogy, where students take ownership of their learning and engage fully as participants of a community.

Presented by Jill Bass, Chief Academic Officer and Mikva Team

Attendees will receive a Zoom link on the morning of the workshop. Please use your district email and information when logging into Zoom.

93. Elementary School Counselor Collegial Circle: VIRTUAL

Program: Guidance

Dates: 1/5/2022

Location: Zoom: Link will be sent upon registration, the da

The Circle offers elementary school counselors the opportunity to share ideas, best practices and challenges during this pandemic.

94. **VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM-LIVE** School Violence Prevention and Intervention Certification

Program: Curriculum & Instruction:School Violence

Dates: 1/5/2022

Location: VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM

New York State's SAVE Legislation requires that anyone seeking NYS certification (teachers, teaching assistants, pupil personnel professional and administrators) must complete a two-hour violence prevention course. Upon completion, your School Violence Certification will be uploaded to your TEACH account. Please have microphone and video access for the entire presentation. Please enter the virtual room with your first and last name. If you need accessibility accommodations, please email Susan Pogor, spogor@nasboces.org, upon registering.

95. ***Virtual PD***Virtual PD Leadership Support on Equity- 2 Part Series

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: School Administrators and Leaders

Dates: 1/6/2022 to 1/11/2022

Location: Online

This 2-part Leadership Series on Equity will provide both the inspiration and support that leaders need for creating a culture of equity. We will address the difficult conversations that are necessary between all stakeholders; student, parent/guardian, and teachers. We will address equity within school culture, instruction, assessment, classroom observations, and other aspects of school life. The presenter will frame the work around IDE Corp.'s Seven Lenses of Equity as well as the Ten Mindsets of Leadership.

PLEASE NOTE- Log on information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for that session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

96. Test Scoring: 3-8 (Pubs)

Program: Student Support Services:Test Scoring

Dates: 1/7/2022

Location: Online/Remote

This workshop will cover the Office of Assessment information, test scoring procedures and timelines for the administration of the NYS Grades 3-8 ELA, Math, Science and NYSESLAT assessments. PLEASE NOTE: Login information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for the session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

97. NYSAA DLM REMOTE Facilitated Training for NEW Test Administrators

Program: Special Education

Audience: Teachers who will administer the NYSAA in ELA, Math & Science this year who have not been trained previously to administer the Dynamic Learning maps (DLM) computer-based assessment

Dates: 1/10/2022

Wait List
This REMOTE training is intended only for NEW teachers who will be administering the NYSAA program's Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) computer-based test for the first time this year and had not previously trained. This is a full day remote facilitated training. Note: This training is not intended for teachers who were trained last year. Each participant will require a computer or device and will participate in an online web-based training that includes final assessments of the teacher. Participants must have their own active individual account in Educator Portal. Computers or devices must have the most recent version of one of the following browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari. After registration has been approved, materials that accompany the training will be emailed to participants along with a Zoom link to join the training meeting. All materials must be printed out prior to the training for use during the training. Prior to the date of the activity, participants should check that their account on the Educator Portal (Kite) is "Active" and, if it is not, should contact their district/school NYSAA liaison. Districts or private schools will be billed individually for each staff attending training.

98. ***Virtual PD***Grading the Global 10 Regents

Program: Curriculum & Instruction: Regional PD

Audience: Social Studies Teachers/Administrators

Dates: 1/10/2022

Location: Online

New
It's been a while...need some practice scoring the Global 10 Regents?

During this virtual workshop, we will review the components of the Global 10 Framework Regents exam and rubrics. Together we will evaluate the scoring of the CRQs. Participants will have a chance to review anchor papers for the Enduring Issues Essay, as well as collaborate with colleagues on scoring a practice exam.

PLEASE NOTE- Log on information for the ZOOM virtual session will be emailed to everyone who has registered on MyLearningPlan on the morning of the scheduled session. When you get the ZOOM log on invitation, you must click the link in the invitation and register for that session on ZOOM. When registering in ZOOM, your name and email MUST be the same as your MyLearningPlan account information.

99. SameHere Social Social Worker Circle

Program: Health & Allied Services - Mental Health PD

Audience: Social Workers

Dates: 1/11/2022

Location: virtual

Join David Hymowitz from #SameHere Schools for an open forum to examine some of the issues that exist in the new reality of school. What impact this pandemic is having on the school system, our ways of teaching, parent involvement, and on the students. This discussion will also focus on ways to manage these challenges and the role of wellness in our own lives.

100. SMS - Infinite Campus - Scheduling Wizard Workshops - New Schedulers

Program: Student Management Services: Infinite Campus

Audience: New Schedulers

Dates: 1/11/2022

Location: Learning Studio 1

We are scheduling both a morning session and an afternoon session. Register for just one session. If you have already worked with the Schedule Wizard, we recommend the shorter afternoon session. Schedule Wizard for new Schedulers 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM (2.5 hrs) Learn how to schedule, manage trials, course plan, load configurations and more. Demonstration of using the schedule wizard tool to schedule a school by creating new "trial” schedules, setting appropriate constraints, and identifying conflicts. Review reports that assist in analysis. **At this point in time, all workshops listed will be delivered in-person at the Lupinskie Center, unless otherwise noted. If there is a need to change a regularly scheduled in-person workshop to online delivery, you will be informed closer to the date of that specific workshop.

101. SMS - Infinite Campus - Scheduling Wizard Workshops -Experienced Schedulers

Program: Student Management Services: Infinite Campus

Audience: Experienced Schedulers

Dates: 1/11/2022

Location: Learning Studio 1

We are scheduling both a morning session and an afternoon session. Register for just one session. If you have already worked with the Schedule Wizard, we recommend the shorter afternoon session. Schedule Wizard Review for experienced Schedulers 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM (1.5 hrs) A review of how to schedule, manage trials, course plan, load configurations and more. Demonstration of using the schedule wizard tool to schedule a school by creating new "trial” schedules, setting appropriate constraints, and identifying conflicts. Review reports that assist in analysis. **At this point in time, all workshops listed will be delivered in-person at the Lupinskie Center, unless otherwise noted. If there is a need to change a regularly scheduled in-person workshop to online delivery, you will be informed closer to the date of that specific workshop.