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1. ACT 48 Workshop: Text-Dependent Analysis: Effective Instructional Practices

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: ELA TEACHERS IN GRADES 4-8

Dates: 9/23/2021 to 1/27/2022

This four-session series focuses on effective teaching practices for helping students overcome some of the biggest struggles with the text dependent analysis (TDA) portion of the PSSA. Sessions will focus on teaching students how to understand the prompt, read and write for analysis, determine the best evidence, and craft the essay. Participants will engage in modeled research-based and classroom-tested activities to strengthen their own instruction. $600 per participant (Administrators can accompany their paid participants at no charge) Districts will be invoiced after the first session When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session.

2. ACT 48 Workshop: Text-Dependent Analysis: Effective Instructional Practices PART 2

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: ELA TEACHERS IN GRADES 4-8

Dates: 9/29/2021 to 2/23/2022

This three-session series is open to participants who attended "TDA: Effective Instructional Practices” during a previous school year. In this series, participants will deepen their understanding of the reading, thinking, and writing processes necessary for TDA success, examine student work, and use the TDA Learning Progressions to make instructional decisions. $450 per participant (Administrators can accompany their paid participants at no charge) Districts will be invoiced after the first session When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session.

3. ACT 48 Workshop: Keys to Comprehension

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: READING TEACHERS IN GRADES 3-8

Dates: 10/5/2021 to 1/18/2022

This professional development series consists of four sessions that focus exclusively on the literacy domain of reading comprehension. Targeted for teachers in grades 3 to 8, the content is directly aligned with the PA Core standards and state test expectations. Participants learn instructional techniques to unlock reading comprehension, applicable to both literature and informational text. $600 per participant (Administrators can accompany their paid participants at no charge) Districts will be invoiced after the first session When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session.

4. ACT 48 Workshop: Thinking Through the Pencil

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: ELA/WRITING TEACHERS IN GRADES 4-8

Dates: 10/14/2021 to 2/1/2022

Thinking Through the Pencil is a four-session workshop series designed to build students' critical thinking skills through writing. Designed for practical application in grades 4-8 ELA classrooms, participants engage in instructional practices based on current research on what makes a difference in student writing. Topics include teaching academic form, increasing the frequency of writing opportunities, providing effective and timely feedback, incorporating writing into reading, incorporating grammar instruction into reading and writing, conducting document reviews of student work, and teaching mode-specific writing to meet the writing requirements of the PA Core Standards. $600 per participant (Administrators can accompany their paid participants at no charge) Districts will be invoiced after the first session When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session.

5. Leadership Course - Supporting Teacher Growth with ELA Common Core Shifts

Program: Leadership Courses

Audience: This course is for school-based administrators who are seeking additional professional learning to support teacher practice in the area of literacy as it relates to the Common Core Shifts, specifically K-5

Dates: 10/15/2021 to 3/11/2022

This course is for school-based administrators who are seeking additional professional learning to support teacher practice in the area of literacy as it relates to the Common Core Shifts, specifically K-5 Price: $300 per person (participants will be billed after the first session) When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session. >br>This is an Online synchronous Course


This course is 41 Act 45 hours

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Lisa Yonek

6. ACT 48 Workshop: Adolescent Literacy Institute

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: ELA TEACHERS IN MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL

Dates: 10/19/2021 to 2/16/2022

The Adolescent Literacy Institute is a series of workshops for middle and high school teachers focused on research-based literacy practices that support students as they become college and career ready. Specifically aligned with brain research on how adolescents learn, this workshop series engages participants in the research behind and modeling of effective reading and writing instruction for the secondary grades. $600 per participant (Administrators can accompany their paid participants at no charge) Districts will be invoiced after the first session When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session.

7. ACT 48 Workshop: Reading Specialists' Network

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: READING SPECIALISTS IN GRADES K-12

Dates: 11/4/2021 to 5/3/2022

Join the RAC Reading Specialists' Network for an opportunity to connect with other reading specialists in Allegheny County. Each session will feature research-based best practices and strategies that specialists need in order to be effective in their role as they work with students, teachers, and parents in all three tiers of literacy. There is no charge for this workshop.

8. ACT 48 Workshop: Ensuring Equity through Data Based Decision Making

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Targeted PBIS team members (administrators, data analysts, coaches, note takers)

Dates: 12/8/2021

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9. ACT 48 Workshop: Supporting Struggling Writers: Parts of Speech & Sentence Parts - CANCELLED!

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: CANCELLED!

Dates: 12/15/2021

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10. ACT 48 Workshop: Classroom Management: Teach Classroom Matrix

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-12 General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Behavior Specialists, First Year Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 12/16/2021

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11. ESL 5 Course: Assessment and Support for English Language Learners

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Current ESL educators or educators who are seeking ESL specialist certification.

Dates: 1/5/2022 to 3/21/2022

Meeting Times: First in person class: 1/5/2022 from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm; Saturday classes: 1/8, 1/15, 1/22 from 8:00 am - 11:30 am; Final class: 3/21/2022 from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm (in person classes meet at AIU3 central office)

Registration for this course closes on 12/29/2021

Required Text: participants must obtain the following text in order to successfully complete this course. This text can be ordered online in new or used condition; it may also be available for download to Kindle or other mobile text readers. Please wait to order the course text until 3-5 days prior to the course start date, after you receive a confirmation email that your course tuition payment has been processed. Waiting until AIU processes tuition payments for a course will ensure that you won't need to return a text for a canceled course.


Assessing English Language Learners: Bridges to Educational Equity (2nd ed). Author: Gottlieb, M. ISBN: 978-1483381060


Assessing and supporting English Language Learners can be challenging for teachers and students. As English language learners in grades K-12 acquire English, there needs to be appropriate and valid measures in place when assessing their progress. Assessment tools need to be based upon individual proficiency levels of students. In this course, student teachers will gain exposure to the tools necessary to assess English Language Learners. The course will offer knowledge on benchmarks for each English proficiency level.

ESL teachers demonstrate and share knowledge and techniques of appropriate assessments with a range of stakeholders. This includes the ability to administer required testing as well as to make accommodations to such testing when appropriate; the expertise to help colleagues and families understand how assessment can be designed and interpreted to best demonstrate what ELLs know and are able to do; the use of data generated by multiple measures to ensure that ELLs have access to a quality language instructional program; Revised 12/18/2017 and to make progress toward benchmarks and display academic growth while receiving services within an ESL program.

12. ACT 48 Workshop: ELA Symposium: Updates to PDE's Standards Aligned System (Grades 6-8)

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: ELA TEACHERS IN GRADES 6-8, ADMINISTRATORS

Dates: 1/6/2022

The ELA Symposium is the Reading Achievement Center's annual workshop addressing a critical need for strengthening teacher practice that improves student achievement. This session, for ELA teachers in grades 6-8, will focus on updates to PDE's Standards Aligned System.

13. ACT 48 Workshop: The Evaluation Process: Purpose, Procedures, Trends, and Tips

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS

Dates: 1/6/2022

This session will engage participants in the exploration of equitable processes and procedures for evaluations of students' need for special education services and supports. The participants will share effective and meaningful processes and practices used in their setting, as well as discussing trends from referral to eligibility determination. Participants will be provided with resources to explore and share resources with one another.

14. ACT 48 Workshop: SEL PLN: Self-Care for Educators

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: This course is intended for administrators, general education teachers K-12, special education teaches K-12, school counselors, social workers, transition coordinators, and paraeducators. Time will be devoted in each session to network among participants in addition to various SEL vendors presenting at the conclusion of each session.

Dates: 1/10/2022

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15. ACT 48 Workshop: Foundations of Writing: Session 1 - Foundations for supporting students who have complex needs 1/11/22

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-12 Special Education Teachers, Para-Educators, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists

Dates: 1/11/2022

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16. ACT 48 Workshop: Comprehension, Close Reading, and Complex Text: Laying the Foundation K-2

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: PRIMARY TEACHERS OF READING (GRADES K-2)

Dates: 1/12/2022 to 4/20/2022

Transitioning students to the demands of the PA Core Standards is not a job just for teachers in the tested grades! This four-session series will support teachers in the primary grades in aligning their instructional practices to the PA Core. Participants will engage with teaching informational text, text dependent questions, close reading, scaffolding instruction using complex text, annotating text, designing rigorous tasks, and incorporating academic vocabulary into students' vocabularies, specifically focusing on how to implement these concepts into everyday practice. (Lunch on your own 11:30 o 12:30) $450 per participant (Administrators can accompany their paid participants at no charge) Districts will be invoiced after the first session. When registering, please select "Check” as your payment method if the district is to be invoiced for the cost of the workshop. By registering, you certify that you have obtained supervisor permission to attend this workshop, and your supervisor is aware of the professional development fee. If you are paying for your own fee, please select "Credit Card” as your payment method. Payment will be processed after the first session.

17. ACT 48 Workshop: Check and Connect Preparation and Implementation

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: (Prerequisite: Attending the Administrative Overview) Administrators, PBIS Coaches, Check and Connect Coordinators, and anyone else taking a leadership role with C & C implementation in their building

Dates: 1/13/2022

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18. ACT 48 Workshop: TCCAC Meeting 3: Pathways Toward Gainful Employment

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Intended Audience: Transition Coordinators; Agency Providers; parents, educational professionals; administrators

Dates: 1/18/2022

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19. ACT 48 Workshop: Executive Function: Sustained Attention

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-12 General Education Teachers, K-12 Special Education Teachers, Transition Coordinators, Administrators, Special Education Liaisons, Parents

Dates: 1/25/2022

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20. ACT 48 Workshop: The Reevaluation Process: More Than Just Compliance; Best Practices for Meaningful RRs

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: This course is intended for administrators, special education leaders, special education teachers, and other school personnel such as behavior specialists or school psychologists that are responsible for writing reevaluation reports.

Dates: 1/26/2022

This course is designed to build internal capacity within schools for staff to conduct Reevaluation Reports (RRs) in compliance with state regulations and best practices. Throughout this course, the learner will focus on the following topics: Compliances vs. Purpose, Essential Dates and Timelines, Interpreting Assessments, Determining if Additional Data is Needed, Making Meaningful Recommendations to the IEP Team and Getting Specific for SLD.

21. ACT 48 Workshop: Engineering the Environment to Enhance Student Autonomy

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: This course is intended for anyone with a physical space (e.g. classroom or therapy room) in the school setting that supports students with significant disabilities. This includes general education teachers, special education teachers, and related service providers.

Dates: 1/27/2022

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22. ACT 48 Workshop: Engineering the Environment to Enhance Student Autonomy

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: This course is intended for anyone with a physical space (e.g. classroom or therapy room) in the school setting that supports students with significant disabilities. This includes general education teachers, special education teachers, and related service providers.

Dates: 1/27/2022

Neuroscience research tells us the aesthetics of learning spaces impact brain function and influence how students learn. Beyond that, the educational environment is critical to supporting the independence of students with significant disabilities. After reflecting on current classroom setup, participants will be asked to consider the intersection of communication and the environment. Finally, we will explore how educators can foster independence in the areas of academics, self-regulation, self- advocacy, activities of daily living and classroom routines.

23. ACT 48 Workshop: Classroom Management: Active Supervision

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-12 General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Behavior Specialists, First Year Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 1/27/2022

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24. ACT 48 Workshop: K-12 Developing Phrases & Clauses When Writing Across Content Areas

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Grades k-12 General Education Teachers (ELA and content area teachers), Special Education Teachers, Reading Specialists, Interventionists, ELL Teachers, educators, and administrators interested in improving writing instruction in grades K-12

Dates: 1/31/2022

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25. ACT 48 Workshop: : Classroom Management: Linking Behavioral and Instructional Practices to Increase Student Achievement

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-12 GENERAL EDUCATION, SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS, BEHAVIOR SPECIALISTS, FIRST YEAR EDUCATORS, AND ADMINISTRATORS

Dates: 2/3/2022 to 3/10/2022

Utilizing effective teaching principles and classroom management strategies when designing and delivering instruction can lead to the reduction of a large number of supervision issues. This comprehensive classroom management training will allow participants to explore the six Evidenced-Based Practices of Classroom Management and how they can be used to design an effective classroom management plan. Practical strategies, tips, and basic procedures that teachers can use to make favorable modifications in their students' behavior will be shared throughout the training.

26. ACT 48 Workshop - LETRS Module 1 - 2nd Edition

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-5 General Education Teachers, K-12 Special Education Teachers, Reading Specialists, Interventionists, ESL Teachers, educators and administrators interested in literacy.

Dates: 2/8/2022

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Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS), is professional development for educators responsible for improving K-12 instruction in reading, writing, and spelling. Module 1: The Challenge of Learning to Read - Explores the nature of skilled reading: the progression of reading development; the reasons why many children do not become good readers; the influences of biological, linguistic, environmental, and instructional factors in learning to read; and the components of effective reading instruction. Cost: No fee, workbooks will be provided at no cost for AIU3 member districts and charters only Participation in Module 1 is a prerequisite for later modules.

27. ACT 48 Workshop: Supporting Students with Autism: Foundational Skills in Reading

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Special education teachers K-12

Dates: 2/14/2022

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Do you support students with autism who have difficulty with word recognition and decoding? Please join us for a session focused on understanding the component skills of reading related to word recognition, including phonemic awareness and phonics, and an exploration of methods to effectively teach your students. Objectives: Deepen educators' understanding of the foundational skills required in skilled reading Apply that information to interpreting assessment information and implementing effective practices in classroom instruction

28. ESL 6 Course: English Language Learners, Families, Community and Professionalism

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Certified K-12 educators seeking ESL specialist certification; ESL teachers

Dates: 2/21/2022 to 4/25/2022

Meeting Times: First in person class: 2/21/2022 from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm; Saturday classes: 2/26, 3/5, 3/12 from 8:00 am - 11:30 am; Final class: 4/25/2022 from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm (in person classes meet at AIU3 central office)

Registration for this course closes on 2/16/2022

Required Text: participants must obtain the following text in order to successfully complete this course. This text can be ordered online in new or used condition; it may also be available for download to Kindle or other mobile text readers. Please wait to order the course text until 3-5 days prior to the course start date, after you receive a confirmation email that your course tuition payment has been processed. Waiting until AIU processes tuition payments for a course will ensure that you won't need to return a text for a canceled course.


Schoolwide Approaches to Educating ELLs [2011], Author: Soltero, S.W. ISBN: 978-0325029221


Most English language learners are from another country. They come in with anxieties and go through phases of cultural adjustments. Without the necessary support, it might be hard for them to transition smoothly and thus be able to learn English well and fast.

This course is geared toward equipping ESL teachers with the necessary tools to give ESL students the support they need while they undergo the challenges of transition. Issues that may arise concerning the support of students in the classroom, school and the community will be addressed.

29. ACT 48 Workshop: Strategies to Cultivate Creativity and Historical Literacy Using Technology

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Social Studies teachers, all teachers.

Dates: 3/4/2022

Educators consistently explore new pathways to engage students when teaching history. Throughout the last 15 months, that innovation has undergone continued transformation as technology continues to become more accessible to teachers and learners. Within this session, let's examine methods that we can use to enhance both student creativity as well as their historical literacy as we put students in positions to collaborate, innovate, and personalize their experience as young historians. From creating graphic novels, to leveraging music, to small-group breakout sessions exploring complex sources in greater detail, we will discuss how everyone can create while still cultivating historical literacy skills.

30. ACT 48 Workshop: LETRS Classic Module 2: The Speech Sounds of English: Phonetics, Phonology, and Phoneme Awareness

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-2 General Education Teachers, K-12 Special Education Teachers, Reading Specialists, Interventionists, ESL Teachers, educators and administrators interested in literacy

Dates: 3/8/2022

New
Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS), is professional development for educators responsible for improving K-12 instruction in reading, writing, and spelling. Module 2: The Speech Sounds of English: Phonetics, Phonology, and Phoneme Awareness - Defines the ‘ph' words; introduces the speech sound (phoneme) system of English; and discusses the importance of phonological awareness for reading and spelling an alphabetic writing system. Module 2 clarifies why children confuse certain phonemes and how to give corrective feedback. Cost: No fee, workbooks will be provided at no cost for AIU3 member districts and charters only Participation in Module 1 is a prerequisite for Module 2 Please use this link Google Form to fill out a questionnaire.

31. ACT 48 Workshop: RENEW Facilitator Training

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Administrators, School Psychologists, Teachers, Para-Educators, Counselors

Dates: 3/9/2022 to 5/4/2022

RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural Supports, Education, and Work) is a tertiary level intervention within the PBIS framework and an evidence-based practice. Developed in 1996 for students with serious emotional disorders, RENEW is a structured school-to-career transition planning and individualized wrap around process. RENEW focuses on developing a positive social student-driven process using person-centered planning. This session is specifically designed to prepare the adults that are going to work directly with the student in this intervention. The participant will learn certain effective characteristics that enable them to better engage youth, families, and other people who are critical to the youth's success.

32. ACT 48 Workshop: Understanding Trauma

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: ADMINISTRATORS, GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS, TEACHERS, PARAEDUCATORS COACHES AND PBIS TEAM LEADERS

Dates: 3/22/2022

This session is designed for classroom practitioners to gain a deeper understanding on the prevalence and impact of trauma in the classroom as well as the greater school community. The session will focus on specific trauma responsive classroom practices that can be embedded within daily classroom routines.

33. ACT 48 Reporting: Supporting Students with Autism: Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: Special education teachers K-12

Dates: 3/24/2022

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Do you support students with autism who have difficulties with vocabulary development and reading comprehension? Please join us for a session focused on understanding the strands of language comprehension and how to effectively address these components in literacy instruction for all learners. Objectives: Deepen educators' understanding of the complexities of comprehending written academic language Apply that understanding to the interpretation of formative assessments and implementation of classroom practices in teaching vocabulary and comprehension skills

34. ACT 48 Workshop: LETRS Module 3: Spellography for Teachers: How English Spelling Works

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: K-5 General Education Teachers, K-12 Special Education Teachers, Reading Specialists, Interventionists, ESL Teachers, educators and administrators interested in literacy

Dates: 3/28/2022

New
LETRS, Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling, is professional development for educators responsible for improving K-12 instruction in reading, writing, and spelling. Module 3: Spellography for Teachers: How English Spelling Works - Explores the structure and history of English spelling from several angles: historical layers in English orthography; phoneme-grapheme correspondences; letter patterns in orthography, including syllable types; orthographic rules; and meaningful word parts (morphemes). The module clarifies differences between syllables and morphemes and between irregular and high-frequency words. Cost: No fee, workbooks will be provided at no cost for AIU3 member districts and charters only Participation in Module 1 is a prerequisite for Module 3 Please use this link Google Form to fill out a questionnaire.

35. ACT 48 Workshop: PBIS Coaches Networking & PLC (In Person)

Program: ACT 48 Workshops

Audience: PBIS COACHES AND PBIS TEAM LEADERS

Dates: 5/17/2022

The PBIS Coaches Networking & Professional Learning Community (PLC) is a chance for PBIS leaders to meet regularly, share expertise, and establish a culture of collaboration in order to increase the academic and behavioral performance of students across our county. This PLC will allow Coaches and PBIS Leaders to build capacity around the continuation of developing systems, data, and practices. By networking with each other, each coach will have the opportunity to learn strategies around removing barriers and reaching successful outcomes. This face to face meeting will be a way for PBIS teams to celebrate the end of the year by sharing key strategies of successful implementation.