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1. Why Trauma Matters Part 1

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Administrators, educators, school counselors, support staff

Dates: 2/20/2019

Starting Soon
To become a trauma informed environment, we must first understand trauma and how it can directly impact an individual’s behavior. For students especially, the learning process can be easily disrupted by trauma and stress. We will discuss the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study and the lasting impacts those experiences can have for today’s youth. Much of this workshop targets strategies one can apply to create a trauma informed environment. A second session will be offered as a continuation of this workshop on February 28th.

2. Edcamp Firebird

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All school staff

Dates: 2/21/2019

Starting Soon
Join us for a morning full of teacher-driven professionals collaborating among educators throughout Central New York. Unlike traditional conferences, Edcamp sessions are not planned or scheduled until the morning of the event using a scheduling board on which attendees can place an index card with their session on it. The sessions range from basic conversations around teaching methods to sessions sharing digital projects by students or sessions based around just having fun. The emphasis of many Edcamps using technology in the classroom, but a technology focus is not necessary. However, it is suggested that you bring a laptop to an Edcamp as many presentations will be interactive. In addition to registering on MLP, participants also need to register at https://www.eventbrite.com/. For more information please go to the Edcamp Firebird site at https://sites.google.com/phoenixcsd.net/edcamp-firebird/home

3. A Restorative Approach to In School Suspension

Program: School Improvement

Audience: administrators, behavioral specialist, educators, school counselors, psychologists

Dates: 2/21/2019

Starting Soon
Restorative approaches to discipline builds the school communities capacity to support and teach students about positive social interactions, positive relationships, and peaceful resolutions to conflicts and problems. Throughout this session, we will explore how ISS should positively impact student behavior, gain perspective on influential elements in an ISS setting, and challenge the way we structure the ISS process for everyone involved.

4. Online: Enhancing Content and Pedagogical Knowledge

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/25/2019

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February 25 - March 25, 2019 This seminar explores how participants can improve their content backgrounds, pedagogy, resources, and professional responsibilities in their specific content areas. Participants will explore methods for sharing their content knowledge and professional development beyond the classroom to make a difference in the profession.

5. I Just Focus On My Breath?? Where to Begin with Mindfulness

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/25/2019

Awareness (mindfulness) is a natural human capacity that lies dormant in many of us and is certainly less valued than our thinking capacity. We understand and value intellectual education and even physical education . Mindfulness can be thought of as mental education where we strengthen the muscle of mindfulness through practice. The benefits are increasingly documented in support of learning and overall well-being. So where do we begin? We, the adults, must incorporate mindfulness into our own lives so that we can effectively bring it into the classroom. This can seem daunting! Let's gather and yes, focus on our breath as a starting point. The first step on the journey...

6. Helping Kids Prepare to SLAY Their Trauma Dragons

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/26/2019

A key to helping kids successfully work through anxiety and trauma is how well we prepare them. This workshop will offer some key strategies and hands-on activities to help students understand, manage and express triggers that cause their reactions/feelings towards stress. Next, strategies will be discussed, shown and then shared as we practice together. This will help all involved to feel empowered, as we see how easily and simply these options work. Learning Objectives:


•Participants will learn at least one version of how to talk to kids & caregivers about what trauma/anxiety is.


•Implement at least 3 to 4 activities that can be used to prepare these students for this work.


•Articulate what EMDR is and understand it’s amazing and powerful work with desensitizing trauma.

7. Understanding the Role of Formative Assessment (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/26/2019

The role of data literacy and summative and formative assessments in the classroom is a critical one. This seminar will help teachers understand these assessment methods and when to use them to gather accurate information about student achievement. Participants will learn how to evaluate assessment items for depth of knowledge, classify questions to their level of rigor and write assessment questions for different levels of rigor.

8. Effective Questioning (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/27/2019

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400 questions a day. That’s the average number of questions teachers ask in a day. How many of these questions challenge students to think and demonstrate meaning? In this seminar, participants will explore the different purposes of questioning, classify questions according to purpose, and better understand Bloom’s Taxonomy and Webb’s Depth of Knowledge.

9. Why Trauma Matters Part II

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Administrators, educators, school counselors, support staff

Dates: 2/28/2019

To become a trauma informed environment, we must first understand trauma and how it can directly impact an individual’s behavior. For students especially, the learning process can be easily disrupted by trauma and stress. We will discuss the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study and the lasting impacts those experiences can have for today’s youth. Much of this workshop targets strategies one can apply to create a trauma informed environment. This is a continuation of Why Trauma Matters Part 1; you can attend this workshop without having attended the part one workshop.

10. ELT Online: Classroom Management Procedures

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/4/2019

Closed
March 4 - April 1, 2019 This seminar explores seamless integration of transitions, routines for handling materials and supplies, and performance of non-instructional duties. Participants will explore how to encourage students to assume responsibility for ensuring efficient procedures in a well-managed classroom.
Through collaborative, hands-on investigation and experimentation, participants in this two-day experience will explore the intersections and implications of the SEL Guidance document and the NYS Mental Health Education Framework. We will work with the relevant texts as we develop a deeper understanding of what is being asked of us as educators in this SEL & Mental Health work. Important to this work is the self-awareness and reflection we engage in as adults, what Parker Palmer describes as “the work before the work”. We will spend time in this “work” as a community of learners. Central Questions for Exploration: How might we uncover and dismantle the stigmas associated with mental health? What might we need to be aware of in ourselves that informs the work we do with students? What are the possibilities for using the SEL Guidance document and the NYS Mental Health Education Framework in the most supportive and effective ways? Opportunities for further exploration will be discussed. This community will be central in the creative path forward with this work. Resources and information related to this experience and the ongoing work can be found here.

12. LETRS Training - Part 2 Cohort 1

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Professionals who had part 1

Dates: 3/5/2019 to 3/13/2019

Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling - Part 2. Lunch is on your own. Water and coffee will be provided.

13. Teaching Students to Ask Quesitons (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/14/2019

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Students who initiate questioning in the classroom engage in higher-order thinking and advance their understanding of the content, demonstrating self-motivation. Participants will be introduced to, and work closely with, a protocol proven to encourage active classroom involvement and the development of questioning skills in students

14. National Board - Candidate Support

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/16/2019

This National Board Candidate Support Cohort provides a supportive, collaborative learning environment in which teachers will learn to describe and analyze their practice. Candidates will have multiple opportunities to receive peer review as well as a candid, fresh look at their respective written commentaries and video recordings.

15. Differentiated Instruction: Connecting With All Learners (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/19/2019

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This session raises awareness of research that supports instructional differentiation and examines the basic elements of two differentiation models. The seminar addresses the planning, teaching and learning aspects of differentiated instruction that all teachers may experience.

16. Dignity for All Students Act: (Dignity Act Coordinators and/or their Designees)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Dignity Act Coordinators and/or their Designees

Dates: 3/20/2019

The training will review the DASA regulations and updates; Review the roles and responsibilities of Dignity Act Coordinators; Share an overview of complaint process flow charts; Provide samples of DASA forms and investigation techniques; and provide an overview of best practices related to school-wide strategies for improved climate and culture. NOTE: THIS IS NOT THE 6hr REQUIRED TRAINING FOR CERTIFICATION. No cost for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $50.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made to CiTi Treasurer. NO CASH please; to CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114
This professional collaboration opportunity is focused on building the skills of mindful communication and holding space for others by engaging in structured protocols that teach deep listening, presence, asking open, honest questions and honing the skill of paraphrasing. This offering is available to any educator and would be especially supportive to those in coaching and similar support roles. It is also relevant for any educator who seeks to bring heart-centered communication into their work and personal lives. Participants are asked to commit to all 4 Zoom Sessions to maintain the integrity and experience for all members.

18. National Board - Candidate Support

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/23/2019

This National Board Candidate Support Cohort provides a supportive, collaborative learning environment in which teachers will learn to describe and analyze their practice. Candidates will have multiple opportunities to receive peer review as well as a candid, fresh look at their respective written commentaries and video recordings.

19. ELT Online: Types of Learning Activities

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/25/2019

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March 25 - April 22, 2019 This seminar focuses exclusively on types of learning activities that promote deep learning aligned with the goals of the lesson and allow students to exercise some choice.

20. Spring Math Network K - 4 Preparing to Build Capacity in the New York Next Generation Learning Standards for Mathematics

Program: School Improvement

Audience: teachers, instructional specialists, RTI/AIS instructors, teacher leaders

Dates: 3/25/2019

New
This workshop will begin the process of preparing math teachers to build capacity into their teaching practices for the implementation of the New York Next Generation Learning Standards for Mathematics. This will remain our primary focus throughout the professional day. Our first learning intention will be to unpack the standards using the following as guides: John Hattie’s Visible Learning research of Surface, Deep, and Transfer Learning The three shifts in mathematics of Coherence, Focus, and Rigor Our second learning intention will be to examine the changes in the standards within and around grade levels using the standards document and developing “notecatchers” that will help teachers in surrounding grades prepare for the results of changes in other grades. Our third learning intention will be to prepare curriculums for change. We will examine current curriculums and target areas that will need to be adapted to the new standards. We will examine pre and post test changes for possible reorganization of topics and teaching of these topics. We will explore the use of exit tickets in relation to learning these standards as we defined them in our first learning intention.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Kate Ginney. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

22. Trauma Awareness in Education: Supporting Resiliency and Preventing Conflict (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/27/2019

Wait List
Increasingly our students experience exposure to multiple or prolonged traumatic events, such as child abuse, neglect, and exposure to domestic violence. This experience directly affects their social and emotional development and negatively impacts their behavior and academic growth in school. It is becoming more common that educators are faced with the challenges of connecting with and educating students who have endured complex trauma. Often the hurt that is felt by the student is placed on the educator and it can manifest in a variety of ways. This seminar will engage participants in understanding the roots of trauma, its prevalence and causes, the characteristics and associated behaviors, as well as learning how to work with traumatized students in a proactive and positive way.

23. Spring 5-8 Math Network - Preparing to Build Capacity in the New York Next Generation Learning Standards for Mathematics

Program: School Improvement

Audience: teachers, instructional coaches, RTI/AIS teachers, teacher leaders

Dates: 3/28/2019

New
This workshop will begin the process of preparing math teachers to build capacity into their teaching practices for the implementation of the New York Next Generation Learning Standards for Mathematics. This will remain our primary focus throughout the professional day. Our first learning intention will be to unpack the standards using the following as guides: John Hattie’s Visible Learning research of Surface, Deep, and Transfer Learning The three shifts in mathematics of Coherence, Focus, and Rigor Our second learning intention will be to examine the changes in the standards within and around grade levels using the standards document and developing “notecatchers” that will help teachers in surrounding grades prepare for the results of changes in other grades. Our third learning intention will be to prepare curriculums for change. We will examine current curriculums and target areas that will need to be adapted to the new standards. We will examine pre and post test changes for possible reorganization of topics and teaching of these topics. We will explore the use of exit tickets in relation to learning these standards as we defined them in our first learning intention.

24. Helping Students At-Risk for Suicide

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/29/2019

Within and across school districts, practices vary widely in managing students at risk for suicide. At one end of the spectrum, some schools require that police officers assess any student threatening suicide and subsequently escort the child to a regional hospital if they are deemed to be a “lethal threat” to themselves. At the other end of the spectrum, school psychologists complete a risk assessment, provide brief intervention, and develop a safety plan for a child at-risk for suicide. Such variability within and across school districts, and even among school-based mental health care practitioners, leaves them susceptible to role confusion and lacking confidence in how to properly address a student who is suicidal. This full day professional development workshop is designed to improve skills, processes, and protocol for helping students at risk for suicide through: 1. Equipping educators with tools, knowledge, and skills to assist students having thoughts of suicide or engaging in suicidal behavior 2. Understanding the necessity of pre-planning and standardized procedures for safety planning 3. Identifying the importance of collaboration and shared decision making between school mental health professionals, administrators, community providers, and the student and his or her family in managing students at risk for suicide 4. Viewing an example of documenting risk of suicide and safety planning 5. Being prepared to develop and implement standardized procedures in their schools/district that reflect best practice for helping students at risk OPEN TO COUNTIES: ONONDAGA, ONEIDA, CORTLAND, OSWEGO, MADISON & CAYUGA This workshop will be offering 5.0 official NASP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits. Limit 60 people/priority given to NYASP members Cost: $80 / $60 for NYASP members ***Payment is to be made at the workshop. DISREGARD PAYMENT METHOD AFTER ENROLLMENT. Cash or checks made payable to NYASP; POs accepted; No Credit Cards accepted***

25. Self-Care Saturday for Educators

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/6/2019

Save the Date! Details to follow soon!

26. National Board - Candidate Support

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/6/2019

This National Board Candidate Support Cohort provides a supportive, collaborative learning environment in which teachers will learn to describe and analyze their practice. Candidates will have multiple opportunities to receive peer review as well as a candid, fresh look at their respective written commentaries and video recordings.

27. SLS Free Comic Book Event

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians & Teachers

Dates: 4/9/2019

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Free Comic Book Event

28. Engaging the Disruptive Student (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/9/2019

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What can you do when you have students who disrupt the learning in your classroom? This seminar will discuss the many strategies to enhance personal effectiveness with disruptive students and get student learning back on track.

29. SLS Council Meeting

Program: School Library Systems

Dates: 4/11/2019

These meetings are attended by members of the SLS Advisory Council that have been chosen and elected by the Communication Coordinators committee. The SLS Council advises the School Library System and helps create the Plan of Service and approves the SLS budget and Annual Report. All members of the SLS are welcome to attend but only members of the council may vote on recommendations.

30. Mindfulness in Education: Overview & Getting Started

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/19/2019

More than a buzzword, Mindfulness is rising up in its influence and value in education. The research is growing around its impact on learning, focus and overall health and well-being for students and adults. Through experiential learning and collaborative interactions, participants will explore mindfulness - what it is, why it matters, where it fits and how to begin. The work will involve an emphasis on personal practice as well as equip educators with strategies to begin using in their classroom or setting immediately.

31. Addressing Aggressive Student Behavior in Schools (3 hour)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/22/2019

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Special needs students experience many benefits as well as challenges in the classroom. Some students may resist efforts of teachers and SRPs to support and guide them. This resistance may be shown in passive ways or in more aggressive ways, such as acting out, tantrums, or even throwing objects. This seminar will focus on strategies for managing the behavior of students who demonstrate aggressive and disruptive behaviors. Participants will discuss the need to teach students to take responsibility for their own behavior, review a plan for ensuring they have the knowledge and skills to successfully change their behaviors, and proactive strategies for addressing specific misbehaviors. Confrontation strategies and strategies such as redirection, cause and effect and overcorrection will be explored and practiced.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Kate Ginney. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

33. SLS Kathleen Odean presents "The Best Young Adult Books"

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians & Teachers

Dates: 4/24/2019

Kathleen will present an all-day program for grades 6-12.

34. National Board - Candidate Support

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/27/2019

This National Board Candidate Support Cohort provides a supportive, collaborative learning environment in which teachers will learn to describe and analyze their practice. Candidates will have multiple opportunities to receive peer review as well as a candid, fresh look at their respective written commentaries and video recordings.

35. Cool Tools 2018-2019

Program: School Library Systems

Dates: 5/1/2019

Online self-paced learning program for a wide range of web-based services and networking tools. This Course will have a tentative start date in December of 2018 and will go through April of 2019.
The SLS Communication Coordinators meetings are designed to be a bridge between the School Library System team and the school librarians in each of the districts and non-public schools that are members of the system. Each district has a designated Communication Coordinator who is required to attend the meetings but all members are welcome to attend. These meetings are attended by members of the SLS Advisory Council that have been chosen and elected by the Communication Coordinators committee. The SLS Council advises the School Library System and helps create the Plan of Service and approves the SLS budget and Annual Report. All members of the SLS are welcome to attend but only members of the council may vote on recommendations.

37. Mexico Elementary School Leadership Day

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 5/9/2019

Interested in learning more about an Oswego County school in Year 2 of the Leader in Me process? We invite you to attend Mexico Elementary School’s second annual Leadership Day. Our day includes time for classroom visits, a building tour, a question and answer session with our building’s Lighthouse Team, and our monthly student-led celebration, our Synergy Summit.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Kate Ginney. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

39. CommUNITY Rhythms ~ Drum Circle for Health & Wellness

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All educators, community members welcome!

Dates: 5/31/2019

CommUNITY rhythms inspires and strengthens a sense of community through various facilitated music making. We create safe space for building self confidence and exploring powerful tools for self expression based on ancient traditions. Rhythm wellness programs teach through self-discovery, non-verbal interaction and opportunities for stepping outside our comfort zone. The ultimate goals for this program are to have fun, learn new ways to observe what’s really going on around us and find our true voice. Participants will: - Explore simple ways we can use percussion tools for wellness - Create safe space as a group to inspire connection and community - Express how we feel and inspire self confidence - Experience creative approaches for managing stress and anxiety - Discover how non-verbal communication can help us feel empowered Experiences may include all or some of the following: - Learn how to play a hand drum - Learn simple body rhythms - Enjoy facilitated playful drumming games - Learn Rhythms Seeds/phonetic tool - Play free form drumming (play what we feel) - Experience a biomusicology phenomenon (entrainment) Who benefits from the experience of a commUNITY Rhythm Event ? - People struggling with anxiety and stress - People who tend to isolate and seeking opportunities to connect - People struggling with depression - People seeking tools to manage insomnia - People struggling with a lack of focus, concentration and finding purpose - People struggling with social anxiety CommUNITY Rhythms is one of many programs inspiring community and connection. For more programs and information, check out Creative Rhythms online by visiting www.artsandhealing.com. C

40. Cognitive Coaching Foundations Part 1

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 6/4/2019 to 6/26/2019

The mission of Cognitive Coaching is to produce self-directed persons with the cognitive capacity for excellence both independently and as members of a community. Research indicates that teaching is a complex intellectual activity and that teachers who think at higher levels produce students who are higher achieving, more cooperative, and better problem solvers. It is the invisible skills of teaching, the thinking processes that underlie instructional decisions, which produce superior instruction. Cognitive Coaching is a research-based model that capitalizes upon and enhances teachers' cognitive processes.
In the eight-day Seminars, participants learn how to: *develop trust and rapport *develop an identity as a mediator of thinking *utilize conversation structures for planning, reflecting and problem resolving *develop teachers' autonomy and sense of community *develop higher levels of efficiency, consciousness, craftsmanship, flexibility and interdependence *apply four support functions: coaching, evaluating, consulting, collaborating *utilize the coaching tools of pausing, paraphrasing, and posing questions *distinguish among the five forms of feedback *use data to mediate thinking
Cognitive Coaching Seminars® are an eight-day training. Agendas for Days 1-4 include the Planning Conversation Map and the Reflecting Conversation Map as well as the tools of Cognitive Coaching. Days 5-8 provide for skill refinement and understanding of the Problem-Resolving Map.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Kate Ginney. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

42. Self-Care Saturday for Educators

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 6/8/2019

Save the Date! Details to follow soon!

43. Cognitive Coaching Foundations Part 2

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 7/9/2019 to 7/31/2019

The mission of Cognitive Coaching is to produce self-directed persons with the cognitive capacity for excellence both independently and as members of a community. Research indicates that teaching is a complex intellectual activity and that teachers who think at higher levels produce students who are higher achieving, more cooperative, and better problem solvers. It is the invisible skills of teaching, the thinking processes that underlie instructional decisions, which produce superior instruction. Cognitive Coaching is a research-based model that capitalizes upon and enhances teachers' cognitive processes.
In the eight-day Seminars, participants learn how to: *develop trust and rapport *develop an identity as a mediator of thinking *utilize conversation structures for planning, reflecting and problem resolving *develop teachers' autonomy and sense of community *develop higher levels of efficiency, consciousness, craftsmanship, flexibility and interdependence *apply four support functions: coaching, evaluating, consulting, collaborating *utilize the coaching tools of pausing, paraphrasing, and posing questions *distinguish among the five forms of feedback *use data to mediate thinking
Cognitive Coaching Seminars® are an eight-day training. Agendas for Days 1-4 include the Planning Conversation Map and the Reflecting Conversation Map as well as the tools of Cognitive Coaching. Days 5-8 provide for skill refinement and understanding of the Problem-Resolving Map.

44. BOCES Senior Leadership Retreat - Strengthening Your Organization's Customer and Employee Experience

Program: School Improvement

Audience: BOCES Senior Leadership

Dates: 7/18/2019 to 7/19/2019

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The BOCES Senior Leadership Retreat will focus on strengthening your organization’s customer and employee experience. Our keynote speaker will be Jason Smorol, General Manager of the Syracuse Mets. Additional breakout sessions will include intergenerational relationships and how they effect the workplace, building your personal and professional brand, and a focus on the employee experience and onboarding those professionals. There will be time for meeting with “job-like” colleagues as well as time for teams to meet and synthesize information that has been shared. Please join us! **Rooms blocked at $98.00 USD/night; check in 7/17 - check out 7/19; Book by 6/17/19 Link: https://www.marriott.com/meeting-event-hotels/group-corporate-travel/groupCorp.mi?resLinkData=Boces%20of%20NY%20Conference%20%5Esyrmc%60bocboca%7Cbocbocb%6098.00%60USD%60false%604%607/17/19%607/19/19%6006/17/19&app=resvlink&stop_mobi=yes