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1. Writing Effective GIEPs, Part I

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Gifted Educators

Dates: 7/2/2017 to 7/15/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

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PDE COURSE NUMBER 20090281
Audience: Gifted Educators

Description: This 1 credit course is designed to provide participants with step-by-step expertise in developing GIEPs for gifted Pennsylvania students that provide meaningful educational benefits to gifted students and that comply with the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Chapter 16 requirements.
Course modules are consecutive, and are designed to be taken sequentially.
Part 1 will provide an overview of PA Chapter 16 regulations and compliance issues relative to GIEPs. It will also address the issues of determining Present Levels of Educational Performance (PLEP) and introduce the relationship between Annual Goals and PLEP. Recent due process decisions will provide a "real world" backdrop for understanding the elements of compliance and for avoiding the pitfalls of PLEP that is vague or inadequate, and Annual Goals that are not sufficiently measurable.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours

Please Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course.

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

2. Instructional Activities for Struggling Secondary Readers, Part I

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Middle and High School teachers in any content area; English/Reading Department Chairmen; Curriculum Coordinators; Special Education teachers

Dates: 7/3/2017 to 7/16/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20090278
Audience: Middle and High School teachers in any content area; English/Reading Department Chairmen; Curriculum Coordinators; Special Education teachers

Description: This 1 credit course targets educational professionals working with secondary students with the purpose of promoting effective reading instruction for struggling readers. An overview of the components of reading, strategies for developing effective instructional intervention plans, comprehensive assessment processes, identifying learner challenges, learner accommodations and research-based strategies for instructing struggling secondary students in the areas of vocabulary development, word strategies, word consciousness, and comprehension will be presented.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Please Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course.

3. Addressing Learning Disabilities in Education

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with learning disabilities

Dates: 7/5/2017 to 8/2/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

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PDE COURSE NUMBER 20120310
Audience: Teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines,reading specialists,nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists,speech therapists,any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with learning disabilities.

Description: Participants will have the opportunity to further understand what learning disabilities are, how they are identified and how they are managed in the educational setting. Through viewing videos, examination of research, discussions among colleagues, review of legal cases, assessment of student case studies and development of sample lesson plans, standards aligned IEP goals, accommodations and modifications, participants will have tools to implement strategies within their classroom to promote student achievement for all students with learning disabilities. Pennsylvania's Resiliency/Wellness Framework elements of high expectations for students with learning disabilities, meaningful student engagement among students with learning disabilities, connectivity and bonding with students with learning disabilities, skills for life for our students with learning disabilities, clear and consistent boundaries for our students with learning disabilities as well as unconditional support for these students will also be covered.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you for option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable

4. ADHD in Education

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with ADHD.

Dates: 7/5/2017 to 8/2/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

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PDE COURSE NUMBER 20120308
Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with ADHD.

Description: With more and more students being diagnosed with ADHD, it is important for educators to examine their perceptions and expand their knowledge base of this disability category in order to meet these students' needs. Throughout the course, participants will explore the debate surrounding medication and the myths associated with ADHD. Furthermore, they will complete activities providing them with first-hand experience about what it is like to live with ADHD. With the information covered in the course, participants will take away practical strategies to implement across all school environments. Online. No textbook required.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

5. Common Sense (Media) Education

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Technology Teachers, Librarians, Guidance Counselors, Psychologist

Dates: 7/11/2017

Target Audience: Technology Teachers, Librarians, Guidance Counselors, Psychologist

Description: Introduction to Common Sense Education Scope and Sequence:
Presentation of curriculum (PDF, Nearpod)
Small group investigation

Large group report out Implementation:
In what class or context could these lessons be taught?
What kind of teacher(s) might be best suited to teach?
Best format to deliver/engage students?

Design implementation plan:
Planning Checklist
Suggested student implementation plan

Digital Interactives:
Digital Bytes: Grades 9-12
Digital Compass: Grades 6-8
Digital Passport: Grades 3-5

Connecting Families Toolkit:
What do you see the role of parents in this learning?
What is the best way to engage parents and strengthen home/school partnerships?

Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certification:
Educator Certification Checklist
School Certification Checklist
District Certification Checklist

Registration Fee: $100.00 payable by Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or School Purchase Order

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit Registration deadline: JUNE 30, 2017

6. Nonpublic Workshop: Common Sense (Media) Education

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Delaware County Nonpublic Schools Technology Teachers, Librarians, Guidance Counselors, Psychologist - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELCO NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

Dates: 7/11/2017

Target Audience: Delaware County Nonpublic Schools Technology Teachers, Librarians, Guidance Counselors, Psychologist - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELCO NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

Description: Introduction to Common Sense Education Scope and Sequence:
Presentation of curriculum (PDF, Nearpod)
Small group investigation

Large group report out Implementation:
In what class or context could these lessons be taught?
What kind of teacher(s) might be best suited to teach?
Best format to deliver/engage students?

Design implementation plan:
Planning Checklist
Suggested student implementation plan

Digital Interactives:
Digital Bytes: Grades 9-12
Digital Compass: Grades 6-8
Digital Passport: Grades 3-5

Connecting Families Toolkit:
What do you see the role of parents in this learning?
What is the best way to engage parents and strengthen home/school partnerships?

Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certification:
Educator Certification Checklist
School Certification Checklist
District Certification Checklist

Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit Registration deadline: JUNE 30, 2017

STAFF WILL BE CHARGED $100 PER PERSON FOR NO SHOW'S AND LATE WITHDRAWAL IF LESS THAN 3 DAYS PRIOR TO WORKSHOP START

7. Teacher Effectiveness: Professional Responsibilities

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Teacher Effectiveness targets K-12 educators and administrators who want to deepen their own understanding of effective instructional practices as measured by Charlotte Danielson´s Framework for Teaching (FFT).

Dates: 7/12/2017 to 7/26/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience: Teacher Effectiveness targets K-12 educators and administrators who want to deepen their own understanding of effective instructional practices as measured by Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT).

Description: PDE COURSE # 20120177 Teacher Effectiveness targets K-12 educators and administrators who want to deepen their own understanding of effective instructional practices as measured by Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT). This course will provide a detailed examination of Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities and its use in teacher evaluation.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 30 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

8. Google Educator Level 1 - Certification Boot Camp

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: All educators interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Dates: 7/12/2017 to 7/13/2017

Target Audience: All educators interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Description: During this two day learning experience, participants will learn the essentials of Google Apps for Education with a focus on the skills and techniques needed to complete the online exam to achieve "Google Educator" status and pursue "Google Education Trainer" status.

This event will guide participants through various activities and classroom examples using media rich content, responsive instruction techniques, and design labs.

Learning outcomes for this workshop include:

Test preparation for the new Google Educator exam and models of excellence that includes classroom readiness with all Google for Education solutions including:
Gmail
Drive
Calendar
Sites
Chrome
Classroom
Exploration of the Google Trainer process

Custom eGuide included for all participants.
Shared resources in a custom Google Site with video playlists, test taking tools/tips, enrichment materials, and a test prep elearning scaffold.
eGuide serves as an ongoing eBook resource.
Includes Google for Education tools dashboard.



Participants will be given 1 hour for lunch on their own. This is a training series and completion does not result in the status of a Google Certified Educator

Registration Fee: $150.00 payable by Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or School Purchase Order

DCIU STAFF REGISTER THROUGH USING PURCHASE ORDER PAYMENT TYPE AND YOU MUST ENTER A BUDGET CODE PROVIDED BY YOUR PROGRAM AS THE PO NUMBER.

This is a two-day workshop,you must attend both days. Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit. Registration deadline: JULY 3, 2017

9. Google Educator Level 1 - Certification Boot Camp (Non-public Schools)

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: All NON-PUBLIC EDUCATORS interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Dates: 7/12/2017 to 7/13/2017

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Target Audience: All DELAWARE COUNTY NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDUCATORS interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Description: During this two day learning experience, participants will learn the essentials of Google Apps for Education with a focus on the skills and techniques needed to complete the online exam to achieve "Google Educator" status and pursue "Google Education Trainer" status.

This event will guide participants through various activities and classroom examples using media rich content, responsive instruction techniques, and design labs.

Learning outcomes for this workshop include:

Test preparation for the new Google Educator exam and models of excellence that includes classroom readiness with all Google for Education solutions including:
Gmail
Drive
Calendar
Sites
Chrome
Classroom
Exploration of the Google Trainer process.

Custom eGuide included for all participants.
Shared resources in a custom Google Site with video playlists, test taking tools/tips, enrichment materials, and a test prep elearning scaffold.
eGuide serves as an ongoing eBook resource.
Includes Google for Education tools dashboard.

More information about the Google certification: edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com

Participants will be given 1 hour for lunch on their own. This is a training series and completion does not result in the status of a Google Certified Educator

YOU MUST EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER TO ATTEND UNDER TITLE II FUNDING

This is a two-day workshop,you must attend both days. Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit. Registration deadline: JULY 3, 2017 (OR EARLIER IF FILLED)

10. Evaluating Project-Based Learning in the Classroom-Admins

Program: Leadership

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 7/14/2017 to 8/8/2017

Target Audience: Administrators

Description: Evaluating Project-Based Learning in the Classroom will help participants increase student achievement within their school entity or organization by promoting Project-Based Learning in their schools. Without support from principals and administrators PBL and inquiry based learning will be sporadic and inconsistent. Through the course participants will learn and become proficient in the previously listed topics. Project-based learning, a teaching methodology that utilizes student-centered projects to facilitate student learning is touted as superior to traditional teaching methods in improving problem solving and thinking skills, and engaging students in their learning. Popular in pre-professional training in medicine, science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers since the 1970's, momentum has more recently developed to extend these practices to elementary and secondary classrooms.

This is an online course with TWO (2) Face to Face Meetings to be held on JULY 14, 2017 AND WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2017.

Credit: 30 Hours PIL/Act 45

Fee: $200 Until JUNE 1, 2017, then fee will be $250.00, payable via Visa/Mastercard or Purchase Order. There is a Team Fee for 3 people from the same school/district of $500.00 - register using Purchase Order option and indicate your School/Entity with PO number for billing at discounted rate.

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

Registration Deadline JUNE 27, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

11. Nonpublic Workshop - Project Based Learning Workshop (2-Day Series)

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Delaware County Nonpublic Schools staff K through 12 Regular Education, Special Education, Related Arts Teachers from nonpub schools ONLY

Dates: 7/14/2017 to 8/8/2017

Target Audience: Delaware County Nonpublic Schools staff K through 12 Regular Education, Special Education, Related Arts Teachers from nonpub schools ONLY

Description: Learn about the project based learning process, work your way through a problem based lesson, learn about what to do and not do to have an effective project based lesson, leave with your own personal project based lesson. During the second meeting we will work through your feedback (positive/negative) in regards to your first project based lesson, problem solve for solutions, and work on a second or third problem based lesson.

Credit: 12 Act 48 Hours

Registration Deadline JUNE 27, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

12. Project Based Learning Workshop (2-Day Series)

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: K through 12 Regular Education, Special Education, Related Arts Teachers

Dates: 7/14/2017 to 8/8/2017

Target Audience: K through 12 Regular Education, Special Education, Related Arts Teachers

Description: Learn about the project based learning process, work your way through a problem based lesson, learn about what to do and not do to have an effective project based lesson, leave with your own personal project based lesson. During the second meeting we will work through your feedback (positive/negative) in regards to your first project based lesson, problem solve for solutions, and work on a second or third problem based lesson.

Credit: 12 Act 48 Hours

Fee: $150 payable via Visa/Mastercard or Purchase Order.

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

Registration Deadline JUNE 27, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

13. Understanding and Developing Your Leadership Style with Steve Ventura-Act 48 Credit

Program: Leadership

Audience: Instructional Leaders

Dates: 7/17/2017 to 7/18/2017

Target Audience: Instructional Leaders

Description: What is it, specifically, that instructional leaders do to support and create a collaborative culture? How can leaders overcome the "politics of distraction" when it comes to leading change? In order to become an instructional leader, principals and system level leaders must make important decisions about their own professional impact.

In this thoughtful and interactive series, participants will learn the instructional leadership behaviors necessary to focus attention on improving curriculum or instructional approach to maximize student achievement. Providing leadership support for feedback, assessment, and developing assessment capable learners are just a few examples of a specialized skill set designed to enhance these leadership strategies. Moreover, leaders must maintain a learning environment based on quality teaching, student engagement, evaluation of instructional impact, and create positive home- school relationships. Join us for an unforgettable, inspirational series, and learn how to pursue higher levels of implementation with greater focus, rigor and clarity.

Credit: 14 Hours Act 48 Credit

Fee: $200 for Delaware County Schools Staff, $225 out of county, payable via Visa/Mastercard or Purchase Order.

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

Registration Deadline JULY 4, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

14. Understanding and Developing Your Leadership Style with Steve Ventura-PIL/Act 45 Credit

Program: Leadership

Audience: Instructional Leaders

Dates: 7/17/2017 to 6/20/2018

Target Audience: Instructional Leaders

Description: What is it, specifically, that instructional leaders do to support and create a collaborative culture? How can leaders overcome the "politics of distraction" when it comes to leading change? In order to become an instructional leader, principals and system level leaders must make important decisions about their own professional impact.

In this thoughtful and interactive series, participants will learn the instructional leadership behaviors necessary to focus attention on improving curriculum or instructional approach to maximize student achievement. Providing leadership support for feedback, assessment, and developing assessment capable learners are just a few examples of a specialized skill set designed to enhance these leadership strategies. Moreover, leaders must maintain a learning environment based on quality teaching, student engagement, evaluation of instructional impact, and create positive home- school relationships. Join us for an unforgettable, inspirational series, and learn how to pursue higher levels of implementation with greater focus, rigor and clarity.

Credit: 30 Hours PIL/Act 45, July 17 & 18, 2017, January 10, 2018, June 20, 2018 and 14 hours of job-embedded assignments (completed in district throughout the year individually or as a team)

Fee: $250 for Delaware County Schools Staff, $275 out of county, payable via Visa/Mastercard or Purchase Order.

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

Registration Deadline JULY 4, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

15. School Level Data: Access, Organization, and Analysis

Program: Leadership

Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Dates: 7/17/2017

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Target Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Description: School leaders will work through specific data sources available to them in the areas of student achievement and growth. This workshop will begin with a look at publicly available data (SPP, general achievement, growth). The remainder of the session will prepare school leaders on how to access, organize and analyze the data specific to their schools. By the end of the workshop school leaders will have resources to navigate the SPP, e-metric, and PVAAS. The morning will focus on access and organization of data, the afternoon will be for school teams to work through their data.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS JULY 10, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

16. DCIU Google Education with a Special Education Focus

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: All educators interested in Enhancing Special Education with Google for Education

Dates: 7/18/2017

Target Audience: All educators interested in Enhancing Special Education with Google for Education

Description: During this one-day workshop, participants will learn about the core apps of G Suite for Education and how these programs and tools can support special educators and students. Participants will explore apps that allow for individualized student learning, creation and collaboration; provide accommodations and accessibility to content; streamline data collection, analysis, and reporting; and facilitate communication practices.

Learning objectives for this workshop include understanding and implementation of: Introduction to G Suite for Education and the Google Edu ecosystem.
G Suite apps including Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Slides; explore ways the apps allow users to create and collaborate, collect and analyze data, and communication effectively and efficiently.
Google Chrome browser, apps & extensions.
Accessibility options in Chrome, G Suite features and add-ons that support assistive technology and accessibility modifications.
Participants will be provided with hands-on time and differentiated design lab learning experiences

Registration Fee: $75.00 Delaware County Schools, $100.00 Out of County, payable by Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or School Purchase Order

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPANT AND RECEIVE CREDIT. Registration deadline: JULY 3, 2017

17. DCIU Google Education with a Special Education Focus (Non-public Schools)

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: All DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools educators interested in Enhancing Special Education with Google for Education

Dates: 7/18/2017

Target Audience: All DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools educators interested in Enhancing Special Education with Google for Education

Description: During this one-day workshop, participants will learn about the core apps of G Suite for Education and how these programs and tools can support special educators and students. Participants will explore apps that allow for individualized student learning, creation and collaboration; provide accommodations and accessibility to content; streamline data collection, analysis, and reporting; and facilitate communication practices.

Learning objectives for this workshop include understanding and implementation of: Introduction to G Suite for Education and the Google Edu ecosystem.
G Suite apps including Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Slides; explore ways the apps allow users to create and collaborate, collect and analyze data, and communication effectively and efficiently.
Google Chrome browser, apps & extensions.
Accessibility options in Chrome, G Suite features and add-ons that support assistive technology and accessibility modifications.
Participants will be provided with hands-on time and differentiated design lab learning experiences

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE FROM A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPANT AND RECEIVE CREDIT. Registration deadline: JULY 3, 2017

18. Strategies for Challenging Student Behaviors

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: ALL

Dates: 7/19/2017 to 8/15/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience: ALL

Description:PDE COURSE # 20120092 Strategies for Challenging Student Behaviors offers research-based interventions that educators can use to support K-12 students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and Conduct Disorder (CD). The purpose of the course is to help educators identify behavioral indicators common to these disorders, and implement strategies in response to these behaviors to promote students' social and emotional skill-building and support academic success. This course aligns with the PA Student Interpersonal Skill Standards (SIS) and the Safe and Supportive Schools Model.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. (Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

19. Web Quests for the K-12 Classroom

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 7/19/2017 to 8/1/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20020007
Audience: K-12 Teachers

Description: This course is designed for K to 12 educators to create a WebQuest to use in the classroom. WebQuests are activities, using Internet resources, which encourage higher order thinking skills. A WebQuest unit is an inquiry-oriented activity designed to make the most of the student's time. WebQuests focus on using information rather than looking for it. Participants will design or adapt a WebQuest based on their curriculum. This course is appropriate for both Mac and PC users.

Registration Fee: $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Please Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course.

20. Building Leadership Capacity in Math - Classroom Chefs

Program: Leadership

Audience: Principals, Curriculum Directors, Instructioal Coaches

Dates: 7/19/2017 to 7/20/2017

Target Audience: Principals, Curriculum Directors, Instructional Coaches

Description: If site leaders believe that every student can learn math, we must believe that every teacher can teach it, even those who might say, “I’m not a math person.” Join two Classroom Chefs to discuss meaningful, accessible shifts in K-12 math education and how the support of a strong leadership team can make it possible.

Registration Fee: $25.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS JULY 17, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE FOR BOTH DAYS ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

21. Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening with OneNote Class Notebook

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 7/19/2017

NOTE: IF YOU PLAN TO REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH THE ONENOTE AND POWERPOINT WORKSHOPS ON 7/19/17 PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR DISCOUNTED PRICE: Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening with OneNote Class Notebook AM and Make PowerPoint Interactive: Speaking and Listening with Office Mix PM Sessions, OTHERWISE CONTINUE REGISTRATION HERE FOR THE SINGLE SESSION

Target Audience: Teachers

Description: How do we define text today? How do we do text rendering and talking to the text when the text is online? In order to process content, we want our students writing about the content, speaking about it, and listening to others. How does OneNote Class Notebook provide opportunities to respond in writing, collaborate, transact with digital text and respond using audio? Come and explore the possibilities.

Registration fee: $45.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF july 17,2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date
Target Audience: Teachers

Description: AM Session: How do we define text today? How do we do text rendering and talking to the text when the text is online? In order to process content, we want our students writing about the content, speaking about it, and listening to others. How does OneNote Class Notebook provide opportunities to respond in writing, collaborate, transact with digital text and respond using audio? Come and explore the possibilities.

PM Session: How do we provide our students with opportunities to speak and hear content-specific vocabulary throughout the day? How do we give them the chance to process content by talking about it? Open your ears to the possibilities using Microsoft Office Mix with PowerPoint

Registration fee: $75.00 (Lunch is NOT provided)

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF JULY 17, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

23. Make PowerPoint Interactive: Speaking and Listening with Office Mix

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 7/19/2017

NOTE: IF YOU PLAN TO REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH THE ONENOTE AND POWERPOINT WORKSHOPS ON 7/19/17 PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR DISCOUNTED PRICE: Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening with OneNote Class Notebook AM and Make PowerPoint Interactive: Speaking and Listening with Office Mix PM Sessions, OTHERWISE CONTINUE REGISTRATION HERE FOR THE SINGLE SESSIONTarget Audience: Teachers

Description:How do we provide our students with opportunities to speak and hear content-specific vocabulary throughout the day? How do we give them the chance to process content by talking about it? Open your ears to the possibilities using Microsoft Office Mix with PowerPoint

Registration fee: $45.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF JULY 17, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

24. Nonpublic Workshop - Make PowerPoint Interactive: Speaking and Listening with Office Mix

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 7/19/2017

New
Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Description:How do we provide our students with opportunities to speak and hear content-specific vocabulary throughout the day? How do we give them the chance to process content by talking about it? Open your ears to the possibilities using Microsoft Office Mix with PowerPoint

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF JULY 17, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

25. School Level Data: Access, Organization, and Analysis

Program: Leadership

Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Dates: 7/24/2017

New
Target Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Description: School leaders will work through specific data sources available to them in the areas of student achievement and growth. This workshop will begin with a look at publicly available data (SPP, general achievement, growth). The remainder of the session will prepare school leaders on how to access, organize and analyze the data specific to their schools. By the end of the workshop school leaders will have resources to navigate the SPP, e-metric, and PVAAS. The morning will focus on access and organization of data, the afternoon will be for school teams to work through their data.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS JULY 17, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

26. Autism in Education

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with Autism

Dates: 7/25/2017 to 8/21/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with Autism.

PDE Course Number: 20120307
Description: This course will provide participants descriptions of disorders that fall under the autism spectrum. Participants will review the latest research in the autism field and legal aspects of having students with autism in the classroom. We will explore fostering social competence in students with autism, developing and implementing IEPs for students with autism, and how to best meet these students' needs while promoting acceptance from the other classmates. Participants will take with them practical educational and instructional strategies to implement within their classroom. Online. No textbook required.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option.Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

27. Instructional Activities for Struggling Secondary Readers, Part II

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Middle and High School teachers in any content area; English/Reading Department Chairmen; Curriculum Coordinators; Special Education teachers

Dates: 7/25/2017 to 8/7/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20090279
Audience: Middle and High School teachers in any content area; English/Reading Department Chairmen; Curriculum Coordinators; Special Education teachers

Description: This 1 credit course is a continuation of Instructional Activities for Struggling Secondary Readers, part 1, and targets educational professionals working with secondary students with the purpose of promoting effective reading instruction for struggling readers. An overview of the components of reading, strategies for developing effective instructional intervention plans, comprehensive assessment processes, identifying learner challenges, learner accommodations and research-based strategies for instructing struggling secondary students in the areas of explicit reading instruction, before, during and after reading strategies, understanding comparisons, concepts, and characters, interpreting figurative language and finding main and supporting ideas will be presented.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours. Can count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Please Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course.

28. How to Handle Difficult Conversations

Program: Leadership

Audience: Building and district level administrators

Dates: 7/25/2017

Target Audience: Building and district level administrators

Description: This 4-hour training teaches participants strategies for dealing with another’s anger or their own anger. The content include the dynamics of anger, active listening skills, conflict management styles, de-escalating anger, and identifying positions, issues, and interests. The seminar is highly interactive including lecture, group activities, and role-plays.

Registration Fee: $70.00 Payable via Purchase Order or Credit Card

IF YOU FALL UNDER THE EGIL GRANT PLEASE SELECT PURCHASE ORDER AS PAYMENT AND ENTER "EGIL" WHERE ASKS FOR PO INFORMATION

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS JULY 18, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE FOR BOTH DAYS ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

29. Google Tools for Educators

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators (NOTE: This course is not eligible for Act 45 administrator credit)

Dates: 7/26/2017 to 8/22/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators (NOTE: This course is not eligible for Act 45 administrator credit)

Description: PDE COURSE # 20100209 This course will help educators learn Google's web based software as a technical and educational solution to empower themselves and students to develop authentic, relevant, and digital learning. The number of software solutions offered for free by Google is growing rapidly and there are countless applications for the classroom to integrate.

Registration Fee (CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

30. School Level Data: Access, Organization, and Analysis

Program: Leadership

Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Dates: 8/1/2017

New
Target Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Description: School leaders will work through specific data sources available to them in the areas of student achievement and growth. This workshop will begin with a look at publicly available data (SPP, general achievement, growth). The remainder of the session will prepare school leaders on how to access, organize and analyze the data specific to their schools. By the end of the workshop school leaders will have resources to navigate the SPP, e-metric, and PVAAS. The morning will focus on access and organization of data, the afternoon will be for school teams to work through their data.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS JULY 31, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

31. Teacher Effectiveness: Planning and Preparation

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Teacher Effectiveness targets K-12 educators and administrators who want to deepen their own understanding of effective instructional practices as measured by Charlotte Danielson´s Framework for Teaching (FFT).

Dates: 8/2/2017 to 8/16/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20120153
Audience: Teacher Effectiveness targets K-12 educators and administrators who want to deepen their own understanding of effective instructional practices as measured by Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT).

Description: This course will provide a detailed examination of Domain I: Planning and Preparation and its use in teacher evaluation. Through this course, educators will develop a thorough understanding of Domain I components and how mastery of planning and preparation concepts will lead to increased effective instruction and, in turn, increased student achievement.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

32. Safety-Care Initial Two-Day Training

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: All School Staff: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Assistants, Psychologists, Guidance Counselors, Behavior Specialists, Nurses, Bus Drivers/Aides

Dates: 8/2/2017 to 8/3/2017

Target Audience: All School Staff: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Assistants, Psychologists, Guidance Counselors, Behavior Specialists, Nurses, Bus Drivers/Aides.

Description: Safety-Care training is a recommended and well-received two-day course that provides a broad set of methods and techniques for reducing the likelihood of behavioral crisis and improving staff safety. Staff will learn, practice, and demonstrate competency in differential reinforcement and basic preventative safety. They will learn how to safely cope with serious behavioral incidents that include: basic physical skills, releases, leadership during behavioral crises, and procedures for safe holding. Trainees who successfully pass the course will receive a Safety-Care training certificate. Recertification is required annually through a recertification course.

Registration fee: $35.00 for DCIU/Delaware County District Staffs DCIU STAFF MUST PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER, $45.00 for Out of County Staff. Fee includes lunch both days and the Safety Care Certificate.

SAFETY-CARE SPECIALIST TRAINING AGREEMENT FORM: Training Agreement Form

THIS COURSE REQUIRES PHYSICAL EXERTION. PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO EXERT THEMSELVES PHYSICALLY AND HAVE FLEXIBILITY OF MOVEMENT THAT INCLUDES KNEELING. A PARTICIPANT MAY OPT OUT OF ACTIVITIES AT ANY TIME IF NECESSARY, AND MUST NOTIFY THE TRAINER OF ANY INABILITY TO PARTICIPATE. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ASKED TO SIGN A WAIVER ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE TRAINING ACKNOWLEDGING THAT PARTICIPATION COULD POTENTIALLY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. PLEASE WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHING AND STURDY SHOES. ATTENDANCE ON BOTH DAYS IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THE TRAINING AND RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE.
If you have any questions about the training, please contact Bria Hoey at: (610) 938-9000

33. Act 126 Mandated Reporter Training

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Participants in the guest teacher consortium, open to anyone in the community

Dates: 8/3/2017

Target Audience: Guest Teachers and everyone who works or volunteers in a school

Description: Participants will be trained in the requirements and procedures for mandated reporting of suspected cases of child abuse and neglect as established by ACT 126. This is a required course for all school employees.

Registration fee: $10.00, via Credit Card or School Purchase Order.
PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND

REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUGUST 1, 2017 OR WHEN MAXIMUM REGISTRATION IS REACHED.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

34. STEAL Summer Institute Year 2 Cohort A

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: You must be an accepted STEAL Teacher to register

Dates: 8/7/2017 to 8/18/2017

Target Audience: STEAL Teachers ONLY

Description: Registration for the Physical Science Summer Institute at Temple University. You must be an accepted STEAL Teacher to register.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED TO RECEIVE ACT 48 CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE, WHICH IS AUGUST 7, 2017.

35. A New Look at Working with Students with Autism

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with Autism.

Dates: 8/9/2017 to 9/6/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience:Designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with Autism

Description: PDE COURSE NUMBER 20120306. With more and more students being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum disorders, it is important for educators to explore their perceptions and expand their knowledge base of this disability category in order to meet these students' needs. This course takes an inside look into what it is like to live with Autism. We will see and hear first hand accounts from people living with the disorder. Their inspirational and informative stories have motivated participants in the past to examine and reexamine how they work with students on the spectrum of autism. We will explore methods of motivation and classroom management in settings with learners with Autism. Given the information provided throughout the course, participants will also have the opportunity to more completely understand the many services that students with autism can benefit from and how educators can apply this learned information in their area of focus and provide effective instruction to students with mild to severe Autism.

Registration Fee: $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK

36. ADHD in Education

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with ADHD.

Dates: 8/9/2017 to 9/6/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20120308
Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with ADHD.

Description: With more and more students being diagnosed with ADHD, it is important for educators to examine their perceptions and expand their knowledge base of this disability category in order to meet these students' needs. Throughout the course, participants will explore the debate surrounding medication and the myths associated with ADHD. Furthermore, they will complete activities providing them with first-hand experience about what it is like to live with ADHD. With the information covered in the course, participants will take away practical strategies to implement across all school environments. Online. No textbook required.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

37. Diversity Awareness in Education:A New Perspective for a Changing Classroom

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/9/2017 to 9/5/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20050437
Target Audience: K-12 Teachers

Description: This course will help educators gain a greater awareness of the racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, gender and cultural diversity of their school community and beyond. Participants will be involved in insightful and interactive learning that will place a great emphasis on personal world view and the world view of others. In the end, participants will be equipped with the knowledge to create effective strategies for use in any curriculum relevant to your position.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 (Late fee of $475.00 if registering one week or less prior to start of course)

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option.Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

38. Instructional Activities for Struggling Secondary Readers, Part III

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Middle and High School teachers in any content area; English/Reading Department Chairmen; Curriculum Coordinators; Special Education teachers

Dates: 8/9/2017 to 8/22/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience: Middle and High School teachers in any content area; English/Reading Department Chairmen; Curriculum Coordinators; Special Education teachers

Description: PDE COURSE NUMBER 20090280. This 1 credit course is a continuation of Instructional Activities for Struggling Secondary Readers, Part 2, and targets educational professionals working with secondary students with the purpose of promoting effective reading instruction for struggling readers. Techniques for developing critical secondary readers, strategies for assisting students in comprehending reading selections using a variety of strategies, strategies for assisting students in evaluating and interpreting print and non-print texts, and strategies for assisting students in detecting bias and distinguishing fact from opinion will be presented.


Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Please Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course.

39. Writing Effective GIEPs, Part II

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Gifted Educators

Dates: 8/9/2017 to 8/22/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

PDE COURSE NUMBER 20090282
Audience: Gifted Educators

Description: This 1 credit course is designed to continue where Writing Effective GIEPs Part 1 ended, to provide participants with detailed instructions and considerations for creating GIEP annual goals, short term learning outcomes, and specially designed instruction that work cohesively to reflect student present levels and to provide students with a meaningful educational benefit and that comply with the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Chapter 16 requirements.
Course modules are consecutive, and are designed to be taken sequentially.
Part 2 will provide a review of PA Chapter 16, PLEP and Annual Goals regulations and compliance issues relative to GIEPs. It will also address the interrelationships between Present Levels of Educational Performance (PLEP), annual goals, specially designed instruction and short term learning outcomes. Practical guidance and numerous examples will be given to participants for discussion and modeling.

Registration Fee: $150.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $175.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours

Please Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course.

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

40. LETRS Module 1:The Challenge of Learning to Read

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: General Education Teachers

Dates: 8/14/2017

Target Audience: Gen Ed Teachers

Description: Explores the reasons why many students have reading difficulties, the ways children learn to read, and the components of effective reading instruction.

Registration fee: $38.00 Payable by Purchase Order or Credit Card

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND STAY FOR THE ENTIRE SESSION TO RECEIVE CREDIT. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 12, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

41. School Level Data: Access, Organization, and Analysis

Program: Leadership

Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Dates: 8/14/2017

New
Target Audience: Delaware County Districts School Building Leaders

Description: School leaders will work through specific data sources available to them in the areas of student achievement and growth. This workshop will begin with a look at publicly available data (SPP, general achievement, growth). The remainder of the session will prepare school leaders on how to access, organize and analyze the data specific to their schools. By the end of the workshop school leaders will have resources to navigate the SPP, e-metric, and PVAAS. The morning will focus on access and organization of data, the afternoon will be for school teams to work through their data.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS AUGUST 7, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

42. LETRS Module 2:The Speech Sounds of English

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: General Education Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2017

Target Audience: Gen Ed Teachers

Description: .Introduces phonemes, discusses the importance of phonological awareness to instruction, and addresses some of the challenges of young English learners. You MUST have completed Module 1 to attend this training

Registration fee: $38.00 Payable by Purchase Order or Credit Card

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND STAY FOR THE ENTIRE SESSION TO RECEIVE CREDIT. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 12, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

43. Nonpublic Workshop - OneNote for Organizing Your Life

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/15/2017

New
Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Description: Do your students need a way to keep their digital materials organized? Have you thought about a virtual plan book? Someplace to organize everything you need for a unit? Wondering how students can transact with text, even if the text is online? If you're students are working on a multi-part project, would you like to be able to give them feedback? OneNote is a virtual notebook that can be used for all these things - and more. This session is for those who are new to OneNote.

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 13,2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

44. OneNote for Organizing Your Life

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2017

NOTE: IF YOU PLAN TO REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH ONENOTE WORKSHOPS ON 8/15/17 PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR DISCOUNTED PRICE: OneNote for Organizing Your Life AM and Doing Research with OneNote PM Sessions, OTHERWISE CONTINUE REGISTRATION HERE FOR THE SINGLE SESSION

Target Audience: Teachers

Description: Do your students need a way to keep their digital materials organized? Have you thought about a virtual plan book? Someplace to organize everything you need for a unit? Wondering how students can transact with text, even if the text is online? If you're students are working on a multi-part project, would you like to be able to give them feedback? OneNote is a virtual notebook that can be used for all these things - and more. This session is for those who are new to OneNote.

Registration fee: $45.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 13,2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

45. OneNote for Organizing Your Life and Doing Research with OneNote

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2017

Target Audience: Teachers

Description: AM Session: Do your students need a way to keep their digital materials organized? Have you thought about a virtual plan book? Someplace to organize everything you need for a unit? Wondering how students can transact with text, even if the text is online? If you're students are working on a multi-part project, would you like to be able to give them feedback? OneNote is a virtual notebook that can be used for all these things - and more. This session is for those who are new to OneNote.

PM Session: If we're going digital, then why is that printer chugging away? If we're going digital, how do we not get lost in the maze that is the internet? Research is easy online, until we have to go back to the source. Where was it that you found that piece of data five days ago? OneNote provides research tools which often get overlooked. Let's do some research together and see how OneNote helps you keep it all together.

Registration fee: $75.00 (Lunch is NOT provided)

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 13,2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

46. Doing Research with OneNote

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2017

NOTE: IF YOU PLAN TO REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH ONENOTE WORKSHOPS ON 8/15/17 PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR DISCOUNTED PRICE: OneNote for Organizing Your Life AM and Doing Research with OneNote PM Sessions, OTHERWISE CONTINUE REGISTRATION HERE FOR THE SINGLE SESSION

Target Audience: Teachers

Description: If we're going digital, then why is that printer chugging away? If we're going digital, how do we not get lost in the maze that is the internet? Research is easy online, until we have to go back to the source. Where was it that you found that piece of data five days ago? OneNote provides research tools which often get overlooked. Let's do some research together and see how OneNote helps you keep it all together.

Registration fee: $45.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 13,2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

47. Nonpublic Workshop - Doing Research with OneNote

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/15/2017

New
Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Description: If we're going digital, then why is that printer chugging away? If we're going digital, how do we not get lost in the maze that is the internet? Research is easy online, until we have to go back to the source. Where was it that you found that piece of data five days ago? OneNote provides research tools which often get overlooked. Let's do some research together and see how OneNote helps you keep it all together.

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 13,2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

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

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: General Education Teachers

Dates: 8/16/2017

Target Audience: Gen Ed Teachers

Description: .Explores the structure and history of English from several angles and provides teachers with the content they need to approach phonics, spelling, and word study with confidence. You MUST have completed Module 1 to attend this training

Registration fee: $38.00 Payable by Purchase Order or Credit Card

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND STAY FOR THE ENTIRE SESSION TO RECEIVE CREDIT. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 12, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

49. Safety-Care Re-Certification Training

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: All School Staff: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Assistants, Psychologists, Guidance Counselors, Behavior Specialists, Nurses, Bus Drivers/Aides. Any one who has successfully completed the initial 2-day Safety-Care Certification Training

Dates: 8/17/2017

Target Audience: All School Staff: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Assistants, Psychologists, Guidance Counselors, Behavior Specialists, Nurses, Bus Drivers/Aides. Any one who has successfully completed the initial 2-day Safety-Care Certification Training

Description: The Safety-Care re-certification course is a one-day training that provides a complete overview of the initial Safety-Care training curriculum. Participants must demonstrate competency in all areas of the Safety-Care curriculum and will be tested for proficiency through the demonstrated competencies and a written test. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will maintain their certification for one full year. The one-day re-certification course is required annually.

Prerequisites: Must have passed the inital 2-day Safety-Care Training to take the re-certification course.


Registration Fee: $25.00 DCIU/Delaware County District Staffs DCIU STAFF MUST PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER, $35.00 for Out of County Staff. Fee includes lunch and the Safety Care Certificate.

SAFETY-CARE SPECIALIST TRAINING AGREEMENT FORM:Training Agreement Form

THIS COURSE REQUIRES PHYSICAL EXERTION. PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO EXERT THEMSELVES PHYSICALLY AND HAVE FLEXIBILITY OF MOVEMENT THAT INCLUDES KNEELING. A PARTICIPANT MAY OPT OUT OF ACTIVITIES AT ANY TIME IF NECESSARY, AND MUST NOTIFY THE TRAINER OF ANY INABILITY TO PARTICIPATE. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ASKED TO SIGN A WAIVER ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE TRAINING ACKNOWLEDGING THAT PARTICIPATION COULD POTENTIALLY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. PLEASE WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHING AND STURDY SHOES.

If you have any questions about the training, please contact Bria Hoey at: (610) 938-9000, ext. 2102.


PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

50. ESL 4: Developing Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Pennsylvania Educators holding a valid PA Teaching Certificate participating in the current ESL Cohort

Dates: 8/21/2017 to 12/3/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience:Pennsylvania Educators holding a valid PA Teaching Certificate participating in the current ESL Cohort

Description: This course is designed for teachers of English Language Learners. It is based upon knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes of a multicultural approach to learning. Teachers taking this course will develop an awareness of issues related to culture and their impact on the English Language Learner. The course will help learners develop an awareness of how culture affects language acquisition, develop strategies for working with cultural and linguistic diversity in the classroom as well as identify personal attitudes towards multicultural education. Cultural awareness from visible cultural traits to invisible cultural behaviors will be explored to promote staff understanding about other cultures. Course participants will be required to demonstrate knowledge of fundamental concepts and practices of English as a Second Language instruction as related to cultural awareness based on the following competencies.

REQUIRED TEXT: "Voices of Diversity: Stories, Activities and Resources for the Multicultural Classroom" by Lori Langer de Ramirez. Students also choose a novel.

Registration Fee: $600.00 registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $625.00 registering between 7 days and start of course (fees charged at registration)

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Immaculata Course number EDL 559. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

51. ESL 5: Professionalism

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Pennsylvania Educators holding a valid PA Teaching Certificate

Dates: 8/21/2017 to 10/9/2017

Meeting Times: Course will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed one day prior to course start.

Location: ONLINE COURSE

Audience:Pennsylvania Educators holding a valid PA Teaching Certificate

This course is only open to those in the current ESL Cohort

ESL SPECIALIST ADD-ON CERTIFICATE GUIDELINES LINK BELOW,
(CLICK HERE)ESL SPECIALIST ADD-ON


Description: This course is designed as a capstone course intended to show participants' knowledge and experience in the field of ESL. Participants will complete research, design professional development, create plans for their future ESL classrooms, and explore ways to involve parents in their child's education.

Registration Fee: $200.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $225.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course (fee charged at registration)

Credits: One (1) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit, 30 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Immaculata Course number EDL 561. Form will be emailed to you if you.

52. ESL Fieldwork Experience-Cohort 4 ONLY

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Open to DCIU ESL Cohort 4 Students

Dates: 8/21/2017 to 12/3/2017

Target Audience: Open to DCIU ESL Cohort 4 Students ONLY

Description: This course is required for ESL students completing the fieldwork portion of the cohort. It is open to Cohort 2 students.

ACTIVITY RUNNING FROM AUGUST 21, 2017 THROUGH DECEMBER 3, 2017. Registration Fee: $450.00 (Late fee of $475.00 if registering one week or less prior to start). REGISTRATION DEADLINE 8/18/17, YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED.

Credits: 90 Act 48 Hours. NOT ELIGIBLE FOR CPE CREDIT HOURS AND IMMACULATA CREDIT.

53. Nonpublic Workshop - Introduction to Microsoft Office 2016 and O365

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/21/2017

Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Description:This Microsoft Office training will assist learners in understanding and applying the new features in the 2016 release of Microsoft Office. Focusing on Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook, this course will enable learners to maximize the potential of Office 2016 through real-world examples.

Get started with Office 365 for business. Install, set up, and use Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and OneDrive for Business on your devices. Learn about Lync, Yammer, Delve, and more, and see how you can be more productive with Office 365.

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS AUGUST 1, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

54. Nonpublic Workshop - Writing for Authentic Audiences with Sway

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/21/2017

New
Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Description: Young Authors Night is always a popular event. Parents and grandparents line the halls to read the writing of students. The kids are excited because they have an authentic audience. The web provides us with exciting ways to have a Young Authors Night every night of the week. Microsoft Sway and your Office 365 account provide you with many ways for your students to have an authentic audience in formats that did not exist before.

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 19, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

55. Wilson Fundations® Level K Training

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: HAVERFORD STAFF ONLY Classroom, Reading Specialists and Special Education Teachers who implement or are beginning to implement the Wilson Fundations® Level K literacy program

Dates: 8/21/2017

Closed
Target Audience: HAVERFORD SD STAFF ONLY Classroom, Reading Specialists and Special Education Teachers who implement or are beginning to implement the Wilson Fundations® Level K literacy program

Description: The Fundations® Level K Workshop provides the practice and guidance needed to effectively begin teaching the Fundations® Level K curriculum. At the completion of the workshop, attendees will be able to::

Have a solid background knowledge and understanding of the research base supporting the why and how of Fundations® instruction.

Identify the skills taught in Fundations® Level K: phonological awareness; phonemic awareness and the alphabetic principle; sound mastery; ways to form the key linkages-letter name, formation and sound; phonics; vocabulary; high frequency/trick words; fluency; comprehension strategies; manuscript handwriting, spelling, and punctuation.

Understand the principles of instruction: explicit, sequential, and cumulative instruction that engages multiple learning modalities with multisensory instruction, repetition, and immediate, specific feedback.

Prepare a daily Level K learning plan and practice lesson activity procedures.

Build a learning focused classroom: maximizing instructional time, learning lesson activities, using questioning to guide student learning and mastery, and encouraging craftsmanship for optimum outcomes.

REGISTRATION FEE: Delaware County School Teacher: $90.00, Out of County Teachers: $150.00 payable via Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or Purchase Order. Lunch included.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF 8/16/2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

56. Wilson Fundations® Level K Training

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Classroom, Reading Specialists and Special Education Teachers who implement or are beginning to implement the Wilson Fundations® Level K literacy program

Dates: 8/21/2017

Target Audience: Classroom, Reading Specialists and Special Education Teachers who implement or are beginning to implement the Wilson Fundations® Level K literacy program

Description: The Fundations® Level K Workshop provides the practice and guidance needed to effectively begin teaching the Fundations® Level K curriculum. At the completion of the workshop, attendees will be able to::

Have a solid background knowledge and understanding of the research base supporting the why and how of Fundations® instruction.

Identify the skills taught in Fundations® Level K: phonological awareness; phonemic awareness and the alphabetic principle; sound mastery; ways to form the key linkages-letter name, formation and sound; phonics; vocabulary; high frequency/trick words; fluency; comprehension strategies; manuscript handwriting, spelling, and punctuation.

Understand the principles of instruction: explicit, sequential, and cumulative instruction that engages multiple learning modalities with multisensory instruction, repetition, and immediate, specific feedback.

Prepare a daily Level K learning plan and practice lesson activity procedures.

Build a learning focused classroom: maximizing instructional time, learning lesson activities, using questioning to guide student learning and mastery, and encouraging craftsmanship for optimum outcomes.

REGISTRATION FEE: Delaware County School Teacher: $90.00, Out of County Teachers: $150.00 payable via Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or Purchase Order. Lunch included.

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF 8/16/2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

57. Writing for Authentic Audiences with Sway

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 8/21/2017

NOTE: IF YOU PLAN TO REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH THE SWAY AND ONENOTE WORKSHOPS ON 8/21/17 PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR DISCOUNTED PRICE: Writing for Authentic Audiences with Sway AM and OneNote Class Notebook PM Sessions, OTHERWISE CONTINUE REGISTRATION HERE FOR THE SINGLE SESSION

Target Audience: Teachers

Description: Young Authors Night is always a popular event. Parents and grandparents line the halls to read the writing of students. The kids are excited because they have an authentic audience. The web provides us with exciting ways to have a Young Authors Night every night of the week. Microsoft Sway and your Office 365 account provide you with many ways for your students to have an authentic audience in formats that did not exist before.

Registration fee: $45.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 19, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

58. Writing for Authentic Audiences with Sway and OneNote Class Notebook

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 8/21/2017

Target Audience: Teachers

Description:AM Session: Young Authors Night is always a popular event. Parents and grandparents line the halls to read the writing of students. The kids are excited because they have an authentic audience. The web provides us with exciting ways to have a Young Authors Night every night of the week. Microsoft Sway and your Office 365 account provide you with many ways for your students to have an authentic audience in formats that did not exist before.

PM Session: Teachers distribute materials to individual students, groups of students, or the entire class. Students collaborate in the notebook. Teachers comment on student work with written and oral feedback. Students do work in individual sections of the notebook that only the teacher and student can see. Experience a Class Notebook and customize on for your subject area.

Registration fee: $75.00 (Lunch is NOT provided)

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 19, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

59. SSD Google Drive SSD-ES-621

Program: Springfield SD Workshops

Audience: Springfield School District K-12 Certified Staff

Dates: 8/21/2017

Target Audience: Springfield School District K-12 Certified Staff

Description: Participants will learn how to use the tools in google drive.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ACT 48 CREDIT-BE SURE TO REGISTER NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE ACTIVITY WILL BE ADDED. ALSO FOR ACT 48 CREDIT - COMPLETE YOUR ACTIVITY EVALUATION FOLLOWING THE ACTIVITY THROUGH YOUR MYLEARNINGPLAN ACCOUNT.

60. Nonpublic Workshop - OneNote Class Notebook

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/21/2017

New
Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators

Description: Teachers distribute materials to individual students, groups of students, or the entire class. Students collaborate in the notebook. Teachers comment on student work with written and oral feedback. Students do work in individual sections of the notebook that only the teacher and student can see. Experience a Class Notebook and customize on for your subject area.

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 19, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

61. OneNote Class Notebook

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 8/21/2017

NOTE: IF YOU PLAN TO REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH THE SWAY AND ONENOTE WORKSHOPS ON 8/21/17 PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR DISCOUNTED PRICE: Writing for Authentic Audiences with Sway AM and OneNote Class Notebook PM Sessions, OTHERWISE CONTINUE REGISTRATION HERE FOR THE SINGLE SESSION

Target Audience: Teachers

Description: Teachers distribute materials to individual students, groups of students, or the entire class. Students collaborate in the notebook. Teachers comment on student work with written and oral feedback. Students do work in individual sections of the notebook that only the teacher and student can see. Experience a Class Notebook and customize on for your subject area.

Registration fee: $45.00

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 19, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date

62. SSD Responsive Classroom SSD-E-623

Program: Springfield SD Workshops

Audience: Springfield School District K-12 Elementary Teachers

Dates: 8/22/2017 to 8/23/2017

New
Target Audience: Springfield School District K-12 Elementary Teachers

Description: On day We will be talking about the three types of logical consequences, you break it you fix it, loss of privilege, and time-out, as well as how to implement them and when to use them. We'll discuss the difference between a punishment and a logical consequence and what is behind your intent as a teacher and the message you send to the child. We will also review teacher language, some common language pitfalls, and the differences between reinforcing, reminding, and redirecting language- how to use it and when.

On day 2 we will talk about the social and academic learning that goes into the first six weeks of school, how to get your classroom off to a good start, how to do a guided discovery and an interactive modeling, and creating your classroom rules using the children's hopes and dreams. We will learn some greetings, activities, and energizers that will take you through that critical first six weeks of school as you introduce your morning meeting to your class.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ACT 48 CREDIT-BE SURE TO REGISTER. ALSO FOR ACT 48 CREDIT - COMPLETE YOUR ACTIVITY EVALUATION FOLLOWING THE ACTIVITY THROUGH YOUR MYLEARNINGPLAN ACCOUNT.

63. STEM Integration and Leadership - Maine Math and Science Alliance

Program: Leadership

Audience: Principals, Curriculum Directors, Instructioal Coaches

Dates: 8/22/2017 to 8/23/2017

Target Audience: Principals, Curriculum Directors, Instructional Coaches

Description:What do we mean by STEM integration? How do we design STEM learning opportunities that engage students and help them master 21st century skills, and how can instructional leaders help support these shifts in teaching and learning? During this two-day workshop instructional leaders will:
Examine and experience the relationships between science, engineering, math and technology
Investigate the complexities and the opportunities the “new standards” provide
Explore tools and strategies to support instructional leaders
Apply learnings to your setting

Registration Fee: $25.00

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND/RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE WHICH IS AUGUST 19, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE FOR BOTH DAYS ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

64. Microsoft Training with Lindsey Troyanoski with a focus on Special Education

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: Any educator using Microsoft Office 365

Dates: 8/22/2017

Target Audience: Any educator using Microsoft Office 365

Description: Office 365 lets a student adjust their devices to make learning more personalized, aligning with each student's natural learning style or special education needs. Windows personalizes learning options enable students to access the curriculum in their own way, according to their abilities and needs.

For students who learn best by writing, Office 365 features powerful handwriting recognition and a stylus input. There are also many education apps for Windows that enable students of all abilities to learn in a way that works best for them.

Registration Fee: $75.00 payable by Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or School Purchase Order

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit Registration deadline: AUGUST 1, 2017

65. Nonpublic Workshop - Microsoft Training with Lindsey Troyanoski with a focus on Special Education

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators using Microsoft Office 365

Dates: 8/22/2017

New
Target Audience: DELAWARE COUNTY Non-public Schools Teachers and Administrators using Microsoft Office 365

Description: Office 365 lets a student adjust their devices to make learning more personalized, aligning with each student's natural learning style or special education needs. Windows personalizes learning options enable students to access the curriculum in their own way, according to their abilities and needs.

For students who learn best by writing, Office 365 features powerful handwriting recognition and a stylus input. There are also many education apps for Windows that enable students of all abilities to learn in a way that works best for them.

Registration Fee: Covered by Title II Non-public School Funding - YOU MUST BE EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER HERE

Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit Registration deadline: AUGUST 1, 2017

66. Non-public Workshop - Recognizing and Effectively Responding to Behavior -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Staff ONLY

Dates: 8/22/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Staff ONLY

Description: This workshop will focus on the seven phases of challenging behavior. Participants will have a better understanding of common behavioral terms and be able to define the seven phases. They will receive tips for recognizing/preventing challenging behavior and learn what to do when when challenging behaviors occur.
For Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/17/17

67. Non-public Workshop - Best Practices for Bully Prevention -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Staff ONLY

Dates: 8/22/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Staff ONLY

Description: This workshop is an introduction to bully prevention. The training will provide an overview of the law and current statistics around bullying in our schools. Participants will learn forms of bullying, common myths of bullying, and long term effects. They will leave with an understanding of how to recognize, appropriately respond and report incidents of bullying that they observe.
For Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/17/17

68. Effective Online Teaching

Program: Other

Audience: All

Dates: 8/23/2017 to 10/18/2017

New
Course registration first requires acceptance into the program. Please do not register unless you have been accepted. For more information please visit: Adult Education



Effective Online Teaching reinforces the teachers current knowledge of effective instructional practices as measured by Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT) and transfers those practices to the online environment. This course will provide an overview of online learning and an introduction to the iNACOL online learning standards. Participants will explore ways in which the domains from the FFT differ in an online environment when compared to the traditional environment.

Throughout the course participants will examine online teaching pedagogy and develop materials that can help provide an engaging online environment that can increase student achievement. The course will conclude with a look into advancing your own professional learning.

ONLINE ACTIVITY RUNNING FROM AUGUST 23, 2017 THROUGH OCTOBER 18, 2017. Registration Fee: $600.00 Registration is only payable via Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard). Purchase Orders will not be processed.


Credits: 90 Act 48 Hours.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $300.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option.Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

69. ESL 1: Language Acquisition

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: Cohort 5 Only - Pennsylvania Educators holding a valid PA Teaching Certificate and accepted into the ESL Specialist Add-on Certificate Program

Dates: 8/23/2017 to 11/1/2017

Meeting Times: Course will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed one day prior to course start.

Location: ONLINE COURSE

New
Audience: Cohort 5 Only - Pennsylvania Educators holding a valid PA Teaching Certificate and accepted into the ESL Specialist Add-on Certificate Program.

Special Note: PLEASE REVIEW THE DCIU ESL SPECIALIST ADD-ON CERTIFICATE GUIDELINES CAREFULLY AT THE LINK BELOW, BEFORE REGISTERING:
(CLICK HERE)ESL SPECIALIST ADD-ON.

ADMISSION MUST BE APPROVED PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR THIS COURSE.


Description: This course is designed for teachers of English Language Learners. Educators taking this course will develop knowledge and skills in the areas of structure of the English language, grammar, and pronunciation, including lexical, morphological, syntax, phonological and pragmatic components. Language Acquisition is designed to develop participants' knowledge of the process of literacy development for second language learners and strategies to assist ELLs in different stages of second language acquisition.

Required Textbook: "The Language-Rich Classroom: A Research-Based Framework for Teaching English Language Learners." Himmele, Persida and Himmele, William. 2009.

Registration Fee: $600.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $625.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. May count towards Level II Certification and Masters Equivalency.

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Immaculata Course number EDL 565. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option. Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

70. Google Educator Level 2 - Certification Boot Camp

Program: Technology Workshops

Audience: All educators interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Dates: 8/23/2017 to 8/24/2017

Target Audience: All educators interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Description: During this two day learning experience, participants will learn the essentials of G Suite for Education with a focus on the skills and techniques needed to complete the online exam to achieve "Google Educator Level 2" status.

Rich Kiker will facilitate the session and guide participants through various activities and classroom examples using media rich content, web based tutorials, and video learning libraries.

Registration Fee: $150.00 payable by Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or School Purchase Order

DCIU STAFF PLEASE PROVIDE A PROGRAM BUDGET CODE AS PO NUMBER IF PROGRAM IS PAYING

This is a two-day workshop,you must attend both days. Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit Registration deadline: AUGUST 1, 2017

71. Google Educator Level 2 - Certification Boot Camp (Non-public Schools)

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: All NON-PUBLIC EDUCATORS interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Dates: 8/23/2017 to 8/24/2017

Wait List
Target Audience: All DELAWARE COUNTY NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDUCATORS interested in preparing for Google Educator certified status

Description: During this two day learning experience, participants will learn the essentials of G Suite for Education with a focus on the skills and techniques needed to complete the online exam to achieve "Google Educator Level 2" status. Rich Kiker will facilitate the session and guide participants through various activities and classroom examples using media rich content, web based tutorials, and video learning libraries. More information about the Google certification: edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com

YOU MUST EMPLOYED BY A DELAWARE COUNTY NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL TO REGISTER TO ATTEND UNDER TITLE II FUNDING

This is a two-day workshop, you must attend both days. Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit.Preregistration is required to attend and receive credit. Registration deadline: AUGUST 1, 2017

72. Paraeducator Web Tools for the Classroom

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Delaware County District Paraeducators

Dates: 8/23/2017

Target Audience: Delaware County Paraeducators

Description: Participants of this workshop will explore web-based supports to enrich their students’ daily learning activities. Opportunities for hands-on practice will be integrated into the session.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT - YOU WILL NOT BE ADDED FOR CREDIT SHOULD YOU ATTEND WITHOUT PREREGISTERING - YOU MUST PREREGISTER BY AUGUST 18, 2017.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

73. Wilson Fundations® Level 1 Training

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Classroom, Reading Specialists and Special Education Teachers who implement or are beginning to implement the Wilson Fundations® Level 1 literacy program

Dates: 8/23/2017

Wait List
Target Audience: Classroom, Reading Specialists and Special Education Teachers who implement or are beginning to implement the Wilson Fundations® Level 1 literacy program

Description: The Fundations® Level 1 Workshop provides the practice and guidance needed to effectively begin teaching the Fundations® Level 1 curriculum. At the completion of the workshop, attendees will be able to:

Have a solid background knowledge and understanding of the research base supporting the why and how of Fundations® instruction.

Identify the skills taught in Fundations® Level 1: phonemic awareness; the alphabetic principle; sound mastery; ways to form the key linkages-letter name, formation and sound; phonics and word study; vocabulary; high frequency/trick words; fluency; comprehension strategies; manuscript handwriting, spelling, and punctuation.

Understand the principles of instruction: explicit, sequential, and cumulative instruction that engages multiple learning modalities with multisensory instruction, repetition, and immediate, specific feedback.

Prepare a daily Level 1 learning plan and practice lesson activity procedures.

Build a learning focused classroom: maximizing instructional time, learning lesson activities, using questioning to guide student learning and mastery, and encouraging craftsmanship for optimum outcomes.

REGISTRATION FEE: Delaware County School Teacher: $90.00, Out of County Teachers: $150.00 payable via Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) or Purchase Order. Lunch included.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AS OF AUGUST 16, 2017, or earlier if workshop fills up prior to that date.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

74. Non-public Workshop - Differentiated Instruction Across the Curriculum -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Dates: 8/23/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Description: Educators will understand the practice of differentiating instruction. There will be opportunities for participants to practice differentiating content, product, and process.
For Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/18/17

75. SSD Google Classroom SSD-ES-622

Program: Springfield SD Workshops

Audience: Springfield School District K-12 Certified Staff

Dates: 8/23/2017

Target Audience: Springfield School District K-12 Certified Staff

Description: Participants will learn how to use the tools in google classroom.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ACT 48 CREDIT-BE SURE TO REGISTER NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE ACTIVITY WILL BE ADDED. ALSO FOR ACT 48 CREDIT - COMPLETE YOUR ACTIVITY EVALUATION FOLLOWING THE ACTIVITY THROUGH YOUR MYLEARNINGPLAN ACCOUNT.

76. Non-public Workshop - Managing the Differentiated Classroom -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Dates: 8/23/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Description: Educators will understand the role of differentiated instruction, how instruction can be differentiated, and how it can apply to one's classroom instructional practices.
For Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/18/17

77. Teacher Web Tools for the Classroom

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Delaware County District Teachers

Dates: 8/23/2017

Target Audience: Delaware County Teachers

Description: Participants of this workshop will explore web-based supports to enrich their students’ daily learning activities. Opportunities for hands-on practice will be integrated into the session.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT - YOU WILL NOT BE ADDED FOR CREDIT SHOULD YOU ATTEND WITHOUT PREREGISTERING - YOU MUST PREREGISTER BY AUGUST 18, 2017.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

78. Non-Public Workshop - Aimsweb Data Analysis: Using Data to Drive Instruction - Frederick Douglass Christian School ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Teachers at Frederick Douglass Christian School Only

Dates: 8/24/2017

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Target Audience: Teachers at Frederick Douglass Christian School Only

Description: Teachers will receive training on how to use Aimsweb data to drive their instruction.

For Teachers at Frederick Douglass Christian School ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Frederick Douglass Christian School to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 22, 2017

79. Non-public Workshop - Understanding by Design -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Dates: 8/24/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Description: Description: Participants will learn about Understanding by Design as a planning process and structure to guide curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
For Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/19/17

80. Non-public Workshop - Increasing Active Student Engagement -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Dates: 8/24/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers and TaC Officers ONLY

Description: This session will take a look into Domain 3: Instruction, to engage learners in the classroom. Bring laptop (or Internet capable device) to session.
For Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/19/17

81. iPad Apps for the Classroom -Valley Forge Military Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Valley Forge Military Academy Teachers ONLY

Dates: 8/25/2017

Target Audience: The Valley Forge Military Academy Staff Teachers ONLY

Description: iPad Apps for the Classroom

You must be employed by Valley Forge Military Academy to attend this workshop. Preregistration is required to receive Act 48 credit. No additions will be made after registration closes. Registration deadline AUGUST 15, 2017

82. Non-Public Workshop - Foundational Skills for Literacy - St. Dorothy School Staff ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: St. Dorothy K-3 Teachers School ONLY

Dates: 8/28/2017

Target Audience: St. Dorothy School K-3 Teachers ONLY.

Description: Participants will learn about the foundational skills for literacy and how to support readers in the classroom

For Staff at St. Dorothy School only. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St. Dorothy School to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 27, 2017.

83. Non-Public Workshop - How to Become a STEM School - St. Aloysius Academy Only

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Staff at St. Aloysious Academy ONLY

Dates: 8/29/2017

Target Audience: Staff at St. Aloysius Academy Only

Description: Want to integrate STEM into your building, and you're unsure how? Meet with other STEM leaders and work with DCIU STEM staff to develop a program suited to your students and personnel. Find out about the newest STEM programs and how they integrate at the building level. This group is designed to build STEM leadership at the building level.

For St. Aloysius Academy Staff ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St. Aloysius Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/27/17

84. Non-public Workshop: Mindfullness in the Classroom - St. Cyril of Alexandria School ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: St. Cyril of Alexandria School Teachers ONLY

Dates: 8/29/2017

Target Audience: St. Cyril of Alexandria School K-8 Staff ONLY

Description: Gain awareness of mindfulness and its benefits for educators and students. Integrate the practices of mindfulness within instructional strategies in the classroom.

For St. Cyril of Alexandria School ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St. Cyril of Alexandria to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE ATTENDANCE/ACT 48 CREDIT. REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUGUST 27, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

85. Non-Public Workshop - Setting Expectations and Building Relationships - St. Andrews School Staff ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: St. Andrews School Staff ONLY

Dates: 8/29/2017

Target Audience: St. Andrews Staff ONLY

Description: Description: In this session, participants will examine various techniques to set clear/realistic expectations and build positive, respectful relationships. Research-based practices for developing expectations will be explored.


For St. Andrews School Teachers ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St. Andrews School to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 8/28/17

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

86. Non-Public Workshop - Project Based Learning Workshop -Country Day School of the Sacred Heart ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: The Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Staff ONLY

Dates: 8/29/2017 to 2/16/2018

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Target Audience: The Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Staff ONLY

Description: 8/29 will be creating your first project/problem based learning project; 11/1 and 2/16 are Project/Problem Based Learning Project - staging the problem, developing a performance task, assessment.

You must be employed by The Country Day School to attend this workshop. Preregistration is required to receive Act 48 credit. No additions will be made after registration closes. Registration Deadline: 8/25/17

87. Non-public Workshop: Trauma-Informed Classroom Practices- St. Cyril of Alexandria School ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: St. Cyril of Alexandria School Teachers ONLY

Dates: 8/29/2017

Target Audience: St. Cyril of Alexandria School Staff ONLY

Description: The Trauma-Informed Classroom provides an opportunity for educators to explore the definition and prevalence of trauma and how it can affect the social-emotional and cognitive development of the children with whom they work. We will discuss both the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study, as well as recent research on how the brain can be impacted by early negative experiences. Using both a brain-based and trauma-informed lens, we will explore strategies that educators can use when they confront challenging behaviors and practice some skill-building techniques to incorporate into the classroom.

For St. Cyril of Alexandria School ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St. Cyril of Alexandria to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE ATTENDANCE/ACT 48 CREDIT. REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUGUST 27, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

88. Non-Public Workshop: Curriculum Development- Holy Child Academy Staff ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Holy Child Academy Teachers PreK-8 and Administration ONLY

Dates: 8/29/2017 to 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Holy Child Academy Teachers PreK-8 and Administration ONLY

Description: Curriculum in the area of reading and writing will be developed. Participants will analyze and document instructional tasks across and within grade levels.

For Staff at Holy Child Academy Staff ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Holy Child Academy this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 22, 2017.

89. George Couros: The Innovator’s Mindset (AM Offering at Radnor Twp High School)

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Educators

Description: Carol Dweck’s work has focused on the ideas of “fixed” and “growth” mindset, yet educators will need to go a step further with these notions to create the learning opportunities and that our students and schools deserve. We need to focus not only what we know, but what we do with what we know. In this talk, George will discuss the idea and characteristics of “The Innovator’s Mindset” (as discussed in the book of the same title), and share powerful examples on why this is so crucial for all educators. George’s presentations are known to be emotional, humorous, all while pushing your thinking, and will definitely connect to your heart first, in a way that will last with you long after this keynote.

Credit: 3 Hours Act 48 Credit

Fee: $75 payable via Visa/Mastercard or Purchase Order.

Registration Deadline AUGUST 25, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

90. Non-Public Workshop - Responding to Misbehavior - Invited Staff ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Teachers and Administrators from the following schools: St. Andrew and St. Dorothy Schools ONLY

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Teachers and Administrators from the following schools: St. Andrew & St. Dorothy Schools Staff ONLY

Description: In this one-day follow-up to The Responsive Classroom Course for Elementary Educators you’ll discover new strategies for stopping misbehaviors respectfully and getting students back on track for learning. Specifically, you will learn how to effectively:

Identify what’s behind students’ misbehaviors
Redirect student behavior in the moment
Restructure activities to decrease misbehavior
Intervene in student conflicts
Use a variety of problem-solving strategies

You will also have an opportunity to discuss ideas with colleagues and experience Responsive Classroom strategies as an adult learner.

Prerequisite: The Responsive Classroom Course for Elementary Educators

For Teachers from the listed schools ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by one of the listed schools to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 29, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

91. Non-Public Workshop - Creating the STEM Classroom - Holy Family Regional Catholic School School Teachers ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Holy Family Regional Catholic School School Teachers ONLY

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Holy Family Regional Catholic School School Teachers ONLY

Description: The STEM overview will cover: Student-centered activities designed to engage and nurture student interest and curiosity, project and inquiry-based learning, and activities that complement the academic curriculum and incorporate the practices of the Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.

For Holy Family Regional Catholic School School Teachers ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Holy Family Regional Catholic School School To attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 25, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

92. Non-Public Workshop - CPR and First Aid - Cardinal John Foley School ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Cardinal John Foley School Staff ONLY

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Cardinal John Foley School Staff ONLY

Description: Participants will be trained in CPR and First Aid. First Aid CPR training for blocked airway; STANDARD:1.4.3.1: First aid and CPR training for staff. This training will ensure all staff members respond in providing direct care and demonstration of training in pediatric CPR skills.

RATIONALE: To ensure the health and safety of children in a child care settings, someone who is qualified to respond to life threatening emergencies must be in attendance at all times.

Cardinal John Foley School Staff ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Cardinal John Foley School to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUGUST 28, 2017

93. Non-Public Workshop - Increasing Active Student Engagement - Cardinal O'Hara High School ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Teachers Cardinal O'Hara High School Only

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Teachers Cardinal O'Hara High School Only

Description: Understand strategies to increase and maintain active student engagement within the positive classroom environment. Participants will be able to apply appropriate strategies to their own classroom.

For Teachers Cardinal O'Hara High School Only. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Cardinal O'Hara High School to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. PLEASE REGISTER BY AUGUST 23, 2017.

94. Non-Public Workshop - Trauma-informed Educational Practices - St. Laurence School ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: St. Laurence School ONLY

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: St. Laurence School ONLY

Description:

For St. Laurence School ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St. Laurence School to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 29, 2016

95. George Couros: The Innovator’s Mindset (PM Offering at Garnet Valley High School)

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/30/2017

Target Audience: Educators

Description: Carol Dweck’s work has focused on the ideas of “fixed” and “growth” mindset, yet educators will need to go a step further with these notions to create the learning opportunities and that our students and schools deserve. We need to focus not only what we know, but what we do with what we know. In this talk, George will discuss the idea and characteristics of “The Innovator’s Mindset” (as discussed in the book of the same title), and share powerful examples on why this is so crucial for all educators. George’s presentations are known to be emotional, humorous, all while pushing your thinking, and will definitely connect to your heart first, in a way that will last with you long after this keynote.

Credit: 3 Hours Act 48 Credit

Fee: $75 payable via Visa/Mastercard or Purchase Order.

Registration Deadline AUGUST 25, 2017 - YOU MUST BE PREREGISTERED TO ATTEND AND RECEIVE CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE.

96. Non-Public Workshop-Cultivating A Growth Mindset - Sacred Heart School Havertown ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Sacred Heart School Havertown Staff ONLY

Dates: 8/31/2017

Target Audience: Sacred Heart School Teachers (pre K-8) and Administrators Staff ONLY

Description: Participants will gain a deep understanding of the difference between fixed and growth mindset. Through self-reflection and interactive activities, educators will discover the benefits of a growth mindset and the positive impact it can have on students.

You must be employed by Sacred Heart School Havertown to attend this workshop. Preregistration is required to receive Act 48 credit. No additions will be made after registration closes. Registration Deadline: 8/24/2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

97. Non-public Workshop: Literacy and Differentiation Across the Curriculum -Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy Teachers ONLY

Dates: 9/5/2017

Target Audience: Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy Teachers ONLY

Description: This session looks at ways to differentiate in the secondary classroom, focusing in areas of literacy. Participants will learn strategies on varying instruction to engage learners.
For Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF 9/4/17

98. Non-Public Workshop-Math Strategies for Across K TO 8 - St Katharine of Siena Teachers ONLY

Program: Non-Public Events

Audience: St Katharine of Siena K-8 Teachers ONLY

Dates: 9/5/2017

Target Audience: St Katharine of Siena K-8 Teachers ONLY

Description: List and demonstrate the critical components of explicit instruction for students with disabilities. Apply the components of effective instructional design and delivery to teach beginning mathematical skills including counting, symbols and place value, language, basic operations, story problems, and basic facts. Apply the components of effective instructional design and delivery to remediate critical mathematical skills and concepts.
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For St Katharine of Siena K-8 Teachers ONLY. This workshop is being provided through Non-Public Schools Funding. You must be employed by St Katherine of Siena to attend this workshop.

PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE AND CREDIT RECORDING. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE OUT AS OF AUGUST 22, 2017

99. Autism in Education

Program: CPE Courses

Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with Autism

Dates: 9/6/2017 to 10/4/2017

Meeting Times: Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time, login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date

Location: ONLINE COURSE

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Audience: The course is designed for teachers K-12 in all subject areas and disciplines, for reading specialists, nurses, counselors, principals, psychologists, speech therapists, any support staff, parents or anyone interested in learning more about working with students with Autism.

PDE Course Number: 20120307
Description: This course will provide participants descriptions of disorders that fall under the autism spectrum. Participants will review the latest research in the autism field and legal aspects of having students with autism in the classroom. We will explore fostering social competence in students with autism, developing and implementing IEPs for students with autism, and how to best meet these students' needs while promoting acceptance from the other classmates. Participants will take with them practical educational and instructional strategies to implement within their classroom. Online. No textbook required.

Registration Fee(CHARGED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION): $450.00 if registered prior to 1 week before start of course, $475.00 if registering between 7 days and start of course

Credits: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credits, 90 Act 48 Hours. Counts towards Level II Certification and Master's Equivalency

Note: Graduate Credit is available for this course through Immaculata University for an additional fee of $150.00 per credit. Form will be emailed to you if you select this option. Act 48 offered through Immaculata University with this option.Immaculata University fee rates are set by the University and may be subject to change.(Non-refundable-REQUIRED FORM DUE BACK 5 DAYS PRIOR TO COURSE START)

COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.

100. QPR Training-AM

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Teachers, Nurses, Classroom Assistants, PCA's and Parents

Dates: 9/12/2017

Target Audience: Teachers, Nurses, Classroom Assistants, PCA's and Parents

Description: QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) is an evidence based "gatekeeper" training on suicide prevention.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS FOR CREDIT WILL MADE AFTER THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE DATE. REGISTRATION DEADLINE DATE SEPTEMBER 5, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING

101. QPR Training-PM

Program: Meetings and Workshops

Audience: Teachers, Nurses, Classroom Assistants, PCA's and Parents

Dates: 9/12/2017

Target Audience: Teachers, Nurses, Classroom Assistants, PCA's and Parents

Description: QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) is an evidence based "gatekeeper" training on suicide prevention.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT. NO ADDITIONS FOR CREDIT WILL MADE AFTER THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE DATE. REGISTRATION DEADLINE DATE SEPTEMBER 5, 2017

YOU MUST ARRIVE ON TIME AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE SESSION IN ORDER RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ATTENDING