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1. Learn to Incorporate Sewing into your MakerSpace/Innovation Station! Closed

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers and Teaching Assistants

Dates: 5/22/2019 to 6/12/2019

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This is the perfect workshop if you've always wanted to learn how to sew or if you're facilitating a Makerspace Lab that has sewing machines. You'll walk away from this workshop with the following basic sewing skills as well as an assembled project. Threading a machine Loading a bobbin Sewing a straight line Sewing a curved seam Stitch features Pinning fabric Step-by-step instructions to assemble your project *You must attend the first class to attend the second.* All equipment and materials will be provided by the Teacher Center.

2. Google Classroom

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Audience: k-12 Educators

Dates: 5/28/2019

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Come and learn how to set up your Google Classroom. Start using this suite of productivity tools for the classroom to aid in collaboration by simplifying sharing of documents and applications. Google classroom can speed up the assignment process, provide an easy way to give effective feedback, and allow teachers to quickly view who has or has not completed an assignment. Teachers can make announcements, ask questions, and comment with students in real time

3. Green Screen for the Classroom

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Dates: 5/30/2019

This course will demonstrate the many ways a green screen can be used in the curriculum. Participants will see how easy it is to set up, create lessons and use a green screen to engage students and create dynamic lessons! Come learn how you can utilize the Green Screen for so much more than just a news broadcast! Bring projects to life and tap into students' knowledge with the use of Green Screens in the classroom!

4. Positivity Project Implementation Training

Program: Professional Development Unit

Dates: 6/6/2019

Principal Brett Woodcock will lead, and educators will learn how to implement The Positivity Project at their school. This training is designed to meet the needs of schools Pre K-12. This workshop will cost $50.00 per person.

5. Engaging and Interactive Formative Assessments

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers and Teaching Assistants

Dates: 6/6/2019

Need ways to assess your students, but don't want the paperwork? Do you need quick and engaging ways for students to demonstrate their understanding of your learning targets? Come to this workshop and find out ways to incorporate engaging and meaningful formative assessments into your classroom! Participants will walk away with several highly engaging formative tools and be able to implement them right away in their classrooms!

6. 6-8 NYS Science Learning Standards Progressions and Curriculum

Program: Professional Development Unit

Dates: 6/11/2019

This one-day professional development workshop will focus on the middle school progression and supporting curriculum to support the NYSSLS. The first part of the workshop will be focused on understanding different ways to organize the middle school NYSSLS. This will lead to a facilitated regional discussion on how various districts in the region plan to implement the standards in middle school. The second half of the workshop will focus on intensifying key aspects related to planning units aligned to the NYSSLS. Participants will examine various existing curriculum units and be exposed to a model for unit design. By the end of the day participants will understand the key principles related to the middle school progression and unit design for the NYSSLS. This work will provide a strong foundation for future NYSSLS curriculum work in district. It is recommended that each district send a representative from grade 6, 7, and 8 as well as an administrator. This workshop will be facilitated by Jessica Whisher-Hehl, Coordinator of Innovative Teaching and Learning at OCM BOCES.
6-8 Science Flyer by Megan Rohlin

7. Creating 360 Tours and expeditions using Google Tour Creator

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Dates: 6/11/2019

Participants in this course will experience and create a 360 Tour and export it into Google Expeditions or VR Platform. This course will be highly informative if you've ever wanted to explore the uses of 360 Tours in the classroom.

8. Merge Cube Exploration

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Dates: 6/12/2019

The Participants in this course will receive a Merge Cube to use in their classroom! Come to explore the apps, the VR Googles, the cubes, and lesson plans to see how this mind blowing phenomenon can be used to engage your students and enhance your lessons!

9. Anything but Vinyl

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Dates: 6/13/2019

Come to this hands on workshop to learn how teachers can use a Cricut machine, markers and construction paper to create fast projects for your classroom.

10. Building Teacher Clarity around the Next Generation ELA Standards PK-5

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers PK-5

Dates: 7/9/2019

The adoption of the Next Generation Standards in ELA and Math offers our component districts an opportunity to collectively gain a deep understanding of these standards. Teachers will collaborate with grade-level colleagues to develop clarity around the concepts and skills necessary for students to become truly college and career ready. This workshop session will be a regional launch to the Building Capacity Phase of the Next Generation Implementation Roadmap. Using the Teacher Clarity Playbook (Fisher, Frey, et al., 2019) as a guide, teachers will understand the rationale and criteria for unpacking the Next Generation Standards. Through this process, participants will create a shared document that serves as the foundation for future work.
Teacher Clarity Workshop Series by Megan Rohlin

11. Building Teacher Clarity around the Next Generation ELA Standards Grades 6-8

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers Grades 6-8

Dates: 7/10/2019

The adoption of the Next Generation Standards in ELA and Math offers our component districts an opportunity to collectively gain a deep understanding of these standards. Teachers will collaborate with grade-level colleagues to develop clarity around the concepts and skills necessary for students to become truly college and career ready. This workshop session will be a regional launch to the Building Capacity Phase of the Next Generation Implementation Roadmap. Using the Teacher Clarity Playbook (Fisher, Frey, et al., 2019) as a guide, teachers will understand the rationale and criteria for unpacking the Next Generation Standards. Through this process, participants will create a shared document that serves as the foundation for future work.
Teacher Clarity Workshop Series by Megan Rohlin

12. Building Teacher Clarity around the Next Generation ELA Standards Grades 9-12

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers Grades 9-12

Dates: 7/11/2019

The adoption of the Next Generation Standards in ELA and Math offers our component districts an opportunity to collectively gain a deep understanding of these standards. Teachers will collaborate with grade-level colleagues to develop clarity around the concepts and skills necessary for students to become truly college and career ready. This workshop session will be a regional launch to the Building Capacity Phase of the Next Generation Implementation Roadmap. Using the Teacher Clarity Playbook (Fisher, Frey, et al., 2019) as a guide, teachers will understand the rationale and criteria for unpacking the Next Generation Standards. Through this process, participants will create a shared document that serves as the foundation for future work.
Teacher Clarity Workshop Series by Megan Rohlin

13. Leadership Symposium 2.0

Program: Professional Development Unit

Dates: 7/16/2019 to 7/18/2019

The Leadership Symposium is only open to select administrators from the following school districts:
Watkins Glen, Waverly, Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, Trumansburg, Moravia, Madison, Cato-Meridian, Union Springs, and New York Mills.
Specific information regarding the Symposium will be shared directly with these districts.

14. Building Teacher Clarity around the Next Generation Math Standards Grades UPK-5

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers Grades UPK-5

Dates: 7/23/2019

The adoption of the Next Generation Standards in ELA and Math offers our component districts an opportunity to collectively gain a deep understanding of these standards. Teachers will collaborate with grade-level colleagues to develop clarity around the concepts and skills necessary for students to become truly college and career ready. This workshop session will be a regional launch to the Building Capacity Phase of the Next Generation Implementation Roadmap. Using the Teacher Clarity Playbook (Fisher, Frey, et al., 2019) as a guide, teachers will understand the rationale and criteria for unpacking the Next Generation Standards. Through this process, participants will create a shared document that serves as the foundation for future work.
Teacher Clarity Workshop Series by Megan Rohlin

15. Buzz Summer 2019 Workshop

Program: Instructional Support Services

Audience: Buzz Subscribers -- New and Current Users

Dates: 7/23/2019 to 8/6/2019

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Learning Management Systems can make an educators job much more manageable. Often educators are left wondering how to create within the system or how are other educators using the system to benefit their own districts or classrooms. This Buzz 2019 Summer Workshop is here to help. The Buzz Summer 2019 Workshop is for current AND new users of Buzz wanting to learn and create more, who need help getting started, and for those who want to be users and need initial training. If you are a NEW Buzz user, you must attend Day 1 of this workshop on July 23. If you are a CURRENT Buzz user, feel free to join on either day to build curriculum and learn additional Buzz features to enhance your curriculum. All attendees must have a subscription to Buzz through their school. This workshop is FREE to Buzz subscribers in the Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES web-based instruction CoSer as well as members of the NYS Learning Network.

16. How to learn Math

Program: Cayuga-Onondaga Teacher Center

Audience: All teachers and teaching assistants that help students learn math.

Dates: 7/23/2019 to 4/14/2020

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This course seeks to introduce and explore research-based best-practices for math classrooms through teacher discussion, reflection, and experimentation, thereby, helping students at all levels learn mathematics effectively. Teachers and teaching assistants will meet to learn new strategies, try them in the classroom and then reflect and discuss the results. What a great opportunity to meet other teachers and have a chance to discuss best practice! This course comes from Stanford University! You will receive 18 CTLE credit hours once the course ends. You must register by the deadline.

17. Building Teacher Clarity around the Next Generation Math Standards Grades 6-8

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers Grades 6-8

Dates: 7/24/2019

The adoption of the Next Generation Standards in ELA and Math offers our component districts an opportunity to collectively gain a deep understanding of these standards. Teachers will collaborate with grade-level colleagues to develop clarity around the concepts and skills necessary for students to become truly college and career ready. This workshop session will be a regional launch to the Building Capacity Phase of the Next Generation Implementation Roadmap. Using the Teacher Clarity Playbook (Fisher, Frey, et al., 2019) as a guide, teachers will understand the rationale and criteria for unpacking the Next Generation Standards. Through this process, participants will create a shared document that serves as the foundation for future work.
Teacher Clarity Workshop Series by Megan Rohlin

18. Building Teacher Clarity around the Next Generation Math Standards Grades 9-12

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers Grades 9-12

Dates: 7/25/2019

The adoption of the Next Generation Standards in ELA and Math offers our component districts an opportunity to collectively gain a deep understanding of these standards. Teachers will collaborate with grade-level colleagues to develop clarity around the concepts and skills necessary for students to become truly college and career ready. This workshop session will be a regional launch to the Building Capacity Phase of the Next Generation Implementation Roadmap. Using the Teacher Clarity Playbook (Fisher, Frey, et al., 2019) as a guide, teachers will understand the rationale and criteria for unpacking the Next Generation Standards. Through this process, participants will create a shared document that serves as the foundation for future work.
Teacher Clarity Workshop Series by Megan Rohlin

19. Mastering Mentoring

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Appointed Mentors of New Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2019

Mentors play a critical role in helping new teachers successfully navigate through the first year of teaching. In this workshop, participants will develop a sound understanding of research-based strategies that support effective Mentor/Mentee relationships. The content of the session will focus on: the role of an effective mentor, perspectives of beginning teachers, various approaches to mentoring, and skills and techniques for successful mentoring.

20. Classroom Kickoff Maker Day

Program: Instructional Support Services

Dates: 8/19/2019

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This workshop will allow teachers to come and work in the Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES Makerspace. Teachers will participate in hands-on STEAM Activities that can be used in the classroom to create a positive and collaborative learning environment. Teachers will also use the makerspace equipment to create classroom signs, hall passes, custom clipboards, posters and more using Cricut cutters, 3D printers, a laser cutter and more!

21. New Teacher Academy

Program: Professional Development Unit

Audience: Teachers who are new to the profession

Dates: 8/22/2019 to 12/17/2019

Teaching is one of the most challenging, yet rewarding careers out there. The first year in the classroom can be overwhelming. How do you design lessons that are engaging, rigorous, and student centered? How do you develop a classroom culture that motivates, encourages, and supports your diverse student needs? In a profession where things can change so quickly, what are the basics that every new teacher MUST know in order to be successful? This series of workshops will offer teachers who are new to the profession an opportunity to build a supportive network, examine best practices, and apply research-based strategies to promote student growth.
New Teacher Academy by Katie Naples