Catalog: New York Partners for Technology Innovation (NYPTI

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1. Collaboration with Google Drive

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: K-12 Paraprofessionals, Teachers, Administrators in all content areas

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hour online course
Google Drive is a user-friendly and free suite of online collaborative tools that bring tremendous potential for use in the classroom. These two programs provide the ability to enhance online interaction between teachers, parents, and students. This fifteen-hour course will guide you through account set-up, document creation, research tools, and file sharing. Instructional use and collaborative use with colleagues and parents will be explored. Suitable for all subjects and grade levels.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

2. Computer Literacy

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: Administrators, Teachers grades 3-12

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hr online course
Make the most out of your available instructional technology! This session will outline the vast, credible resources provided by PBS learning media and their partner sites. Lesson plans, videos, Graphics, educational games, PBS has you covered!

We'll also delve into the wonderful world of WebQuests! A WebQuest is an inquiry oriented lesson format in which all the information that Learners work with comes from the web.

Our culminating activity will be the creation of a unit plan that incorporates your newfound technological knowledge into your existing curriculum. 15 hour online course.

Disclaimer: PBS is not affiliated with nor does it endorse this course. PBS's educational materials can be found free of charge by visiting www.pbslearningmedia.org.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

3. Cyberbullying and Internet Safety

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: Paraprofessionals, Teachers, Administrators K-12

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hour online course
Internet safety and the rise of Cyberbullying are two serious educational concerns that are affecting the school community. The goal of this course is to educate teachers on the issue of internet safety and how teachers may contribute the development of a cyber-smart student as well as promote internet safety through instruction.

The course will provide a forum for teachers to discuss the demanding challenge of protecting students from virtual bullying, internet predators. In addition, participants will review national and local cyberbullying cases, and the legislative initiatives being placed on educators in order to prevent student harm.

Devising programs and materials for their own classrooms and schools in support of their teaching will also be covered. Little or no prior computer experience is needed.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

4. Digital Creation for English Language Learners

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: Administrators, Paraprofessionals, K-12 Teachers in all content areas

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hour online course
In the 15-hour online course "Digital Creation for ELLs", participants will learn new ways to integrate technology to make engaging, summative assessments for English Language Learners. Participants will learn how to scaffold and produce exemplars of videos, websites, posters, and presentations. They will explore how these projects benefit English Language Learners by addressing the four domains of language; speaking, listening, reading, and writing. As a final product, participants will create a lesson plan with associated materials. This course is designed for participants who teach ELLs of all proficiency levels.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

5. Full STEAM Ahead: Exploring and Creating STEAM Lessons

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: Administrators, Paraprofessionals, K-12 Teachers in all content areas

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hour online class
This 15-hour online course will teach and enrich your knowledge of STEAM. During the course, you will discover what STEAM is, explore lessons, and create your own. Standards include: ELA, Math, Art, Science, Technology, and Social Studies- Appropriate for Grades K-12.

Time: 15 hours, 6 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

6. Introduction to Flipped Learning

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hr online class
Want to turn your learning space into a dynamic, interactive learning environment? In this 15-hour course, you will learn how to flip your direct instruction home, and turn your classroom into a personal, interactive space where you become conductor of your classroom.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

7. Mental Health: Helping Students with Anxiety and Depression

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: K-12 Paraprofessionals, Teachers, Administrators in all content areas

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hour online course
As mental health problems among adolescents continue to climb, schools are seeing the importance and need for mental health education. This 15-hour online course will improve your knowledge and understanding of anxiety and depression. We will dispel common myths about these disorders and learn how to identify risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

8. Technology Tools for English Language Learners

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: Administrators, Paraprofessionals, K-12 Teachers in all content areas

Dates: 5/6/2019

15 hour online course
This 15-hour online course explores ways for technology to enhance strategies for ELLs. Participants will learn pedagogically aligned "tech tools" to use in the classroom. These tools can be used with all students, not just ELLs.

Time: 15 hours, 5 weeks, asynchronous work with weekly live video synchronous sessions at day/time determined by consensus of participants.

9. Long Island's 1st Annual Computer Science and Computational Thinking Conference

Program: New York Partners for Technology Innovation

Audience: Administrators and Teachers, K-12

Dates: 7/1/2019

At this day-long conference, educators in Long Island will come together to learn about the upcoming NYS Computer Science K-12 standards and share information about best practices and best instructional resources for teaching Computer Science and Computational Thinking in three grade strands: K-5, 6-8, and 9-12.

*Keynote by Dr. Michael P. Nagler *Panel discussion on Computational Thinking *Breakout sessions designed for each grade strand *Demonstrations of new instructional resources *Hands-on Playground/Computer Science EdCamp

Participants will have the opportunity to earn 6 CTLE hours. Please request permission from your district for PD hours.

A $30.00 registration fee covers breakfast, lunch, dessert bar, and takeaways. Your registration will be complete upon receipt of your registration fee.