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1. IRT - Niag Wheatfield - Math 6-8 - Data Driven Instruction

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Math Teachers - Grades 6-8

Dates: 1/21/2020

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IRT - Niag Wheatfield - Math 6-8 - Data Driven Instruction

2. Lancaster 9-12 SS

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/21/2020

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Social Studies PD

3. NP Science Curriculum Work

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: 7th and 8th grade Science Teachers

Dates: 1/21/2020

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7th and 8th Grade curriculum mapping and resource finding Text book presentation by Amplify at 1:30

4. Clarence CSD: Destiny Library Manager SLMS' Planning Meeting

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Clarence CSD School Library Media Specialists

Dates: 1/21/2020

Destiny Library Manager
WNYRIC Library Automation CoSer
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Objective(s): The School Library Media Specialists will gain an understanding of the preparation and processes involved in the conversion from Mandarin to Destiny Library Manager. Topic(s): Review of the Destiny search interfaces; overview of how preparations in Mandarin will impact the Destiny conversion and of the Destiny conversion options, choices and processes. Topics will include: Registration, review of Destiny Library Manager's 2 search interfaces: Destiny Discover (both the Standard and Simplified themes) and the Back Office/Classic search interface; Recommendations from other SLMS who have converted to Destiny Library Manager from Mandarin or from other library automation systems; Updating vendor specifications; Conversion Project Review: Digital Content solutions the BOCES project will include, barcode readers; Designing Destiny: Site types, site names, etc.; Mandarin preparations overview: Catalog, Circ Groups, Patron Groups, Loan Policies, Discards, Items and Statuses that will not transfer; Catalog prep: Record merging in Destiny Library Manager, preserving needed information, managing clean up reports, dealing with special collections (eBooks, magazines, bookroom books, equipment, etc.), reviewing other catalog considerations (call number prefixes, sublocations, etc.); MARC record processing during conversion: roll-up of the MARC records from Mandarin into Destiny (Strict or Relaxed?), Data Enhancement service at Follett (Strict or Relaxed?), Standard MARC Data Conversion services, district-wide merge post-enhancement (Strict or Relaxed?); Student and staff data for Destiny via the district; authentication via Google; Single Sign-On; District privacy choices in Destiny Library Manager (Never for circ history; no districtwide patron search in Circulation); Access Levels: District-level and Site-Level access levels, establishing initial permissions; Timeline/next steps; questions and answers

5. IRT - ELA 6-8 Data Driven Instruction - Assessment & Curriculum Development

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: English Teachers - 6-8

Dates: 1/22/2020

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IRT - ELA 6-8 - DDI - Assessment & Curriculum Development

6. Grand Island Balanced Literacy

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/22/2020

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Balanced Literacy

7. WRPC SET-07 CPSE CSE Chairperson Training Day 3 CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Whether you are new to your role as a chairperson or experienced and interested in reviewing your current practices, we invite you to join us for an opportunity to network with other directors of special education, administrators, school psychologists and chairpersons as you participate in a series of informational modules that provide CPSE and CSE chairpersons with a best practices approach to the CSE and CPSE process.

Dates: 1/22/2020

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Developing a student-centered IEP that meets procedural compliance: regulatory guidelines and best practices in using a sequential process in determining FAPE; meaning of education benefit and LRE; role of the CPSE/CSE and requirement for student and parent involvement; review of all components of the IEP, continuum of services, including transition and diploma options Regulatory guidance and committee responsibilities related to the dissemination and implementation of the IEP; ensuring dissemination of the IEP; transfer students; adherence to time lines; provision of services and progress monitoring of annual goals and reporting to parents

8. Self-Care for Educators

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 1/22/2020 to 1/28/2020

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This workshop is based on the premise that when teachers are emotionally and physically well, their students benefit. Participants in this workshop will experience strategies for reducing stress and improving overall health and wellness. CTLE Hours: 6 Cost: $42 Dates/Times: Wednesday, January 22 & Thursday, January 30, 2020; 4:30 - 7:30 PM Location: Erie 1 BOCES Ed. Campus, Building B, Room B-2b Presenter: Michele Melligan

9. IRT - Niagara Wheatfield Data Driven Instruction (DDI) - Science 6-8

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Science Teachers - 6-8

Dates: 1/23/2020

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IRT - NW DDI - Science 6-8

10. Alden Elementary Social Studies Gr. 4

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Intermediate Teachers Alden

Dates: 1/23/2020

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Inquiry Planning

11. Frontier 6th Grade Science AM

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/23/2020

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Review Amplify in-depth and continue to write lessons that are aligned to new standards

12. Grand Island Grade 6 ELA mapping

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/23/2020

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Mapping

13. Frontier 7th and 8th Grade Science

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/23/2020

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Review Amplify in-depth and continue to write lessons aligned to new standards

14. Productive Play in the K-12 Classroom

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 1/23/2020

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Participants in this active and interactive workshop will experience activities and games that are designed to teach students Social-Emotional skills that help them: 1) Understand themselves and others 2) Develop empathy 3) See how their behavior impacts others 4) Restrain impulses 5) Self-Regulate 6) Build relationships CTLE hours: 3 Cost: $21 Date/Time: January 23, 2020; 3:30 to 6:30 Location: Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, Building A, Room A-1 Instructor: Jon Erwin

15. Sweet Home Gr 11 SS

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/24/2020

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US History

16. IRT - Niagara Wheatfield Data Driven Instruction (DDI) - Social Studies 6-8

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/24/2020

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IRT - NW DDI - Social Studies 6-8

17. Newfane CSD: Destiny Library Manager SLMS' Planning Meeting

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Newfane CSD School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 1/24/2020

Destiny Library Manager
WNYRIC Library Automation CoSer
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Objective(s): The School Library Media Specialist will gain an understanding of the preparation and processes involved in the conversion from Mandarin to Destiny Library Manager. Topic(s): Review of the Destiny search interfaces; overview of how preparations in Mandarin will impact the Destiny conversion and of the Destiny conversion options, choices and processes. Topics will include: Registration, review of Destiny Library Manager's 2 search interfaces: Destiny Discover (both the Standard and Simplified themes) and the Back Office/Classic search interface; Recommendations from other SLMS who have converted to Destiny Library Manager from Mandarin or from other library automation systems; Updating vendor specifications; Conversion Project Review: Review of items that the BOCES project for Destiny will include, review of barcode readers (current and via project); Designing Destiny: Site types, site names, etc.; Mandarin preparations overview: Catalog, Circ Groups, Patron Groups, Loan Policies, Discards, Items and Statuses that will not transfer; Catalog prep: Record merging in Destiny Library Manager, preserving needed information, managing clean up reports, dealing with special collections (eBooks, magazines, bookroom books, equipment, etc.), reviewing other catalog considerations (call number prefixes, sublocations, etc.); MARC record processing during conversion: roll-up of the MARC records from Mandarin into Destiny (Strict or Relaxed?), Data Enhancement service at Follett (Strict or Relaxed?), Standard MARC Data Conversion services, district-wide merge post-enhancement (Strict or Relaxed?); Student and staff data for Destiny via the district; authentication via Active Directory, Google Single Sign-On, or o365 Single Sign-On; Access Levels: District-level and Site-Level access levels, establishing initial permissions; Timeline/next steps; questions and answers

18. IRT- Reducing the frequency of escalating negative behaviors in the Classroom

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Niagara Wheatfield Colonial Village Classroom Aides

Dates: 1/24/2020

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Participants will learn: The function of behavior, potential triggers that can escalate negative behaviors, the different phases of escalation, and de-escalation strategies.

19. IRT #766 Phonics First® Workshop B for 5 days

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: Teacher K-5; Special Education and Resources Teachers

Dates: 1/27/2020 to 1/31/2020

Reg ends 1/15/20
Cancel By 1/16/20
$225 fee registering on/after 1/16/20
Title IIA Not Covered
Please note: Workshop B is for 5 days. If you want 3 days, you must register under IRT #766 Phonics First® Workshop A for 3 days.
Reading and Language Arts Centers, Inc. (RLAC) delivers a customized Phonics First® Professional Development Proposal. Our Phonics First® programs are accredited through both the IDA (International Dyslexia Association) under their Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading and through IMSLEC (International Multi-sensory Structured Language Education Council) at their Teaching Level and Instructor of Teaching Level. Phonics First® is:

• A comprehensive Professional Development course

• A strategy-driven, multi-sensory approach for teaching phonics (decoding and encoding)

• A supplemental reading intervention program for classrooms and resource rooms

• Appropriate for beginning readers; LD, dyslexic, ADD, ELL and other struggling readers.
Workshop B - Phonics First® Foundations Level 1, 30 hours, K-3 classroom teachers; K-5 resource & special education teachers.

Workshop B: Jan 27 to Jan 31,2020. Costs for Workshop B:- $1,150/per participant includes the basic starter kit.Billing codes for Workshop: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $1,265/per participant.

Please note that Title II A is not covered for this event.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/16/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.
If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Due to the ordering of materials, for registering on or after 1/16/20, you will incur a $25 fee.

20. IRT# 755 C: WNY Invention Convention Educator's Workshop - Date 3: 1-27-20

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: K-8 Teachers

Dates: 1/27/2020

Title IIA Not Covered
Reg ends 1/23/20
Cancel By 1/24/20
Location Buffalo Science Museum
Please note that Sign In starts at 8:00 am. The event starts promptly at 8:30 am.
Bring the power of inventive education, creative thinking, and problem-solving to your K-8 classroom with an engaging Educator's Workshop! Western New York Invention Convention provides a global invention education program that activates STEM+Invention+Entrepreneurship (STEMIE).

Workshop Highlights:Enable Students to become better learners and creative problem-solvers. Resources including Student Invention Log and Creativity Tools will be provided. Learn how to plan and implement an Invention Event in a classroom, school, district, Scout program, or at home. Learn how WNY Invention Convention can support the educators who teach these materials.

This will provide an engaging curriculum and will also prepare your students for the WNY Invention Convention at the Buffalo Museum of Science on May 3rd, 2020.

There are two attachments under the Team Room/Activity Resources section of this page.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/24/20 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Costs: $169/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02.
Title II A is NOT covered.
Creative Scheduling Workshop for Middle and High School Presented by Elliot Y. Merenbloom (additional day added due to high demand)

22. WNYRIC Online Academy: Blogging for Educators

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 1/27/2020

Class Opens 1 27 20
Class Ends 2 10 20
Worth 6 PD Hours
This workshop will provide teachers with the rationale behind blogging and how to get started by creating a classroom blog and/ or a Professional Learning Blog. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 1/27/20 - 2/10/20. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 6 PD Hours.

23. WNYRIC Online Academy: Tools for Flipping Lessons with Google

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 1/27/2020

Class Opens 1 27 20
Class Ends 2 14 20
Worth 3 PD Hours
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Are you interested in flipping your classroom? Perhaps flipping a few lessons? This course will cover resources that teachers can use with their Google G Suite domain to create video lessons, share those lessons with students, and track student progress to inform classroom instruction.

NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 1/27/20 - 2/14/20. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 3 PD Hours.

NOTE: Shortly before the course begins, you will receive information about logging in to our online course platform at http://wnyric.desire2learn.com.

NOTE: This course is free for WNYRIC school districts participating in the WNYRIC Online Academy. If your school does not participate, please contact Mary Kovach at mkovach@e1b.org for payment options.

24. WNYRIC Online Academy: Tools for Flipping Lessons with Office 365

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers with district-based Office 365 accounts

Dates: 1/27/2020

Class Opens 1 27 20
Class Ends 2 14 20
Worth 3 PD Hours
New
Are you interested in flipping your classroom? Perhaps flipping a few lessons? This course will cover resources that teachers can use with their Office 365 district domain to create video lessons, share those lessons with students, and track student progress to inform classroom instruction.

NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 1/27/20 - 2/14/20. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 3 PD Hours.

NOTE: Shortly before the course begins, you will receive information about logging in to our online course platform at http://wnyric.desire2learn.com.

NOTE: This course is free for WNYRIC school districts participating in the WNYRIC Online Academy. If your school does not participate, please contact Mary Kovach at mkovach@e1b.org for payment options.

25. RBE-RN Chautauqua County ENL Teacher Forum

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: Chautauqua County ENL Teachers

Dates: 1/27/2020

Registration deadline Jan 22nd
Session 3 of 5
Offsite location
Participants will engage in collaborative discussion to help them support English language learners at Chautauqua County school districts. A variety of topics will be discussed.
Fredonia Middle School Room 522

26. Google Extensions for Students with Special Learning Needs - Winter 2020

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 1/27/2020

Google extensions are tools that work with your Chrome Browser to provide additional features and functionality. This course will introduce you to a variety of different Google extensions that will help students with reading comprehension, focus and attention, and organization. Anticipated audience: K-12 Teachers CTLE Hours: 10 Cost: $70 Dates/Time: January 27 - February 9, 2020; Any time Location: online Instructor: Mark Hanes

27. IRT - Data Driven Instruction (DDI) - Earth Science

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Earth Science Teachers

Dates: 1/28/2020

New
IRT - DDI - Earth Science - Mid-term Analysis & Curriculum Development

28. Focusing Learning through Standards and Can-Do Statements - ONLY Pre-approved participants

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: Western Region CLOSED workshop ONLY pre-approved participants

Dates: 1/28/2020

CLOSED workshop
ONLY preapproved particiipants
Registration closed Jan 24th
How can we be as effective as possible in planning for language learning? The World-Readiness Standards answer the "what" of language learning, balancing the development of Communication with the meaningful exploration of Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities. What really counts to move along the proficiency continuum? Unpack the major levels of proficiency by closely examining the NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements organized by the three Modes of Communication and Intercultural Communication to fill in the "how well" to guide learners forward. Use the lens of Standards and Can-Do Statements to analyze key shifts for learners and educators.

29. Social Studies Item Mapping Workshop

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Audience: Certified Social Studies Teachers, teachers of Global and/or US History

Dates: 1/28/2020

New
Join other Social Studies teachers in mapping the January Regents Global (Transition and NF) and the US History Exams to the New York State Learning Standards. This workshop will offer participants guidance on how to complete the process, as well as time to collaborate with other teachers and complete the mapping survey. Item mapping can be completed during this time, or can be finished outside the workshop if more time is needed. For more information about Item Mapping, visit http://dwdataview.wnyric.org/item-mapping/ 3 CTLE hours will be granted upon completion of an Item Mapping Survey Item mapping may be completed without workshop attendance.

30. WRPC LIT-02 Explicit Instruction Workshop Day 1 and Day 2 CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: General Education Teacher, Special Education Teachers, Literacy Specialists, School Psychologists, and Principals

Dates: 1/28/2020 to 2/10/2020

How do you strive to increase student engagement in your classroom? Do you want effective, evidence-based strategies that increase engagement, decrease problem behavior and enhance academic performance? This NEW two-day foundational professional development series will provide Pre-K through 12th grade general and special education teachers an understanding of explicit instruction and Explicit Direct Instruction. Participants will explore instructional strategies and practice developing an Explicit Direct Instruction lesson plan. Learning outcomes include: Participants will be able to identify and name the core components of explicit instruction Participants will be able to identify and name the elements of EDI Participants will be able to describe what EDI practices look like in a classroom Participants be able to plan an EDI lesson using concepts and skills learned during this training "½½ Participants will need to bring a tablet or laptop computer.

31. WRPC TRAN-17 Transition Support Group CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: All are welcome; participants include Special Education Teachers, CSE Chairpersons, Transition Coordinators, School Psychologists, School Counselors, Rehabilitation Counselors, Medicaid Service Coordinators, agency providers, and parents.

Dates: 1/28/2020

This group serves the Cattaraugus & Allegany County region. Meetings are generally held the fourth Tuesday of the month at the BOCES Center in Olean unless otherwise noted. Registration is not required. Topics are subject to change. Information & resources are shared on the Transition Source website. Contact Cheri Frame Cheri_Frame@caboces.org for more information and to be added to the Transition Source group. This meeting is usually followed by a transition-related workshop (separate registration required to attend workshop)

32. Regents Math Item Mapping Workshop

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Audience: Certified Math Teachers, teachers of Algebra I, Algebra II, or Geometry

Dates: 1/28/2020

New
Join other Math teachers in mapping the January Regents Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry Exams to the New York State Learning Standards. This workshop will offer participants guidance on how to complete the process, as well as time to collaborate with other teachers and complete the mapping survey. Item mapping can be completed during this time, or can be finished outside the workshop if more time is needed. You can map one, two, or all three of the Math exams. For more information about Item Mapping, visit http://dwdataview.wnyric.org/item-mapping/ 3 CTLE hours will be granted upon completion of an Item Mapping Survey. Item mapping may be completed without workshop attendance.

33. IRT - Data Driven Instruction - U.S. History

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: U.S. History Teachers

Dates: 1/29/2020

New
IRT - DDI - US History

34. ADM 20-08 E -- Human Resources Series 4 of 4 only. Disabled, Sick or Injured Employees.

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: New and aspiring administrators with a role and/or interest in Personnel and Human Resources.

Dates: 1/29/2020

Title IIA Not Covered
Reg ends 1/24/20
Cancel By 1/27/20
Charters Are $138 PP
Dan D'Amico, Erie 1 BOCES Labor Relations, will be providing a professional development series on foundational Human Resources topics. Dan will review regulation, law, and best practices. Recommended participants are new and aspiring administrators with a role and/or interest in Personnel and Human Resources.

Session 4 of 4




• ADM 20-08 E - January 29, 2020: Human Resources Series: Disabled, Sick or Injured Employees.

This is a series of 4. You may register for ADM 20-08 A (Please go to this event# to register) for all 4 events at the costs of $400 PP (Charters are $440 PP)

OR

You may choose to register for individual sessions at $125 PP for each session. (Charters are $138 PP). Those are listed individually in MLP under ADM 20-08 B, C, D, OR E.

Cancellation Policy: You must cancel at least 2 Full Business Days ahead of an event in order to avoid being billed the full amount. Cancellations for this event are required by 1/27/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

35. WRPC SET-08 CPSE CSE Chairperson Training Day 4 CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Whether you are new to your role as a chairperson or experienced and interested in reviewing your current practices, we invite you to join us for an opportunity to network with other directors of special education, administrators, school psychologists and chairpersons as you participate in a series of informational modules that provide CPSE and CSE chairpersons with a best practices approach to the CSE and CPSE process.

Dates: 1/29/2020

CPSE procedures and responsibilities that differ from CSE: transition - early intervention to CPSE/CPSE to CSE; evaluation procedures; eligibility criteria; continuum of services; adherence to required time lines; parent education and involvement is vital; SPP data and entry/exit assessment forms

36. Regents Science Item Mapping Workshop

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Audience: Certified Science Teachers, teachers of Earth Science, Living Environment, or Chemistry

Dates: 1/29/2020

New
Join other Science teachers in mapping the January Regents Earth Science, Living Environment, and Chemistry Exams to the New York State Learning Standards. This workshop will offer participants guidance on how to complete the process, as well as time to collaborate with other teachers and complete the mapping survey. Item mapping can be completed during this time, or can be finished outside the workshop if more time is needed. You can map one, two, or all three of the Science exams. For more information about Item Mapping, visit http://dwdataview.wnyric.org/item-mapping/ 3 CTLE hours will be granted upon completion of an Item Mapping Survey. Item mapping may be completed without workshop attendance.

37. WRPC LIT-01 Explicit Instruction Workshop Day 1 and Day 2 CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: General Education Teacher, Special Education Teachers, Literacy Specialists, School Psychologists, and Principals

Dates: 1/29/2020 to 2/13/2020

Wait List
How do you strive to increase student engagement in your classroom? Do you want effective, evidence-based strategies that increase engagement, decrease problem behavior and enhance academic performance? This NEW two-day foundational professional development series will provide Pre-K through 12th grade general and special education teachers an understanding of explicit instruction and Explicit Direct Instruction. Participants will explore instructional strategies and practice developing an Explicit Direct Instruction lesson plan. Learning outcomes include: Participants will be able to identify and name the core components of explicit instruction Participants will be able to identify and name the elements of EDI Participants will be able to describe what EDI practices look like in a classroom Participants be able to plan an EDI lesson using concepts and skills learned during this training Participants will need to bring a tablet or laptop computer.

38. RBE-RN Academic Conversations for ELLs: Building Ideas through Classroom Conversations

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: Educators of ELLs

Dates: 1/29/2020

registration deadline Jan 27th
A series that continues the learning and application from our October 2019 One Day Mini Area Conference (ODMAC) with Jeff Zwiers on authentic and academic conversations to amplify language development of English Language Learners.
This session will reference chapter 2: Building Ideas from Jeff Zwiers' Next Steps with Academic Conversations: New Ideas for Improving Learning with Classroom Talk to discuss the skills of building, clarifying and supporting ideas in classrooms, with a focus on supporting MLL students. We will also try out some activities for elementary and secondary level classes, and give time to explore additional online resources.

39. Collaborative Teaching-AM

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/30/2020

Teachers will attend a collaborative teaching training to enhance their partnerships.

40. IRT - Niag Wheatfield - Data Driven Instruction - Living Environment

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/30/2020

New
IRT - NW - DDI - Living Environment

41. Collaborative Teaching-PM

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/30/2020

Teachers will attend a collaborative teaching training to enhance their partnerships.

42. Canisteo-Greenwood 5th Grade

Program: CSLO/Model Schools

Dates: 1/31/2020

New
Microsoft OneNote and Forms

43. Collaborative Teaching-AM

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/31/2020

Teachers will attend a collaborative teaching training to enhance their partnerships.

44. DASA Training Tonawanda

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/31/2020

New
Overview of DASA and Coordinator responsibility

45. IRT - English - Vertical Alignment PD

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 ELA

Dates: 1/31/2020

New
IRT - English Vertical Alignment PD

46. PowerScheduler Phase I Workshop - January 31, 2020 @ Randolph CSD - High School Room 230

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Audience: Secondary Schedulers Who Work in PowerScheduler

Dates: 1/31/2020

The scheduling workshop is designed to help districts with the scheduling process. In the workshop we will be creating the new year and setting up the scenario so student requests can be entered. In addition we will work with you to answer any scheduling questions that you may have, as well as, help you with creating courses and sections, set up constraints, etc.

47. Canisteo-Greenwood Class Teams

Program: CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: 114

Dates: 1/31/2020

New
Using Microsoft Classroom Teams in secondary

48. Collaborative Teaching-PM

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/31/2020

Teachers will attend a collaborative teaching training to enhance their partnerships.

49. IRT 775 Transformative Teaching: Making Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education Real in the Classroom

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: K-12 Educators

Dates: 2/3/2020 to 2/26/2020

Title IIA Not Covered
Reg ends 1/28/20
Cancel By 1/29/20
Over the course of two sessions, educators will explore how culturally relevant and sustaining pedagogies help to foster learning engagement and student empowerment, while supporting equity, cultural pluralism, and social justice in our classrooms. At the center of our collective work is the development and use of critical inquiry projects, academically based, student-led investigations that leverage the lived experiences of students as they examine how their social realities are linked to curricular outcomes.

All participating teachers and their students will have the opportunity to present their work at our 2020 Youth Conference, to be held in May or early June (location and date TBD). This professional learning series and culminating youth conference is open to all WNY K-12 Educators!

The series will be co-facilitated by Dr. Jevon D. Hunter, SUNY Buffalo State and Jessica Karnes, Erie 1 BOCES.

Costs: $350/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $385/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/29/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Please note that Title II A is not covered for this event.

50. Western Regional World Language Standards Meeting #6 - ONLY Pre-approved participants

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: Western Region CLOSED workshop ONLY pre-approved participants

Dates: 2/3/2020

CLOSED workshop
ONLY preapproved particiipants
Registration closed Jan 30th
The Regional World Language Standards Review Committees are working with the OBEWL and the World Language Leadership Team to plan and implement the World Language Standards Revision Process. Their end product will be a set of recommended revised standards for World Languages to be submitted to the Board of Regents for consideration and adoption.
Participants in this book study will learn: 1) Ways to help students who are sitting in their classroomst who refuse to do their classwork and/or are behavior problems. 2) Effective alternatives to traditional consequences and punishment. 2) A conferencing protocol - the "CPS" mode - and will be able to use it with their most difficult students successfully. CTLE Hours - 10 Cost - $70 Dates: February 3 - 21.2020 Location: Online Instructor: Anne Kent Kwasniewski

52. Google Forms Exploration (Spring)

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers, K-12

Dates: 2/3/2020

One of my favorite Google products is Google Forms. If you're unfamiliar with this, think of it as a way to create quick surveys and assessments that can be used for a number of applications. With the help of Google, data is easily imported into a Google Spreadsheet, making forms a great way to quickly collect, grade and share information. During this 6 hour online workshop, learn how easy it is to use Google Forms in every classroom. We will take a look and explore some of the many add-ons that Google Forms has to offer including Pictographer, Choice Eliminator and equatio--great for math teachers. Dates: August 14 - 28, 2019

53. Hamburg Biology AM

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 2/4/2020

New
Review of NYSSLS and best practices to help with the shifts in instruction to align with the new science standards.

54. IRT - Data Driven Instruction - Algebra I

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Algebra I Teachers

Dates: 2/4/2020

New
IRT - DDI - Algebra I

55. eSchoolData Middle School Scheduling Workshop

Program: WNYRIC eSchoolData

Audience: Schedulers - Middle School

Dates: 2/4/2020

eSchoolData Middle School Scheduling Workshop

56. Hamburg Earth Science PM

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 2/4/2020

New
Review of NYSSLS and best practices to help with the shifts in instruction to align with the new science standards.

57. F&L Workshop: Tuition and Health Services Billing

Program: Management Services

Audience: School Business Officials, District Treasurers, District Accountants & Business Office Staff

Dates: 2/4/2020

Aimee Skiff, President and CEO of Management Advisory Group (MAG) will present on Tuition and Health Services Billing for School Districts. Topics include Foster Student Billing, Homeless Student Billing, Non-Resident Billing and Health Services Billing. Pricing Structure: F&L Advisory Committee Members: FREE Central Business Office Clients: FREE F&L Level 2 Members: FREE Mentor Program Participants: FREE F&L Level 1 Members: $25 Non-Members: $200

58. ADM 20-10 Introduction to Effective Leadership: Preparing Future School Leaders.

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: Invited Leadership Candidates

Dates: 2/4/2020 to 3/28/2020

Cancel By 1/30/20
Register By Invitation Only
7 Day Event
Overview: The 19 component school districts of Erie 1 BOCES, in collaboration with four local higher education institutions (UB, Buffalo State, Canisius,and St. Bonaventure), would like Superintendents to select an educator from their school district who demonstrates the potential for educational leadership, and who is not currently enrolled in a school leadership program, to join us for Cohort #3 of Introduction to Effective School Leadership.

Fellows will be given the opportunities of learning,collaborating, networking, and gaining insight to what it means to be a leader in today's schools.

Sessions will be facilitated by Erie 1 BOCES Superintendents.

Goals of the Program

• Identify and encourage educators who have demonstrated strong leadership qualities.

• Provide a learning experience with support and mentoring from established administrators.

Costs: Erie 1 Component Districts are covered through the Consortium.
$1,600 for Districts outside of Erie 1 BOCES.
Billing Code: 537.009.02 All billing will go through Erie 1 BOCES.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/30/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

59. IRT - Niag Wheatfield - Chem / Physics - Data Driven Instruction

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Chem / Physics Teachers

Dates: 2/5/2020

New
IRT - NW - Chem / Physics - DDI

60. CSLO TIF (North) February Meeting

Program: CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: Technology Integrators, Coaches, Teachers

Dates: 2/5/2020

The Technology Integrator's Forum Meetings are designed to give WNY Educators a place to showcase, collaborate, and learn about best practices in educational technology.

61. Exploring Group Deviance - Winter 2020

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 2/5/2020 to 2/6/2020

What kinds of problems with cliques and social groups, have you seen in your school? What about when you were in school? These entities have been an issue for society, and school environments for a long time. This class will cover school social dynamics of groups and cliques, cover how and why they form, help you understand the power of "The Group," and discuss some strategies to help students avoid "Group Mentality."

62. IRT - Niag Wheatfield - Global II - Data Driven Instruction

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: Global II Teachers

Dates: 2/6/2020

New
IRT - NW - Global II - DDI

63. PowerScheduler Phase I Workshop - February 6, 2020 @ E1B Education Campus

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Audience: Secondary Schedulers Who Work in PowerScheduler

Dates: 2/6/2020

Wait List
The scheduling workshop is designed to help districts with the scheduling process. In the workshop we will be creating the new year and setting up the scenario so student requests can be entered. In addition we will work with you to answer any scheduling questions that you may have, as well as, help you with creating courses and sections, set up constraints, etc.

64. ADM 20-06 Secondary Level: Addressing the Needs of Special Education Students in Your School

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: For those who would like to attend the 2019-2020 Administrator Series

Dates: 2/6/2020

Reg ends 2/3/20
Cancel By 2/4/20
Secondary Level is PM Session
Charters Are $220 PP
Secondary Level will be held from 12:15 pm to 3:15 pm.

This series will provide training that will be aligned to best practice and meet the requirements of state regulation, section 30-3.10. Each session will include an overview of educational research, modeling/demonstration of best practice, and calibration activities addressing inter-rater-reliability. This training will meet the criteria outlined in 3012d and the Commissioner's Regulations for Lead Evaluators.

Sue Locke Scott and the team from the Regional Partnership Center will provide information and "look-fors" to help support your Special Education classrooms. Administrators will be provided with tools, strategies, and resources to address the needs of all students.

Cancellation Policy: You must cancel at least 2 Full Business Days ahead of an event in order to avoid being billed the full amount. Cancellations for this event are required by 2/4/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

***There are (10) free spots for Title II Schools.***
COST: For Admin Base Participants:
$600 per (4) participants,
$2,450 per (5-10) participants,
$3,800 per (10+ participants).
*** Non- Base Participants: $200 per participant. ***
Charter Schools: $220 per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

65. WRPC TRAN-41 Southern Tier Transition Committee CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: SET, GET, Administrators, Transition Coordinators, SC, SW, Psychologist, Agency Reps

Dates: 2/7/2020

This group meets monthly in a variety of locations across the region. Meetings generally occur on the first Friday of the month unless otherwise indicated. Check My Learning Plan website for meeting Location and direction. Registration not required but suggested so we will have enough materials on any topics being presented.

66. eSchoolData High School Scheduling Workshop

Program: WNYRIC eSchoolData

Audience: High School Counselors and/or Schedulers

Dates: 2/10/2020

eSchoolData High School Scheduling Workshop

67. Students Who Refuse to Do Work

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 2/10/2020

Teachers frequently complain about students "who refuse to do anything." This couse will provide a research-based approach to dealing with these students. Participants will learn specific strategies they can use to encourage all students to become productive members of the classroom. CTLE Hours: 3 Cost $21 Dates/Time: February 10, 2020; 4:00 to 7:00 PM Location Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, Building B, Room B-2b Instructor: Jonathan Gatto

68. IRT - Niag Wheatfield - Data Driven Instruction - Global I

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 2/11/2020

New
IRT - NW - DDI - Global I

69. eSchoolData High School Schedule Builder Workshop

Program: WNYRIC eSchoolData

Audience: High School Counselors and/or Schedulers interested in eSD Schedule Builder Feature

Dates: 2/11/2020

eSchoolData High School Schedule Builder Workshop

70. Stress & 101 Ways to Deal With It - Winter 2020

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 2/11/2020

Stress is endemic in our society. While some stress is necessary to motivate us to work, learn, and improve, DIStress can be harmful to both out mind and body. This workshop examines the harmful effects of stress, and provides literally dozens of ways to reduce it's effects.

71. GS #738 Thomas Murray: Future Ready Schools

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 2/12/2020

Reg ends 1/28/20
Cancel By 1/29/20
Charters $165.00 PP
"With all that we know about how students learn, the nature of the world they will face after graduation, and the education inequities that have existed for centuries, maintaining a traditional, one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and learning is tantamount to instructional malpractice." (Learning Transformed)

Tom serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education, located in Washington, D.C. Prior to moving to his role in D.C., Murray's experiences in K-12 digital leadership, which included implementing a 1:1 program, BYOD, blended learning, and a K-12 cyber school, where he served as the director of technology and cyber education for the Quakertown Community School District in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, were recognized nationally. A former school principal and teacher, Murray is passionate about creating cultures of innovation where teachers are empowered to create the types of learning experiences today's modern learners need to thrive in their future. An ASCD best-selling author, Murray serves as a regular conference keynote, was named the "2018 National/Global EdTech Leader of the Year," by EdTech Digest, the "2017 Education Thought Leader of the Year," one of "20 to Watch" by NSBA in 2016, and the "Education Policy Person of the Year" by the Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2015. His best-selling book, Learning Transformed, co-authored with Eric Sheninger, was released in June 2017.

Lunch is included with this workshop

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/29/2020 by 9 am in order to avoid being billed the full amount. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

Costs: $150/per participant. GS Billing Code: 535.010.02

Please note costs for Charters: $165/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee.

72. IRT - Niagara Wheatfield - Geometry - Data Driven Instruction

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 2/12/2020

New
IRT - NW - Geo - DDI

73. WNY Consortium for Student Empowerment Through Innovation (CSETI) February

Program: CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: K-12 teachers and admins

Dates: 2/12/2020

CSETI is a community of educational professionals working together to collaborate on ideas, problem-solve, share resources and support each other to expand the student empowerment movement. Our vision is to create a setting that empowers students to cultivate leadership and 21st Century Skills in order to positively impact the world.

74. RBE-RN Bilingual Education Focus Group - Book Study

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: Bilingual Spanish-speaking teachers and administrators

Dates: 2/12/2020

registration deadline feb 6th
session 4 of 5
*Offsite location TBD*
Session 4 of 5:
This session will identify strategies to use in the bilingual education classroom.
*Offsite location TBD*

75. IRT - Niagara Wheatfield - Algebra II -Data Driven Instruction

Program: In-District Professional Development

Dates: 2/13/2020

New
IRT - NW - Algebra II - DDI

76. IRT - DAP Cleve Hill HS English 9-12

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: English Teachers - 9-12

Dates: 2/14/2020

New
IRT - DAP Cleve Hill HS English 9-12

77. WRPC TRAN-19 DDAWNY Meeting CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: SET, GET, Administrators, Transition Coordinators, SC, SW, Psychologist, Agency Reps

Dates: 2/14/2020

This group meets monthly in Erie County at Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus this year. Topics are subject to change. Registration is not required but suggested so that we will have enough materials for topics Any questions , contact Tonia Weichmann at tlw@parentnetworkwnyu.org or Pam Cronyn at pcronyn@heritagecenters.org

78. Cellphones, Tablets, and Chromebooks in the Classroom

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All teachers

Dates: 2/18/2020

Are you getting frustrated with students texting in class and using their cell phones rather than paying attention? It is time to embrace this technology as an instructional tool rather than an instructional foe. This online course will guide participants in designing instructional materials that effectively use cell phones, tablets, and Chromebooks.. Participants will learn how to use web based tools such as Polleverywhere, Socrative, and Quizlet to create quizzes, review games, interactive polls and discussions that engage students' attention while using their own cell phones for constructive activities. Further, participants will learn how to create teacher and student podcasts and vodcasts (audio and video recordings) for various projects. Finally, participants will learn how to create and scan QR codes that bring traditional learning materials (worksheets, books, etc.) into a more engaging digital atmosphere with student cell phones. CTLE Hours: 10 Cost: $70 Dates: February 18-28, 2020 Location: Online Instructor: Dr. Ron Kotlik

79. Dignity for All Students Certification Training (DASA)

Program: Dignity for All Students (DASA)

Audience: Educators, Coaches

Dates: 2/22/2020

Registration Ends Feb 19, 2019
Cost 60
This is designed to increase the participants knowledge of the, skills, abilities and responsibilities as related to the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). Successful completion of this course will meet the certification requirements in 14(5) of Chapter 102 of the Laws of 2012. The training will address the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination, marginalization and micro aggressions, including but not limited to those acts based on a person's actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex as defined in 11-Definitions. The training will address issues from a proactive - rather than a reactive- position and present the "goal"as creating an affirming educational environment for all students through addressing school culture and climate.

***Cost: $60/person Make checks/money orders payable to "Erie 1 BOCES"***
**Please put the date and workshop name on the check/money order**
*Checks/money orders should be mailed prior to training*
Erie 1 BOCES School Support Services 355 Harlem Rd West Seneca NY 14224 Attn: Dawn Novak

80. IRT - Niagara Wheatfield - English 9 & 10 - Data Driven Instruction

Program: In-District Professional Development

Audience: English 9 & 10 Teachers

Dates: 2/25/2020

New
IRT - NW - ELA 9 & 10 - DDI

81. "Don't take the bait - Hesitate!" with Attorney Stephanie Adams

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: School Library Media Specialists and Administrators

Dates: 2/25/2020

Closed
As it gets easier to copy and share information, educators and support staff are hit with increasing amounts of regulation and policy governing copies and privacy. At the same time, the work environment gets fasterpaced. Join us for an accessible presentation and discussion of every-day practices to resist the urge to "just do it," when it comes to making copies and sharing private information. Organized in two sections ("Copyright for Educators" and "Privacy for Educators"), this session will cover in-depth: Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus 355 Harlem Road - Room B2a-B2b There is no charge, courtesy of WNYLRC and the School Library Systems of the region.

82. WRPC BEH- 01 Classroom Procedures for Elementary School CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: : Education professionals including general education teachers, special education teachers, paraprofessionals, and/or instructional coaches

Dates: 2/25/2020 to 3/11/2020

This 2-day Foundational Training is designed for elementary educators who would like an introduction to positive behavior support and classroom management strategies. These Universal/Tier 1 strategies include arranging the physical environment; defining, teaching, and acknowledging expectations, rules, procedures and routines; active supervision; response strategies for appropriate and inappropriate behavior; student engagement and opportunities to respond. This PD is primarily designed for early career educators and may benefit veteran educators who are looking to refresh their knowledge in this topic area. Both days are required. Learning outcomes include:




• Learn the basic foundations of classroom management




• Explore and discover proactive strategies to integrate into their classroom management approach




• Plan and develop classroom management tools to use with students

83. IRT#767 Compeer Mental Health First Aid Training (Principals & Assistant Principals only)

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: *****This is for Principals and Assistant Principals Only*****

Dates: 2/26/2020

Title IIA Not Covered
Reg ends 2/21/20
Cancel By 2/24/20
Principals & Assistant Principals only
*****This is for Principals and Assistant Principals Only*****
Youth Mental Health First Aid USA, which is an 6.5 hour public education certification program which introduces participants to the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention, and teaches individuals how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge. Mental Health First Aid uses role- playing and simulations to demonstrate how to assess a mental health crisis; select interventions and provide initial help; and connect young people to professional, peer, social, and self-help care.

The course teaches participants the risk factors and warning signs of a variety of mental health challenges common among adolescents, including anxiety, depression, psychosis, eating disorders, AD/HD, disruptive behavior disorders, and substance use disorder. Participants do not learn to diagnose, nor how to provide any therapy or counseling - rather, participants learn to support a youth developing signs and symptoms of a mental illness or in an emotional crisis by applying a core five-step action plan.

Costs: $165/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $182/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/24/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Please note that Title II A is not covered for this event

84. WNYRIC Online Academy: Microsoft Office in the Cloud

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers with Office 365 School Accounts

Dates: 2/26/2020

Class Opens 2 26 20
Class Ends 3 25 20
Worth 4 PD Hours
This course will review the core features of the O365 education domain, as they relate to the online apps and cloud environment. Emphasis will be on how teachers and students can share resources, complete assignments, and collaborate online through O365. Participants must have an O365 account through their district. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 2/26/20 - 3/25/20. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 4 PD Hours.

85. WNYRIC Online Academy: Schoology 201 - Classroom Apps and Resources

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/26/2020

Class Opens 2 26 20
Class Ends 3 18 20
Worth 3 PD Hours
This course will serve as a "Part 2" to the Introduction to Schoology course, but teachers already familiar with the basics of Schoology are welcome to participate. The focus of this course will be on useful "Apps" or integrations with other online learning tools in Schoology, as well as how to create "Badges" for student motivation and rewards. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 2/26/20 - 3/18/20. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 3 PD Hours.

86. DDC meeting Webinar 2/26/20

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Audience: District Data Coordinators and others involved with NYSED Data Collection

Dates: 2/26/2020

New
Data collection and reporting

87. IRT# 756 Introduction to Argument-Driven Engineering (ADE)

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: STEM Teachers Grades 6-12

Dates: 2/27/2020 to 2/28/2020

Title IIA Not Covered
Reg ends 1/23/20
Cancel By 1/24/20
2 Day Event
Sign in is from 8:00 am - 8:30 am. The event starts promptly at 8:30 am.

Our introductory workshops are designed to provide educators with a foundational understand of the ADE instructional model. We provide hands-on, learner-centered professional learning experience that help participants develop the experience and knowledge they need to feel confident using or supporting the use of ADE in classrooms. Educators will have an opportunity to learn about the ADE instructional model by participating in all eight stages of an actual ADE STEM Design Challenge from start to finish. These challenges are appropriate for educators to integrate into their science course, as part of an engineering or STEM course , or in after-school or summer STEM camp settings.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/24/2019 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Costs: $350/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02 Please note costs for Charters: $385/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Please note that Title II A is not covered for this event.

For this event to run, there is a minimum of 25 participants. E1B reserves the right to cancel in advance of the event if the minimum registrants is not met.

88. WNYRIC Online Academy: Google Tour Creator - 3-2-1 Webinar

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/27/2020

Live Webinar 2 27 20
Synchronous Session 3 11 20
Project Due 3 26 20
View Live webinar or Recording
Tour Creator makes it easy to build immersive, 360 tours right from your computer. You can use imagery from templates, Google Street View, or your own 360-degree image collection. This webinar can be viewed either live on 2/27/20 or as a recording after the fact until 3/10/20. NOTE: In addition to the 1-Hour webinar, teachers will have the opportunity to participate in a synchronous online session for an additional hour of PD credit. During the synchronous online session on 3/11/20, teachers can discuss ways that they have started to implement or create with ThingLink. A third optional PD hour can be earned by submitting evidence of how the highlighted resource has been or will be used in a classroom setting. This evidence can be submitted until 3/26/20.

89. WNYRIC Online Academy: Demystifying Artificial Intelligence

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 3/2/2020

Class Opens 03 02 20
Class Ends 04 13 20
Worth 6 PD Hours
Artificial intelligence is all over the media (print and digital). This course will explore what artificial intelligence is, what it means for your classroom, and what it may mean for your students' futures. Participants will explore artificial intelligence and write a summary about what part in plays in their students' lives. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 03/02/20 - 04/13/20. The course will be completed entirely online. This course is equivalent to 6 PD Hours.

90. WNYRIC Online Academy: Teacher Self-Care

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 3/2/2020

Class Opens 03 02 20
Class Ends 04 13 20
Worth 6 PD Hours
This course will start in March, which means the school year will be in full swing. Therefore, it will be a good time to take a few deep breaths and consider ways to practice effective self-care. Self-care is beneficial for the teacher completing the self-care effectively and indirectly benefits the teacher's students in their classroom. This course is for all teachers grades K-12 or other personnel within a school system. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 03/02/20 - 04/13/20. The course will be completed entirely online. This course is equivalent to 6 PD Hours. If you took this course in January, then you may NOT take it again as it is a repeated course!

91. WNYRIC Online Academy: Workflow With Assignments in Google Classroom From Start to Finish

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 3/2/2020

Class Opens 03 02 20
Class Ends 04 13 20
Worth 6 PD Hours
This course will explore the workflow of student work within Google Classroom from the point of assignment to sending feedback to the student about their submitted work. Participants will be expected to set up an assignment in their Google Classroom and take it from start to finish and submit a summary of how it went for them in their classroom. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 03/02/20 - 04/13/20. The course will be completed entirely online. This course is equivalent to 6 PD Hours. Participants are required to buy their own copy of the required book for this online book study.

92. WNYRIC Online Academy: Workflow With Assignments in Google Classroom From Start to Finish

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 3/2/2020

Class Opens 03 02 20
Class Ends 04 13 20
Worth 6 PD Hours
This course will explore the workflow of student work within Google Classroom from the point of assignment to sending feedback to the student about their submitted work. Participants will be expected to set up an assignment in their Google Classroom and take it from start to finish and submit a summary of how it went for them in their classroom. NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 03/02/20 - 04/13/20. The course will be completed entirely online. This course is equivalent to 6 PD Hours.

93. Book Study: "Mindset" and "The Mindset Workbook"

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 3/2/2020

This will be an online book study using google classroom. Teachers will read the books "Mindset" by Carol Dweck and "The Growth Mindset Coach" by Annie Brock. Teachers will have a better understanding of a growth mindset, fixed mindset, how a changed mindset works best in the classroom, and how to help students develop a positive growth mindset.

94. Collaboration with Google Docs and Drives - Spring 2020

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 3/2/2020

Google Docs and 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.

95. Exploring Math Websites for Instruction, Practice, and Differentiation - Spring 2020

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: K-4 Teachers

Dates: 3/2/2020

K-4 teachers will explore 30 websites that support math skills practice and differentiation in the classroom. Each week, teachers will receive 10 links with brief descriptions. They will explore and analyze the 10 sites. They will choose 4 sites that they could use to supplement full class instruction and/or differentiated instruction. (smartboard, computer labs, devices) Each week, they will write a brief summary of their 4 selected sites and add the summaries to the class sharing google doc.

96. RBE-RN ELL Focus Group and Academic Conversations for ELLs

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: All teachers of ELLs

Dates: 3/2/2020

registration deadline feb 25th
Session 2 of 3
Session 2 of 3:
This PD and meeting series is an opportunity to learn, network and share experiences common to teacher of English Language Learners.
**New in the 2019-20 series** a portion of the time will be dedicated to continuing our learning and application from the One Day Mini Area Conference (ODMAC) with Jeff Zwiers on authentic and academic conversations to amplify language development of English Language Learners.

97. Cleveland Hill MS ELA DAP

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Dates: 3/3/2020

Teachers will analyze data and use findings to inform instruction. Teachers will also explore instructional strategies.

98. IRT#719 Grades K-5 on 3-3-20 Building Capacity Around the Next Generation Math Learning Standards

Program: Instructional Resource Team

Audience: K-5 Math Teachers, Coaches, & Instructional Leaders

Dates: 3/3/2020

Reg ends 2/27/20
Cancel By 2/28/20
Charters $182.00 PP
Please note that this event is for Grades K-5 March 3, 2020; Grades 6-12 March 4, 2020.

Description: Erie 1 BOCES is excited to present a professional learning opportunity for participants to actively engage in discussion and collaborative practices surrounding capacity building of the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards (NGMLS). As we enter phase two of the transition to the NGMLS, this workshop will provide participants the opportunity to engage in classroom instructional strategies as well as determine changes needed to ensure classroom instruction is research-based and aligned with the standards.

Cancellation Policy: You must cancel at least 2 Full Business Days ahead of an event in order to avoid being billed the full amount. Cancellations for this event are required by 2/28/2020 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

Please note costs for Charters: $182/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

99. RBE-RN NYSESLAT

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: All teachers new to administering and scoring the NYSESLAT

Dates: 3/3/2020

Registration deadline feb 26th
This training seeks to train participants to calibrate themselves with the NYSESLAT Speaking and Writing rubrics in preparation of the annual administration of the exam.

100. DDC meeting Erie 2 3/3/20

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Audience: District Data Coordinators and others involved with NYSED Data Collection

Dates: 3/3/2020

New
Data Collection and reporting

101. Fun with Google Draw and Google Slides

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 3/3/2020

During this 5 hour workshop, we will exlore various ways you can use Google Draw and Google Slides to make engaging activities for your students. Learn to use Google Draw to make games, graphic organizers and share other fun classroom ideas. Then we will swich to Google Slides to do some advanced game/activity making. Note: Templates will be provided for many of the activities.