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1. LewPort CSLO eDoctrina Assessments

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 6/7/2023

Creating assessments in eDoctrina

2. LewPort CSLO eDoctrina Assessments ELA

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 6/7/2023

Creating assessments in eDoctrina

3. WNYRIC Online Academy/TRLE: OneNote Class Notebook

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers with Microsoft 365 Accounts

Dates: 7/1/2023

Worth 2 PD Hours
Complete by 7 31 23
Microsoft OneNote Class Notebook can be used as an integral part of Microsoft Teams Classrooms, or on its own through Microsoft Office 365. In this session, we will look at features and integration strategies for OneNote Class Notebook, which can be used as an online journal, binder, notebook, and so much more. This webinar from January 2023 can be viewed as a recording. Participants will receive credit upon successful completion of the webinar quiz and discussion.

This course is equivalent to 2 PD Hours.

4. Akron K-2 Science Implementation

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-2 Science Teachers

Dates: 7/5/2023

K-2 teachers will have the opportunity to continue their work with implementation of their Amplify resources. Teachers will be able to choose the option that will be most impactful for him/her. 1. Continued planning and implementation of the Amplify lessons and resources with the 3 dimensional focus. 2. Looking at the Elementary Investigations and and CBT to see how we can support students through focused curriculum and instruction. This will include the opportunity to plan for sensory/OT STEM resources that focus on the investigations in a play based way.
This introductory session will delve into the historical underpinnings of the field of bilingual special education, comparing and contrasting where we began with where we are today. The book's co-editors Dr. Gliset Colón and Dr. Tamara Alsace, will lead a lively discussion with Dr. Alba Ortiz, a pioneer in the field who continues to inform and enhance research and practice through her significant body of work.

Participants will also receive a preview of the series, which will include presentations by all the chapter authors. They will also have a unique opportunity to provide feedback and help inform future directions for scholarship in the field by voicing their thoughts on promising practices and the most compelling challenges they face.

6. Online Course APPR Training for Lead Evaluators

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: K-12 School Administrators

Dates: 7/10/2023

ONLINE COURSE ONLY
3 CREDIT HOURS
This course will only occur online and complies with §3012-d and will cover the 9 lead evaluator requirements described in 8 CRR-NY 30-3.10. This is an online asynchronous course where each participant will work at their own pace on the course materials. This course only covers general APPR requirements from NYS and does not go into depth about any teacher evaluation rubric.

7. WNYRIC Online Academy Miktuk: ChatGPT: What Is It and What Does It Mean for Education?

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 7/10/2023

ONLINE COURSE ONLY
WORTH 3 PD HOURS
Closed
Have you heard of ChatGPT? ChatGPT is a language processing tool driven by AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology that allows one to have conversations and much more with the chatbot. This online only course worth 3 PD hours will explore what ChatGPT is and what it means for education. This is an introductory course and requires no prior knowledge of ChatGPT. This asynchronous online course will run from July 10, 2023 to August 18, 2023.

8. WNYRIC Online Academy Miktuk: Creating a Welcoming and Affirming Environment for All

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 7/10/2023

ONLINE COURSE ONLY
WORTH 3 PD HOURS
Closed
Before the next school year (2023-2024) starts, this online only course worth 3 PD hours will assist participants with creating a classroom environment where all students find themselves represented and reflected, and where they understand that all should be treated with respect and dignity. The NYSED Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education Framework will be used as a guideline with this principle of a welcoming and affirming environment for all students. This asynchronous online course will run from July 10, 2023 to August 18, 2023.

9. WNYRIC Online Academy Miktuk: REPEATED COURSE Instructional Strategies: 10 Powerful Instructional Strategies

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 7/10/2023

ONLINE COURSE ONLY
WORTH 3 PD HOURS
Closed
*NOTE - This online course is a repeated course and was run during the '22-'23 school year. This online course worth 3 PD hours will cover some powerful instructional strategies such as graphic organizers, summarization, higher-order thinking questions, etc. Participants will be able to pick and choose which instructional strategies they want to focus on. This online course will run from 7/10/23 - 8/18/23.

10. COT Middle School Science - (Amplify)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: 6th Grade Science Teachers

Dates: 7/10/2023

This will be an opportunity to organize important information concerning 6th Grade Science - Amplify, CBT, Investigations PLDs, Common Assessments. We will have a working lunch.

11. Olean Intro Microsoft 365

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/10/2023

This session will provide an overview of the online apps available through Microsoft 365.

12. Olean Intro to Teams

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/10/2023

This session will provide an overview of the Teams app available through Microsoft 365.

13. IRT Science Lackawanna MS

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 7/11/2023 to 7/13/2023

Middle school science teachers will work collaboratively to update science curriculum maps to incorporate and reflect the NYS ILS Investigations.

14. Olean Intro to OneDrive

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/11/2023

This session will provide an overview of cloud storage through Microsoft 365.

15. Olean Teams Basics for Teachers

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/11/2023

This session will provide an overview of tools available in Microsoft Teams that can be utilized by teachers with their classes.

16. Frontier - Deep Dive into Elementary Science Investigations

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Elem Teachers / Admins

Dates: 7/12/2023

Closed
This will be a hands-on opportunity to familiarize yourself with the elementary science investigations. It is beneficial to all Frontier elementary science teachers and administrators. Please bring your lunch and your computer... *Middle School Science Teachers will also have an opportunity to join us and continue to work on their curriculum entry into Edoctrina.

17. Cheektowaga-Sloan MS Science Curriculum Work

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: MS Science Teachers

Dates: 7/13/2023 to 7/14/2023

Closed
This will be an opportunity for MS science teachers to work on their curriculum building, as it aligns to the NYSSLS and pedagogy

18. Frontier Enrichment Team - Collaboration

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Enrichment Team

Dates: 7/17/2023

This will be an opportunity for the new Enrichment Team to Collaborate and begin planning for the 23/24 school year. Melanie, from CSETI, will be joining us. Please bring your lunch and your computer.

19. Belfast Aimswebplus August 17 PM (Grades 2 - 12)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Aimswebplus users for grades 2 - 12

Dates: 7/17/2023

This session will provide an overview of AimswebPlus with a focus on benchmarking

20. ADM Erie 1 BOCES Admin Lead Evaluator Recertification Course 7.19.2023

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 7/19/2023

Administrators will gather to meet the requirements of the Lead Evaluator recertification coursework.

21. Frontier - How to Create 3 Dimensional Science Assessments

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Science Teachers in grades 3-6

Dates: 7/19/2023

Closed
This will be an opportunity to learn how to create 3 dimensional science assessments, modeled after the NYS Investigations and the CBT clusters. This is best for Science teachers in grades 3-6. Please bring a computer and your lunch.

22. Ellicottville Aimswebplus

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Aimswebplus users

Dates: 7/19/2023

This session will provide an overview of AimswebPlus with a focus on benchmarking

23. IRT Westminster Grades K-8 Science Standards Overview and Curriculum Connections

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 7/20/2023

Teachers of science in grades K-8 will meet to learn about the New York State K-12 Science Learning Standards. Teachers in grades K-8 will attend in the AM. Grades 5 & 8 will stay for the PM.

24. Akron - MS Science

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: MS Science Teachers

Dates: 7/20/2023

Closed
MS Science teachers will have the opportunity to take a deep dive into the MS NYS Science Investigations. We will also take some time to gain a better understanding of the CBT samples - and how to support student success on both.
A critical look at access to dual language education for students with disabilities and implementing culturally and linguistically responsive teaching in dual language bilingual inclusive classrooms.

This session will focus on equity and access to high quality programs for multilingual learners with and without disabilities.
Authors will discuss:
*Foundations in Bilingual Special Education
*A critical look at access to dual language education for students with disabilities
*Implementing culturally and linguistically responsive teaching in dual language bilingual inclusive classrooms.

Eduardo R. Muñoz-Muñoz, San José State University, USA
Matthew Love, San José State University, USA
Marcella Cardoza McCollum, San José State University, USA
Rebecca A. Cruz, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Danielle Umaña, San José State University, USA
Candice R. Nance, San José State University, USA
Elizabeth Silva Diaz, The University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Vanessa Santiago Schwarz, The University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

26. IRT Science Cheektowaga Central Grade 5

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: grade 5 science teachers

Dates: 7/20/2023

Teachers will work collaboratively to create a curriculum map for 5th grade Amplify science units. Teachers will create additional common assessments for each unit and incorporate NYS ELS investigations into the units in which they align.

27. WNYRIC Online Academy: SEL Webinar Series - Supporting Student Relationship Skills and Social Awareness Through Technology

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 7/20/2023

Worth 2 PD Hours
Live Session 7 20 23
Complete by 6 30 24
Wait List
This webinar will explore what it means for students to develop relationship skills and social awareness within the CASEL Framework for SEL, and discuss technology tools that can support student social awareness and relationship skills. This webinar can be viewed live on 7/20/23, or as a recording after the fact. Participants will receive credit upon successful completion of the webinar quiz and project.

This course is equivalent to 2 PD Hours.

28. Sweet Home - Library / STEAM

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: STEAM Initiative Team

Dates: 7/21/2023

Participants will have the opportunity to continue the work started on their STEAM initiative. The focus will be on the implementation plan to launch the first grade level.

29. WNYRIC Library Automation (OPALS) - Summer 2023 OPALS refresher @Pioneer CSD

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: SLMS

Dates: 7/24/2023

OPALS
Closed
Agenda to be sent under separate email and TBD after Montreal User Meeting.

30. ADM West Seneca Admin Lead Evaluator Recertification Course 7.24.2023

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 7/24/2023

Administrators will gather to meet the requirements of the Lead Evaluator recertification coursework.

31. Frontier - 3 Dimensional Assessment Writing Collaboration Opportunity

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Science Teachers - grades 3-6

Dates: 7/25/2023

Closed
This will be an opportunity to continue the assessment writing from 7/19. Some teachers may want to use this time to collaborate and get feedback as they work. It could also be a repeat of 7/19 for participants that request that. Please bring a lunch and your computer.

32. Olean Intro Microsoft 365

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/25/2023

This session will provide an overview of the online apps available through Microsoft 365.

33. Olean Intro to Teams

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/25/2023

This session will provide an overview of the Teams app available through Microsoft 365.

34. IRT Science Charter for Applied Technologies

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 7/26/2023

HS Earth Science teachers will meet to analyze Regents exam data and discuss goals and objectives for the upcoming school year.

35. Frontier - Formalizing Embedded Science Vocabulary and Skills - By Grade Level

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Elementary Science Teachers

Dates: 7/26/2023

Closed
As we have dug into the NYSSLS, Investigations, and CBT Samples, we have found that there are embedded vocabulary and skills at all grade levels. During this session, we will identify them and add them to Edoctrina Units. This will allow consistent vocabulary and skill instruction at each grade level. Please bring your lunch and computer.

36. IRT Amherst Science Committee SDS Grades 3-5; Science Standards and Assessment

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Science Committee Grades 3-5

Dates: 7/26/2023

Teachers of science will gather to dive deeper in the science standards and match in-district assessment to state released assessment items.

37. Olean Intro to OneDrive

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/26/2023

This session will provide an overview of cloud storage through Microsoft 365.

38. Olean Teams Basics for Teachers

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 7/26/2023

This session will provide an overview of tools available in Microsoft Teams that can be utilized by teachers with their classes.

39. IRT Science Cheektowaga Central Grade 5

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: grade 5 teachers

Dates: 7/27/2023

Science teachers will work through two NYS ELS Investigations, identify needed materials for next year and identify where the investigations will fit into their science units. Teachers will finish creating common pre and post assesments to used to track student growth.

40. IRT Amherst WBS Grade 5 Science Unit rewrite and Assessment

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Science Committee Grades 3-5

Dates: 8/1/2023 to 8/2/2023

Teachers of science will gather to dive deeper in rewriting the Patterns of Earth and Sky unit and write assessments to match the state released assessment items.

41. IRT CSAT HS Earth & Space Science

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/1/2023

Earth Science teachers will collaborate to bundle NYSSLS standards. Unit bundles will then be used to perform a curriculum crosswalk. Teachers will then select one unit to begin incorporating the SEP's from aligned performance expectation.
Back by popular demand! This is a repeat of the Fall 2022 Quick bite.

In this asynchronous mini-course, participants will receive an overview of the history and current events of specific regions/countries from which many of our refugee students and their families originate.

Participants will gain insight into the historical backgrounds of these places, the factors causing displacement, and hear some examples from students of the educational experiences they had before resettlement.

Registration closes 7/28

43. IRT Earth Science Check In CSAT

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/1/2023

Closed
Check in with ESS teacher to debrief on work completed thus far with curriculum.

44. IRT Science Cheektowaga Sloan HS

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/3/2023

Living Environment teachers will meet to collaborate and continue working on Biology curriculum aligned to NYSSLS.
This session will shine a light on effective practices to support bi/multilingual students in the general education setting, ensuring appropriate and accurate evaluations and placement for students who truly special education services.

Authors will discuss:

* Identification and Eligibility of Bi/Multilingual Learners

* Culturally Attuned Assessment and Identification Practices in the 21st Century

* Writing Culturally and Linguistically Data-Driven IEPs


Wendy Gonzales, Northeastern Illinois University, USA
Gerardo Moreno, Northeastern Illinois University, USA
The Role of a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) and the Special Education Referral Process for English Learners
Claudia Cuellar Rinaldi, Lasell University, USA
Maria de Lourdes Serpa, Lesley University, USA
Diana Lidia Morales, Lynn University, USA
Julie Esparza Brown, Portland State University, USA
Amanda K. Sanford, Portland State University, USA

46. ADM 23-5A Lead Evaluator Training

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Building and District Level Administrators who evaluate educators

Dates: 8/3/2023

This training that will be aligned to best practice and meet the requirements of state regulation. The day 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 the Commissioner's Regulations for Lead Evaluators.

ADM Billing Code: 537.009.02. Costs per participant: CSDs $90/per participant; Charters $99 per/participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost. If your CSD belongs to a different BOCES, not Erie 1 BOCES, your school admin will need to supply E1B with a cross contract for billing purposes.

Please note that E1B Title II A Non-Pubs are NOT covered for this event.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 07/20/2023 by 9am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing by Email to crelyea@e1b.org. Phone calls are not accepted.

47. IRT Science Cleve Hill Elementary

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/8/2023

Teachers will receive Updates from nysed, familiarize team with the new Science Investigations & Share plan for implementation, Re-familiarize team with the next gen science standards, discuss units taught across grade levels and identify key vocabulary within each unit- both academic & content specific.

48. Frontier - Repeat Session - 3 Dimensional Science Assessment Collaboration

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Science Teachers in grades 3-6

Dates: 8/8/2023

Closed
This will be an opportuntiy to continue the assessment writing from 7/19 or 7/25. Some teachers may want to use this time to collaborate and get feedback as they work. If a teacher would like to attend this day and learn how to write 3 Dimensional Assessments, (from 7/19) that is ok. Please email Renee and let her know. Please bring your lunch and computer.

49. IRT Amherst Science Committee WBS Grades 3-5; Science Standards and Assessment

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Science Committee Grades 3-5

Dates: 8/8/2023

Teachers of science will gather to dive deeper in the science standards and match in-district assessment to state released assessment items.

50. Niagara Falls Aimswebplus for K-1

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Aimswebplus users

Dates: 8/8/2023

This session will provide an overview of AimswebPlus with a focus on benchmarking. The morning session is for K-1 teachers.

51. Niagara Falls Aimswebplus for Grades 2 and above

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Aimswebplus users

Dates: 8/8/2023

This session will provide an overview of AimswebPlus with a focus on benchmarking. The afternoon session is for grades 2 and above teachers.

52. Kenton TCIS: Full Course (Session 1)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/10/2023 to 8/17/2023

Day 1: This introductory day begins with look at the therapeutic crisis intervention for schools systems that support high levels of implementation. We then move into how our climate interacts with the needs of our students, and how to rethink behavior in terms of needs or missing skills. Day 2: During Day 2 of TCIS training, we consider and practice the levels of support a student may need as they move up the stress model of crisis, which foundational to implementing the TCIS process. Day 3: During Day 3 of TCIS training, we will dive more deeply into supporting students as they reach intense levels of emotional strain. We will consider ways in which we can lessen that stress and provide support that can help to de-escalate a potentially violent situation, or recover from one which may have occurred. Day 4: During Day 4 of TCIS training, we will practice utilizing the physical components of TCIS safely, and effectively. We will reflect on when and why to use each intervention, and what to do if an intervention should need to occur in order to restore and maintain healthy relationships and community culture. Day 5: Testing: Physical components (skills test)/Knowledge base (written test) Please note this training is only for Kenton participants!

53. Frontier - Creating Sensory Bins to Support the NYS Science Investigations

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier - K-2 Science Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2023

Closed
At a recent PD about the Science Investigations, some primary teachers had a fantastic idea to build sensory bins that support preparation for the Science Investigations. If you are attending, Renee will email you a list of materials to collect and some to gather from your school STEAM Lab. Please start to collect the following items (do not purchase anything, just extras that may be around the house or school STEAM Lab) - Copy paper boxes with lids, different size (clean) plastic bottles with lids, beads, funnels, clothes pins, tweezers, bird seed, pasta shapes, pom poms, buttons, beakers, graduated cylinders, pan balances with weights, stop watches, other cool items we could possibly use. Please bring your lunch and computer. Additionally, 3rd Grade teachers will also continue their work on 3 dimensional CFAs, aligned to the investigations and CBT sample question clusters.

54. RBERN #2 - ELL Foundations: Session 1 - Levels and Identification - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBERN

Audience: All teachers of ELLs

Dates: 8/15/2023

Intended for those who are new to working with ELs. In part 1 of this 3 part series, participants will learn the basics of EL identification, the levels of English proficiency, and how they are tied to ENL service and units of study.

This session will equip educators with strategies for elevating student voice and developing student oracy in the classroom, along with tangible ways to leverage students' home language skills during instruction. Concepts learned can be applied across content-areas to support ELLs' linguistic and academic growth.

56. IRT Amherst Grade 7 Intro to Amplify

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/15/2023

The new grade 7 coteacher will be in attendance to learn about Amplify Science.

57. WNYRIC Online Academy: SEL Webinar Series - Supporting Student Self-Awareness Through Technology

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/15/2023

Worth 2 PD Hours
Live Session 8 15 23
Complete by 6 30 24
This webinar will explore what it means for students to be self-aware within the CASEL Framework for SEL, and discuss technology tools that can support student self-awareness. This webinar can be viewed live on 8/15/23, or as a recording after the fact. Participants will receive credit upon successful completion of the webinar quiz and project.

This course is equivalent to 2 PD Hours.
This session will extend upon the morning ELL Foundation session by getting to know our multicultural communities. It is open to all educators.

59. Frontier - Repeat Session - Deep Dive into Elementary Investigations

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Elementary Science Teachers

Dates: 8/16/2023

Closed
This will be a hands-on opportunity to familiarize yourself with the elementary science investigations. It is beneficial to all elementary science teachers and admins. Please bring your lunch and computer.
Intended for those who are new to working with ELs. In part 2 of this 3 part series, participants will learn some of the competing theories that inform how students acquire language and in turn how to select strategies to support language acquisition. Participants will also be introduced to the Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education Framework from NYSED.

61. RBERN #6 - Literature Adaptations for ELLs - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBERN

Audience: ALL Educators

Dates: 8/16/2023

Sometimes reading the original form of a book, novel or document is overwhelming. This is another look at things we can use in our classroom that enable our students to be even more successful without the added stress.

This series for secondary educators will compare and contrast original works of literature to their graphic novel and film adaptations to identify ways to support ELLs understanding of the content.

Participants can select which sessions they will attend through the year

August text focus will be on Shakespeare.
Who is the first person a multilingual family encounters when they enter your school/district?

Does that person feel supported in their ability to welcome and support multilingual families' registration efforts?

We encourage administrators and their clerical staff to come together to discuss meaningful parent engagement for multilingual families at registration.

We will discuss language access, HLQ, home language SIRS codes, and other registration and ELL identification procedures.

63. Frontier - Elementary Science Overview

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: New Teachers or those that have switched grade levels.

Dates: 8/17/2023

Closed
This will be an opportunity for new teachers or, teachers that have switched grade levels, to do the following...1. Review 3 Dimensional Science Teaching 2. Get Familiar with your Science Units / Content 3. Navigate the BOCES 4 Science website, resources and procedures Please bring your computer and your lunch.

64. Belfast Aimswebplus Aug 17 PM (grades 2 - 12)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Aimswebplus users

Dates: 8/17/2023

This session will provide an overview of AimswebPlus with a focus on benchmarking. Students in grades 2 - 12 primarily use the TestNav computer program to complete their assessments. This training will cover how to implement TestNav as well as an overview of the system.

65. Belfast AimswebPlus Aug 17 AM (grades K-1)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Aimswebplus users in grades K-1

Dates: 8/17/2023

This session will provide an overview of AimswebPlus with a focus on benchmarking

66. Frontier - Enrichment Team Collaboration

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Frontier Enrichment Team

Dates: 8/18/2023

This will be an opportunity for the new Enrichment Team to look at district goals and continue planning for the 23/24 school year. Melanie, from CSETI, will be joining us. Additionally, a teacher will attend to work on her Science Overview. Please bring your computer and lunch.
Once students have been appropriately identified and placed in programs to meet their unique needs, the challenge becomes how to effectively provide the instructional and socioemotional supports necessary for the students to learn and thrive.
This session will explore some of the curricular and instructional considerations and practices necessary to plan and implement high quality programs.

Authors will discuss:
* Curriculum and Instruction in Bilingual Special Education

* After the IEP: Providing Culturally and Linguistically Sustaining Specially-Designed Instruction

* Keys to Understanding the Writing Development of Emergent Bilingual Students

* Mindful Student, Masterful Student: The Role of Mindfulness in Enhancing the Lives of Bilingual Students With Disabilities

* Transition Planning for Bi/Multilingual Students with Disabilities


Julie Esparza Brown, Portland State University, USA
Amanda K. Sanford, Portland State University, USA
Sylvia Linan-Thompson, University of Oregon, USA
McKenzie Meline, University of Oregon, USA
Raquel Rezàra Schmidt, State University of New York College at Buffalo, USA
Belkis Choiseul-Praslin, University of the Pacific, USA
Malarie E. Deardorff, University of Oklahoma, USA

68. WNYRIC Library Automation (Follett) - New Teacher Orientation on Destiny @ Fillmore CSD

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Library Staff as invited.

Dates: 8/22/2023

Follett
Closed
Agenda and other information sent under separate email header.

69. Barker CSD: Pratt ES and Barker HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for SLMS

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Barker CSD School Library Teacher

Dates: 8/22/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Overview of, logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO)), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; Fountas and Pinnell; for Pratt ES only, Accelerated Reader levels; and vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (Lightbox interactive eBooks (HS only); OverDrive as a custom Learning Resource (O/N BOCES)?; O/N BOCES SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks, Rosen, etc.), web sites via WebPath Express, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, automated PowerSchool student and staff extracts; setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers.

70. Olean Intro Microsoft 365

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 8/22/2023

This session will provide an overview of the online apps available through Microsoft 365.

71. Olean Intro to Teams

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 8/22/2023

This session will provide an overview of the Teams app available through Microsoft 365.

72. ADM Depew Lead Evaluator Recert

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Administrative Leaders k-District

Dates: 8/23/2023

Leaders will gather to review the standards for lead evaluator and experience interrater reliability exercises.

73. Cassadaga Valley CSD: Sinclairville ES: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for SLMS

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Sinclairville ES School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 8/23/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Overview of, logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO)), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; Accelerated Reader levels; and vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (Lightbox interactive eBooks; OverDrive as a custom Learning Resource (O/N BOCES)?; E2CCB SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks, etc.), web sites via WebPath Express and in Back Office only, Standards search, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, automated PowerSchool student and staff extracts; setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers.

74. Olean Intro to OneDrive

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 8/23/2023

This session will provide an overview of cloud storage through Microsoft 365.

75. Olean Teams Basics for Teachers

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Instructional staff

Dates: 8/23/2023

This session will provide an overview of tools available in Microsoft Teams that can be utilized by teachers with their classes.

76. IRT Science Cheektowaga Sloan

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/24/2023

HS Earth Science teachers will meet to collaborate to continue development of curriculum aligned to NYSSLS.

77. IRT 2019A The NYSED Science Investigations and Computer Based Assessment for Elementary Teachers

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Teachers of science for grades 4 and 5

Dates: 8/24/2023

Teachers of science for grades 4, 5 will gather to experience the NYSED Science investigations and work through preparation for the upcoming new computer based assessments for science in spring of 2024.

IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02 Costs: CSDs $175/per participant. Please note costs for Charters: $192.50/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost. Please note that E1B Title IIA Non-Pubs are NOT covered for this event.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 08/17/2023 by 9am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing by Email to crelyea@e1b.org. Phone calls are not accepted.

78. Albion CSD: Charles D'Amico HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for School Library Teacher

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Albion High School Library Teacher

Dates: 8/28/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Overview of, logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO)), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (Infobase eBooks; OverDrive as a custom Learning Resource (O/N BOCES)?; O/N BOCES SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks, Rosen, etc.), web sites via WebPath Express, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, PowerSchool student extracts (no staff extract); setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

79. Cheektowaga CSD: Cheektowaga MS and HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for SLMS

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Cheektowaga Middle and High School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 8/29/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Review of logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO) or via Active Directory (uncommon)), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; Fountas and Pinnell; and vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (Lightbox interactive eBooks; OverDrive integration with Destiny Library Manager; OverDrive as a custom Learning Resource?; Erie 1 BOCES SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library, Rosen, etc. eBooks), web sites via WebPath Express and in Back Office only, Standards search, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, Alliance AV, and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, automated eSchoolData student and staff extracts; setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

80. IRT Medina Amplify Science Program

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/29/2023

Teachers of science from grades 3-5 will gather to investigate the Amplify Science Program deeper and plan for the first unit of study.

81. RBERN #16 - NYSITELL - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBERN

Audience: All teachers of ELLs

Dates: 8/29/2023

In this hybrid course, you will learn everything you need to know to successfully administer the NYSITELL from intake, to testing, to placement.
This course will take approximately 3 hours.
Course work of the self-paced presentation and quiz will be shared the Friday before the session and must be completed prior to the Zoom Q&A session.

Registration closes 8/25/23

82. IRT KenTon Grades 5 & 8 3Dimensional Assessment and state updates

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/30/2023

Teachers of science from grades 5 & 8 will gather to hear the state updates regarding assessment for the upcoming spring and work toward 3dimensional assessments.

83. Martin Road - Lackawanna Only - LETRS Training

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: 2-5 Teachers, Staff

Dates: 8/31/2023 to 5/15/2024

Lackawanna Only - LETRS Training - LETRS Professional Development is a professional learning suite that provides educators and administrators with deep knowledge to be literacy and language experts in the science of reading.

84. Marvale UFSD: Maryvale HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for SLMS

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Maryvale High School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 8/31/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Review of logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO) or via Active Directory (uncommon)), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (OverDrive integration with Destiny Library Manager; OverDrive as a custom Learning Resource?; Erie 1 BOCES SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library, Rosen, etc. eBooks), web sites via WebPath Express and in Back Office only, Standards search, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, Alliance AV, and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, automated eSchoolData student; yearly Active Directory staff extracts; setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

85. Truman Elementary - Lackawanna Only - LETRS Training

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-1 Teachers, Staff

Dates: 8/31/2023 to 5/15/2024

Lackawanna Only - LETRS Training - LETRS Professional Development is a professional learning suite that provides educators and administrators with deep knowledge to be literacy and language experts in the science of reading.

86. 23-5a AimswebPlus Introduction to Benchmarking for K-1

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: Teachers in grades K-1

Dates: 8/31/2023

This workshop will include an introduction to AimswebPlus. Participants will be introduced to the application website along with available resources. The focus will be on benchmarking for the Fall window at the K-1 level.

87. 23-5b AimswebPlus Introduction to Benchmarking for Grades 2-12

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: Teachers in grades K-1

Dates: 8/31/2023

This workshop will include an introduction to AimswebPlus. Participants will be introduced to the application website along with available resources. The focus will be on benchmarking for the Fall window at the grades 2 - 12 levels.

88. 23-5c AimswebPlus Introduction to Progress Monitoring

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: All teachers using AimswebPlus

Dates: 8/31/2023

This workshop will provide an introduction to progress monitoring in AimswebPlus. This session will focus on how to determine which students need progress monitoring and how to set up the monitoring schedule.

89. IRT Niagara Falls HS Science- Updates and Curriculum work

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/31/2023

Teachers of science from HS will gather to determine the value of adding the solar eclipse to their curriculum and listen to State updates.

90. Niagara Falls City SD: Niagara Falls HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for School Library Teacher

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Niagara Falls High School Library Teacher

Dates: 8/31/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Review of logging into (via Clever and Active Directory; o365 Single Sign-On, hopefully, in 2023-24), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; and vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (Lightbox interactive eBooks; OverDrive and MackinVia custom Learning Resources?; Orleans/Niagara BOCES SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library, Rosen, etc. eBooks), web sites via WebPath Express; online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office (SIF for student data automation via PowerSchoool; nightly, automated PowerSchool staff extract); setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

91. WNYRIC Library Automation (OPALS) - Paraprofessional (new) site visit (Salamanca CSD - Salamanca HS)

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: SLMS/Library TOSA/Library Paraprofessionals

Dates: 9/5/2023

OPALS
Closed
Agenda to be sent under separate email.

92. Cheektowaga CSD: Union East ES: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for School Library Teacher

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Union East ES Library Teacher

Dates: 9/6/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Review of logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO) or via Active Directory (uncommon)), navigating/using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in/associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles, Fountas and Pinnell, vendor-provided reading and interest levels); eBooks/audiobooks (OverDrive integration but with Advantage ID blocking auto-import of MARC records, Capstone interactive eBooks, Lightbox interactive eBooks, Follett eBooks, Erie 1 BOCES SLS-provided eBooks (Gale Virtual Reference Library, ePointPlus, Rosen, etc.)), web sites via WebPath Express and in Destiny Back Office only, via Standards search, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks].; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, Alliance AV, and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options for Follett School Solutions content orders), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review; Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, automated eSchoolData student and staff extracts; setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

93. Frontier - Enrichment Team Planning

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Enrichment Team

Dates: 9/6/2023

Closed
The Enrichment team will work together to continue their planning. The focus will be on Schedules, CSETI, Screening Tools.

94. North Tonawanda City SD: North Tonawanda HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for School Library Teacher

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: North Tonawanda HS Library Teacher

Dates: 9/7/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendees to Destiny Library Manager; Overview of, logging into, navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Fountas and Pinnell, vendor-provided reading and interest levels); eBooks/audiobooks (MackinVIA integration, OverDrive as a custom Learning Resource in Destiny Discover?, Follett eBooks, Salem Press eBooks, Lightbox interactive eBooks, Follett eBooks, Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks, O/N BOCES SLS-provided eBooks (Gale Virtual Reference Library, Rosen, etc.)), web sites via WebPath Express, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. Accessing the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists/Make a Wish (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Adding titles and copies to the catalog through copy cataloging (district records, Alliance Plus, Alliance AV and Z-sources), importing MARC records (including Titlewave integration options), editing copy records, duplicating copy records, deleting title and copy records. Genrefication review/Sublocations (incomplete?); Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office including student and staff data automation (nightly eSchoolData student extracts and NVision staff extracts); setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Admin area; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

95. Akron CSD: Akron MS and HS: Destiny Library Manager Follow-Up Library Reconfiguration Training for SLMS

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Akron Middle School & High School SLMS

Dates: 9/8/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Questions and answers to include topics of interest based on issues, concerns and/or training needs that have arisen from ongoing use of Destiny Library Manager, including additional considerations of features/functions in Destiny Library Manager that will assist both with dividing the existing MS-HS library catalog into 2 separate library catalogs (1 MS library catalog [existing statistics, transactions, and histories will be retained] and 1 HS library catalog [new catalog under new DLM license]) and with genrefication of the MS and the HS fiction collections. This will include the establishment of a new custom Access Level for middle school students who have parental permission to access high school library materials.

96. WNYRIC Library Automation (Follett) - New Para-professional Orientation on Destiny @ Fillmore CSD

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Library Staff

Dates: 9/11/2023

Follett
Closed
Agenda and other information to be supplied day of training.

97. Jamestown PS: Washington MS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for Library Paraprofessional

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Washington MS School Library Media Specialist & Paraprofessional

Dates: 9/11/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Review of logging into (via Google Single Sign-On (SSO) or via Active Directory (uncommon)), navigating, and using help systems (online, on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center, Follett Community) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles including by reading measures (Lexiles; vendor-provided reading and interest levels), eBooks/audiobooks (MackinVIA and OverDrive as custom Learning Resources?; Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES SLS-provided Gale Virtual Reference Library, etc. eBooks), online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and in Destiny Back Office. An awareness of the Destiny Discover Chrome Extension and the Destiny mobile apps (Destiny Discover mobile app and Destiny Back Office mobile app [iOS and Android tablets and phones only, not yet Chromebooks]; Overview of patron empowerment/instructional features including reviews, wish lists (purchasing suggestions from patrons), My Stuff (transaction record, history), Collections (Destiny Discover) and resource lists (Back Office); Circulation and Patrons: Overview of patron management in Back Office nightly, automated PowerSchool student and staff extracts; Circulation (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers

98. Online Course APPR Training for Lead Evaluators

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: K-12 School Administrators

Dates: 9/12/2023

ONLINE COURSE ONLY
3 CREDIT HOURS
This course will only occur online and complies with §3012-d and will cover the 9 lead evaluator requirements described in 8 CRR-NY 30-3.10. This is an online asynchronous course where each participant will work at their own pace on the course materials. This course only covers general APPR requirements from NYS and does not go into depth about any teacher evaluation rubric.

99. WNYRIC Online Academy Miktuk: ChatGPT: What Is It and What Does It Mean for Education?

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 9/12/2023

ONLINE COURSE ONLY
WORTH 3 PD HOURS
Closed
Have you heard of ChatGPT? ChatGPT is a language processing tool driven by AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology that allows one to have conversations and much more with the chatbot. This online-only course worth 3 PD hours will explore what ChatGPT is and what it means for education. This is an introductory course and requires no prior knowledge of ChatGPT. This asynchronous online course will run from September 12, 2023, to October 10, 2023.

100. Cleveland Hill UFSD: Cleve Hill M/HS: Destiny Library Manager Initial Training for School Library Aide

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Cleveland Hill M/HS Library Aide

Dates: 9/12/2023

Destiny Library Manager
Registration, overview of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendee to Destiny Library Manager; Overview of, logging into, navigating, and using help systems (online and on-page, Destiny Discover Help Center, Collections Help Center) in and associated with Destiny Library Manager; Searching for titles (including by Lexile, AR reading level, and subject), copies, educator-selected web sites via WebPath Express and online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover search interface (the library catalog) and in Destiny Back Office (library management interface). A review the call number sections in the libraries and the call number prefixes in use in Destiny for each collection (based on searches and a review of the Collection Statistics - Summary report); Overview of automation of patron management in Destiny Library Manager (overnight, automated student and staff extracts from PowerSchool); Overview of library policies, calendar, and site configuration and how the settings affect circulation; Circulation basics - Check outs, check ins, holds, fines, renewals, copy status, patron status; Generating common library and patron reports; Questions and answers. Review and practice based on current needs in the school library.

101. IRT KenTon Admin APPR Recertification

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Leaders in the KenTon school district

Dates: 9/12/2023

Leaders will gather for a recertification process for APPR. 2 Sessions of 75 min each will occur between 12:00- 3:00. Please see your district administrator for your assigned session.