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1. DIGNITY for ALL STUDENTS ACT (DASA) TRAINING

Program: Workshops

Audience: Educators

Dates: 12/2/2017

The Dignity for All Students Act requires all newly certified (December, 2013 and after) educators to undergo a minimum of 6 hours of training by a NYS certified provider. The Peconic Teacher Center is offering a 6-hour Saturday workshop for all Consortium teachers who are required to take the training. Ms. Nancy Wicker, a certified DASA trainer, will be conducting the workshop. Payment to the Peconic Teacher Center 141 Narrow Lane, Southampton NY 11968 of $115 (check or money order) is due by November 27, 2017. Thank you.

2. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM INFO SESSION FOR ADVANCED GRAD CERT.

Program: Workshops

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 12/6/2017

New
This session will provide information on Program Features: 18-credit advanced graduate certificate program (AGC) that may be incorporated into a Master's Degree; 4 digital badges that can be displayed on social mediate or online portfolios; Faculty are current or former K-12 teachers who are leaders in the field.

3. TEACHER EVALUATOR TRAINING

Program: Professional Development Workshops

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 2/8/2018

Recertification - PARTICIPANTS HAVE THE OPTION OF ATTENDING EITHER A MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 1 ON THE 8TH AND MORNING OR AFTERNOON ON OF SESSION 2 ON THE 9TH   This day-long workshop updates administrators who evaluate teachers and principals under the most recently passed legislation and State Education Department regulations.  This is an annual requirement under the legislation.   Participants will learn the new regulations and requirements and explore implementation techniques and strategies.  Specifically, the requirements for teacher and principal evaluation, the use of State matrices to determine educator ratings, and the use of SLOs and State Growth scores are covered.  Regulations about tenure changes are also discussed.  Emphasis is placed on coaching and providing meaningful feedback to educators to bring about reflective professional growth.

4. TEACHER EVALUATOR TRAINING

Program: Professional Development Workshops

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 2/8/2018

Recertification- PARTICIPANTS HAVE THE OPTION OF ATTENDING EITHER A MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 1 ON THE 8TH AND MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 2 ON THE 9TH.   This day-long workshop updates administrators who evaluate teachers and principals under the most recently passed legislation and State Education Department regulations.  This is an annual requirement under the legislation.   Participants will learn the new regulations and requirements and explore implementation techniques and strategies.  Specifically, the requirements for teacher and principal evaluation, the use of State matrices to determine educator ratings, and the use of SLOs and State Growth scores are covered.  Regulations about tenure changes are also discussed.  Emphasis is placed on coaching and providing meaningful feedback to educators to bring about reflective professional growth.

5. TEACHER EVALUATOR TRAINING

Program: Professional Development Workshops

Dates: 2/9/2018

Recertification - PARTICIPANTS HAVE THE OPTION OF ATTENDING EITHER A MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 1 ON THE 8TH AND MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 2 ON THE 9TH.   This day-long workshop updates administrators who evaluate teachers and principals under the most recently passed legislation and State Education Department regulations.  This is an annual requirement under the legislation.   Participants will learn the new regulations and requirements and explore implementation techniques and strategies.  Specifically, the requirements for teacher and principal evaluation, the use of State matrices to determine educator ratings, and the use of SLOs and State Growth scores are covered.  Regulations about tenure changes are also discussed.  Emphasis is placed on coaching and providing meaningful feedback to educators to bring about reflective professional growth.

6. TEACHER EVALUATOR TRAINING

Program: Professional Development Workshops

Dates: 2/9/2018

Recertification - PARTICIPANTS HAVE THE OPTION OF ATTENDING EITHER THE MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 1 ON THE 8TH AND MORNING OR AFTERNOON OF SESSION 2 ON THE 9TH.   This day-long workshop updates administrators who evaluate teachers and principals under the most recently passed legislation and State Education Department regulations.  This is an annual requirement under the legislation.   Participants will learn the new regulations and requirements and explore implementation techniques and strategies.  Specifically, the requirements for teacher and principal evaluation, the use of State matrices to determine educator ratings, and the use of SLOs and State Growth scores are covered.  Regulations about tenure changes are also discussed.  Emphasis is placed on coaching and providing meaningful feedback to educators to bring about reflective professional growth.

7. EDL 501 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP THEORY I (3 credits)- Stony Brook University Cohort

Program: Graduate Courses

Dates: 3/22/2018 to 6/7/2018

Educational Leadership Certificate
The first class in the Educational Leadership Program which prepares educators for advancement to administrative positions at both the District (SDL) and Building (SBL) levels. The program is 36 credits in length. ONCE YOU APPLY AND ARE ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM, ALSO REGISTER IN PTC's MyLearningPlan. Payment per Three (3) credits $1,152 payable to the Peconic Teacher Center, 141 Narrow Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 NOTE: Tuition is governed by SUNY. This rate might change if SUNY raises tuition rates.