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1. Annual Conference on Teacher Inquiry -CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 6/22/2018

Meeting Times: 11:30 - 2:30

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Ithaca College graduate students and TST-BOCES/ Ithaca College Teacher Research Fellows will present findings from their teacher research projects. The Teacher Research Fellows Group is a small cohort of teachers from the TST BOCES Region who have spent the year engaged in systemic student about their own teaching. Learning Target: I can explain to others how systemic reflective inquiry about one's teaching practice can lead to improved results for students. From 11:30 - 2:30 at Ithaca College in the Business School (Park Center for Business Sustainable Enterprises.)

2. ISSI 2018: Understanding the Global Impacts of Climate Change - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: Einaudi Cntr Intl Studies, Cornell & Moynihan Inst of Global Affairs, SU

Audience: Suitable for all Elementary, Middle, and High School teachers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds.

Dates: 6/25/2018 to 6/26/2018

Meeting Times: June 25 & 26 - 8:30 to 5:00 pm - 1 hour lunch

Location: Physical Sciences Building, rooms 401 and 403 - 8:

Cornell University Campus
Physical Sciences Building, Rm 401, 403
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This year, the International Studies Summer Institute will examine ways to teach about climate change from a global perspective. Global climate change has been defined as the change in regional and global climate patterns due to the rise of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases resulting from human activity.

These changes in climate patterns will cause shifts in weather patterns, sea levels to rise, and the presence of more damaging storms. For these reasons, climate change impacts not only ecosystems but it also has economic and social ramifications, including increased food insecurity and internal displacement. Some scholars also argue that climate change exacerbates social and political conflicts at the local and regional level (Carrington 2016).

At the ISSI, we will explore the ways in which climate change has impacted parts of Africa, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific. We will also highlight the research that is being done on finding solutions, both to mitigate the impacts and to stop global warming from continuing to happen. Within this framework, the workshop aims to assist teachers in finding ways students can investigate and analyze the impacts of climate change across the curriculum through the lens of area studies. Furthermore, we will highlight how local communities in Central New York have been "taking informed action" to address the impacts of climate change.

3. Grades 4-5 Curriculum & Instruction to Support Mathematics Engagement & Learning - CTLE Content, ELL, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 6/26/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

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4. Navigating New York State's New Generation Science Standards on the Floating Classroom - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: Cooperative Enrichment (COSER 415/416/417/505)

Audience: Teachers new to and experienced with the Floating Classroom program

Dates: 6/26/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm June 26, 2018

Location: Allen Tremen State Marine Park

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The objective is to help teachers understand how to best use services available through the Floating Classroom. Morning sessions will provide first-hand experience with Floating Classroom core activities on the lake, while afternoon sessions will offer opportunities for participants to join facilitated breakout groups to explore ways of applying the core experience on the Floating Classroom to projects tailored to enhance a teacher’s curriculum before, during, and after their field experience. Sessions will include multidisciplinary approaches and will focus on using key thinking skills (NGSS) such as defining and asking questions based on real life problems, investigating through collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data, and on developing, evaluating, and communicating explanations based on these data.

Venue: On board the MV Teal, at the Allen Tremen State Marine Park

Tentative agenda:

9.00 am: Participants gather, breakfast and teacher introductions
9.30 am: Welcome remarks, intro to FC programs and goal-setting for workshop
9.40 am Cruise to mid-lake, concurrent guest expert presentation.
10.00 am: Teachers experience typical FC educational cruise program.
11.00 am: Break
11.10 am: Mini workshop I – Addressing social and physical challenges to effective programming on the boat
12.10 pm: Lunch, boat returns to home dock
12.40 pm: Mini workshop II - Multi-disciplinary approaches for enhancing educational cruise
1.40 pm: Break
1.50 pm: Mini workshop III – Brainstorming session in breakout groups -- Pre/During/Post activities for enhancing FC educational cruise
2.20 pm: Group presentations and discussions
2.50 pm: Summary and closing remarks
3.00 pm: End of program

Target audience: Teachers new to and experienced with the Floating Classroom program.

5. Grades 2-3 Curriculum & Instruction to Support Mathematics Engagement & Learning - CTLE Content, ELL, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 6/27/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

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6. WILD Wednesday: A Conference for Early Childhood Educators on Outdoor, Out Loud, Creative Play - Content, Pedagogy

Program: SUNY Cortland (COSER 505)

Audience: Early Childhood Teachers, Childcare Centers, Paraprofessionals and School Professionals

Dates: 6/27/2018

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Student Life Center

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Adventure in Risky Play!
15 ways to (safely) bring nature, play, and risk back to the lives of children
Keynote by Rusty Keeler, author, designer, and leader in the movement to reconnect children to nature through play.

Community and family childcare providers, preK and kindergarten teachers, and all early childhood educators are welcome for a full day conference focused on meeting the needs of children ages birth to kindergarten.

This event is FREE! Lunch and all materials are included. Free parking is available and every participant will receive a copy of Seasons of Play: Natural Environments of Wonder by Rusty Keeler. New York State OCFS or CTLE Professional Development hours are available.

For more information, contact Alexis Abramo at alexis.abramo@cortland.edu to register, complete the form below.

7. America and the Middle East Post Workshop Artifact Collection/Reflection - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: Cooperative Enrichment (COSER 415/416/417/505)

Audience: Educators that attended the America and the Middle East PLN series hosted by the Near Eastern Studies Department at Cornell University.

Dates: 6/28/2018

Meeting Times: on line

This hour of PD is for participants that attended the America and the Middle East PLN and agree to complete a post session survey that includes student artifacts from a lesson that was taught/impacted by the professional development experience.

8. Explore Asia: Post Workshop Artifact Collection/Reflection - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: Cooperative Enrichment (COSER 415/416/417/505)

Audience: Educators that attended the Explore Asia workshop at the Johnson Museum of Art on 9/22.

Dates: 6/28/2018

Meeting Times: on line

This hour of PD is for participants that attended the Explore Asia workshop and agree to complete a post workshop survey that includes student artifacts from a lesson that was taught/impacted by the professional development experience.

9. Grades PK, K & 1 Curriculum & Instruction to Support Mathematics Engagement & Learning - CTLE Content, ELL, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 6/28/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

10. History Hike at Upper Treman Park
& Fisher Old-Growth Forest: Pedagogy

Program: Cooperative Enrichment (COSER 415/416/417/505)

Audience: Educators, Administrators, Community

Dates: 7/10/2018

Meeting Times: 07/10/2018 9:00-3:00

Location: Off Campus; Treman Park and Old Growth Forest Newf

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These hikes in two unique natural locations close to Ithaca offer participants a chance to explore and learn a bit of natural and local history. The History Hike at Upper Treman focuses on the history and archaeological remains of the hamlet that grew up around the Treman grist mill in the 1800's. The hike also will include a visit to the site of the Civilian Conservation Corps camp from the 1930's, home to the men who created the stone work in the park. Hike distance is about a mile, and takes about an hour.

Fisher Old-Growth Forest is located off Rt 13 in Newfield and is one of the few remaining stands of timber uncut since colonial times. The hike focuses on forest succession, natural sciences, and nature observation. Some of the trees seen here rival the size of those encountered by the first settlers of this region. This hike is also about a mile in length, up and down a hillside

To enroll you must have an account in Frontline, if you do not have an account login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account.

Ithaca Place: Treman Park and Newfield by Sunshine Miller

11. Mindfulness and Yoga: Teaching What We Know - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Open to all staff

Dates: 7/10/2018

Location: A14 Conference Rm

TST BOCES Campus
Conf Rm A14
July 10, 2018 - 9:00-2:00 (bring a brown bag lunch)

Those of us who practice mindfulness techniques know they work to relieve stress, keep our minds clear, and remind us how to act and speak with compassion and understanding. How do we pass this on to our students?

This workshop assumes a general familiarity with the theory of mindfulness and yoga philosophy, so that we can begin right away reviewing some of these methods that help us to relax, let go of stressful moments, offer alternatives to unbeneficial rumination, help us look at our habits and our [often mistaken] ideas, and see how we might unknowingly be setting up obstacles to concentration, compassion and experiencing joy. Having more thoughtfully examined how it works for us, we can then come up with ways to share with our students. We will concentrate on teachable yoga poses that bring up joy, discourage restlessness and stop unwanted feelings and thoughts, as well as mindfulness-based interventions that calm down bodies, encourage positive mood, teach generosity and thoughtfulness, and slow down habitual (unskillful) reactions, and help with focus and concentration.

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12. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff; registrant must hold a current CPR card.

Dates: 7/11/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 AM to 12 Noon

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. Successful completion renews the BLS certification for 2 years.

The course is a 3 hour refresher which reinforces fundamental skills of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction as well as providing updates to methods and protocols. Current CPR/AED certification or the Initial course are pre-requisites for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

13. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 7/19/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. BLS certification is good for 2 years from completion of the course.

The course is a 4 hour basic course which teaches the fundamentals of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

14. NYSED School Bus Monitor/Attendant Basic Course

Program: TST BOCES Bus Driver Training (COSER 601)

Audience: New school bus monitors/attendants

Dates: 7/24/2018 to 7/25/2018

Meeting Times: July 24 - 25, 8 am - 2 pm

Location: A-14

The basic course is a required 10 hour course for all monitors/attendant to complete within the first year. The course will cover roles and responsibilities, student management, transporting children with special needs, loading and unloading a school bus, and school bus emergencies.

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15. AHA Basic First Aid Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 7/25/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 PM to 12:00 Noon

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is a Heartsaver® First Aid from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to teach skills to the layperson. The Heartsaver® First Aid certification is good for 2 years.

This course does NOT satisfy the State Education Department's requirement for First Aid for Coaches certification.

The course is a 3 hour basic course which teaches skills to the layperson using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If an individual needs to register for this course but does not have internet access, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

16. Diversity Symposium of Thought Leaders (July 30-31, 2018) - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: District and Bldg-level leaders, directors, teachers, BOE members, & others determined by the Supt.

Dates: 7/30/2018 to 7/31/2018

Meeting Times: July 30th 10 am - 6:30 pm, July 31st 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

Location: Ithaca HS Auditorium, 1401 N Cayuga Street, Ithaca

CULTIVATING EXCELLENCE AND EQUITY
Ithaca High School Auditorium
The Commission on Diversity and Inclusivity is pleased to offer the second Diversity Symposium of Thought Leaders. The two-day event is for district teams and will include a keynote address, sessions on Cultural Proficiency, Hiring for Excellence- Anti-Bias Hiring Practices, a student panel discussion, and time for districts to work on action plans for the district.

Where: Ithaca HS, 1401 N Cayuga Street, Ithaca, NY 14850

When: July 30-31, 2018 (July 30th 10 am - 6:30 pm, July 31st 8:30 am – 2:30 pm)

Who should attend: District and Bldg-level leaders, directors, teachers, BOE members, & others determined by the Supt.

Hotel Accommodations: Must be reserved no later than 6/29/18. A room block is set up at the Hotel Ithaca at a rate of $149 per night. Please call 607-272-1000 and reference Leadership for Educational Achievement (group ID 3371).

Cost to Attend: $225/person includes breakfast, lunch, reception & materials. Discounts may be available for teams of 3 or more at a rate of $195/person. Aidable through TST BOCES.

Questions? Contact Kelly Masline at 518-694-4880 or kelly@nyscoss.org.

Sponsored by:
TST BOCES
NYS Council of School Superintendents
Leadership for Educational Achievement Foundation

SCHEDULE

July 30, 2018
8:30a-10:00a Arrival/Registration (Auditorium)
10:10a-11:00a Welcome & Keynote Address
11:10a-2:45p Breakout Sessions & Lunch
2:45p-4:00p Overview & Goals for Day #2
5:00p-6:30p Reception
July 31, 2018
8:00a-9:00a Breakfast/Registration & Welcome
9:00a-12:00p Student Panel & Breakout Session
12:00p-2:30p Lunch & Report Out/Closing

17. Mathematical Mindsets Book Study - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: K-12 Teachers and Building Leaders

Dates: 7/31/2018 to 8/7/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

18. Professional Learning Communities at Work(tm) Hybrid Institute - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 8/1/2018 to 8/2/2018

Meeting Times: 8:00am-3:30pm (registration 7:30am-8:00am)

Location: The Space @ Greenstar (700 West Buffalo Street, It

This two-day Solution Tree Hybrid Institute incorporates expert on-site facilitation in support of keynotes and breakouts from leading PLC expert, Daniel Cohan, click here

It is a multifaceted, participatory, and guided alternative experience that captures the collaborative dynamic of the conference. For those just beginning to explore PLCs, this is an excellent way to build your knowledge base. For those who are already involved in deep implementation, this event is the perfect opportunity to assess your progress and identify high-leverage next steps for implementation, introduce new team members to the process, and get answers to new questions. As you delve deep into the three big ideas of a PLC—focus on learning, build a collaborative culture, and results orientation— you will gain specific, practical, and inspiring strategies for transforming your school or district into a place where all students learn at high levels. **Working lunch provided** Please contact Josh Hunkele with questions about the workshop: jhunkele@tburg.k12.ny.us.

19. First Aid for Coaches Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Must be a district coach or approved district coach candidate.

Dates: 8/2/2018

Meeting Times: Thursday, August 2, 2018, from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM.

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the State Education Department approved first aid course designed to meet the requirements for coaches for all public school athletic programs. The reviews participants critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid emergency until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives, coach's role in supporting healthy participation by student athletes, rules for participation in sports, health and safety requirements and legal aspects of coaching. Participants review skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. Participants interact with each other to discuss responses to emergencies and share experiences. Successful completion renews the First Aid for Coaches certification for 3 years from completion of the course.

The Initial course is the pre-requisite for this 5 1/2 hour refresher course consisting of classroom, video-based and instructor-led instruction.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

20. Let Me Introduce Myself: The NYS Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards [Option 1 - 9:00 - 11:30 am] - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: School Leaders, Teachers PK-12, Special Education Teachers, ENL Teachers

Dates: 8/2/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 - 11:30 am 08/02/2018

Location: Seneca Smart Room

21. Let Me Introduce Myself: The NYS Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards [Option 2 - 12:00 - 2:30 pm] - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: School Leaders, Teachers PK-12, Special Education Teachers, ENL Teachers

Dates: 8/2/2018

Meeting Times: 12:00 - 2:30 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

22. NYSED School Bus Driver Basic

Program: TST BOCES Bus Driver Training (COSER 601)

Audience: New school bus drivers

Dates: 8/6/2018 to 8/10/2018

Meeting Times: Aug. 6 - Aug. 10, 8am - 4pm

Location: A-14

The 30 hour basic course is a requirement for all new drivers to be completed within the first year after receiving their CDL license. During this course we will cover all state education requirements for a school bus driver.

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23. DIY Multi-Sensory Environments and Sensory Spaces - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: SUNY Cortland (COSER 505)

Audience: Teachers, PTs, OTs, Parents and anyone interested in developing an MSE

Dates: 8/8/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Park Center, Room 1130

This workshop is designed for teachers, school professionals, parents, and anyone interested in developing a multi-sensory environment.
Learn creative ideas for developing your own MSE or sensory space in school, classroom, home, or playroom.
Understand the value of creating these fun and exciting spaces and how they support all children.
Experience demonstrations of how to create and build your own MSE on a limited budget.
Understand the principles for managing and implementing sensory play sessions and spaces.
Find out about grant applications and funding agencies that support the creation of MSEs / Sensory Spaces.

24. Grade 5-8 Number Talks Book Study - CTLE Content, ELL, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Math Teachers, grades 5-8

Dates: 8/9/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

25. Grades K-5 Number Talks Book Study - CTLE Content, ELL, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Teachers grade K-5

Dates: 8/9/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30 - 2:30 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

26. Courage to Teach Adirondack Teachers' Retreat

Program: SUNY Cortland (COSER 505)

Audience: Educators school staff at all levels

Dates: 8/12/2018 to 8/15/2018

Meeting Times: Sunday 8/12 5:00 PM to Wednesday 8/15 1:00 PM

Location: Camp Huntington, Raquette Lake, NY

A Courage to Teach retreat provides educators an opportunity for rest, renewal, and re-engagement with their identity and integrity as teachers. Facilitators trained by Parker Palmer and the Center for Courage and Renewal invite you to engage in honest self-reflection and explore questions about purpose, values, and commitment to challenging work. Increase your capacity to listen, stay true to your mission and engage wholeheartedly with the work of teaching.

In addition to workshop sessions, you will have the opportunity to share and socialize with colleagues, enjoy the recreation facilities at Camp Huntington, and relax in a beautiful lakeside Adirondack setting.

27. New York State Arts Learning Standards Launch - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: Cooperative Enrichment (COSER 415/416/417/505)

Audience: Arts Educators and Administrators

Dates: 8/13/2018 to 8/17/2018

Meeting Times: 08/13-08/17 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Multiple Rooms

Join us as we launch the New York State Arts Learning Standards in the TST BOCES region. Standards training will be provided for administrators and teachers August 13-17. Monday: Administrator Training Tuesday: Teacher Training Wednesday-Friday: Curriculum Alignment and Break Out Sessions
TST ARTS STANDARDSLAUNCH by Sunshine Miller

28. Building Trauma Responsive and Resilient Schools and Communities - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: Franziska Racker Centers

Audience: School personnel in all positions and community members are invited to join us.

Dates: 8/14/2018 to 8/15/2018

Meeting Times: Aug 14 & 15 - - 8:30 am to 3:30 pm both days

Location: 3226 Wilkins Rd, Ithaca, NY

Racker Learning Center
3226 Wilkins Rd, Ithaca, NY
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This two-day workshop will offer school personnel an opportunity to learn how we can work together to create school cultures that are resilient and responsive to students and staff who have experienced trauma or toxic stress.

Through interactive discussion, videos, lectures and experiential exercises, we will explore:
~ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences Study), Trauma and the Brain
~How to Build Resiliency in our Schools
~The Importance of Authentic Collaboration
~The Essential Elements of a Trauma Responsive School

This training is offered by the Expanding Possibilities Team members who have been offering introductory training on this topic in our schools since September of 2017.

Instructors: Tamie Pushlar, LCSW-R, Jaydn McCune, LCSW, Nora Rucker, M Ed, Sally Manning, MS

Please note...lunch will not be provided.

Location: Racker Learning Center, 3226 Wilkins Rd, Ithaca, NY, click here

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Conference

29. CollegeNow Professional Development Conference

Program: CollegeNow@TC3 (COSER 505)

Dates: 8/17/2018

Tompkins Cortland Community College
CollegeNow
Professional Development Conference
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CollegeNow is excited to host its annual conference for concurrent enrollment instructors! Enjoy time sharing best practices with high school and Tompkins Cortland CC colleagues. Choose from a variety of discipline and general interest workshops. Sessions are at the College's main campus in Dryden. Conference details and stipend forms are available by clicking here.

AGENDA
8:30-9:00 - Sign-in at the Forum
9:00-10:00 - Updates on Academic Resources to Support the CollegeNow Classroom
10:15-11:45 - Breakout Session I
12:00-1:00 - Networking & Awards Luncheon
1:15-3:00 - Breakout Session II

* Register for at least one workshop within your discipline. Some workshops are open to all or multiple disciplines.
* If only attending for part of the day, enroll in "Blank" for the missed session.
* A limited number of stipends are available for instructors who are not being compensated by their district.
*Submit stipend request to CollegeNow by July 11.
* New or potential CollegeNow instructors who have not had an orientation should register for the CollegeNow Orientation in Breakout Session II or contact Victoria to arrange for an orientation (via video conferencing) at an alternate time.
* Questions? Contact Victoria Zeppelin


30. Complete Mindfulness Curriculum to Use in the Classroom - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Open to all staff

Dates: 8/22/2018

Meeting Times: 08/22/2018 - from 9:00 to 3:00 pm - A14 conference room

Location: A14 Conference Rm

August 22 9:00-3:00 (bring a brown bag lunch)

This one-day workshop will provide you with a twelve week, step-by-step curriculum to introduce effective mindfulness practices and basic yoga to your elementary class next year. You will learn the benefits of mindfulness as demonstrated in recent research and you will understand how mindfulness in general -- and meditation, mindful movements and mindfulness-based interventions in particular -- actually works neurologically to help your students become more positive, kinder and better monitors of their emotions and reactions. We will practice a series of fifteen to twenty-minute classroom sessions, and then suggest ways to elaborate on them and use modifications of the activities for special situations. Practices include mindfulness of the body and senses, compassion and helping others, handling strong emotions like anger, jealousy, and sadness, impermanence, generosity, building better relationships, acceptance, and of course core skills like being aware, eschewing judgment, "touching joy" and being grateful.

31. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 8/22/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. BLS certification is good for 2 years from completion of the course.

The course is a 4 hour basic course which teaches the fundamentals of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

32. Modeling in Science - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: K - 12

Dates: 8/22/2018

Meeting Times: 8:30am - 11am

Location: Seneca Smart Room

Join us for either 1/2 day session or stay for the entire day. Modeling Summer 2018

33. Modeling in Science - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: K - 12

Dates: 8/22/2018

Meeting Times: 12:30pm - 3pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

Join us for either 1/2 day session or stay for the entire day. Modeling Summer 2018

34. Enhancing Student-Driven Learning & Well-Being via The Lifelong Practices of Readers & Writers - CTLE Content, Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: K-12 Teachers responsible for teaching the NYS Next Gen Standards in ELA/Literacy

Dates: 8/23/2018

Meeting Times: August 23, 2018 9:00 - 2:30 pm (45 minute lunch on your own) Conference Rm A14

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The NYS Next Generation Learning Standards in ELA include the new Lifelong Practices of Readers and Writers. Consistent and quality use of the Practices holds the promise of enhancing student well-being via student choice and voice; inquiry, play, and experimentation; engaging and authentic 21st century texts; and purposeful collaboration.

Join colleagues on August 23 for a day of professional learning that includes time for personal reflection and professional collaboration. Participants are encouraged to bring a device to access session materials and their own curricular materials.

Session Learning Targets:

- I can explain what the Lifelong Practices of Readers and Writers are and why they were added to the Next Gen ELA Standards;

- I can use the Practices to reflect on the current state of my curriculum (and instruction) to determine what to continue, begin, or stop in the name of student-driven learning/student well-being.

August 23, 2018 9:00 - 2:30 pm (45 minute lunch on your own)
TST BOCES
Dexheimer Building A, Conference Room: A14
Please register in Frontline by 08/16/2018

QUESTIONS?
Contact Beth Dryer, Regional Coordinator of Curriculum and PD
bdryer@tstboces.org

35. Mindfulness in the Classroom:
Techniques for Supporting Student Wellbeing

Program: SUNY Cortland (COSER 505)

Audience: PK - 12 Teachers, Paras, and School Professionals

Dates: 8/23/2018

Meeting Times: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Brockway Hall, Jacobus Lounge

SUNY Cortland
Park Center, Hall of Fame Room
Are you looking for ways to help calm, focus, and energize your students? The practices of mindfulness and mindful yoga in the classroom have been shown to decrease stress, improve both emotional and physical health, and teach self-regulation and focusing skills. Learn to bring these benefits to your student and your school. Participants will:
Develop an understanding of the practices of mindfulness
Learn how stress affects the brain to impede learning and how mindfulness can change the brain's response to stress
Explain how mindfulness can support student mental health and wellbeing
Return to the classroom with techniques to try right away and resources for developing new approaches.

36. Pathology ---> Potential: A Day of Social Emotional Learning Experiences for Educators - CTLE Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: all educators (teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, school counselors, et al.)

Dates: 8/24/2018

Meeting Times: 8/24/18 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Location: A14

This full day session (free to component districts) is an invitation to educators to explore and practice a range of social emotional learning experiences to cultivate mental and physical well-being: Yoga Dance, Reiki, Hooping, Meditation, Mindfulness, and more.

In addition, participants will be introduced to new (draft) SED guidance for Social Emotional Learning P-12, including professional learning that promotes adults' social emotional competence and well-being:
"Social Emotional Learning is a developmental process that takes place beginning at birth and continues through adulthood";
"Fostering the development of SEL competencies for all students and adults in our schools and communities supports the ESSA Plan priorities to improve academic achievement and graduation rates, improve school climate, and increase educational equity" (NYSED/Ebert, J. 5/2/18).

There is no cost to component districts.
Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing. Healthy snacks and drinks will be available throughout the day, and a light lunch will be provided.
PATHOLOGYPOTENTIAL by Sunshine Miller

37. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff; registrant must hold a current CPR card.

Dates: 8/28/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. Successful completion renews the BLS certification for 2 years.

The course is a 3 hour refresher which reinforces fundamental skills of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction as well as providing updates to methods and protocols. Current CPR/AED certification or the Initial course are pre-requisites for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

38. First Aid for Coaches Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Must be a district coach or approved district coach candidate.

Dates: 8/28/2018 to 8/30/2018

Meeting Times: Tuesday, August 28 and Thursday, August 30, 2018, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. YOU MUST ATTEND ALL DAYS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the State Education Department approved first aid course designed to meet the requirements for coaches for all public school athletic programs. The course teaches participants critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid emergency until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives. Participants learn their role in supporting healthy participation by student athletes, rules for participation in sports, health and safety requirements and legal aspects of coaching. Participants learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. First Aid for Coaches certification is good for 3 years from completion of the course.

All coaches are required to receive an initial course consisting of 12 hours of classroom, video-based and instructor-led instruction. You must attend all sessions to be certified.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

39. Effective and Practical Co-Teaching for ESTABLISHED TEAMS- CTLE Pedagogy, English Language Learners

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: co-teachers that have worked together for at least 1 year

Dates: 8/30/2018

Meeting Times: August 30th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Location: A-14

New and established teams are invited to attend a differentiated professional development day focused on strategies for improving co-teaching. Teams will discuss the research and theory of inclusive education, explore the six models of collaborative teaching, perform individual and team assessment and planning for collaboration, and take measure to make co-planning time efficient and effective. Learning Targets: I can explain the rationale and research behind integrated co-teaching as a special education and ENL service delivery model. I can articulate my own style of collaboration and the collaboration style of my co-teacher, including strengths and challenges. I can describe the six models of co-teaching and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each model. I can describe signs of parity in the co-teaching relationship, potential roadblocks, and solutions. I can design an effective method for co-planning and reflection.

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40. Effective and Practical Co-Teaching for NEW TEAMS- CTLE Pedagogy, English Language Learners

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: co-teachers that are new to co-teaching or new to co-teaching together

Dates: 8/30/2018

Meeting Times: August 30th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Location: A-14

New and established teams are invited to attend a differentiated professional development day focused on strategies for improving co-teaching. Teams will discuss the research and theory of inclusive education, explore the six models of collaborative teaching, perform individual and team assessment and planning for collaboration, and take measure to make co-planning time efficient and effective. Learning Targets: I can explain the rationale and research behind integrated co-teaching as a special education and ENL service delivery model. I can articulate my own style of collaboration and the collaboration style of my co-teacher, including strengths and challenges. I can describe the six models of co-teaching and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each model. I can describe signs of parity in the co-teaching relationship, potential roadblocks, and solutions. I can design an effective method for co-planning and reflection.

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41. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff; registrant must hold a current CPR card.

Dates: 9/27/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. Successful completion renews the BLS certification for 2 years.

The course is a 3 hour refresher which reinforces fundamental skills of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction as well as providing updates to methods and protocols. Current CPR/AED certification or the Initial course are pre-requisites for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

42. First Aid for Coaches Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Must be a district coach or approved district coach candidate.

Dates: 10/3/2018 to 10/4/2018

Meeting Times: Wednesday, October 3, and Thursday, October 4, 2018, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the State Education Department approved first aid course designed to meet the requirements for coaches for all public school athletic programs. The reviews participants critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid emergency until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives, coach's role in supporting healthy participation by student athletes, rules for participation in sports, health and safety requirements and legal aspects of coaching. Participants review skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. Participants interact with each other to discuss responses to emergencies and share experiences. Successful completion renews the First Aid for Coaches certification for 3 years from completion of the course.

The Initial course is the pre-requisite for this 5 1/2 hour refresher course consisting of classroom, video-based and instructor-led instruction.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

43. First Aid for Coaches Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Must be a district coach or approved district coach candidate.

Dates: 10/10/2018 to 10/18/2018

Meeting Times: Wednesday, October 10, Thursday, October 11, Wednesday, October 17 and Thursday, October 18, 2018, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. YOU MUST ATTEND ALL DAYS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the State Education Department approved first aid course designed to meet the requirements for coaches for all public school athletic programs. The course teaches participants critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid emergency until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives. Participants learn their role in supporting healthy participation by student athletes, rules for participation in sports, health and safety requirements and legal aspects of coaching. Participants learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. First Aid for Coaches certification is good for 3 years from completion of the course.

All coaches are required to receive an initial course consisting of 12 hours of classroom, video-based and instructor-led instruction. You must attend all sessions to be certified.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

44. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff; registrant must hold a current CPR card.

Dates: 10/24/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. Successful completion renews the BLS certification for 2 years.

The course is a 3 hour refresher which reinforces fundamental skills of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction as well as providing updates to methods and protocols. Current CPR/AED certification or the Initial course are pre-requisites for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

45. Social Emotional Learning Lab: A caring community cultivating well-being in adults and students (P-12) --Session one

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: All educators (P-12): teachers, administrators, counselors, paraprofessionals

Dates: 10/24/2018

Meeting Times: 4 sessions total: 10/24/18; 12/6/18;2/5/19;4/9/19 -- participants must register for each session (8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.)*30 min lunch on own

Location: A14

New
The SEL Lab is a space conducive to experimentation, investigation, and observation of practices to cultivate well-being. Central to our work is intention and reflection:
*How can we become aware of ourselves so that we are not projecting onto our students and colleagues?
*What strategies exist to support well-being and how can we use them to inform our practice?
*How might we use the new (draft) NYSED guidance and resources for SEL in the most appropriate, supportive way?
Participants are asked to commit to all four (4) sessions to build a caring community that will offer an open and trusting space to practice and grow in this work.
Each session will include time for experiential learning with wellness practitioners.
For more information, including our learning intentions and the mentor texts that we will use to inform our thinking, click here.
Tuition: $75 for all four (4) sessions. Fee includes mentor texts and other resources.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Leadership Circle by Beth Dryer

46. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 10/25/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. BLS certification is good for 2 years from completion of the course.

The course is a 4 hour basic course which teaches the fundamentals of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

47. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 11/7/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. BLS certification is good for 2 years from completion of the course.

The course is a 4 hour basic course which teaches the fundamentals of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

48. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff; registrant must hold a current CPR card.

Dates: 11/8/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. Successful completion renews the BLS certification for 2 years.

The course is a 3 hour refresher which reinforces fundamental skills of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction as well as providing updates to methods and protocols. Current CPR/AED certification or the Initial course are pre-requisites for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

49. AHA Basic First Aid Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 11/15/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is a Heartsaver® First Aid from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to teach skills to the layperson. The Heartsaver® First Aid certification is good for 2 years.

This course does NOT satisfy the State Education Department's requirement for First Aid for Coaches certification.

The course is a 3 hour basic course which teaches skills to the layperson using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If an individual needs to register for this course but does not have internet access, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

50. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff; registrant must hold a current CPR card.

Dates: 12/6/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. Successful completion renews the BLS certification for 2 years.

The course is a 3 hour refresher which reinforces fundamental skills of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction as well as providing updates to methods and protocols. Current CPR/AED certification or the Initial course are pre-requisites for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.).

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

51. Social Emotional Learning Lab (session 2 of 4) Dec. 6, 2018

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: All educators (P-12): teachers, administrators, counselors, paraprofessionals

Dates: 12/6/2018

Meeting Times: 4 sessions total: 10/24/18; 12/6/18;2/5/19;4/9/19 -- participants must register for each session (8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.)*30 min lunch on own

Location: A14

New
The SEL Lab is a space conducive to experimentation, investigation, and observation of practices to cultivate well-being. Central to our work is intention and reflection:
How can we become aware of ourselves so that we are not projecting onto our students?
How can we use SEL strategies to support colleagues' and students' well-being?
How might we use the new (draft) NYSED guidance and resources for SEL in the most appropriate, supportive way?
Each session will include time for experiential learning with wellness practitioners.
For more information, including learning intentions and the mentor texts we will use to inform our thinking, click through the colorful flyer below.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Leadership Circle by Beth Dryer

52. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 12/11/2018

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Location: Building G - FACILITIES SERVICES - First Floor - B

Registration closes 1 WEEK prior to class and will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly.

This is the Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider course from the American Heart Association. The course is designed to provide all school personnel with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a timely and effective manner. The course is intended for all school personnel including; school nurses, teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, custodians, bus drivers, administrators, support staff and aides whether certified or non-certified as well as licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals. BLS certification is good for 2 years from completion of the course.

The course is a 4 hour basic course which teaches the fundamentals of basic life support using classroom, video and instructor-led instruction. There is no pre-requisite for this course.

*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hours are not granted for this activity.*

*No Frontline/MLP login?*
If you do not have a Frontline PD (formerly MLP) login, CLICK HERE for instructions on how to create a free account (NOTE: You may already have a login if you are employed at a school district. Please check with your supervisor before creating a new account.)

*Need help with registration?*
If you need to register for this course but experiencing difficulties, please contact Barry Derfel (Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services) for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1004 or bderfel@tstboces.org

Questions about course content/requirements? Please call (607) 257-1551 ext. 6003

53. Social Emotional Learning Lab (session 3 of 4) Feb. 5, 2019

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: All educators (P-12): teachers, administrators, counselors, paraprofessionals

Dates: 2/5/2019

Meeting Times: 4 sessions total: 10/24/18; 12/6/18;2/5/19;4/9/19 -- participants must register for each session (8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.)*30 min lunch on own

Location: A14

New
The SEL Lab is a space conducive to experimentation, investigation, and observation of practices to cultivate well-being. Central to our work is intention and reflection:
How can we become aware of ourselves so that we are not projecting onto our students?
How can we use SEL strategies to support colleagues' and students' well-being?
How might we use the new (draft) NYSED guidance and resources for SEL in the most appropriate, supportive way?
Each session will include time for experiential learning with wellness practitioners.
For more information, including learning intentions and the mentor texts we will use to inform our thinking, click through the colorful flyer below.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Leadership Circle by Beth Dryer

54. Social Emotional Learning Lab (session 4 of 4) April 9, 2019

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: All educators (P-12): teachers, administrators, counselors, paraprofessionals

Dates: 4/9/2019

Meeting Times: 4 sessions total: 10/24/18; 12/6/18;2/5/19;4/9/19 -- participants must register for each session (8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.)*30 min lunch on own

Location: A14

New
The SEL Lab is a space conducive to experimentation, investigation, and observation of practices to cultivate well-being. Central to our work is intention and reflection:
How can we become aware of ourselves so that we are not projecting onto our students?
How can we use SEL strategies to support colleagues' and students' well-being?
How might we use the new (draft) NYSED guidance and resources for SEL in the most appropriate, supportive way?
Each session will include time for experiential learning with wellness practitioners.
For more information, including learning intentions and the mentor texts we will use to inform our thinking, click through the colorful flyer below.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Leadership Circle by Beth Dryer