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1. OSHA Training for New Employees

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: New district employees - Only. Not intended for refresher training.

Dates: 1/23/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 to 10:30 AM

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

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This course will meet the annual OSHA requirements for the Right-To-Know Law, Bloodborne Pathogens and Fire Safety. It is intended for new employees only.



*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hourse 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.).

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

2. Learning Ally Training

Program: School Library System (COSER 501/510/518)

Audience: K-12 educators

Dates: 1/25/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Location: Seneca Smart Room

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Learning Ally is an audiobook platform for struggling readers. It is available to a much broader population of students than Bookshare, and contains a very large collection of the most popular books that students want to read and that are regularly assigned in schools. It also offers textbooks. All tests are read by human readers, and the software highlights the text as it is read. The software offers many features that allow students to customize the interface, the speed, and many other factors that affect the reading experience. Learning Ally also offers features like POS dictionary look up and note taking and highlighting capabilities. The program also offers a progress dashboard that allows teachers and students to easily track progress.In this training session, participants will learn how to maximize the features of the Learning Ally software to meet the specific needs of individual learners. They will also learn how to integrate Learning Ally into the larger context of the K-12 school curriculum. Learning Ally is currently available to all schools in our region through a consortium subscription purchased by the School Library System. Come and find out how much this resource can help to support struggling readers in your schools.

3. PK, K and 1 Eureka Math: Unpacking the Modules

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Teachers, grades PK, K, & 1

Dates: 1/29/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

4. OSHA Training for New Employees

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: New district employees - Only. Not intended for refresher training.

Dates: 1/30/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 to 10:30 AM

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

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This course will meet the annual OSHA requirements for the Right-To-Know Law, Bloodborne Pathogens and Fire Safety. It is intended for new employees only.



*Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) hourse 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.).

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

5. Global and Geography II Regents Scoring Training: Focus on Part Three Enduring Issues Essay - CTLE Content and Pedagogy

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: People who want to learn how to score part III of the Global Regents Exam

Dates: 1/31/2019

Meeting Times: January 31st from 9:00- 2:00 (One hour lunch on your own.)

Location: TBD

Teachers will learn how to score Part III (Enduring Issues Essay) for the new Global Regents Exam. (One hour lunch on your own.)

6. PBL 102

Program: Model Schools (COSER 516)

Audience: grades 6-12 ICSD educator teams who have attended PBL 101

Dates: 1/31/2019

Meeting Times: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm, hour-long lunch on your own.

Location: Hancock Street Learning Hub



Did you attend PBL 101? Are you looking for additional time and support to plan and implement a PBL unit in your classroom? If you answered "Yes!", then the PBL 102 series is the perfect opportunity for you! Enjoy facilitated time to develop your PBL unit(s). A variety of anchor texts (including digital resources) combined with peer feedback will be used to illuminate essential PBL design elements and provide you with resources to help you develop and implement engaging and empowering PBL experiences in your own classroom.

Intended learning outcomes will be determined by participants, and center around the driving question; how can we apply a deeper understanding of Project Based Learning to facilitate more effective student learning experiences?

In-person and in-classroom supports for planning, implementation, and reflection will be provided

PBL 102 by Justin DiMatteo

7. School Library System Quarterly Meeting #3

Program: School Library System (COSER 501/510/518)

Audience: Librarians and library support staff in the TST BOCES region.

Dates: 1/31/2019

Meeting Times: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

This is the third of four meetings of the School Library System Council held during each school year. Members discuss issues related to instruction, management, resources, technology, and professional development that support school library programs in our region. They also participate in technology training and share best practices for information literacy instruction and library management.

8. CPR Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

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

Dates: 2/2/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Location: The Activities Building

WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly. The class will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met.

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

9. First Aid for Coaches Refresher Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

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

Dates: 2/2/2019 to 2/3/2019

Meeting Times: Saturday, February 2, from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM and Sunday, February 3, 2019, from 9:00 AM to Noon. YOU MUST ATTEND ALL DAYS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.

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

WALK-INS will NOT be accepted. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER, DO NOT SHOW UP. Please plan accordingly. The class will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met.

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

10. 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: 2/4/2019 to 2/12/2019

Meeting Times: Monday, February 4, Tuesday, February 5, Monday, February 11, and Tuesday, February 12, 2019, from 4:30 PM to 7:30 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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

11. Listening to the Middle East Session 3 CTLE: Pedagogy

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

Audience: Educators, Community

Dates: 2/5/2019

Meeting Times: 02/05 5:15-6:15

Location: NES Lounge White Hall

Max Buckholtz, “Iqa'at - Musical and Cultural Rhythms of the Middle East”

In this hands-on session we will learn rhythms that form the foundations of Middle Eastern musical traditions.

Max Buckholtz is an Ithaca-based musician and music educator. He directs “Journey West,” an ensemble that fosters unity and understanding between cultures through music.
Listening to the Middle East Poster by Laura Brown
Listening to the Middle East Presenters by Laura Brown

12. Middle Level Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Middle Level Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 2/5/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the Middle Level Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Middle Level Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room.

13. School Tool Online Registration Training for TST BOCES Programs

Program: Tompkins Area Counselor Association (COSER 506)

Audience: School Counselors, CSE Chairs, Administrative Assistants/Secretaries

Dates: 2/5/2019

Meeting Times: 9:00am - 11:00am

Location: CTE Computer Lab - Student Services Office

TST BOCES is transitioning to the use of School Tool for the 2019-2020 school year. All personnel who are responsible for registering students for TST BOCES programs must participate in this training. The School Tool student data system WILL NOT have any of the current students (from the 2018-19 school year) enrolled in the system, so ANY students who are planning to participate in a TST BOCES program for the 2019-2020 school year must be registered through this online system. The TST BOCES programs include: PTECH, Regional Alternative School - MS/HS Programs and/or TASC, Career and Tech/New Visions/World of Work Programs, and/or Exceptional Education Programs (Turning Point, Bridges, Springboard, etc.) Two training times will be available - a morning and an afternoon session. Please register for the workshop that best suits your needs on February 5, 2019. Feel free to bring a laptop, or you may use the PC's in the CTE Computer Lab.

14. School Tool Online Registration Training for TST BOCES Programs

Program: Tompkins Area Counselor Association (COSER 506)

Audience: School Counselors, CSE Chairs, Administrative Assistants/Secretaries

Dates: 2/5/2019

Meeting Times: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Location: CTE Computer Lab - Student Services Office

TST BOCES is transitioning to the use of School Tool for the 2019-2020 school year. All personnel who are responsible for registering students for TST BOCES programs must participate in this training. The School Tool student data system WILL NOT have any of the current students (from the 2018-19 school year) enrolled in the system, so ANY students who are planning to participate in a TST BOCES program for the 2019-2020 school year must be registered through this online system. The TST BOCES programs include: PTECH, Regional Alternative School - MS/HS Programs and/or TASC, Career and Tech/New Visions/World of Work Programs, and/or Exceptional Education Programs (Turning Point, Bridges, Springboard, etc.) Two training times will be available - a morning and an afternoon session. Please register for the workshop that best suits your needs on February 5, 2019. Feel free to bring a laptop, or you may use the PC's in the CTE Computer Lab.

15. SEL 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

Reg closed to new members
This session is the third of four. This session is open only to those who attended sessions one and two.
Registration ($75) includes participation in the series and the associated fee is billed when the first session of the series is complete.
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

16. Teaching Students with Incarcerated Loved Ones Session 3 of 6

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions.

Dates: 2/5/2019

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Location: A14 except 3/5/2019 will be in Seneca Smart Room

Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions. This workshop series will provide an opportunity for educators to discuss what mass incarceration is and how it affects your students and their families. We will talk about how you can better understand and meet the needs of students with incarcerated members. And, you will learn what teaching resources are available to you.

17. 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: 2/6/2019 to 2/7/2019

Meeting Times: Wednesday, February 6, and Thursday, February 7, 2019, from 4:30 to 7:30 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 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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

18. Wise Wednesdays: The Whole Brain Child

Program: SUNY Cortland (COSER 505)

Audience: PreK and Kindergarten teachers, paraprofessionals, and other school professionals

Dates: 2/6/2019

Meeting Times: 5:30 - 8:00

Location: The Grange, 100 Grange Pl. Cortland

Wise Wednesdays is a Professional Development Series for preK and kindergarten teachers, paraprofessionals and community and family childcare providers focused on meeting the needs of children birth to kindergarten. Our 18-19 work is focused on social emotional learning. Each session will begin with a light supper and discussion, followed by an interactive learning experience presented by professional educators. Wednesday February 6th The Whole Brain Child Social worker and therapist Karen Dudgeon will discuss strategies you can put to work right away to help nurture healthy social and emotional development in the children you care for.

19. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any Ithaca district faculty and staff.

Dates: 2/9/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

20. First Aid for Coaches Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

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

Dates: 2/9/2019 to 2/10/2019

Meeting Times: Saturday, February 9, from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM and Sunday, February 10, 2019, from 8:30 AM to 4:30 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 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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

21. National Board Cohort - Writing Retreat #2

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: National Board Certification Candidates

Dates: 2/9/2019

Meeting Times: 9 am to 2:00 pm - TST BOCES Administration Building

Location: A-14

PARTICIPATION IN THIS RETREAT IS CONTINGENT UPON JOINING THE COSER TO SUPPORT THE NATIONAL BOARD WORK IN THE REGION. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU ARE REGISTERED IN "NATIONAL BOARD COACHING" AS A PREREQUISITE TO THIS COURSE.

This workshop is intended for teachers who are pursuing their National Board Certification this year. Our time together will will start with a structured presentation on a topic that will guide your portfolio construction. A question and answer time for the good of the group will ensure that any questions that have come up while you have been working at home can get resolved. Time to work individually in a quiet place with personalized support, guidance, peer review and/or brainstorming will make up the rest of the day.

Please bring a snack to share, your work, and whatever you need to be comfortable and productive, analytical, creative and reflective. This is your time. It is about you, your students, your work and your National Board Certification. We look forward to supporting you.

22. Autism Collab. Community BOOK STUDY (2:15-3:15)

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: educators

Dates: 2/12/2019

Meeting Times: 2:15 - 3:15 pm (link will be sent via email)

Location: online

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This session will occur via Zoom. Paticipants will be sent a link via email prior to the session.

This session will introduce participants to CASEL's five core social-emotional learning competencies. By reading one of three pre-selected texts, participants will engage in a text-based discussion around driving questions related to social-emotional well-being. Participants will also connect their learning to their work with students with ASD.

23. Autism Collab. Community BOOK STUDY (3:45-4:45)

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: educators

Dates: 2/12/2019

Meeting Times: 3:45 - 4:45 pm (link will be sent via email)

Location: online

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This session will occur via Zoom. Paticipants will be sent a link via email prior to the session.

This session will introduce participants to CASEL's five core social-emotional learning competencies. By reading one of three pre-selected texts, participants will engage in a text-based discussion around driving questions related to social-emotional well-being. Participants will also connect their learning to their work with students with ASD.

24. Instructional Planning Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 2/12/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Seneca Smart Room

The Instructional Planning Council is made up of representatives from all component districts as well as TST BOCES. Each year the Instructional Planning Council creates a set of TST BOCES Regional Priorities that are student centered, systemic and data informed. The council meets monthly to promote both organizational learning and teacher learning that leads to positive measurable outcomes for students.

Instructional Planning Council Meetings will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Seneca Smart Room on the TST BOCES Campus unless indicated otherwise.

25. 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: 2/13/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

26. High School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: High School Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 2/14/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the High School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

High School Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

27. NYS School Bus Monitor Basic Course

Program: TST BOCES Bus Driver Training (COSER 601)

Dates: 2/19/2019 to 2/20/2019

Meeting Times: Feb. 19 - Feb. 20, 8am -2pm

This course will cover the mandatory training required by NYSED. The course will cover the roles and responsibilities of the school bus monitor, student management, children with special needs, loading & unloading the school bus and emergencies/evacuation.

28. Elementary School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Principals

Dates: 2/21/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 to 10:30

Location: Board Room

Elementary School Principals Council
The purpose of the Elementary School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Elementary Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

29. Mental Health Education Curriculum Development Mini-Series (session 2)

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: K-12 educators who teach Mental Health Education

Dates: 3/4/2019

Meeting Times: 3/4/2019 (8:30 am-2:00 pm)

Location: A14

This two-session curriculum writing series will support the development of mental health education and instruction at the elementary level taught by the classroom teacher and at the secondary level taught by the certified health educator. Participants will work both independently and in grade band-alike groups to share resources and to exchange feedback for improvement purposes. Experienced facilitators will be available to assist as needed.
Session 2 will be held on the TST campus in A-Building/Dexheimer (Rm. A14)
Cost is $15/session for component districts; $30/session for non-component districts.
Lunch is on your own (45 mins).
Meet the content area facilitators:
*Dawn Kucerak, Certified Health Educator, Trumansburg HS
*Donna Videto, Professor of Health, has worked in school health education and pedagogy for over 38 years. An American Association of Health Education Fellow and a CDC Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool trainer, she is currently employed by SUNY College at Cortland where Donna teaches graduate and undergraduate students in health education. Donna has a number of national publications including Birch & Videto’s 2015 Promoting Health and Academic Success: The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Approach. With over 150 national, regional and state level presentations at conferences and committee work for the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), AAHE, and the American School Health Association (ASHA). Currently Donna sits on the board for the Foundation for the Association of Health Education (FAHE) and is a member of the SOPHE School Health Education Expert Panel.

30. Listening to the Middle East Session 4 CTLE: Pedagogy

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

Audience: Educators, Community

Dates: 3/5/2019

Meeting Times: 03/05 5:15-6:15

Location: NES Lounge White Hall

Re’ee Hagay and Jonathan Boyarin, “Between the Rivers of Babylon, Cairo's Cafes, and Jerusalem's Synagogues: Sounds and Memories of the Jews from Arab Countries”

For many centuries Jews living in Arab lands participated in the broader cultural tapestry of those countries, including its musical productions in various genres. This session will explore how the music of those Jewish communities both expresses particular Jewish needs and themes, and is at the same time fully and richly "Arabic."

Jonathan Boyarin, a cultural anthropologist, is the Diann G. and Thomas A. Mann Professor of Modern Jewish Studies at Cornell. Re'ee Hagay, PhD student in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Cornell, interested in modern Middle Eastern Jewish sound cultures.
Listening to the Middle East Poster by Laura Brown
Listening to the Middle East Presenters by Laura Brown

31. Middle Level Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Middle Level Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 3/5/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the Middle Level Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Middle Level Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room.

32. Teaching Students with Incarcerated Loved Ones Session 4 of 6

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions.

Dates: 3/5/2019

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Location: A14 except 3/5/2019 will be in Seneca Smart Room

Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions. This workshop series will provide an opportunity for educators to discuss what mass incarceration is and how it affects your students and their families. We will talk about how you can better understand and meet the needs of students with incarcerated members. And, you will learn what teaching resources are available to you.

33. High School Math Teachers Network [SESSION 2 OF 3]

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: High School Math Teachers

Dates: 3/6/2019

Meeting Times: 12/4/18, 3/6/19, 5/29/19 12:30-3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

34. Instructional Planning Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 3/13/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Seneca Smart Room

The Instructional Planning Council is made up of representatives from all component districts as well as TST BOCES. Each year the Instructional Planning Council creates a set of TST BOCES Regional Priorities that are student centered, systemic and data informed. The council meets monthly to promote both organizational learning and teacher learning that leads to positive measurable outcomes for students.

Instructional Planning Council Meetings will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Seneca Smart Room on the TST BOCES Campus unless indicated otherwise.

35. High School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: High School Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 3/14/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the High School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

High School Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

36. National Board Cohort - Writing Retreat #3

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: National Board Certification Candidates

Dates: 3/16/2019

Meeting Times: 9 am to 2:00 pm - TST BOCES Administration Building

Location: A-14

PARTICIPATION IN THIS RETREAT IS CONTINGENT UPON JOINING THE COSER TO SUPPORT THE NATIONAL BOARD WORK IN THE REGION. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU ARE REGISTERED IN "NATIONAL BOARD COACHING" AS A PREREQUISITE TO THIS COURSE.

This workshop is intended for teachers who are pursuing their National Board Certification this year. Our time together will will start with a structured presentation on a topic that will guide your portfolio construction. A question and answer time for the good of the group will ensure that any questions that have come up while you have been working at home can get resolved. Time to work individually in a quiet place with personalized support, guidance, peer review and/or brainstorming will make up the rest of the day.

Please bring a snack to share, your work, and whatever you need to be comfortable and productive, analytical, creative and reflective. This is your time. It is about you, your students, your work and your National Board Certification. We look forward to supporting you.

37. Hilary Davis Mindfulness Zoom Session 3 CTLE Pedagogy

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

Audience: Educators, Administrators, Community

Dates: 3/19/2019

Meeting Times: 03/19/2019 7:00-8:00 pm

Tuesday March 19 7-8pm - Zoom Call

Spring Check-In Talk about the relationship between your own self care and mental health, and your ability to implement a mindful strategy or mindfulness based classroom culture with your students or in your school community. Talk about age specific approaches, pitfalls and the affect of the seasons (indoor, cold, dark v. warm, sunny) on classroom attitudes and mental health.
Join URL: https://tstboces.zoom.us/j/998763114
Copy of Hilary Davis by Sunshine Miller

38. Teaching Students with Incarcerated Loved Ones Session 5 of 6

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions.

Dates: 3/19/2019

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Location: A14 except 3/5/2019 will be in Seneca Smart Room

Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions. This workshop series will provide an opportunity for educators to discuss what mass incarceration is and how it affects your students and their families. We will talk about how you can better understand and meet the needs of students with incarcerated members. And, you will learn what teaching resources are available to you.

39. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 3/20/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

40. Literacy Leadership PLC (LLPLC) 2018-19 - Session 3: March 20, 2019

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: K-12 educators from all content areas who are interested in enhancing their understanding and use of literacy related practices, eager to share those practices, and open to feedback from colleagues

Dates: 3/20/2019

Meeting Times: 3 sessions total: 11/15/18; 1/17/19; 3/20/19 (8:30 - 2:30)

Location: session 3: Room A14

LLPLC aims to advance pedagogical skill, content knowledge, and leadership capacity.
Course content is aligned with the Next Generation ELA Learning Standards and NYSED guidance to support desired curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices. Attention will be given to the topic of “advanced literacies” as well as explicit vocabulary instruction.
Course content is also informed by the TST Regional Priorities: 1. Supporting students’ mental health, and their social-emotional well-being; and, 2. student-driven learning. As such, participants will be invited to explore self-care strategies and methods to cultivate their own and their students’ social-emotional competence and well-being.
Long-term Learning Targets (aligned with the NYS Teaching Standards):
I can design opportunities for students to engage in self-directed learning (NYSTS. II.3);
I can establish goals and expectations for all students that are aligned with learning standards and allow for multiple pathways to achievement (NYSTS. II. 4);
I can evaluate and utilize curricular materials and other appropriate resources to promote student success in meeting learning goals (NYSTS. II.6);
I can monitor and assess student progress, seek and provide feedback, and adapt instruction to student needs (NYSTS. III.6);
I can create a mutually respectful, safe, and supportive learning environment that is inclusive of every student (NYSTS. IV. 1);
I can communicate and collaborate with students, colleagues, other professionals, and the community to improve practice (NYSTS. VII.3).

41. Elementary School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Principals

Dates: 3/21/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 to 10:30

Location: Board Room

Elementary School Principals Council
The purpose of the Elementary School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Elementary Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

42. Grades 2 & 3 Eureka Math: Unpacking the Modules

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Teachers, grades 2 & 3

Dates: 3/26/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

43. AHA Basic First Aid Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 3/28/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

44. Grades 4 & 5 Eureka Math: Unpacking the Modules

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Teachers, grades 4 & 5

Dates: 4/2/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

45. Listening to the Middle East Session 5 CTLE: Pedagogy

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

Audience: Educators, Community

Dates: 4/2/2019

Meeting Times: 04/02 5:15-6:15

Location: NES Lounge White Hall

Andrew Hicks, “Music and Listening in Medieval Persia”

What are the contexts and occasions for making music in the pre-modern Persianate world? And what did that music mean to performers and audiences? This session will explore the wide range of answers to these questions found in various genres of medieval Persian literature.

Andrew Hicks is an Associate Professor of Music and Medieval Studies at Cornell.
Listening to the Middle East Poster by Laura Brown
Listening to the Middle East Presenters by Laura Brown

46. Middle Level Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Middle Level Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 4/2/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the Middle Level Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Middle Level Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room.

47. Teaching Students with Incarcerated Loved Ones Session 6 of 6

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions.

Dates: 4/2/2019

Meeting Times: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Location: A14 except 3/5/2019 will be in Seneca Smart Room

Only open to the people who have already met with the presenter for the initial sessions. This workshop series will provide an opportunity for educators to discuss what mass incarceration is and how it affects your students and their families. We will talk about how you can better understand and meet the needs of students with incarcerated members. And, you will learn what teaching resources are available to you.

48. Wise Wednesdays: Nine Senses of Wellbeing

Program: SUNY Cortland (COSER 505)

Audience: PreK and Kindergarten teachers, paraprofessionals, and other school professionals

Dates: 4/3/2019

Meeting Times: 5:30 - 8:00

Location: The Grange, 100 Grange Pl. Cortland

Wise Wednesdays is a Professional Development Series for preK and kindergarten teachers, paraprofessionals and community and family childcare providers focused on meeting the needs of children birth to kindergarten. Our 18-19 work is focused on social emotional learning. Each session will begin with a light supper and discussion, followed by an interactive learning experience presented by professional educators. Wednesday April 3rd Nine Senses of Wellbeing Dr. Kate McCormick will discuss the importance of understanding and nurturing your own sense of wellbeing in the early childhood workplace.

49. Instructional Planning Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 4/9/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Seneca Smart Room

The Instructional Planning Council is made up of representatives from all component districts as well as TST BOCES. Each year the Instructional Planning Council creates a set of TST BOCES Regional Priorities that are student centered, systemic and data informed. The council meets monthly to promote both organizational learning and teacher learning that leads to positive measurable outcomes for students.

Instructional Planning Council Meetings will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Seneca Smart Room on the TST BOCES Campus unless indicated otherwise.

50. SEL (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

This session is open only to those who have attended sessions 1-3.
Registration ($75) includes participation in the series and the associated fee is billed when the first session of the series is complete.
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

51. PK, K and 1 Eureka Math: Unpacking the Modules

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Teachers, grades PK, K, & 1

Dates: 4/10/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

52. High School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: High School Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 4/11/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the High School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

High School Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

53. PBL 102

Program: Model Schools (COSER 516)

Audience: grades 6-12 ICSD educator teams who have attended PBL 101

Dates: 4/11/2019

Meeting Times: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm, hour-long lunch on your own.

Location: Hancock Street Learning Hub

Did you attend PBL 101? Are you looking for additional time and support to plan and implement a PBL unit in your classroom? If you answered "Yes!", then the PBL 102 series is the perfect opportunity for you! Enjoy facilitated time to develop your PBL unit(s). A variety of anchor texts (including digital resources) combined with peer feedback will be used to illuminate essential PBL design elements and provide you with resources to help you develop and implement engaging and empowering PBL experiences in your own classroom.

Intended learning outcomes will be determined by participants, and center around the driving question; how can we apply a deeper understanding of Project Based Learning to facilitate more effective student learning experiences?

In-person and in-classroom supports for planning, implementation, and reflection will be provided

PBL 102 by Justin DiMatteo

54. Basic Course for School Bus Drivers

Program: TST BOCES Bus Driver Training (COSER 601)

Dates: 4/15/2019 to 4/19/2019

This course is a 30 hour required course by NYSED. The course will cover various topics like student management, drivers role and responsibility, emergency planning, special needs students and much more.

55. Elementary School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Principals

Dates: 4/18/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 to 10:30

Location: Board Room

Elementary School Principals Council
The purpose of the Elementary School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Elementary Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

56. 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: 4/25/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

57. National Board Cohort - Writing Retreat #4

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: National Board Certification Candidates

Dates: 4/27/2019

Meeting Times: 9 am to 2:00 pm - TST BOCES Administration Building

Location: A-14

PARTICIPATION IN THIS RETREAT IS CONTINGENT UPON JOINING THE COSER TO SUPPORT THE NATIONAL BOARD WORK IN THE REGION. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU ARE REGISTERED IN "NATIONAL BOARD COACHING" AS A PREREQUISITE TO THIS COURSE.

This workshop is intended for teachers who are pursuing their National Board Certification this year. Our time together will will start with a structured presentation on a topic that will guide your portfolio construction. A question and answer time for the good of the group will ensure that any questions that have come up while you have been working at home can get resolved. Time to work individually in a quiet place with personalized support, guidance, peer review and/or brainstorming will make up the rest of the day.

Please bring a snack to share, your work, and whatever you need to be comfortable and productive, analytical, creative and reflective. This is your time. It is about you, your students, your work and your National Board Certification. We look forward to supporting you.

58. CPR Initial Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 5/7/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

59. Listening to the Middle East Session 6 CTLE: Pedagogy

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

Audience: Educators, Community

Dates: 5/7/2019

Meeting Times: 05/07 5:15-6:15

Location: NES Lounge White Hall

Ziad Fahmy, “The Sounds of 20th Century Egyptian Weddings and Funerals: From Brass Bands to Wails and Ululations”

During this session, we will survey the evolving street sounds of traditional early to mid-twentieth century Egyptian weddings and funerals, which involved multiple and elaborate street processions and a variety of auditory and visible displays. We will examine the changing roles of street music, singing, loud funerary grieving, and other unique and important verbal and non-verbal vocalizations.

Ziad Fahmy is an Associate Professor of Modern Middle East History at Cornell
Listening to the Middle East Poster by Laura Brown
Listening to the Middle East Presenters by Laura Brown

60. Middle Level Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Middle Level Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 5/7/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the Middle Level Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Middle Level Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room.

61. High School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: High School Principals from our Component Districts and on TST Campus

Dates: 5/9/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Board Room

The purpose of the High School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

High School Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

62. Instructional Planning Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Dates: 5/14/2019

Meeting Times: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Seneca Smart Room

The Instructional Planning Council is made up of representatives from all component districts as well as TST BOCES. Each year the Instructional Planning Council creates a set of TST BOCES Regional Priorities that are student centered, systemic and data informed. The council meets monthly to promote both organizational learning and teacher learning that leads to positive measurable outcomes for students.

Instructional Planning Council Meetings will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Seneca Smart Room on the TST BOCES Campus unless indicated otherwise.

63. AHA Basic First Aid Course

Program: TST BOCES Health and Safety (COSER 506)

Audience: Any district faculty and staff.

Dates: 5/15/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

64. Elementary School Principals' Council

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: Principals

Dates: 5/16/2019

Meeting Times: 8:00 to 10:30

Location: Board Room

Elementary School Principals Council
The purpose of the Elementary School Principals' council is to support principals' efforts to promote positive results for students in their buildings. Through these monthly meetings principals have the opportunity to engage in collegial conversations and network with their peers while receiving updated information regarding state initiatives that impact their work. These meeting promote ongoing learning and professional development.

Elementary Principals' Council Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. All meetings will be located in the Board Room on the TST BOCES Campus.

65. High School Math Teachers Network [SESSION 3 OF 3]

Program: School Improvement Services (COSER 505)

Audience: High School Math Teachers

Dates: 5/29/2019

Meeting Times: 12/4/18, 3/6/19, 5/29/19 12:30-3:00 pm

Location: Seneca Smart Room

66. 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: 6/4/2019

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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

67. 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: 6/5/2019 to 6/6/2019

Meeting Times: Wednesday, June 5, and Thursday, June 6, 2019, from 4:30 to 7:30 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 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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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

68. 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: 6/12/2019 to 6/20/2019

Meeting Times: Wednesday June 12, Thursday, June 13, Wednesday, June 19, and Thursday, June 20, 2019, from 4:30 PM to 7:30 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 School Improvement Services for assistance. (607) 257-1551 ext. 1048 or hbock@tstboces.org

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