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1. NYSAA Self - Directed Training for New Teachers Kickoff (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/27/2021

NewStarting Soon

This Zoom kick off session is designed to set new teachers up for success to complete the self - directed training modules for administering the NYSAA. We will take a tour of the Dynamic Learning Maps website to help you learn what resources are available to you. We will also review the Educator Checklist for 2020 - 2021, which highlights key tasks and responsibilities for administering the NYSAA.

After the kickoff session, participants will work independently in the assessment platform to complete the training. Participants will need to activate their accounts in Educator Portal PRIOR to training. Be sure to work with your CSE Chairperson to complete this step, as training cannot be accessed without account activation. When you have completed the self - directed training modules and passed the quizzes for each module, you will meet the requirements to administer NYSAA to your students.

Registered participants will receive the Zoom link and materials via email the day before the event.

2. Counselor PLC (Zoom Session)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: School Counselors, School Social Workers

Dates: 1/27/2021

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NOTE: This registration link is for counselors in the ONC BOCES region only. Counselors from the DCMO BOCES region should register through the link provided in their regional catalog.

Please join Maizy Jaklitsch (ONC BOCES) and Bill Russell (DCMO BOCES) for a virtual meeting with counseling colleagues from component districts in the ONC and DCMO BOCES regions. We will share local and state updates, provide information about relevant topics, and offer time for round table discussion of issues of concern to participants.

Registered participants will receive a Zoom link a few days before the date of the session.

3. Engaging Online Asynchronous Lessons

Program: School Library System

Audience: Instructors, Instructional Support

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Asynchronous learning is when a teacher develops a pre-built lesson, or pre-recorded video, and provides it for a student to work through at their own pace during the course of a day or week. In this session we will use Google slides and Google Docs templates in order to create a pre-packaged lesson that students will be able to navigate independently. A Zoom link will be sent prior to the workshop.




About the Presenter: Emma Pass wrote the book on hybrid learning. Literally. After being approached by a publisher in the Spring of 2020 about hybrid learning she saw the immediate need and created the abridged version of her title. Pass is a secondary English teacher, Google Certified Trainer/Innovator, and all-things-edtech enthusiast. Emma is passionate about using technology to reach 100% student engagement, differentiate instruction, save time, increase efficiency, and much more. She has taught in Las Vegas, Nevada; London, England; and now lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she teaches middle school English at a hybrid K-12 school.
This presentation will provide Pre-K through 12th grade general and special education teachers an understanding of explicit instruction and Explicit Direct Instruction. Teachers will learn instructional strategies and practice developing an Explicit Direct Instruction lesson plan




***Please be advised there will be mandatory office hours for the asynchronous trainings- Jan.25th, Jan.26th or Jan.29th from 3p-4p, the participant needs to pick one. For additional information, please reach out to Katie Cannon @ Kcannon@oncboces.org***


***This training will be opened for 2 weeks starting 1/15 to 1/29/21 at participants speed. Participant may enroll at anytime between the times shown.***

This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply- erase those that don't):

☐Teachers design, provide, and assess the effectiveness of specially designed instruction to provide students with disabilities with access to participate and progress in the general education curriculum.
☐Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.

5. IEP Development (Cohort 4 ) Asynchronous over 2 weeks starts Jan 18th to the 29th

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and Special Education teachers, Related Service Providers, Administration, School Psychologist

Dates: 1/29/2021

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Description of Workshop:
Participants will learn how to write the following sections of the IEP through activities and learning via Schoology with feedback via Google Forms. The following sections are presented:
1. Regulatory Foundations
2. Present Levels of Performance (Evaluations, Academic, Social, Physical and Management Needs), Effect of Student Needs Statement, Student Needs Relating to Special Factors
3. Transition Measurable Post-Secondary Goals and Transition Needs Statement with Course of Study, Coordinated Set of Transition Activities
4. Measurable Annual Goals (Benchmarks/Objectives)
5. Considerations for Programming and Related Services
6. Supplementary Aides, Assistive Technology, Program Modifications/Accommodations, Supports for School Personnel, Extended School Year, Testing Accommodations
7. Participation is Assessments/Foreign Language and Students without Disabilities, and Special Transportation


This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply- erase those that don't):

☒Parents, and other family members, are engaged as meaningful partners in the special education process and the education of their child.
☒Teachers design, provide, and assess the effectiveness of specially designed instruction to provide students with disabilities with access to participate and progress in the general education curriculum.
☒Schools provide appropriate instruction for students with disabilities in career development and opportunities to participate in work-based learning




*** This Training will be opened for the next two weeks- Jan 18th to the 29th at the participants speed. The participant may enroll at anytime before the end date on Jan 29th 2021.

6. Fostering a Positive School Climate (Virtual)

Program: DASA

Audience: Principals, School Counselors, School Social Workers, School Psychologists, Dignity Act Coordinators

Dates: 2/2/2021

This workshop will focus on strategies for fostering a positive and supportive school climate for students and staff during the pandemic. Participants will have the opportunity to explore specific strategies focused on creating or maintaining school connectedness, whether operating in a virtual, hybrid or in - person environment.

Registered participants will receive the Zoom link and materials via email the day before the event.

No fee for employees of Andes CSD, Charlotte Valley CSD, Cooperstown CSD, Jefferson CSD, Laurens CSD, Oneonta CSD, Roxbury CSD, Schenevus CSD, Stamford CSD, Worcester CSD. There is a $25 fee for all others.

7. Best Practices in Screening for Academic Deficits ( Opened Enrollment starting Jan.19th-Feb.2nd) asynchronous training, opened for 2 weeks, with the follow up office hours

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Literacy Specialists, School Psychologists, General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, any others interested in implementing universal screening

Dates: 2/2/2021

The purpose of this training is to provide participants with an overview of what universal screening is and how to adopt this practice in their schools. At the conclusion of this training, participants should be able to:
1. Define universal screening
2. Describe the purpose of universal screening
3. Describe the features of a high-quality universal screening measure
4. Identify tools to guide them in selecting a universal screening measure
5. Describe ways in which data from a universal screening measure can be used

**ALL PARTICIPANT'S CAN PARTICIPATE AT ANYTIME PLEASE IGNORE THE TIME BELOW**


This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply- erase those that don't):

☐Students engage in self-advocacy and are involved in determining their own educational goals and plan.
☐Parents, and other family members, are engaged as meaningful partners in the special education process and the education of their child.
☐Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☐Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☐Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

8. Dignity Act Coordinator Workshop (Virtual)

Program: DASA

Audience: Principals, Dignity Act Coordinators

Dates: 2/2/2021

NOTE: This is not the mandated 6-hour workshop for certification.

Dignity Act Coordinators play a vital role in setting the school-wide climate in relation to addressing how students and staff react to bullying, discrimination and harassment. This workshop series is designed to provide Dignity Act Coordinators with tools for developing and maintaining an environment free of discrimination and harassment as set forth in the Dignity for All Students Act.

Topics may include strategies for building a safe and inclusive school environment, initiatives and resources to promote respect for diversity, bullying prevention programs and resources, materials for fostering safe and appropriate use of the internet, and activities to increase sensitivity to the experience of specific student populations.

Registered participants will receive the Zoom link and materials via email the day before the event.

No fee for employees of Andes CSD, Charlotte Valley CSD, Cooperstown CSD, Jefferson CSD, Laurens CSD, Oneonta CSD, Roxbury CSD, Schenevus CSD, Stamford CSD, Worcester CSD.

There is a $25 fee for all others.

Intended Audience: Principals and Dignity Act Coordinators.

9. Leading the Way

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Chairpersons, and Teacher Leaders

Dates: 2/3/2021

This four-part leadership series focuses on impacting positive change. The goal for participants is to gain an understanding of and apply implementation science to address the NYSED mandates pertaining to Students with Disabilities. These interactive sessions will provide examples of outstanding leadership and relate them to student needs in special education in terms of transition, academics, equity, & behavior. Discussing and reflecting with regional colleagues, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own goals and work a plan rooted in the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle. Participants must attend all 4 days of training.

This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply):

☒Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☒Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☒Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

10. Leading the Way, Session 2, Afternoon Choice

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Chairpersons, and Teacher Leaders

Dates: 2/3/2021

This four-part leadership series focuses on impacting positive change. The goal for participants is to gain an understanding of and apply implementation science to address the NYSED mandates pertaining to Students with Disabilities. These interactive sessions will provide examples of outstanding leadership and relate them to student needs in special education in terms of transition, academics, equity, & behavior. Discussing and reflecting with regional colleagues, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own goals and work a plan rooted in the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle. Participants must attend all 4 days of training.
Participants may select to attend either the morning OR the afternoon session. This afternoon session is the same as the morning session, on this date.
This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply):

☒Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☒Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☒Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

11. Math Regents Courses Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 2/4/2021


Overview: In this course participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:

- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

May attend one or all meeting dates (listed separately)

12. Middle School Math Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 2/9/2021


Overview: Participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:
- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

13. D.E.I.: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources and Examples in Books for Young Adults

Program: School Library System

Audience: Secondary school librarians and teachers

Dates: 2/10/2021

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Please join us for Teri Lesesne's series of two workshops being offered for secondary school librarians and teachers throughout the Greater CNY SLS region. A Zoom link will be sent to participants prior to the start of the workshop.

Teri is an author, former middle school teacher of English Language Arts and joined the faculty Sam Houston State University where she has taught courses in literature for children and young adults for the past 30 years.

Teri has been active professionally serving on numerous selection committees for NCTE, ILA, and ALA. Committee service includes: The Morris Award, Printz, Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers, Teacher's Choices, Children's Choice, and Odyssey Awards. She serves annually on the Cybils and Audie Awards as well.

14. Online Book Study: The Writing Revolution

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Principals, Teachers, Professional Learning Specialists

Dates: 2/10/2021 to 5/12/2021

A book study on "The Writing Revolution", by Judith Hochman and Natalie Wexler, will explore a clear instructional method for writing that can be applied in all subjects and grade levels. This approach to writing instruction focuses on specific techniques, beginning at the sentence level and progressing through every step of the writing process, to teach students to become dramatically better writers. Participants will read "The Writing Revolution" in four parts, with discussion and brainstorming of implementation strategies occurring after each section.

Individuals who sign up will be provided a copy of the book.

**Sign up ends February 2 to give participants time to read the first section of the book.**

15. IEP Development (Cohort 5 ) Asynchronous over 2 weeks starts Feb 1 thru Feb 12th

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and Special Education teachers, Related Service Providers, Administration, School Psychologist

Dates: 2/12/2021

Description of Workshop:
Participants will learn how to write the following sections of the IEP through activities and learning via Schoology with feedback via Google Forms. The following sections are presented:
1. Regulatory Foundations
2. Present Levels of Performance (Evaluations, Academic, Social, Physical and Management Needs), Effect of Student Needs Statement, Student Needs Relating to Special Factors
3. Transition Measurable Post-Secondary Goals and Transition Needs Statement with Course of Study, Coordinated Set of Transition Activities
4. Measurable Annual Goals (Benchmarks/Objectives)
5. Considerations for Programming and Related Services
6. Supplementary Aides, Assistive Technology, Program Modifications/Accommodations, Supports for School Personnel, Extended School Year, Testing Accommodations
7. Participation is Assessments/Foreign Language and Students without Disabilities, and Special Transportation


This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply- erase those that don't):

☒Parents, and other family members, are engaged as meaningful partners in the special education process and the education of their child.
☒Teachers design, provide, and assess the effectiveness of specially designed instruction to provide students with disabilities with access to participate and progress in the general education curriculum.
☒Schools provide appropriate instruction for students with disabilities in career development and opportunities to participate in work-based learning




*** This Training will be opened for the next two weeks- Feb 1st - 12th at the participants speed. The participant may enroll at anytime before the end date on Feb 12th 2021.

16. Transition in the IEP and Transition Assessments cohort 1 (Asynchronous over 2 weeks) starting Feb.1 through the 19th

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Teachers, Committee on Special Education (CSE) chairpersons, school counselors, school psychologists and other staff involved with the development of the student's IEP.

Dates: 2/19/2021

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Transition in the IEP: This training was developed to help guide individualized education program (IEP) development with a focus on transition planning. The goals of this training are to:
1. Understand transition services and the practices of implementation as delineated in New York State Education Law (NYS) and Regulations
2. Capture and implement these practices into a clearly articulated process
3. Develop practices that support appropriately developed individualized education programs (IEPs)
4. Increase the successful transition of youth with disabilities in NYS

Transition Assessment: This training was developed to promote the use of age-appropriate transition assessment information to help guide individualized education program (IEP) development. The goals of this training are to ensure participants can:
1. Define transition assessment
2. Identify transition assessments that are useful in developing post-secondary goals in the area of Education/Training Employment and Independent Living
3. Utilize transition assessment information to guide development of the IEP



*** This training will be available for 2 weeks, starting Feb.1st through Feb.19th. All participants will be able to work at their own pace till the end date of Feb.19th.***


This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply- erase those that don't):

☒Students engage in self-advocacy and are involved in determining their own educational goals and plan.
☒Parents, and other family members, are engaged as meaningful partners in the special education process and the education of their child.
☒Schools provide appropriate instruction for students with disabilities in career development and opportunities to participate in work-based learning.

17. Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Mandated 6 Hour Certification Workshop (ONLINE)

Program: DASA

Audience: Principals, Teachers, LTA's, Coaches

Dates: 2/26/2021

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The New York State Education Department (NYSED) Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) requires that candidates applying for certification, including educators with initial certification applying for professional certification, complete 6 hours of coursework or training on harassment, bullying, cyber bullying, and discrimination in schools [Article 2 Sections 10-18 of the Education Law]. This training also addresses microaggressions and social patterns of harassment, bullying, and discrimination. NYSED has temporarily authorized approved trainers to offer this workshop entirely online due to the COVID-19 crisis.

This fully online workshop runs from 2/26 - 3/9. Participants work at their own pace during this window, to complete all tasks and assignments by the course end date (March 9th). The course is composed of 7 modules, each consisting of recorded lectures, videos, readings, and activities. Participants will need access to a computer or device with internet access that will allow them to watch videos, view and complete documents in PDF format, complete Google Forms, and engage in online activities.

Registration ends on Monday, 2/22. Payment must be received no later than Thursday, 2/25. Please mail your CHECK or MONEY ORDER ONLY to:

ONC BOCES, Attn: Audra DeSilva, 7352 State Hwy 23, Suite 3, Oneonta, NY 13820. (Payable to: ONC BOCES)

No fee for employees of: Andes CSD, Charlotte Valley CSD, Cooperstown CSD, Jefferson CSD, Laurens CSD, Oneonta CSD, Roxbury CSD, Schenevus CSD, Stamford CSD, Worcester CSD

There is a $50 fee for all others.

On Thursday, 2/25 all registered participants will receive an email providing instructions for accessing the course. Upon completion, ONC BOCES will report your completion electronically. If you fail to complete this course by Tuesday, March 9th, you would need to register to retake the entire course again at the next offering.

18. Hot off the Press: Best New Books for YA (MS/HS) Readers

Program: School Library System

Audience: Secondary school librarians and teachers

Dates: 3/3/2021

New
Please join us for Teri Lesesne's series of two workshops being offered for secondary school librarians and teachers throughout the Greater CNY SLS region. A Zoom link will be sent to participants prior to the start of the workshop.

Teri is an author, former middle school teacher of English Language Arts and joined the faculty Sam Houston State University where she has taught courses in literature for children and young adults for the past 30 years.

Teri has been active professionally serving on numerous selection committees for NCTE, ILA, and ALA. Committee service includes: The Morris Award, Printz, Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers, Teacher's Choices, Children's Choice, and Odyssey Awards. She serves annually on the Cybils and Audie Awards as well.

19. Leading the Way

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Chairpersons, and Teacher Leaders

Dates: 3/3/2021

This four-part leadership series focuses on impacting positive change. The goal for participants is to gain an understanding of and apply implementation science to address the NYSED mandates pertaining to Students with Disabilities. These interactive sessions will provide examples of outstanding leadership and relate them to student needs in special education in terms of transition, academics, equity, & behavior. Discussing and reflecting with regional colleagues, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own goals and work a plan rooted in the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle. Participants must attend all 4 days of training.

This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply):

☒Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☒Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☒Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

20. Leading the Way, Session 3 Afternoon Choice

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Chairpersons, and Teacher Leaders

Dates: 3/3/2021

This four-part leadership series focuses on impacting positive change. The goal for participants is to gain an understanding of and apply implementation science to address the NYSED mandates pertaining to Students with Disabilities. These interactive sessions will provide examples of outstanding leadership and relate them to student needs in special education in terms of transition, academics, equity, & behavior. Discussing and reflecting with regional colleagues, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own goals and work a plan rooted in the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle. Participants must attend all 4 days of training.
Participants may select either the morning or afternoon session. These are identical sessions, offered twice on one day.
This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply):

☒Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☒Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☒Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

21. Math Regents Courses Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 3/4/2021


Overview: In this course participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:

- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

May attend one or all meeting dates (listed separately)

22. Regional Model Schools Workshop

Program: Model Schools

Audience: Principals, Superintendents, Teachers, Paraprofessionals (Support Staff), Professional Learning Specialists, Technology Directors and Coordinators, Librarians, Technology Integration Specialists and IT/Network Admins

Dates: 3/5/2021

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The goal of Model Schools is to build regional relationships to promote technology initiatives. This includes facilitating the integration of technology into the classroom in efforts to positively impact student achievement. This workshop will cover remote engagement practices, gamification, collaborative discussions and more.

Intended Audience: Principals, Superintendents, Teachers, Paraprofessionals (Support Staff), Professional Learning Specialists, Technology Directors and Coordinators, Librarians, Technology Integration Specialists and IT/Network Admins

23. Middle School Math Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 3/9/2021


Overview: Participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:
- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

24. REN Social Studies: US History & Government New Framework Regents Exam (VIRTUAL)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Principals, Teachers, LTA's

Dates: 3/12/2021


This is a half day VIRTUAL learning opportunity. The structure of the day includes an opportunity to virtually engage with colleagues across the region, as well as some independent offline time. Participants will be guided through the Part III Civic Literacy Essay task, including sample student papers. Resources from SED will be shared, with an opportunity to discuss questions and considerations for instructional shifts that may need to be made.

If in the case the June Regents are cancelled, more of the learning will focus on preparing curriculum, instruction, and assessments that support students in gaining the knowledge and skills that match the changes to the Regents.

25. Leading the Way

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Chairpersons, and Teacher Leaders

Dates: 3/31/2021

This four-part leadership series focuses on impacting positive change. The goal for participants is to gain an understanding of and apply implementation science to address the NYSED mandates pertaining to Students with Disabilities. These interactive sessions will provide examples of outstanding leadership and relate them to student needs in special education in terms of transition, academics, equity, & behavior. Discussing and reflecting with regional colleagues, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own goals and work a plan rooted in the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle. Participants must attend all 4 days of training.

This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply):

☒Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☒Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☒Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

26. Leading the Way, Session 4, Afternoon session

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrators, Chairpersons, and Teacher Leaders

Dates: 3/31/2021

This four-part leadership series focuses on impacting positive change. The goal for participants is to gain an understanding of and apply implementation science to address the NYSED mandates pertaining to Students with Disabilities. These interactive sessions will provide examples of outstanding leadership and relate them to student needs in special education in terms of transition, academics, equity, & behavior. Discussing and reflecting with regional colleagues, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own goals and work a plan rooted in the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle. Participants must attend all 4 days of training.
Participants may select either the morning OR afternoon session. These are duplicate sessions offered on the same day.
This training topic aligns with the following guiding principles from the NYSED Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities (check all that apply):

☒Teachers provide research-based instructional teaching and learning strategies and supports for students with disabilities.
☒Schools provide multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support.
☒Schools provide high quality inclusive programs and activities.

27. Middle School Math Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 4/13/2021


Overview: Participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:
- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

28. Math Regents Courses Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 4/15/2021


Overview: In this course participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:

- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

May attend one or all meeting dates (listed separately)

29. Middle School Math Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 5/25/2021


Overview: Participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:
- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

30. Math Regents Courses Regional Collaboration (Virtual)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Dates: 6/3/2021


Overview: In this course participants will examine instructional strategies that strengthen students' ability to solve fluency, conceptual modeling, and real world application problems. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to each session's agenda. There will be time to learn, share, and create the instructional materials to implement these strategies.

Outcomes:

- Identify patterns and gaps of learning from analyzing state test results
- Create and share materials, strategies, and best practices to share with the group
- Identify and describe techniques for differentiating instruction for below and above grade-level students
- Design a plan for each session

May attend one or all meeting dates (listed separately)