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1. Lead Evaluator Training for Principals NEW School year

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Principals, Administratively certified educators

Dates: 10/1/2021

This virtual session is the synchronous component of our APPR Lead Evaluator Training for principals who observe teachers. Participants will also need to complete the asynchronous portion.

This synchronous session, coupled with the asynchronous component, will meet the APPR requirements of Lead Evaluator training.

This training is for administrators who have not attended Lead Evaluator training in the past.

Registered participants will receive the asynchronous log in information. Participants will receive the Zoom link to the synchronous session.

This is considered five hours of learning time due to the hours of asynchronous work completed prior to the synchronous session.

2. Regional Team Visits (RTV) Meeting

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: RPC Specialists

Dates: 1/27/2022

Starting Today
Regional Team Visits with TAPs and OSE

3. Regional Team Visits (RTV) Meeting

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: RPC Specialists

Dates: 1/28/2022

Starting Soon
Regional Team Visits with TAPs and OSE

4. Classroom Management with Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) Training


Asynchronous training starting from Dec.20th through Jan. 31st 2022

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrator, Director of Special Education, CSE Chairperson, Teaching Staff, and Support Staff

Dates: 1/31/2022

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Participants will understand important classroom management strategies that can be used in the classroom environment, as well as ways to take these strategies and adapt them to manage the virtual classroom. Participants will be able to implement these strategies in both an in-person and virtual setting to reduce classroom behavioral problems.

Participants will learn positive behavior support and classroom management strategies including:
1) Arranging the physical environment
2) Defining, teaching, and acknowledging expectations and rules
3) Defining and teaching classroom procedures and routines
4) Active supervision
5) Behavior specific praise
6) Response strategies for inappropriate behavior
7) Class-wide group contingencies
8) Multiple opportunities to respond
9) Positive Greeting at the door


*** Please note: This a asynchronous training starting from Dec. 20th through Jan. 31st 2022. Once enrolled the participant will be able to complete this training at their own speed until the end date of Jan 31st 2022.***
Learn how to make, edit and interpret carts. We will also take a look at notification preferences, adding Teacher accounts to Marketplace, and reports. There will also be time for Q&A.

6. Statewide Itinerant Supervisor PLC

Program: Itinerant Services

Dates: 2/4/2022

New
Meeting to discuss current issues and brainstorm ideas to improve Itinerant Services within BOCES.

7. Testing Accommodations

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Building Principals/Administrators, Committee on Special Education (CSE) Chairpersons, Parents/Families

Dates: 2/8/2022

This training was developed to promote the understanding and appropriate use of test accommodations for students with disabilities. The training is intended to provide information related to the decision-making process and types of test accommodations, as well as the documentation of appropriate accommodations on the individualized education program (IEP).

- Participants will:
*know the purpose of test accommodations.
*define test accommodations.
*understand their role in supporting a student with their test accommodations.
*recognize that instructional accommodations used in the classroom should be aligned with the testing accommodations provided during assessment.
- Students will be provided access to and participate in general education curriculum and in courses that will prepare them to take and pass the required examinations.

Outcomes:
- Student's IEP shall include the documentation of any individual testing accommodations to be used consistently by the student in the recommended educational program and in the administration of districtwide and state assessments.
- Recommendations for testing accommodations will be made by the CSE/504 Team as per regulatory guidance and SED publication 1/4 Testing Accommodations for Students with Disability: Policy and Tools to Guide Decision Making and Implementation (Sept. 2019)

8. CPSE/CSE Roundtable - Transition Sections of the IEP (PM)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Secretaries

Dates: 2/8/2022

CPSE/CSE Secretaries from the DCMO and ONC component districts can attend a monthly roundtable to discuss the topic of the month and brainstorm/troubleshoot common aspects of the job in a collaborative forum. For now, all meetings will be via Zoom until we have further guidance about in-person trainings. Any or all can be attended. You are not required to attend all unless you want to.

- February- Transition Sections of the IEP
- March- Programs and Services
- April- Accommodations and Modifications
- May- Extended School Year
- June- End of Year Procedures

9. Overdrive Marketplace for Librarians: SORA Marketing

Program: School Library System

Dates: 2/9/2022

Get familiar with the different Marketing templates available in Marketplace. We will use them to create a flyer with LibraryAware. There will also be time for Q&A.

10. Next Steps with Specially Designed Instruction

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Special education teachers, general education teachers, and other educational professionals in need of training on the basic elements of SDI for students with disabilities


Dates: 2/10/2022

This one-day training teaches the fundamentals of specially designed instruction (SDI) required by Federal and State regulations for students receiving special education services. Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to:

- Define Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)
- Describe and understand Federal and New York State regulatory guidelines for SDI
- Differentiate SDI from general education instruction
- Identify what elements of instruction may be adapted in SDI
- Identify and describe the differences between SDI accommodations and modifications
- Develop SDI based upon individual student needs using concepts and skills learned during this training

11. Virtual Steam Workshop

Program: School Library System

Audience: School Librarians in the ONC BOCES region

Dates: 2/10/2022

Get hands-on learning time with the KOOV and Edison Robots in this virtual workshop. Both the KOOV and Edison Robots are offered for loan through the Media Library Service of the School Library System. Edison is a programmable robot for students from 4 to 16 years of age. The Edison robot can be used with 4 different types of coding platforms allowing it to be used for students at all levels. The Edison robot requires a device with an audio jack. We will take the time to look at each type of coding that can be used with the Edison Robot as well as explore Edison lesson resources. KOOV combines digital coding with physical building and is geared towards students ages 8 and up. For working with the KOOV platform we recommend using a PC or Chromebook type device with a mouse over a tablet for the best experience. We will take the time to build a KOOV "recipe" and code our builds with the SONY KOOV platform as well as explore teacher resources.

Registration is limited and participants will be lent both Robots for this workshop.

12. Transition Process SPP 13 Targeted Skills Group: Invites and Student Exit Summaries

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and Special Education Teachers, related service providers, agency representatives (providers), school psychologists, school (guidance) counselors, CSE Chairperson, and administrators

Dates: 2/10/2022


As a follow up to the October 18, 2021, Virtual Overview of the Indicator 13-Transition Self-Review, this training we will continue to take a deeper dive into transition in an IEP, focusing on Required Invitees as it reflects student and/or parent voice and preparation for post-school transition. There will be time to explore a sample of your IEPs that you bring with you or have access to. Allowing you go use a critical lens to determine areas of strength and need to take back to the district and implement to prepare for the SPP Indicator 13 Self-Review Process and Reporting that each district will partake in every 6 years.

This training will also allow take a deeper dive into the required Student Exit Summaries (SES) for students with disabilities and the skills and strategies to create Student Exit Summaries that students will be able to utilize as they transition from school. We will focus on the Student Exit Summaries for students with disabilities that are not alternative assessed.



***It is recommended that each district send at least two participants. There will be some time built into the session to work on IEPs with your district partner(s) on the topic covered. Please bring with you or have access to at least one of each of the following IEPs for students that would be included in the self-review process (15 yrs. or older): -Out of District/BOCES placement -Consultant Teacher -Resource Room -NYSAA -Home Instruction (if appropriate)

13. Esports Pilot - Virtual Get Together

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/11/2022


Join us for this once monthly, one hour get-together to collectively learn, troubleshoot and brainstorm. We will discuss the successes and failures of your Esports Program so far, and work together to support each other and make regional Esports grow.

14. School Culture Recharged Book Study 2/14 - 4/19 (Asynchronous and Zoom)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Principals, Superintendents, Dignity Act Coordinators, School Leadership Team Members

Dates: 2/14/2022 to 4/19/2022


In the words of Peter Drucker, "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." A positive school culture can improve student outcomes and staff job satisfaction and morale. This course explores the book "School Culture Recharged: Strategies to Energize Your Staff and Culture" by Steve Gruenert & Todd Whitaker. This book is packed with recommendations and strategies to make positive changes in your school culture. Participants will be provided with a copy of the book.

The book study begins Monday, February 14th. Participants will complete readings and engage in asynchronous discussion each week. In addition, we will get together via Zoom sessions to engage in discussion about how to implement ideas from the reading:
Tuesday, 3/15 @ 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Tuesday, 4/19 @ 3:30 - 4:30 pm

Registration closes Friday, February 4th in order to allow time for us to send the book via van mail.

Free for subscribers to DASA Co-Ser: Andes CSD, Charlotte Valley CSD, Cooperstown CSD, Jefferson CSD, Laurens CSD, Oneonta CSD, Roxbury CSD, Schenevus CSD, Stamford CSD, Worcester CSD

$100 fee for non-subscribers.

15. Science of Reading 101- Asynchronous Workshop

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers, Paraprofessionals (Support Staff)

Dates: 2/14/2022

New

Have you heard the buzz about the Science of Reading and wanted to know more?

Topics include:
- What is the science of reading?
- Why does it matter?
- What happens in the brain as we read?
- How does the science of reading impact reading instruction?

This asynchronous course is worth 3 professional development hours. The course will run from February 14 - March 11. Participants may complete the coursework at any time during this window. Course materials are provided via Padlet, and require the ability to watch videos, read materials, and post responses from your personal device. Participants will receive a link to the course materials on February 14.

16. Database Vendor Fair

Program: School Library System

Audience: School Librarians

Dates: 2/14/2022

The BOCES will host a vendor showcase on 2/14/22 8:00 am - 3:00 pm. This showcase will give school librarians the opportunitiy to see what is offered by our vendors. We are setting up a schedule which will include links, supplied by each vendor, to join each session. Each vendor will have 20 minutes for a presentation that includes details about their product(s). After the presentation, participants may leave or stay on and talk with the vendor if they have questions. Participants may join one session or multiple sessions depending on their interest and availability. Registrants will be sent the Zoom links for each vendor's presentation prior to the workshop date.

17. Small Cities CSE Collaborative (Invitation Only)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Personnel from the follow districts- Cooperstown CSD, Oneonta CSD, Sidney CSD, Norwich CSD, Sherburne-Earlville CSD, Delaware Academy, Walton CSD, Bainbridge-Guilford CSD, and Greene CSD.

Dates: 2/15/2022

Component districts of both ONC BOCES and DCMO BOCES will come together to discuss CSE topics that larger districts encounter to collaborate and brainstorm solutions. Topics may include interventions/referrals. Absenteeism, dropout/graduation rates, related services, etc. Zoom will be the platform until we receive further guidance about in-person trainings.

18. PBIS Collaborative (Fifth Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrator, Director of Special Education, CSE Chairperson, Special Education Teaching Staff, School Psychologist, School Social Worker, Classroom Teacher,

Dates: 2/16/2022

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based three-tiered framework for improving and integrating all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. It is a way to support everyone 1/4 especially students with disabilities 1/4 to create the kinds of schools where all students are successful.

Participants will be able to:

Discuss and develop systems in schools using data and practices to improve student outcomes.

Support decision making, student behavior, staff behavior, as well as social competence and academic outcomes.

Content will be different during each session.


***1 hour session with a total of 9 hours if attending all 9 sessions***


***ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT UPON REGISTRATION***
We will start customizing branding blocks and creating a foundation for organizing your flyers and other items. We will also look at your basic settings and discuss ways to optimize your searching within LibraryAware. Recommended to have Microsoft Publisher available to use during this session (or if you don't have that software, something comparable)

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

Program: DASA

Audience: Principals, Teachers, LTA's, Coaches

Dates: 2/18/2022


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 2/18 - 3/02. Participants work at their own pace during this window, to complete all tasks and assignments by the course end date (Mar 2nd). 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 Friday, 2/11. Payment must be received no later than Wednesday, 2/16. 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 $100 fee for all others.

On Thursday, 2/17 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 Wednesday, March 2nd, you would need to register and pay to retake the entire course again at the next offering.

21. Next Generation Learning Standards Refresher (Asynchronous Online Course)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers, PreK-8 Teachers

Dates: 2/18/2022


This asynchronous, self-paced course is for teachers who would like an introduction to the Next Generation Learning Standards and supporting resources or a refresher of what you may have learned a couple years ago. The course is made up of document links, videos, slide decks and reflection forms. You will have the opportunity to complete a Jigsaw, a Scavenger Hunt for your grade level, and a deep dive into the Crosswalks at your grade level.

Asynchronous Online Course beginning Friday, Feb 18th; ending Friday, Mar 18th.

22. NYSAA Self - Directed Training for New Teachers Kickoff (Zoom Session)

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/18/2022

New

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 2021 - 2022, 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 self - directed training modules. 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.

23. TCI Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Initial Training (4 Day Course)

Program: TCI

Audience: Teachers and Staff who support Students in Crisis Situations

Dates: 2/22/2022 to 2/25/2022

The Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) training program presents a crisis prevention and intervention model designed to teach staff how to help children learn constructive ways to handle crisis.

The skills, knowledge, and professional judgment of staff in responding to crises are critical factors in helping young people learn constructive and adaptive ways to deal with frustration, failure, anger, rejection, hurt, and depression.
Program Objectives include:
-Proactively preventing and/or de-escalating a potential crisis situation with a child or young person
-Managing a crisis situation in a therapeutic manner
-If necessary, intervening physically in a manner that reduces the risk of harm to children and staff
-Processing the crisis event with children and young people to help improve their coping strategies

24. IMSE Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Training - Online Course - **Open to ONC BOCES component district teachers only.**

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers, LTA's, Staff Developers

Dates: 3/1/2022 to 3/28/2022

Wait List
The IMSE Comprehensive course is an interactive, and personalized class that provides a complete understanding of IMSE's enhanced Orton-Gillingham method and the tools necessary to apply it in the classroom as well as the importance of a Structured Literacy program. After participating in this training, teachers will have an understanding of the structure and foundation of the English language. Teachers will have an awareness of how to assess and teach students with dyslexia as well as students in all three tiers of RTI. Teachers will be able to evaluate and teach students in phonological skills, phonics/word recognition, spelling, writing, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

This virtual course is synchronous which means that participants will need to be on their computers 6 hours a day for the five days of training.
Participants must have access to a computer with a working camera and mic. The interaction component is essential.
IPads and phones do not integrate with all of the Zoom capabilities and so do not provide the full, rich experience.
All participants must have access to reliable internet.

A small amount of reading, outside of the hours of this course, is required.

1-hour lunch break.

**Open to ONC BOCES component district teachers only.**

25. Special Class (Self-Contained) Roundtable

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Special class teachers (12:1:1, 15:1, etc.)

Dates: 3/1/2022

This roundtable will allow special class teachers (12:1:1, 15:1, etc.) to come together to discuss and collaborate with one another. We will take a deep dive into the DLM Essential Elements for students who are alternately assessed (NYSAA) and how to utilize them for instructional purposes as well as for IEP Development.

26. Roundtable for Intervention Teachers

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Intervention teachers, AIS and RtI providers, general education teachers, special education teachers

Dates: 3/1/2022

Facilitated work time for staff members who provide class wide, small group, or individual interventions via RtI or AIS roundtable to collaborate and learn together while using benchmarking/progress monitoring data to identify appropriate skill-based interventions to meet the needs of all students.

27. Reading for Diversity: 57 Bus

Program: School Library System

Audience: School librarians and teachers in the ONC BOCES region

Dates: 3/1/2022

An invitation to read and discuss diverse, award-winning titles with your School Library System and other ONC colleagues. A great opportunity to brainstorm ideas on bringing diversity into the classroom.

In the month of February, participants will read The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater loaned to you by the School Library System. Please email jruffino@oncboces.org if you would prefer a digital copy. We will meet on March 1 at 3:15pm via Zoom to discuss key elements and themes. Lesson ideas and plans will be included when available. CTLE credit will be given. A Zoom link will be emailed to participants the day prior to meeting.
Now that you have set your branding blocks, we will take a look at how to work with different types of marketing formats - specifically the differences between editing flyers, bookmarks and brochures. Working with different types of publications is different in LibraryAware and this session will help you understand those differences.

29. Bullying Prevention 101 Part 1 (Zoom Session)

Program: DASA

Audience: School counselors, social workers, psychologists, and Dignity Act Coordinators

Dates: 3/7/2022

New

The Bullying Prevention 101 two -part series will focus on providing participants with knowledge and resources to implement effective bullying prevention programs in schools. Participants will register for each session separately.

In the first session, offered via Zoom, we will focus on best practices for addressing bullying in schools through a tiered system of instruction and interventions. Participants will learn about effective prevention strategies, conduct a brief self - assessment to evaluate current practices, and identify areas of improvement in their current bullying prevention programs.

Free for subscribers to DASA Co-Ser: Andes CSD, Charlotte Valley CSD, Cooperstown CSD, Jefferson CSD, Laurens CSD, Oneonta CSD, Roxbury CSD, Schenevus CSD, Stamford CSD, Worcester CSD

$50 fee for non-subscribers.

30. Identifying and Intensifying Interventions: What To Do and How To Do It

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Literacy Specialists; Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers; School Psychologists; Principals

Dates: 3/15/2022

Introductory PD on instructional matching: Participants will be able to identify and differentiate between skill-based, fluency-based, and performance-based interventions Participants will learn when each of these approaches is appropriate, given the nature of the observed problem. Participants will learn how to titrate the intensity of intervention to the learner as a response to instruction

*** Please be aware the last day to receive delivered materials will be the week before the training start date of 3/15/22 ***

31. IMSE Comprehensive REFRESHER Orton-Gillingham Training - Online Course - **Open to ONC BOCES component district teachers only.**

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers, LTA's, Staff Developers

Dates: 3/16/2022

The IMSE Comprehensive REFRESHER is a beneficial workshop that reinforces material learned at IMSE's Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Training. In the Refresher, an IMSE trainer and teachers come together to review OG strategies, IMSE Assessment and lesson planning.

This is a virtual offering; participants must have access to a computer with a working camera and mic. All participants must have access to reliable internet.

1-hour lunch break.

**Open to ONC BOCES component district teachers only.**

32. PBIS Collaborative (Sixth Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrator, Director of Special Education, CSE Chairperson, Special Education Teaching Staff, School Psychologist, School Social Worker, Classroom Teacher,

Dates: 3/16/2022

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based three-tiered framework for improving and integrating all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. It is a way to support everyone 1/4 especially students with disabilities 1/4 to create the kinds of schools where all students are successful.

Participants will be able to:

Discuss and develop systems in schools using data and practices to improve student outcomes.

Support decision making, student behavior, staff behavior, as well as social competence and academic outcomes.

Content will be different during each session.


***1 hour session with a total of 9 hours if attending all 9 sessions***


***ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT UPON REGISTRATION***

33. Esports Pilot - Virtual Get Together

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/18/2022


Join us for this once monthly, one hour get-together to collectively learn, troubleshoot and brainstorm. We will discuss the successes and failures of your Esports Program so far, and work together to support each other and make regional Esports grow.

34. LibraryAware for Librarians: Outreach - Newsletters & E-blasts

Program: School Library System

Dates: 3/24/2022

Get started on your outreach to parents or staff by using Newsletters and E-blasts. We will take a look a settings, subscribers and editing related to these features.

35. Understandings the NYSAA 1% (AM Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CSE Chairperson, Director of Special Education, special education teacher, building administrators

Dates: 3/28/2022

This presentation is foundational learning to understand NYSAA, examine Federal requirements, analyze NYSED guidance to determine systems or needs that are lacking in the EO in order to lower NYSAA participation rates.

36. Understandings the NYSAA 1% (PM Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CSE Chairperson, Director of Special Education, special education teacher, building administrators

Dates: 3/28/2022

This presentation is foundational learning to understand NYSAA, examine Federal requirements, analyze NYSED guidance to determine systems or needs that are lacking in the EO in order to lower NYSAA participation rates.

37. Creating the IEP

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and special education teachers, psychologists, related services and chairpersons. Administrators who may be in a dual administrative role should as chairpersons or directors of special education.


Dates: 3/29/2022

Participants will develop their understanding of the components of a quality IEP designed to provide students with disabilities access to the general education curriculum.

38. The Best Young Adult Books

Program: School Library System

Dates: 4/5/2022

Join us for a remote workshop with Kathleen Odean, expert on children's and young adult books. Kathleen will present on the best new books for your students, both fiction and nonfiction. The books will be presented in alphabetical order by author. Zoom link will be sent to registrants prior to the workshop.

39. Diploma and Credential Options for Students with Disabilities

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and Special Education Administrators, Special Education Teachers, School Counselors, School Psychologists and other Related Service Providers.


Dates: 4/6/2022

This training is designed to ensure that students with disabilities and their families are aware of the multiple pathways to graduate school with a diploma and exiting credentials.
1. Define Self-Determination
2. Discuss credit requirements for graduation
3. Discuss the multiple pathways to Regents diploma
4. Discuss appeal eligibility criteria
5. Discuss safety nets for students with disabilities
6. Discuss exiting credentials

40. CPSE/CSE Roundtable - Accommodations and Modifications (PM)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Secretaries

Dates: 4/6/2022

CPSE/CSE Secretaries from the DCMO and ONC component districts can attend a monthly roundtable to discuss the topic of the month and brainstorm/troubleshoot common aspects of the job in a collaborative forum. For now, all meetings will be via Zoom until we have further guidance about in-person trainings. Any or all can be attended. You are not required to attend all unless you want to.

- April- Accommodations and Modifications
- May- Extended School Year
- June- End of Year Procedures

41. Explicit Vocabulary Instruction for Teachers

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Literacy Specialists; Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers; School Psychologists; Principals

Dates: 4/7/2022

PD on embedding explicit vocabulary instruction into primarily Tier I instruction:
Participants will be able to explain the importance of robust vocabulary instruction for students in the elementary grades.​
Participants will understand how explicit instruction can be applied to vocabulary instruction.​
Participants will be able to describe key features of vocabulary instruction and identify ways to incorporate vocabulary instruction into different parts of the school day.


*** Please be aware the last day to receive delivered materials will be the week before the training start date of 4/7/22 ***

42. Small Cities CSE Collaborative (Invitation Only)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Personnel from the follow districts- Cooperstown CSD, Oneonta CSD, Sidney CSD, Norwich CSD, Sherburne-Earlville CSD, Delaware Academy, Walton CSD, Bainbridge-Guilford CSD, and Greene CSD.

Dates: 4/7/2022

Component districts of both ONC BOCES and DCMO BOCES will come together to discuss CSE topics that larger districts encounter to collaborate and brainstorm solutions. Topics may include interventions/referrals. Absenteeism, dropout/graduation rates, related services, etc. Zoom will be the platform until we receive further guidance about in-person trainings.

43. NYSAA 1% (AM Session 2 )

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CSE Chairperson, Director of Special Education, special education teacher, building administrators

Dates: 4/19/2022

This presentation is foundational learning to understand NYSAA, examine Federal requirements, analyze NYSED guidance to determine systems or needs that are lacking in the EO in order to lower NYSAA participation rates.

44. NYSAA 1% (PM Session 2 )

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CSE Chairperson, Director of Special Education, special education teacher, building administrators

Dates: 4/19/2022

This presentation is foundational learning to understand NYSAA, examine Federal requirements, analyze NYSED guidance to determine systems or needs that are lacking in the EO in order to lower NYSAA participation rates.

45. PBIS Collaborative (Seventh Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrator, Director of Special Education, CSE Chairperson, Special Education Teaching Staff, School Psychologist, School Social Worker, Classroom Teacher,

Dates: 4/20/2022

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based three-tiered framework for improving and integrating all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. It is a way to support everyone 1/4 especially students with disabilities 1/4 to create the kinds of schools where all students are successful.

Participants will be able to:

Discuss and develop systems in schools using data and practices to improve student outcomes.

Support decision making, student behavior, staff behavior, as well as social competence and academic outcomes.

Content will be different during each session.


***1 hour session with a total of 9 hours if attending all 9 sessions***


***ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT UPON REGISTRATION***

46. Developing an Effective Student Exit Summary

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and special education teachers and administrators, school counselors, transition coordinators, agency staff, as well as students and families

Dates: 4/21/2022

This training contains information on the development and provision of an effective exit summary for students. It will cover both the traditional exit summary and the exit summary provided with the Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential.

The goals of this training are to ensure participants will recognize and identify:
1. Analyze the importance of students' self-determination skills in making the SES a meaningful and relevant document
2. Learn the federal and state requirements for the SES
3. Recognize and identify the required components of the SES
4. Identify a process for the development and issuance of the SES that that is student-centered

47. Esports Pilot - Virtual Get Together

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/22/2022


Join us for this once monthly, one hour get-together to collectively learn, troubleshoot and brainstorm. We will discuss the successes and failures of your Esports Program so far, and work together to support each other and make regional Esports grow.

48. Roundtable for Intervention Teachers

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Intervention teachers, AIS and RtI providers, general education teachers, special education teachers

Dates: 5/5/2022

Facilitated work time for staff members who provide class wide, small group, or individual interventions via RtI or AIS roundtable to collaborate and learn together while using benchmarking/progress monitoring data to identify appropriate skill-based interventions to meet the needs of all students.

49. Special Class (Self-Contained) Roundtable

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Special class teachers (12:1:1, 15:1, etc.)

Dates: 5/6/2022

This roundtable will allow special class teachers (12:1:1, 15:1, etc.) to come together to discuss and collaborate with one another. We will take a deep dive into the DLM Essential Elements for students who are alternately assessed (NYSAA) and how to utilize them for instructional purposes as well as for IEP Development.

50. National Reading Panel: Implications for instruction

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Literacy Specialists; Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers; School Psychologists; Principals

Dates: 5/12/2022

Introductory PD on the five pillars of high quality, evidence-based reading instruction.
Objectives:
Participants will be able to identify and describe the five pillars of reading.
Participants will understand the relative contributions each component makes to overall reading behavior.
Participants will gain an understanding of assessment in each skill area and how this information can be used to identify which students need intervention.
Participants will be able to identify and describe intervention strategies for each of the five areas of reading.


*** Please be aware the last day to receive delivered materials will be the week before the training start date of 5/12/22 ***

51. Esports Pilot - Virtual Get Together

Program: Instructional Support/School Improvement

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 5/13/2022


Join us for this once monthly, one hour get-together to collectively learn, troubleshoot and brainstorm. We will discuss the successes and failures of your Esports Program so far, and work together to support each other and make regional Esports grow.

52. Diploma and Credential Options for Students with Disabilities

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General and Special Education Administrators, Special Education Teachers, School Counselors, School Psychologists and other Related Service Providers.

Dates: 5/17/2022

This training is designed to ensure that students with disabilities and their families are aware of the multiple pathways to graduate school with a diploma and exiting credentials.
1. Define Self-Determination
2. Discuss credit requirements for graduation
3. Discuss the multiple pathways to Regents diploma
4. Discuss appeal eligibility criteria
5. Discuss safety nets for students with disabilities
6. Discuss exiting credentials

53. PBIS Collaborative (Eighth Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrator, Director of Special Education, CSE Chairperson, Special Education Teaching Staff, School Psychologist, School Social Worker, Classroom Teacher,

Dates: 5/18/2022

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based three-tiered framework for improving and integrating all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. It is a way to support everyone 1/4 especially students with disabilities 1/4 to create the kinds of schools where all students are successful.

Participants will be able to:

Discuss and develop systems in schools using data and practices to improve student outcomes.

Support decision making, student behavior, staff behavior, as well as social competence and academic outcomes.

Content will be different during each session.


***1 hour session with a total of 9 hours if attending all 9 sessions***


***ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT UPON REGISTRATION***

54. CPSE/CSE Roundtable - Extended School Year (AM)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Secretaries

Dates: 5/20/2022

CPSE/CSE Secretaries from the DCMO and ONC component districts can attend a monthly roundtable to discuss the topic of the month and brainstorm/troubleshoot common aspects of the job in a collaborative forum. For now, all meetings will be via Zoom until we have further guidance about in-person trainings. Any or all can be attended. You are not required to attend all unless you want to.

- May- Extended School Year
- June- End of Year Procedures

55. Small Cities CSE Collaborative (Invitation Only)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Personnel from the follow districts- Cooperstown CSD, Oneonta CSD, Sidney CSD, Norwich CSD, Sherburne-Earlville CSD, Delaware Academy, Walton CSD, Bainbridge-Guilford CSD, and Greene CSD.

Dates: 6/2/2022

Component districts of both ONC BOCES and DCMO BOCES will come together to discuss CSE topics that larger districts encounter to collaborate and brainstorm solutions. Topics may include interventions/referrals. Absenteeism, dropout/graduation rates, related services, etc. Zoom will be the platform until we receive further guidance about in-person trainings.

56. Academic Screening & Class-Wide Intervention After Pandemic-Related Learning Loss AND Application of Learning Loss Resources *Participants must attend morning session in order to attend the afternoon session

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: General Education Teachers - Special Education Teachers - School Administrators

Dates: 6/7/2022

This training is intended to assist educators in remediating COVID-19 pandemic-related learning loss; provide strategies for distinguishing pandemic-related learning loss from students at-risk for academic difficulties and/or learning disabilities; and introduce educators to the use of class-wide progress monitoring and intervention as tools for identifying students for intensified intervention services.


*** Please be aware the last day to receive delivered materials will be the week before the training start date of 6/7/22 ***

57. CPSE/CSE Roundtable - End of Year Procedures (PM)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Secretaries

Dates: 6/8/2022

CPSE/CSE Secretaries from the DCMO and ONC component districts can attend a monthly roundtable to discuss the topic of the month and brainstorm/troubleshoot common aspects of the job in a collaborative forum. For now, all meetings will be via Zoom until we have further guidance about in-person trainings. Any or all can be attended. You are not required to attend all unless you want to.

- June- End of Year Procedures

58. PBIS Collaborative (Ninth Session)

Program: Regional Partnership Center

Audience: Administrator, Director of Special Education, CSE Chairperson, Special Education Teaching Staff, School Psychologist, School Social Worker, Classroom Teacher,

Dates: 6/15/2022

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based three-tiered framework for improving and integrating all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. It is a way to support everyone 1/4 especially students with disabilities 1/4 to create the kinds of schools where all students are successful.

Participants will be able to:

Discuss and develop systems in schools using data and practices to improve student outcomes.

Support decision making, student behavior, staff behavior, as well as social competence and academic outcomes.

Content will be different during each session.


***1 hour session with a total of 9 hours if attending all 9 sessions***


***ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT UPON REGISTRATION***