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1. NYSUT ONLINE: Sparking Student Engagement

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/16/2017 to 2/16/2017

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In this seminar, participants will implement and evaluate various instructional strategies such as project-based learning and active learning to promote engagement and participation in the classroom.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Roseann Bayne. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

3. SLS Communication Coordinators' Meeting - Schoology Workshop

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians

Dates: 1/17/2017

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SLS Communication Coordinators' Meeting

4. Winter math network - Grade band 3-5

Program: School Improvement

Audience: teachers, AIS math teachers, teacher leaders, instructional coaches, teaching assistants

Dates: 1/17/2017

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In our mid-year grade band workshop we will focus on the three main components of the common core - fluency, coherence, and rigor. We will explore fluency strategies through games, coherence through vertical concept alignment, and rigor through s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g students' thinking. We will also engage in tasks using the standards for mathematical practice - modeling and using tools, reasoning and explaining. We will discuss how these tasks can be infused into the current teaching curriculum for increased engagement by students AND teacher.

5. NYSAA Social Studies and Science Scoring

Program: Exceptional Education

Audience: Staff working with students participating in the SS and Science portion of the NYSAA

Dates: 1/18/2017

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This session is for scoring student NYSAA datafolios for SS and Science **Please note that if 1/18/17 is a snow date for CiTi, the re-scheduled date is 1/19/17.

6. LTG Mid-Year Meeting

Program: Model Schools

Audience: LTG Participants

Dates: 1/18/2017

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This is our mid-year meeting for the LTG.

7. Winter Math Network - Grade Band K - 2

Program: School Improvement

Audience: teachers, AIS teachers, teaching assistants, coaches, teacher leaders

Dates: 1/19/2017

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In our mid-year grade band workshop we will focus on the three main components of the common core - fluency, coherence, and rigor. We will explore fluency strategies through games, coherence through vertical concept alignment, and rigor through s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g students' thinking. We will also engage in tasks using the standards for mathematical practice. Modeling and using tools, reasoning and explaining. We will discuss how these tasks can be infused into the current teaching curriculum for increased engagement by students AND teacher.

8. Winter Math Network - Grade Band 6-8

Program: School Improvement

Audience: teachers, teaching assistants, AIS teachers, instructional coaches, teacher leaders

Dates: 1/24/2017

In our mid-year grade band workshop we will focus on the three main components of the common core - fluency, coherence, and rigor. We will explore fluency strategies through games, coherence through vertical concept alignment, and rigor through s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g students' thinking. We will also engage in tasks using the standards for mathematical practice. Modeling and using tools, reasoning and explaining. We will discuss how these tasks can be infused into the current teaching curriculum for increased engagement by students AND teacher.

9. Direct Vocabulary Instruction: Raising Scores, Raising Achievement (K-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All content Area Teachers, Curriculum Specialists and Librarians

Dates: 1/25/2017

Research points to the growing achievement gap separating economically disadvantaged students from their peers. One effective strategy to help all students become more fluent in reading and writing is direct vocabulary instruction. Focusing on the 6-Steps to Effective Vocabulary Instruction by Marzano (2009), this workshop, intended for all teachers K-12, will provide strategies and practices for improving student vocabulary while helping to raise scores and close achievement gaps.

10. NYSUT ONLINE: Academic Language for English Learners: what Teachers Need to Know

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Dates: 1/30/2017 to 2/28/2017

In this seminar, participants will implement and evaluate various instructional strategies such as project-based learning and active learning to promote engagement and participation in the classroom.

11. *Dignity for All Students Act: (Dignity Act Coordinators and/or their Designees)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Dignity Act Coordinators and/or their Designees

Dates: 1/30/2017

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The training will review the DASA regulations and updates; Review the roles and responsibilities of Dignity Act Coordinators; Share an overview of complaint process flow charts; Provide samples of DASA forms and investigation techniques; and provide an overview of best practices related to school-wide strategies for improved climate and culture. NOTE: THIS IS NOT THE 6hr REQUIRED TRAINING FOR CERTIFICATION. No cost for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $50.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made to CiTi Treasurer. NO CASH please; to CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

12. Book Talk: Students Front and Center-Helping all Students Engage with Complex Texts Grades 2-8

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Educators grades 2-8

Dates: 1/30/2017 to 2/13/2017

You'll learn to do the following: Research and listen to your students so your teaching can be more targeted; notice and name your students' thinking so they can "see" what complex thinking looks and sounds like; set your students up to be problem solvers; prepare your students to do increasingly complex thinking in increasingly complex texts. Filled with examples of one-on-one conferences, small groups, and whole-class scenarios, this essential book provides an accessible and inspiring model of how--and why--we need to put students at the front and center of our teaching.

13. School Leadership Transformation Academy Series - Session 5

Program: School Improvement

Audience: School Leadership

Dates: 2/1/2017

School Leadership Transformation Academy Series. Future dates - 3/1, 4/5, 5/3, and 6/7. Must Sign Up for each date individually. Questions please contact mallard@citiboces.org

14. Science Teacher Network - Obtaining, Evaluating and Communicating Information

Program: School Improvement

Audience: K-12 Science Teachers

Dates: 2/6/2017

This workshop will focus on improving student development of scientific concepts and ideas through improvement in communication skills. Moving students from investigations, data collection and analysis to critiquing and communicating ideas effectively is critical for college and career readiness. Strategies and practices will be provided for all grade levels.

15. NYSUT ONLINE: Dealing with Difficult Behaviors

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: School Related Professionals

Dates: 2/7/2017 to 3/7/2017

This seminar will offer you strategies for dealing with students who exhibit chronic and extreme misbehavior, including violence. You will learn to understand the motivation behind this behavior and intervention techniques to use when it occurs. We will discuss early warning signs of school violence and ways to defuse confrontation so it does not escalate. You will also learn ways to reinforce the positive behaviors the students need to learn.

16. Research Ambassadors

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians and Teachers already under TPS Grant

Dates: 2/7/2017

Research Ambassadors

17. NYSUT ONLINE: Questioning Series Part 2-Questions that Work with Information (Pre-requisite: Seminar 1 of 3

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/13/2017 to 3/13/2017

This seminar deepens participant knowledge of how to use questioning to advance student learning. Participants will discover how to ask insight, appraisal, summary, and evaluation questions that encourage students to analyze information. With this additional level of questioning, they will also analyze how to teach students how to ask (and identify) questions and reflect on peer comments to deepen their understanding.

18. Building Blocks of Differentiation Part 1

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: All teachers

Dates: 2/15/2017 to 3/15/2017

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No Pre-requisite required. This course can be taken as a stand-alone. This course will build upon the mindset, skills and knowledge developed through the Student Learning Models course. Continued emphasis will be placed on how you can optimize students' intake, storage, and retrieval of information, therefore empowering your students to increase their proficiency levels. In this course you will learn how to differentiate lessons at every grade level and content area. You will begin by examining the two main components of the Differentiated Instruction Model: The Essential meaning of the Curriculum and The Nature of the Student. Using these components as foundational knowledge you will consider individuality to understand how and why no two brains are alike. Attention will be given to grade level variations and increasingly diverse classrooms. During this course your instructor will help you apply new knowledge, strategically incorporate differentiation strategies into your lesson plans, and implement your plan in your own classroom. Sharing out and peer discussion will be utilized throughout this program to support your transition and growth. methods of documenting student impact will be practiced.

19. LOTE Teacher Network - Assessing Reading Skills (7-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All Foreign Language (LOTE) Teachers

Dates: 2/16/2017

This workshop will focus on developing assessments for reading skills in the foreign language classroom. Teachers will gain skills to develop specialized rubrics based on the targeted reading task. Reading assessment prompts will be developed collaboratively and shared county-wide through the LOTE Teacher Network Schoology site.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Roseann Bayne. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

21. NYSUT ONLINE: Involving and Interacting with Families

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/27/2017 to 3/27/2017

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This seminar examines how and when teachers should provide information about student progress and the instructional program to families. Participants will explore how to successfully engage families in the instructional program with professionalism and keen cultural sensitivity, as well as how students can participate and contribute ideas to the program.

22. Social Studies Teacher Network - Perceptions through Photography (K-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: K-12 Social Studies Teachers

Dates: 3/1/2017

Interpreting and analyzing sources is an important component of the NYS Social Studies Framework. Students will need to be prepared to use various resources in order to respond to compelling and supporting questions. This workshop will provide strategies and practices for using historical photographs in the social studies classroom: analysis, interpretation, and the relationship of photographs to civic, economic, geographic and historic awareness.

23. School Leadership Transformation Academy Series - Session 6

Program: School Improvement

Audience: School Leadership

Dates: 3/1/2017

School Leadership Transformation Academy Series. Future dates - 4/5, 5/3, and 6/7. Must Sign Up for each date individually. Questions please contact mallard@citiboces.org

24. NYSUT ONLINE: Bully, Bullied or Bystander

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: School Related Professionals

Dates: 3/6/2017 to 4/6/2017

School-Related Officials (SRPs) are often the ones in less structured parts of the school day: cafeteria, playground, hallways, or bus-you may be more likely to witness bullying because the people who bully tend to use larger, less structured areas as an opportunity to bully others. This seminar provides an overview of bullying and its impact on the school environment. It also includes the responsibilities of ALL school staff to deal with incidents of bullying. The seminar includes a definition of bullying and cyberbullying, the roles and responsibilities of people involved in bullying: the person bullying, the person being bullied, the person seeing or knowing the bullying and strategies to help prevent or decrease bullying.

25. SLS Council Meeting

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians

Dates: 3/7/2017

Lunch will be served at 12:30pm and the meeting will start at 1pm.

26. Holocaust: Echoes and Reflections

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: All

Dates: 3/7/2017

Echoes and Reflections will prepare educators to teach the complex history of the Holocaust in a way that stimulates engagement, critical thinking and personal understanding among students. Teachers learn to help students make connections with the past, gain relevant insight into human dilemmas and difficult social changes, and determine their roles and responsibilities in the world around them. The comprehensive multimedia program delivers professional development and a rich array of interactive resources for middle and high school teachers.

27. NYSUT: Understanding English Language Learners (ELLs)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 3/9/2017

As a teacher, what can you do with students in your class who are learning English? How can you help them succeed? This seminar focuses on understanding the stages of verbal acquisition and identifying variables that influence the language acquisition process for ELLs. Strategies that have been show to successfully engage ELLs are examined and instructional and assessment accommodations are demonstrated.

28. NYSUT ONLINE: Evaluating Professional Performance

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/13/2017 to 4/13/2017

This seminar synthesizes the teacher's need to reflect upon planning, implementation, assessment, and follow-up in order to decide what was effective about the lesson and where revisions are necessary. Participants will evaluate a lesson's effectiveness, success in achieving outcomes, alternative actions, and student/teacher reflection.

29. SLS Communication Coordinators' Meeting

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians

Dates: 3/14/2017

SLS Communication Coordinators' Meeting

30. NYSUT: Reading, Writing, and Thinking Strategies that Build Success in the content Areas

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers 5-12

Dates: 3/16/2017 to 4/13/2017

This program focuses on how teachers can help students become more effective readers using research-based and teacher-tested strategies. Participants will identify strategies that stimulate student thinking about the content before, during and after they read and about how to incorporate reading and writing strategies into content area instruction to meet the literacy needs of all students.

31. National Board: Writing

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers preparing for Board certification

Dates: 3/18/2017

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This workshop helps to prepare teachers who are on their way to becoming Board certified.

32. NYSUT ONLINE: Questioning Series Part 3-Questions that Facilitate Taking Action (Pre-requisite: Seminar 2 of 3

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/20/2017 to 4/20/2017

This seminar increases participant knowledge of how teachers can use questioning to advance student learning. Participants will discover how to ask idea and prediction questions that encourage students to set up the actions that can be taken to apply or reinforce learning. With this advanced level of questioning, participants will also analyze how to teach students how to ask (and identify) questions and reflect on peer comments to deepen their understanding.

33. NYSUT ONLINE: Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: All educators

Dates: 3/20/2017

School Related Officials (SRPs) often work with students in a 1:1 situation or in a classroom with students that are classified as Autism Spectrum Disorder. This seminar will provide up-to-date information on the clinical and associated features of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It also includes how these features manifest themselves and present unique instructional and learning challenges within educational settings. This seminar provides evidence-based, pro-active strategies for helping children and adolescents with ASDs succeed in schools today. Our goal of ending the achievement gap between students with and without disabilities requires understanding and addressing the essential factors that can influence their success.
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York State's Dignity Act seeks to provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. School professionals applying for certification or license on or after DECEMBER 31, 2013 are required to complete six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $50.00 for employees of district which subscribe to the Oswego BOCES School Improvement Co-Ser. Tuition is $75.00 for all other attendees. If you are self-paying, please mail a Money Order or Bank Check made out to CiTi Treasurer. Send attention Roseann Bayne. NO CASH please. To CiTi, 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114

35. NYSUT: Poverty: Using Strategies to Narrow the Achievement Gap

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: All

Dates: 3/25/2017 to 4/8/2017

This Saturday workshop explores the implications of poverty, socio-economic issues and their effects on educations and learning. Focus will be centered on six types of poverty: generational, situational, absolute, relative, urban, and rural. The program will highlight various strategies that can be immediately used in a classroom setting. Participants will discuss and examine how poverty affects the brain and learning, the importance of building relations, connecting with the community, and creating a classroom environment that promotes learning through research based practices.

36. Book Talk: Who's Doing the Work?

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Dates: 3/27/2017 to 4/10/2017

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Educators are concerned about students whose reading development plateaus, as well as those who face challenging texts without applying the strategies they've been taught. When such problems arise, our instinct is to do more. But when we summarize text before reading or guide students when they encounter difficult words, are we leading them to depend on our support? If we want students to use strategies independently, the authors believe we must question the ways our scaffolding is getting in the way.

37. Technical Subjects Teacher Network Meetings

Program: Model Schools

Audience: Family and Consumer Science, Business, and Technology Education Teachers

Dates: 4/3/2017

CiTi offers all 7-12 teachers in technical subject areas from across the county the opportunity to meet and share ideas for aligning instruction with the Common Core Learning Standards and provide opportunities to develop resources that can be used in classroom instruction.

Research methods, data use, instructional technology integration, 21st Century skills, and literacy skills for the classroom are embedded in the Technical Subjects Teacher Network meetings. Meetings will run from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm.

Workshop materials will be archived in Schoology. To access these materials, please use the following group code: HVDZ7-7HS7G

38. Research Ambassadors

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians and Teachers already under the TPS Grant

Dates: 4/3/2017

Research Ambassadors

39. False Faces: The Mask of the Passive-Aggressive Child

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Educators K-6

Dates: 4/4/2017

This presentation provides participants with an understanding of the roots and evolution of passive-aggressive behavior and strategies for dealing with that behavior. Although not blatantly acting out or aggressive, children who exhibit passive aggressive behavior can be among the most perplexing and frustrating type of children to work with. Their mild, yet persistent, nudging at the rules has a cumulative effect and their actions wear away at those who work with them.

40. NYSUT: Ensuring Mathematical Understanding

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/5/2017

Participants will develop an understanding of the math instructional shifts required by the NYS Math Learning Standards. Using close reading of the progressions and standards for their grade level, participants will create a roadmap for classroom instruction. Participants will gain familiarity with learning tasks that exemplify the rigor of the standards and examine questioning techniques designed to help push students' thinking forward. Each participant will need a copy of the NYS Math Learning Standards for their own grade level or a device to view the standards.

41. School Leadership Transformation Academy Series - Session 7

Program: School Improvement

Audience: School Leadership

Dates: 4/5/2017

School Leadership Transformation Academy Series. Future dates - 5/3, and 6/7. Must Sign Up for each date individually. Questions please contact mallard@citiboces.org

42. Science Teacher Network - Using Math and Computational Thinking (K-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: K-12 Science Teachers

Dates: 4/6/2017

Mathematical representations help students establish and understand the relationships and principals that ground scientific thought. This workshop will focus on helping teachers integrate math computation and thinking into science instruction in order to help their students make prediction and understand relationships in science. Open to all science teachers K-12.

43. LOTE Teacher Network - Assessing Listening Skills (7-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All Foreign Language (LOTE) Teachers

Dates: 4/11/2017

This workshop will focus on developing assessments for Listening skills in the foreign language classroom. Teachers will gain skills to develop specialized rubrics based on the targeted listening tasks. Listening assessment prompts will be developed collaboratively and shared county-wide through the LOTE Teacher Network Schoology site.

44. NYSUT: Instructional Supports for English language Learners

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Dates: 4/11/2017

English language learners (ELLs) are the fastest growing student population in schools, and they must be considered when NYS ELA/Literacy and Math Standards are implemented. Geared for general education teachers, this seminar will help participants design effective content-area instruction while they explore research-based strategies, instructional guidelines and resources for helping ELLs succeed.
This follow up to the Building Blocks of Differentiation course is designed to offer you continued support as you strive to become a skilled Differentiated Instruction practitioner. You will be asked to come to this session prepared to describe your applications of DI over the past month, your documentation of student impact, your successes, and challenges you are facing. The aim of this session is for peers to learn from each other by discussing and working through these challenges as a group. The instructor will facilitate group discussions to help you build your ability to recall and apply theories learned to the real life challenges presented by the class. Additional strategies will be incorporated to further add to your DI toolbox.

46. Building Blocks of Differentiation, Part II Pre-requisite: Building Blocks of Differentiation Part I

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Those who have completed the pre-requisite course required.

Dates: 4/26/2017 to 5/17/2017

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This course continues to expand your thinking about differentiation. In addition to introducing advanced DI strategies, the instructor will shift our thinking beyond incorporating differentiation strategies to a process of lesson planning and a focus on building a differentiated classroom. You will develop a new understanding of your role as the teacher and manager of a differentiated classroom. New strategies will be introduced to assist in enabling student and parents to understand and feel comfortable in a new environment. During this course your instructor will help you apply new knowledge and practice new strategies. You will develop and implement a strategic plan to incorporate differentiation into your lesson plans and the classroom; leverage student learning models while instructing students and managing varying student needs; apply strategies to introduce students and parents to a new and differentiated learning environment. Sharing out and peer discussion will be utilized throughout this program to support your transition and growth. Methods of documenting results will be explored.

47. National Board: Writing

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers who are on the path to completing their Board certification

Dates: 4/29/2017

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This workshop supports teachers who are on the path to Board certification.

48. School Leadership Transformation Academy Series - Session 8

Program: School Improvement

Audience: School Leadership

Dates: 5/3/2017

School Leadership Transformation Academy Series. Future dates - 6/7. Must Sign Up for each date individually. Questions please contact mallard@citiboces.org

49. SLS Joint Council & Communication Coordinators' Meeting w/ Hilda Weisburg

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Librarians

Dates: 5/9/2017

SLS Joint Council & Communication Coordinators' Meeting

50. Social Studies Teacher Network - Analyzing Political Cartoons (K-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: K-12 Social Studies Teachers

Dates: 5/10/2017

Interpreting and analyzing sources is an important component of the NYS Social Studies Framework. Students will need to be prepared to use various resources in order to respond to compelling and supporting questions. This workshop will provide strategies and practices for using political cartoons in the social studies classroom: analysis, interpretation, and the relationship of political cartoons to civic, economic, geographic and historic awareness.

51. LOTE Teacher Network - Creating Balanced Assessments (7-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All Foreign Language (LOTE) Teachers

Dates: 6/5/2017

Summarizing the year-long workshops, this final meeting will focus on creating and building balanced LOTE assessments. Development of a standards-aligned summative, performance or authentic assessments can be selected individually by teacher. Skills to develop test blueprints will form the focus for the balanced assessment creation work.

52. School Leadership Transformation Academy Series - Session 9

Program: School Improvement

Audience: School Leadership

Dates: 6/7/2017

School Leadership Transformation Academy Series. Must Sign Up for each date individually. Questions please contact mallard@citiboces.org

53. Science Teacher Network - Engaging in Argument from Evidence (K-12)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: K-12 Science Teachers

Dates: 6/8/2017

In science and engineering, reasoning and argument based on evidence are essential to identifying the best explanation for a natural phenomenon, or the best solution to a design. This workshop will provide teachers theory and practice in the process of argumentation from evidence-based conclusions. Strategies for effective, collaborative and critical analysis discussions will be provided for all grade level teachers.

54. Practice Review: Building Blocks of Differentiation-Part II Pre-requisite Building Blocks of Differentiation Part II

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Those who have completed the pre-requisites for this workshop.

Dates: 6/14/2017

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This follow up to the Building Blocks of Differentiation Part II course is designed to offer you continued support as you strive to become a skilled Differentiated Classroom practitioner. You will be asked to come to this session prepared to describe your implementation plan; your implementation experience in applying DI principles in your classroom over the past month; your successes; challenges you are facing; and your documentation of student impact. The aim of this session is for peers to learn from each other by discussing and working through these challenges as a group. Special emphasis will be placed on the integration of differentiated instruction and lesson planning. The instructor will facilitate group discussions to help you build your ability to recall and apply learned theories tot he real life challenges presented by the class. Additional strategies will be incorporated to further add to your DI toolbox.