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1. Book Study - Lost & Found: Helping Behaviorally Challenging Students (And While You Are At It, All The Others)

Program: CNY/Oswego County Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers, Counselors, School Psychologists, Special Ed, Administrators

Dates: 5/25/2020

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May 25 - June 25 self paced online book study. Lost & Found is a follow-up to Dr. Ross Greene's landmark work Lost at School in which Dr. Greene provides a non-punitive, non-adversarial approach to working with behaviorally challenging students using the CPS Model. Books can be read in any order so there is no pre-requisite. Lost & Found provides explicit details on key facets of the CPS Model, including using the Assessment of Lagging Skills and Unsolved Problems and solving problems collaboratively (and coaching others to do so). Readers will learn how to incorporate students' input in understanding the factors making it difficult for them to meet expectations and in generating mutually satisfactory solutions. Specific strategies, sample dialogues, and time-tested advice help educators implement these techniques immediately. There is no required prerequisite for this class.

2. Clean Up & Organize Your OneDrive

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 5/26/2020

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In this session, we will examine how to organize your OneDrive using folders, how to remove files from your OneDrive, how to download files from OneDrive, and how to copy shared files to preserve them.

NOTE: Join Zoom Meeting (Copy and Paste in a New Browser) https://E2CCB-GST.zoom.us/j/3156048058?pwd=WFRoRitYZ21xMVNxSU5tclBtY1ZyUT09 Meeting ID: 315 604 8058 Password: 546862

3. Learning to Love Your Computer

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 5/26/2020

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In this session, learn how you can love your computer. You will discover how computers work, and why the phrase "Have you tried turning it off and on again?" is really true. Learn some basic troubleshooting skills, and know when to let your IT gurus take charge. Explore some little used keys on your keyboard, and learn to solve basic issues in Google. NOTE: Join Zoom Meeting (Copy and Paste in a New Browser) https://zoom.us/j/95208131374?pwd=Kzl3TGt6ZEVrZWFkZExOZDVxSm9Edz09 Meeting ID: 952 0813 1374 Password: 605480

4. Closing Out and Prepping Google Classroom

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 5/27/2020

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In this session, we will cover archiving your Google Classrooms, finding and restoring archived courses, deleting an archived course, and creating a template course.

NOTE: Join Zoom Meeting (Copy and Paste in a New Browser) https://E2CCB-GST.zoom.us/j/3156048058?pwd=WFRoRitYZ21xMVNxSU5tclBtY1ZyUT09 Meeting ID: 315 604 8058 Password: 546862

5. Small Adaptation, Big Impact! Becoming a Role Model for Social Emotional Behavior

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 5/27/2020

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The session will focus on self-regulation and self-discipline. Participants will be provided with a plethora of research-based self-regulation and self-care strategies that they can choose from to help them to avoid, interrupt or stop their social and emotional triggers. This is session three of a three session series. Each session can be taken separately but the three sessions all connect.

6. Clean Up & Organize Your Google Drive

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 5/27/2020

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In this session, we will examine how to organize your Google Drive using folders, how to remove files from your Google Drive, how to download files from Google Drive, how to move items to Shared Drive, what to do with files in your Shared With Me, and how to copy shared files to preserve them.

NOTE: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/5789316397?pwd=SzVPU3dlYkJsNll6YkFCeERaWERLUT09 (Copy and Paste in a New Browser) Meeting ID: 578-931-6397 Password: 092089

7. School(ogy) is out for the summer!

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 5/28/2020

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Prepare your Schoology materials for the end of the school year. Learn how to archive and save materials to prepare for next school year. A moment of preparation today will save you hours in September!

NOTE: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/95229819480?pwd=MExuSlJjT2NhczJqL1hCamlBSFFFUT09 (Copy and Paste in a New Browser) Meeting ID: 952 2981 9480 Password:952 2981 9480

8. What We Say and How We Say It Matter

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Everyone

Dates: 5/28/2020

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Mike Anderson digs into the nuances of language in the classroom as all educators work towards having students who feel safe, can collaborate with others, and feel ownership of their learning. Student learning and behavior are influenced by teacher language and delivery. Let's connect NYSED's three Social Emotional Learning goals to Mike Anderson's work on the importance of our words, how they are delivered, and shifts educator's can make to improve classroom instruction. A Zoom link will be emailed 30 minutes before start time.

9. Use Your Digital Tupperware: Google Takeout

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 5/28/2020

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Google Takeout is helpful for Teacher Backups, Graduating Seniors, and Retirees for nearly all Google Products. Learn how to use Google Takeout to keep a copy of all your Google files. We will also cover how to make copies of certain files (such as Google Sites) that are not covered under the Takeout service.

NOTE: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/5789316397?pwd=SzVPU3dlYkJsNll6YkFCeERaWERLUT09 (Copy and Paste in a New Browser) Meeting ID: 578-931-6397 Password: 092089

This session will focus on an overview of brain development in relation to our unique fear and pleasure conditioning. Our unique fear and pleasure conditioning have a strong impact on both our biological and emotional reactions. This knowledge session is taught in a manner which makes the highly complex topic of the brain accessible to everyone. This is session one in a three session series. Each session can be taken separately but the three sessions all connect. Session two is title Intent vs. Impact: Identifying My Triggers! and is being held on 6/9. Session three is titled Small Adaptation, Big Impact! Becoming a Role Model and is being held on 6/16.

11. Heggerty Phonemic Awareness Curriculum Training- Webinar

Program: School Improvement

Audience: PreK - 3

Dates: 6/4/2020

Carri Waloven will be facilitating a live webinar with a trainer from Literacy Resources. Participants will learn about the lesson components and activities included in all three levels of the Heggerty Phonemic Awareness curriculum and how the lessons can be implemented in the classroom. Time will be built in for post webinar discussion, and Q&A. Link to the webinar and resources will be emailed just prior to event.
This session focuses on self-awareness. Participants will identify the social and emotional triggers that are the most counterproductive in their lives and set out on a course of self-discovery to determine their intent versus their impact. This is session two of a three session series. Each session can be taken separately but the three sessions all connect. Session three is titled Small Adaptation, Big Impact! Becoming a Role Model and is being held on 6/16.
This session will focus on self-regulation and self-discipline. Participants will be provided with a plethora of research-based self-regulation and self-care strategies that they can choose from to help them to avoid, interrupt or stop their social and emotional triggers. This is session three of a three session series. Each session can be taken separately but the three sessions all connect.

14. LETRS Training - Volume 1 Module 1-4

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Educators

Dates: 7/14/2020 to 8/6/2020

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Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading & Spelling

15. Envisioning, Implementing & Monitoring School/District-wide SEL

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 7/15/2020

This session is designed to help you identify appropriate resources, tools, and strategies to support systemic, whole school implementation of Social Emotional Learning. Participants will examine the importance of setting the "why" for SEL through connected data points, learn how to create policy that will drive practice through developing a needs assessment, theory of action, and vision for SEL, as well as explore SEL activities that can be immediately used with adults and students in their system. A foundational overview of the SEL competencies will be established with resources and activities that leaders can bring back to utilize with their staff.

16. LETRS Training - Volume 2 Module 5-8

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Educators

Dates: 7/20/2020 to 7/29/2020

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Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading & Spelling

17. LETRS Training - Volume 2 Module 5-8

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Educators

Dates: 8/3/2020 to 8/12/2020

Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading & Spelling

18. Fostering Music Literacy

Program: Arts-In-Education

Audience: Music Teacher

Dates: 8/10/2020 to 8/12/2020

$50.00-Educators ; $25-College Students Please register in MLP and also here (copy and paste in your browser)

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfz_3lse-GBEeRymwqfGOUm1BKQ1d2yKOOfxx-FCnWwOJyTKQ/viewform

Arts in Education subscribers should also fill out an Arts in Education request form when the forms open up for 2020-2021: one request form per district. (Ticket request - # of teachers x $50)
Workshop Description: Helping students become musically literate is central to the school, community, and church music curriculum. While there is much agreement about why we should teach sight singing and musicianship skills, there is less agreement about how we should teach those skills. Far too often students are taught to be savvy symbol decoders rather than independent literate musicians.
Working from the premise that students learn musical skills in much the same order as they do language skills, participants will explore how we learn music through hearing and imitating patterns before reading (translating notation into sound) and writing (translating sound into notation). The pedagogy also includes a sequence of instruction that results in a strong link between sound and notation.
The TAKADIMI rhythm-pedagogy system, a beat-oriented system whose originators see it as evolving from Gordon's syllables, will be incorporated. The rhythm syllables can easily be adapted to elementary through adult choral and instrumental rehearsals in the church and K-Collegiate setting.
Workshop participants will also be presented with teaching strategies and techniques for integrating and applying literacy skills to appropriate repertoire. Special attention will be given to the development of curriculum maps.