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1. SLS Council Meeting

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 9/25/2018

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Quarterly meeting of the School Library Council. The Council acts as the Board of Trustees in guiding the School Library System with goals, objectives and action plans. This group is represented by school librarians, administrators, public librarians, Capital District Library Council, NERIC, local university School of Library and Information programs, and members at large.

2. schooltoolTM Program Services Workshop [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 9/25/2018

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This webinar will provide a step-by-step review of ending last year’s program services – as required for Data Warehouse reporting -- as well as batch adding them for the current school year.

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3. Asbestos LEA Designee Workshop

Program: Health, Safety, & Environmental Compliance

Dates: 9/26/2018

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Asbestos LEA Designee Workshop

Course Date:  Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Course Time:  9:00 am - 1:00 pm (continental breakfast & lunch provided)

Location:  Capital Region BOCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Schoharie Conference Room(s)

Cost:  $150 (participating)/$175 (non-participating)

The EPA requires that each Local Educational Agency (LEA) appoint a person to ensure that schools comply with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA, 40 CFR 763).  This training meets the EPA's requirements for training the designess must receive to oversee inspections, re-inspections, surveillances and management of asbestos in schools

The participating rate will be charged for school personnel that currently purchase the Capital Region BOCES Health-Safety-Risk Management service. All others (including non-participating districts, other BOCES, municipalities, private organizations, etc.) will be charged the non-participating rate. 

“No Shows” that do not cancel at least 48 hours in advance will be charged the full rate. Call 518-464-5118 or email jennifer.bennett@neric.org to cancel.

To register for this course, you must click HERE on this link and complete the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/l5l7q2RQRpQaxeqk2


4. schooltoolTM Data Warehouse Overview [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 9/26/2018

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This webinar will provide new Chief Information Officers with an overview of running schooltoolTM data warehouse extracts required for NYS data warehousing. Topics to be covered will include types of extracts, running extracts, understanding CSV files, and the schooltoolTM Validation Report.

5. schooltoolTM Administrator Overview [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 9/27/2018

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Administrator Overview will provide a concise yet comprehensive look at the features of schooltoolTM specific to administrative responsibilities. This will include a brief foundations overview, commonly used reports such as CRDC/BEDS and Student Mobility; the discipline modules with discipline configuration in the maintenance module; and dashboards.

6. schooltoolTM Teacher Grade Book, Secondary [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Audience: Teaching Staff, Teacher Turn-Key Trainers

Dates: 9/27/2018

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This webinar will review the fundamentals of building a grade book from scratch, and how to import existing grade books from prior years. We will explore grade scales and Attributes as well as assignment creation and settings, attachments, and how to enter assignment notes and scores, too. We’ll also examine Grade Book reports.

7. eDoctrina User Group

Program: NERIC: Special Events

Audience: District teachers and administrators

Dates: 9/27/2018

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Help Your Students Succeed with Computer-Based Testing

Join us for an informational session showcasing the exciting new features we have recently implemented based on educator feedback. It is our goal to keep eDoctrina up-to-date with tools that will make it easy for districts to manage NYS initiatives.

eDoctrina is here to support you- bring your questions so we can help!

Location:
Northeastern Regional Information Center
900 Watervliet-Shaker Road Albany, NY 12205
Room #: CVES

Time:
Thursday, Sept. 27th, 2018
11:00 AM-12:30 PM
District QA - 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (optional)

Lunch will be provided!

Please note: this event is open only for districts who subscribe to eDoctrina through their local BOCES/Regional Information Centers Please click here to access the Event Invitation

8. Invasive Species Citizen Science Workshop

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Audience: Middle school teachers

Dates: 9/28/2018

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Invasive species are non-native plants, animals, insects and diseases that threaten our environment, health and economy. Due to a lack of predators, invasive species populations grow quickly and outcompete our native species for resources, disrupting food webs and even endangering some species. It is crucial that students have a basic understanding of invasive species and what they can do to help stop the spread. By instilling this knowledge at an early age, we can help mold them into becoming good stewards of the environment.

Session Information

The workshop will include the following:

~An introduction to invasive species

~How to utilize iMapInvasives, an invasive species database and student friendly app, in the classroom

~Review a 2-week unit on invasive species

~Receive supplies such as hand lenses, guides, etc. to help implement unit

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for this workshop. Teachers may also receive substitute reimbursement.

*Please bring your own lunch.

9. (RSE-TASC) Progress Monitoring training in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: CSE Chairpersons, administrators, special educators, related service providers, psychologists, general educators

Dates: 9/28/2018

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Progress Monitoring is an integral part of measuring student response to instruction. It is used to assess a student’s progress toward their annual IEP goals, to quantify the student’s rate of progress, and to determine whether the instruction/ intervention is effective.

This session will review measurable annual goals in order to begin the progress monitoring process. Participants will also learn how to utilize tools to monitor student progress as well as explore resources available.

Please bring a copy or have access to a student's IEP with identifying information redacted to use during this training.

10. (RSE-TASC) Essex Transition Interagency Council (PM Session) in Mineville

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special education teachers, school psychologists, transition coordinators, CSE, counselors, teaching assistants, job coaches, agency personnel, parents

Dates: 9/28/2018

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Transition Interagency Council is an opportunity for school/agency personnel working with transition age students and the post school agencies that support young adults with disabilities to meet and discuss transition to postsecondary life for individuals with disabilities. The group meets 3 times a school year. Discussions include: changes in policy; sharing best practices and challenges; and networking with regional/local agencies with the common goal of improving transition outcomes for students with disabilities and Assistive Technology.

11. (RSE-TASC) Transition Leadership Institute - SLL BOCES ***Limited Seating Available*** in Canton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 10/1/2018

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The Transition Leadership Institute is a year-long training opportunity to grow the Transition Leaders of the North Country. Three required meetings (either in person or via Webex) and an online book study will prepare participants to be the go-to people with regard to transition regulations, transition planning and best-practices. Participants will have to complete required reading and interact on discussion posts, as well as visit some local agencies to be able to earn 20 CTLE hours and a Transition Leader certificate.

12. (RSE-TASC) Transition Interagency Group (PM Session) in Canton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 10/1/2018

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Transition Interagency Group is an opportunity for school/agency personnel working with transition age students and the post school agencies that support young adults with disabilities to meet and discuss transition to postsecondary life for individuals with disabilities. The group meets 3 times a school year. Discussions include: changes in policy; sharing best practices and challenges; and networking with regional/local agencies with the common goal of improving transition outcomes for students with disabilities.

13. Follett Users Group

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 10/2/2018

Meeting for districts' school librarians and library aides participating in Library Automation CoSer 503.000. Participants receive professional development on updates in Follett Destiny, and information related to automation services and project plans. Lunch is served at 11:30 am.

14. schooltoolTM Introduction to Dashboards [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 10/2/2018

This hour-long webinar provides an overview of data dashboards available in schooltoolTM that display graphs of district- and building-wide information that can be refined to teacher and student specific information. Sample dashboard data can include: Line charts to compare whether assessment scores have improved from one year to the next. Compare Regents assessment scores to final course scores. View the most common Discipline infractions and drill down to student names.

15. Communications Coordinators

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 10/2/2018

Quarterly meetings for SLS Communications Coordinators as mandated in NY State Education Law 90.18. Communications Coordinators are updated on topics such as NY State Education updates, technology, Common Core and Information Fluency Skills. Professional development is provided on current issues. Information is brought back to other librarians in their districts. Lunch is provided at 11:30 am.

16. Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination: Prevention and Intervention Training (Dignity for All Students Act) October 2 & 4, 2018

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/2/2018 to 10/4/2018

CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

The amended Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect on July 1, 2013. Under this amended legislation, beginning January 1, 2014, all persons applying to the NYS Education Department for an administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service or school service certificate or license, must complete six (6) clock hours of coursework or training in harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention and intervention. The training proactively addresses the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create an affirming school environment for all students.

PER SED REQUIREMENTS, LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Sign in begins at 4:00 p.m. Training starts promptly at 4:30 p.m. You may bring food to this training. Ends at 7:30 p.m..

Presenter: Lisa Ball

Cost: $80 CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

Additional Information:

Payment must be received one week prior to the training. Please mail your personal check or money order (made payable to Capital Region BOCES) to Attn: Deb Allen, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany NY 12205-1016. You can also drop off your payment to the same address to secure your spot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. We do not take debit or credit cards.

You must be present for the entire session on both dates to receive your certificate.

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. Your certificate will not be released until your payment or District signed enrollment form is received.

If you have any questions, please contact Deb Allen at 518-464-3940 or deb.allen@neric.org.

17. Arts & Enrichment Coordinators Meeting

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 10/3/2018

Join us on October 3rd to learn about the new Arts & Enrichment Directory located at https://www.artsandenrichment.org/. This meeting is intended for all coordinators and district liaisons who schedule Arts in Education and Exploratory Enrichment programs in their schools. Participants will:

~Explore the new directory

~Learn about our new online forms

~Have questions about the Arts & Enrichment programs answered

~Hear about some highlights in our programming for this school year

~Network with other coordinators from across our region

18. (RSE-TASC) Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE): Overview of Procedures and Best Practice training in Castleton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: CPSE Chairpersons, Preschool Providers, Special/General Educators, Related Service Providers, Administrators, County/Municipal Representatives

Dates: 10/4/2018

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From the point of a child's referral to the CPSE to the transition from preschool services into school-age education (CSE), the CPSE process relies heavily on collaboration. This collaborative effort is representative of the partnerships formed between the parents, school districts, approved evaluators and service providers, county/municipal representatives and, when appropriate, early intervention providers.

This workshop will review practices that align with state requirements and support the CPSE in providing high quality services. Topics will include: NYS regulated procedures/timelines, the EI to CPSE transition, the CPSE process (including referral, evaluations, eligibility, IEP) and the CPSE to school age transition.

19. schooltoolTM Teacher Features (Communications, Reports) [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Audience: Teaching Staff, Teacher Turn-Key Trainers

Dates: 10/4/2018

Did you know schooltoolTM provides a variety of ways teachers can communicate with other faculty, to students and parents? During this session, we’ll look at ways to use Teacher Pages, and Daily Notes to display course information and moderate class discussions. We will also explore when and how to use the Forms function and Discussion. Lastly, we will see how assignment grades and comments appear to portal users (depending on district settings).

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20. Asbestos Inspector Refresher (Half Day)

Program: Health, Safety, & Environmental Compliance

Dates: 10/5/2018

Asbestos Inspector Refresher (Half Day)

Course Date:  Friday, October 5, 2018

Course Time:  8:00 am - 12:00 pm (continental breakfast & lunch provided)

Location:  Capital Region BOCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Schoharie Conference Room(s)

Cost:  $125 (participating)/$150 (non-participating); if taken with Management Planner, cost for BOTH courses is $200 (participating)/$250 non-participating.

The participating rate will be charged for school personnel that currently purchase the Capital Region BOCES Health-Safety-Risk Management service. All others (including non-participating districts, other BOCES, municipalities, private organizations, etc.) will be charged the non-participating rate.  Pricing does not include DOL processing fees.

“No Shows” that do not cancel at least 48 hours in advance will be charged the full rate. Call 518-464-5118 or email jennifer.bennett@neric.org to cancel.

To register for this course, you must click HERE on this link and complete the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/3tCWljmaOPWf3fWd2


21. (RSE-TASC) FEH BOCES Interagency Council/Academy (AM Session) in Saranac Lake

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 10/5/2018

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THE FEH Interagency Council is a group that meets 3-4 times per year to discuss changes, share best practices and link with regional/local agencies with the goal of improving transition services for students with disabilities. EVERYONE is WELCOME to JOIN!

Topics for this session:

~ Agency Updates/Resource Sharing

~ Graduation Options Updates

~ Assistive Technology Show & Tell

Refreshments are not provided.

22. (RSE-TASC) Work Based Learning/CDOS Roundtable in Saranac Lake

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 10/5/2018

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The purpose of this session is to allow educators to learn about, and to teach each other about, strategies, practices and resources to bring their Work Experience/CDOS Programming to the next level. Please come prepared to share!

~ How are we doing it all? Fitting WBL into a full academic day

~ How am I making connections with employers and finding sites?

~ Show and Tell - what are other districts doing/using?


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23. Asbestos Management Planner Refresher (Half Day)

Program: Health, Safety, & Environmental Compliance

Dates: 10/5/2018

Asbestos Management Planner Refresher (Half Day)

Course Date:  Friday, October 5, 2018

Course Time:  12:30 pm - 4:30 pm (lunch provided)

Location:  Capital Region BOCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Schoharie Conference Room(s)

Cost:  $125 (participating)/$150 (non-participating); if taken with Inspector, cost for BOTH courses is $200 (participating)/$250 non-participating.

The participating rate will be charged for school personnel that currently purchase the Capital Region BOCES Health-Safety-Risk Management service. All others (including non-participating districts, other BOCES, municipalities, private organizations, etc.) will be charged the non-participating rate.  Pricing does not include DOL processing fees.

“No Shows” that do not cancel at least 48 hours in advance will be charged the full rate. Call 518-464-5118 or email jennifer.bennett@neric.org to cancel.

To register for this course, you must click HERE on this link and complete the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/QtmWOfKBzg6RdmRz2


24. schooltoolTM Graduation Requirements [PLT]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 10/9/2018

This classroom session will be an overview of using the Graduation Requirements sub-module.  Topics to be covered include setting up cohort specific required courses and assessments as well as entering diploma information and running reports.

25. Purpose in My Pocket: a Book Club focused around Special Education

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Audience: Special education teachers, service providers, and staff

Dates: 10/9/2018

October's book: To Siri, With Love: A Mother, Her Autistic Son, & the Kindness of Machines by Judith Newman

Purpose in my Pocket is a monthly book club for special education teachers, service providers, and staff who work with individuals with differing needs. In this era of ever-changing expectation in education, it can be difficult to remember why you chose the profession you did, and also to make time for yourself. Through reading mass-market novels (memoirs, realistic fiction) from the perspective of those with special needs, and the people that assist in their care and education, Purpose in my Pocket seeks to help remind you of the passion that brought you into education, while encouraging you to take time to read, reflect, and expand your range of favorite "special needs based" literature"!

Participants are asked to:

-attend the meetings they are interested in (some, or all, each meeting is independent of the others) and bring your copy of the book with you

-come to the meeting having read the book (you may attend if you have not finished it, however, we will be discussing the book in its entirety)

-be ready to answer the following 5 questions based on the text:

*Using the "thumbs scale" (thumbs up, thumb to the side, thumbs down), how would you rate this book overall?

*What feelings did this book evoke for you?

*What was your favorite quote/passage/chapter, and why?

*Did you find anything surprising, unsettling, shocking, or strange about this book, and what?

*What were your take-aways from the text/ how does this text influence your special education mindset?

Participants are also encouraged to bring journal articles, movie recommendations, and positive stories related to that month's book to share with the Club! We will also continually be collecting suggestions for titles for what we should read during the 2018-19 school year.

Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month and attendees will receive 2.0 CTLE credits for each meeting they attend.


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26. Asbestos Supervisor Refresher

Program: Health, Safety, & Environmental Compliance

Dates: 10/10/2018

Asbestos Supervisor Refresher

Course Date:  Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Course Time:  8:00 am - 4:00 pm (continental breakfast and lunch provided)

Location:  Capital Region BOCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Schoharie Conference Room(s)

Cost:  $175 (participating)/$225 (non-participating)

The participating rate will be charged for school personnel that currently purchase the Capital Region BOCES Health-Safety-Risk Management service. All others (including non-participating districts, other BOCES, municipalities, private organizations, etc.) will be charged the non-participating rate.  Pricing does not include DOL processing fees.

“No Shows” that do not cancel at least 48 hours in advance will be charged the full rate. Call 518-464-5118 or email jennifer.bennett@neric.org to cancel.

To register for this course, you must click HERE on this link and complete the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/qNiz1xooX7RkCz4H3


27. 2018-2019 BOCES Reporting Requirements Webinar - Fall

Program: NERIC: Data Warehouse

Audience: BOCES DDCs

Dates: 10/10/2018

New Reporting requirements in 18-19, BOCES reporting requirement by template, the sharing of Staff data with districts, the 18-19 TAA System, a reporting/task timeline for the year, and things to be ready for in Spring 2019

28. 2018-2019 BOCES Reporting Requirements Webinar - Fall

Program: NERIC: Data Warehouse

Audience: BOCES DDCs

Dates: 10/10/2018

New Reporting requirements in 18-19, BOCES reporting requirement by template, the sharing of Staff data with districts, the 18-19 TAA System, a reporting/task timeline for the year, and things to be ready for in Spring 2019

29. Building and Sustaining a Data-Informed Culture with Karen Bailey

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/11/2018 to 6/26/2019

These building team work sessions are designed to help educators understand the use of high-quality, classroom assessment data as a tool for enabling students to become confident, competent, lifelong learners capable of managing their ongoing academic success. These highly-interactive day are grounded in the research shown to increase student performance and motivation through improved classroom assessment. Participants will be introduced to the researched-based approach of balancing high quality, student involved, classroom assessments with building, district and/or state-wide summative assessments. Together we will explore the integration process between balanced assessment data, increased student performance, and standard Depth of Knowledge.

30. Instructional Media through Insignia

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 10/11/2018

Join us for a half-day training to learn about our all-new instructional media service!

Participants will learn how to engage learners through instructional media resources that align to content area standards and curricula, navigate the new system, and book physical items (such as text sets and primary source documents) in Insignia. In addition to all of the instructional media you relied on in the past, our new streaming resources for 2018-2019 include CCC! Streaming, NBC Learn, and NewsBank.

This training is intended for librarians and classroom teachers in all subjects/grade levels.

31. schooltoolTM Security [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Audience: Database Administrators

Dates: 10/11/2018

Participants in this WebEx will learn concepts and skills necessary for maintaining and adjusting security in schooltoolTM. Topics covered will include terminology and local account management including creating a local user account for a faculty member, parent or student, resetting a password, assuming a user account/identity and unlocking an account. Finally, we will discuss user maintenance tasks and options including Google login access, creating new groups, adding/removing users from groups individually or in batch, group reports and locating and adjusting group permissions in the security tree.

32. Elementary Book Club

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Audience: Elementary school librarians, K-5 teachers, support staff

Dates: 10/11/2018

Calling Librarians and Teachers,

Join us as we share and discuss elementary books and resources that can be used in the library and the classroom. Each month we pick a different theme where librarians and teachers gather good examples, new reads, or old favorites to share with the group. We discuss the books and how they can be used when teaching various concepts, while getting students excited about reading.

Attending this session earns 2 hours of CTLE hours.

33. (RSE-TASC) Career Development Considerations for Students who Have Experienced Trauma in Plattsburgh

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 10/12/2018

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Research has shown that trauma may impact the way a person engages in the career development process. Beliefs about self-worth, thoughts about careers and what is possible, as well as actual work performance and ability, may be impacted. In this session, participants will be exposed to how trauma can impact the career development process.

34. (RSE-TASC) CVES Transition Interagency Council (TIC) in Plattsburgh

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 10/12/2018

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The CVES TIC Interagency Council is a group that meets 3-4 times per year to discuss changes, share best practices and link with regional/local agencies with the goal of improving transition services for students with disabilities. EVERYONE is WELCOME to JOIN!

Topics for this session: Agency Updates/Resource Sharing & NYSED Updates

Refreshments are not provided.

35. Excel 2016: Spreadsheets for Educators - Online

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/15/2018 to 11/19/2018

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This online course introduces educators to the features of Excel 2016. The focus is on standards-based exercises that can be easily integrated and adapted for educator use across the curriculum. Topics covered may include: new features and functions, using spreadsheets in the classroom and school environment, enhanced gradebooks, conditional formatting, lookup tables, graphing data, importing and filtering data, working with live Web-based data, lists and PivotTables. Participants who complete all the assignments will receive a 15 hour completion certificate. Registrants will be notified by email with course access information.

Prerequisites: Must have Internet access and Excel 2016 software. Prior knowledge of Excel is strongly recommended.

Platform: PC
Fee: NERIC Model Schools Districts - FREE
Others: $250
Location: Online

36. Introduction to Pixlr - Online

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/15/2018 to 11/19/2018

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Pixlr is a free online cloud-based image editing tool that runs on both the PC and Mac platforms. It's a flash-based app that closely resembles Photoshop. Images may be opened from your workstation or URL, as well as from Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa. The course, focusing on Web image creation for the classroom, will include: interface navigation, selection tools and layers, manipulating your images, transforming and retouching photos, and filters. Participants who complete all the assignments, assessments and projects will receive a certificate of completion for 15 hours of participation. Registrants will be notified by email with course access information.

Prerequisites: Must have Internet access. Participants should also have access to a digital camera or digital images for final project completion.

Note: Priority registration for online courses will be given to NERIC Model Schools Service subscribers. All online participants must login and/or contact the course instructor within one week of the start of this course.

Platform: PC or Mac
Fee: NERIC Model Schools Districts - FREE
Others: $250
Location: Online

37. (RSE-TASC) Preschool Forum - Promoting Resilience

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Preschool special education and early education providers including; special education teacher, general education teacher, daycare teacher, administrator/supervisor, teacher aides/assistants and others as appropriate.

Dates: 10/15/2018

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As knowledge and understanding around the Adverse Childhood Experience Study grows, so does the need for tangible action steps to build resilience. To do this, we all must recognize that we have the opportunity and shared responsibility to build resilience of children and families. The training begins with a screening of the film Resilience to create a shared starting place for discussion and moves on to an interactive training where participants will engage in perspective shift work and leave equipped with every day action steps that are grounded in the Protective Factors Framework.

Sign In will begin at 8:30.

38. (RSE-TASC) Connecting Classroom Management Strategies and the IEP training in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Administrators, Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Special Area Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Related Service Providers

Dates: 10/16/2018

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We will explore some commonly used classroom behavior strategies to utilize for Tier 1 and determine when and how to modify those strategies to address Tier 2 behaviors. We will learn how to connect the strategy to the IEP.

We will modify tried and true behaviorally strategies in a planned and purposeful way to create Tier 2 strategies that work and help students remain in the least restrictive environment.

39. (RSE-TASC) Preschool Forum - Promoting Resilience

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Preschool special education and early education providers including; special education teacher, general education teacher, daycare teacher, administrator/supervisor, teacher aides/assistants and others as appropriate.

Dates: 10/16/2018

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As knowledge and understanding around the Adverse Childhood Experience Study grows, so does the need for tangible action steps to build resilience. To do this, we all must recognize that we have the opportunity and shared responsibility to build resilience of children and families. The training begins with a screening of the film Resilience to create a shared starting place for discussion and moves on to an interactive training where participants will engage in perspective shift work and leave equipped with every day action steps that are grounded in the Protective Factors Framework.

Sign In will begin at 8:30.

40. (RSE-TASC) Special Education Process for CPSE/CSE Secretary and Support Staff training in Castleton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: CPSE/CSE Chairpersons and their Secretaries/Support Staff

Dates: 10/16/2018

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This training is designed to provide CPSE/CSE Secretary/Support Staff with an understanding of the Special Education Process as delineated in education law and regulation. Chairpersons are highly encouraged to attend as well so that both Chairpersons and Secretaries can review their districts practices together.

Topics that will be addressed:

Office procedures and timelines

Corresponding SED Forms and guidance

Role of secretary and collaboration with Chairperson

Communication strategies with parents

41. Explore with Google Expeditions!

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/16/2018

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Google Expeditions Orientation for Borrowers

Come and take a journey using virtual reality headsets and Google Expeditions! This will be a hands-on session with teachers as Explorers! You will learn how Expeditions work, what technology is involved, where to find resources, and how to integrate Expeditions into your curriculum. You will also learn the process for signing up to use Google Expeditions in your classroom.

This technology is available to all NERIC Model Schools district teachers who attend an orientation. (On a first come, first served basis and subject to availability). This orientation is NOT required if teacher can participate in a 15-minute overview at drop-off to be arranged with coordinator.

Free to NERIC Model Schools Districts
Others: N/A
Location: NERIC Albany, CVES Room

42. YA Book Group

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 10/16/2018

A monthly two-hour book group of librarians and teachers who come together to share current young adult (YA) titles. Participants are encouraged to bring 1-3 new titles to booktalk and discuss as they relate to genre studies, booklists, curricular areas, and NYS curriculum.

43. Arts & Enrichment Advisory Meeting

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 10/18/2018

TBA

44. Professional Development Program Plan: Designing and Facilitating Adult Learning Experiences

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/19/2018 to 12/7/2018

New
This two-day program focuses on understanding and addressing the unique needs of adult learners and provides participants with opportunities to design as they learn. It includes an expectation that participants will implement what they design between day 1 and day 2.

Participant Outcomes: 1. Understanding the unique characteristics of adult learners

* identifying characteristics that distinguish adult learners

*recognizing the principles of adult learning in specific program components and learning experiences

*exploring the connections between adult learner characteristics and design elements

2. Conceptualizing and designing coherent learning experiences that are grounded in an understanding of adult learning

*writing learner outcomes that are congruent to goals

*designing active learning opportunities that honor adult learners

*aligning learning opportunities to outcomes

*embedding formative assessment measures

3. Facilitating using a responsive approach

* identifying key attitudes and dispositions required for responsive facilitation, including listening to understand, flexibility, and transparency of intent

* recognizing responsive facilitation attributes in program components and learning experiences

* practicing using questions and prompts that deepen learning for individuals and groups

4. Understanding and using feedback for improvement

* examining the attributes of feedback that promote growth

* practicing using productive questioning

45. (RSE-TASC) Connecting Classroom Management Strategies and the IEP training in Saratoga Springs

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Administrators, Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Special Area Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Related Service Providers

Dates: 10/19/2018

New
We will explore some commonly used classroom behavior strategies to utilize for Tier 1 and determine when and how to modify those strategies to address Tier 2 behaviors. We will learn how to connect the strategy to the IEP.

We will modify tried and true behaviorally strategies in a planned and purposeful way to create Tier 2 strategies that work and help students remain in the least restrictive environment.

This face-to-face class is explicitly designed for NERIC Model Schools and Distance Learning instructors. The focus will be on creating online professional development and Distance Learning content on the Schoology LMS platform. The following topics may be covered, but not limited to: Schoology overview and navigation, importing and creating new content, logon procedures for participants, and best practices in online instructional design. Prerequisites: You must be a current or prospective NERIC Model Schools or Distance Learning instructor.

47. (RSE-TASC) Non-District PBIS Roundtable in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: PBIS Coaches and Coordinators from Non-District (853, Special Act) Residential/Day Program Schools.

Dates: 10/19/2018 to 6/7/2019

This roundtable is intended for PBIS coaches and team members from Non-District schools who are implementing PBIS. The roundtable topics will reflect the current needs of the participants and an agenda will be emailed one week prior to the roundtable. Topics will include, but are not limited to: Tier 1 and Tier 2 implementation and sustainability, success, challenges/barriers, data collection, evaluation and analysis, staff buy-in, student buy-in, etc.

48. Google Forms: In and Out of the Classroom - Online

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/22/2018 to 11/30/2018

New
This 15-hour online course introduces educators to Google Forms for classroom and personal use. Google Forms is a tool that is a part of the G-Suite. It allows users to create easy-to-use web forms, that are linked to a Google Sheet. The course focus is on standards-based exercises that can be easily integrated and adapted for educator use across the curriculum. Topics covered may include: form creation and formatting, using templates, creating surveys, quizzes, exit tickets, sharing and collaborating, and using add-ons. Participants who complete all the assignments will receive a 15 hour completion certificate. Registrants will be notified by email with course access information. Prerequisites: Must have Internet access and a Google Drive account. Prior knowledge of Google Drive is strongly recommended.

Prerequisites:Must have Internet access and a Google Drive/Gmail account.

Note: All participants must login and/or contact the course instructor within one week of the start of this course.

Platform: PC
Fee: NERIC Model Schools Districts - FREE
Others: $250
Location: Online

49. Google Sheets for Educators - Online

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/22/2018 to 11/26/2018

New
This 15-hour online course introduces educators to Google Sheets. The focus is on standards-based exercises that can be easily integrated and adapted for educator use across the curriculum. Topics covered may include: making the transition from Excel, using spreadsheets in the classroom and school environment, gradebooks, conditional formatting and filters, graphing data, working with live Web-based data, and using add-ons. Participants who complete all the assignments will receive a 15 hour completion certificate. Registrants will be notified by email with course access information. Prerequisites: Must have Internet access and a Google Drive account. Prior knowledge of Excel is strongly recommended.

Prerequisites:Must have Internet access and a Google Drive/Gmail account.

Note: All participants must login and/or contact the course instructor within one week of the start of this course.

Platform: PC
Fee: NERIC Model Schools Districts - FREE
Others: $250
Location: Online

50. Restorative Justice

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/22/2018

Restorative Justice Practices are a set of informal and formal strategies intended to build relationships and a sense of community to prevent conflict and wrongdoing, and respond to wrongdoings, with the intention to repair any harm that was a result of the wrongdoing. Preventative strategies include community or relationship building circles, and the use of restorative language. Some responsive strategies include the use of Restorative Questions within a circle or conferencing format, again with the intention of repairing the wrong that happened as a result of the behavior. The Restorative Questions, while varied in exact language, ask the student to consider: what happened? who did it impact? how do you make it right? Research has shown that effectively managing student behavior is a pre-requisite for all of the other learning that needs to happen in a classroom. Unfortunately, many of our school discipline policies are not working. The Restorative Justice institute will help educators learn how to transform their discipline policies and create inclusive learning environments that increase achievement for all students. Participants at the event will leave with:

• The ability to answer the question- What is restorative practice and restorative justice?

• The desire and tools necessary to implement restorative justice practices in their school and districts.

• Concrete tools and a mechanism to deal with questions about restorative justice that may arise in their buildings.

• An understanding of the low-level and high-level harm caused by poor discipline policies and what they can do to repair the harm. This workshop will provide attendees with the opportunity to ask questions of Dr. Dominique Smith and each other with a focus on transforming their own personal beliefs and learning how to manage classroom behavior more effectively by determining why students are behaving in a certain way.

51. (RSE-TASC) Early Childhood Training Series - Session 2 - Using a Classroom Schedule and Rules training in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: UPK staff (Teachers and support staff) as well as special education providers (special education teachers, Speech Pathologists, PT, OT, etc.), child care providers and others as appropriate.

Dates: 10/22/2018

Session 2 will focus on developing a routine for using a Classroom Schedule and rules to promote positive behavior. Participants will:

  • Understand the importance of using a classroom schedule and having classroom rules
  • Increase knowledge of how to teach, practice and acknowledge students by using a classroom schedule and classroom rules

***This series is designed for participants to attend all 4 sessions***

52. Middle School Teachers Professional Learning Community: Enduring Issues, CRQ’s and Beyond

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/23/2018

New
The NYS Social Studies K-12 frameworks have called for students to develop an understanding of concepts and key ideas through inquiry, analysis of primary and secondary source document. Additionally, students will be assessed on their content knowledge as well as their facility with social studies skills. In this extended professional learning series, teachers will continue to collaborate to develop strategies that: Align lessons and curriculum maps in the context of the Social Studies Frameworks. Prepare students to write extended document-based essays. Enable students to “read like an historian.”

53. Coding with Robots in the Classroom

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/23/2018

New
Half Day Robot Orientation for Borrowers

This course will be an overview of Blue-Bot, Cubelets, Ozobot, Dash and Dot, and Sphero robots. Any teacher that attends this workshop will be approved to borrow robots for your classroom during the school year.

MS or HS teachers arrive at 9:30 and miss the Blue-Bot overview.

For NERIC Model Schools only.

Fee: Model Schools Participants - FREE
Others: $125
Location: NERIC Albany, HFM Room

54. Visible Learning for Literacy Within an Response to Intervention Model with Dr. Doug Fisher

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/24/2018

“All students deserve a great teacher, not by chance, but by design.” John Hattie’s research on learning and achievement has transformed education. This workshop applies Dr. Hattie’s research to K -12 literacy instruction within the context of a tiered intervention model. Educators will come away with a deeper understanding of how they can use evidence-based research to maximize their impact on student learning across the tiers. Participants will:

• Learn how to apply the principles of Visible Learning research to K -12 classroom instruction

• Understand the three phases of learning – surface, deep and transfer – and the unique importance of each

• Learn what activities and routines have the greatest impact on student growth (and which have the least) to maximize and strategize learning time

• Understand how to use the right approach at the right time so teachers can more intentionally design classroom experiences that hit the surface, deep and transfer phases of learning. Facilitator: Dr. Douglas Fisher Teams attending together is strongly encouraged.

55. (RSE-TASC) Coach 101 Training for City School District of Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: PBIS Coaches from the City School District of Albany

Dates: 10/24/2018

New
This training will provide the essential information, resources and organizational/leadership skills to prepare a PBIS coach for his/her role and responsibilities. We will focus on PBIS history, best coaching practices, structuring team meetings, exploring PBIS concepts, elements of implementation with an emphasis on fidelity, and increasing coaches’ familiarity with data sources, action planning and guiding the team. The deadline to register is 10/15/18.
CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

The amended Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect on July 1, 2013. Under this amended legislation, beginning January 1, 2014, all persons applying to the NYS Education Department for an administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service or school service certificate or license, must complete six (6) clock hours of coursework or training in harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention and intervention. The training proactively addresses the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create an affirming school environment for all students.

PER SED REQUIREMENTS, LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Sign in begins at 8:00 a.m. Training starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. You may bring food to this training. Ends at 3:30 p.m..

Presenter: Lisa Ball

Cost: $80 CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

Additional Information:

Payment must be received one week prior to the training. Please mail your personal check or money order (made payable to Capital Region BOCES) to Attn: Deb Allen, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany NY 12205-1016. You can also drop off your payment to the same address to secure your spot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. We do not take debit or credit cards.

You must be present for the entire session to receive your certificate.

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. Your certificate will not be released until your payment or District signed enrollment form is received.

If you have any questions, please contact Deb Allen at 518-464-3940 or deb.allen@neric.org.

57. (RSE-TASC) FBA/BIP Training for Pre-School Age training in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Administrator/Supervisor, Special Education Teacher, General Education Teacher, Social Worker, School Psychologist and others as appropriate

Dates: 10/25/2018 to 11/19/2018

New
During this two day training, participants will increase their knowledge of:

-NYS Regulations

-Concepts and processes for conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments for Pre School students (FBAs)

-Developing and progress monitoring Behavioral Intervention Plans for Pre School students (BIPs)

-Using data throughout the FBA and BIP process

- Developing and Progress Monitoring Behavior Intervention Plans

- Different tools and ways to help track and monitor Behavior Intervention Plans

- Measuring fidelity

Please bring:

- Day 1 Team Training materials for Day 2

- Any (redacted) data collection and monitoring examples you would like to share for progress monitoring

- Your fidelity measures

- Laptops are suggested (if possible)

Sign-In will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the workshop will promptly begin by 9 a.m.

58. schooltoolTM Actions Tab Overview [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 10/25/2018

schooltoolTM offers a variety of tools for producing letters, name tags, student directories, Excel lists and other common schooltoolTM merges. This session will focus on powerful schooltoolTM features to assist clerical, guidance, and super users with these critical day-to-day tasks.

59. Maximizing School Librarian Leadership

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Audience: School Librarians and Administrators

Dates: 10/25/2018 to 6/5/2019

New
What: Yearlong group book study of Judi Moreillon’s Maximizing School Librarian Leadership
Date: Sept 2018- June 2019
Facilitator: Annie Gersztoff

Intended Audience: School librarians, administrators

Purpose: To increase school librarian leadership skills and empower each other. Judi Moreillon is encouraging and supporting a yearlong book study with posts on her blog. This professional development will follow her suggested reading schedule and prompts.

Participation: There will be both online and in-person components to this professional development opportunity. The online portion will be through Google Classroom (code: 7e3d1vz) and will offer a space for sharing ideas, responding to discussion questions, and building capacity through reflection. We will also meet in person every other month because nothing compares to in-person discussion! At our in-person meetings, we will focus on the activities at the end of the assigned chapters.

Meeting dates: Thurs, October 25 (Ch 1 & 2), Weds December 5 (Ch 3 & 4), Weds February 6 (Ch 5 & 6), Weds April 10 (Ch 7 & 8), and Weds June 5 (Ch 9 & conclusion). Please read the assigned chapters before each in-person meeting.

Time: 3:00 - 4:30

Book will be provided by the Capital Region School Library System.

Total PD Hours: 15 (7.5 in person hours, 7.5 online)

60. (RSE-TASC) Albany PBIS Coaches' Meeting

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: PBIS Tier 1 and Tiers 2/3 Building Coaches

Dates: 10/26/2018

New
The City School District of Albany will be hosting meetings of PBIS Tier 1 and Tier 2 Coaches throughout the academic year. They will be co-facilitated by District Staff and Pat Gogol, RSE-TASC Behavior Specialist. The goals of these meetings include:

1. To share updates on the process of implementation

2. To share resources and ideas/approaches to implementation

3. To share District updates

4. To share updates in the field with Coaches and provide professional development as needed

5. To plan for long-term sustainability of PBIS/RtI-B in the district

Sign-In will begin at 8:30 a.m.; Meeting begins promptly at 9 a.m. Registration deadline is 10/10/18.

61. (RSE-TASC) Transition Interagency Group in Saratoga Springs

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: CSE Chairs, High School Teachers, Counselors, Psychologists, Transition Staff, Agency Personnel

Dates: 10/26/2018

New
Transition Interagency Group is an opportunity for school/agency personnel working with transition age students and the post school agencies that support young adults with disabilities to meet and discuss transition to postsecondary life for individuals with disabilities. The group meets 3 times a school year. Discussions include: changes in policy; sharing best practices and challenges; and networking with regional/local agencies with the common goal of improving transition outcomes for students with disabilities. The morning session is typically a meeting or guided discussion and networking opportunities. The afternoon is typically a training opportunity. Agendas for each session are provided by joining the Transition Interagency Group at: https://snn.neric.org/rsetasc/ Everyone is welcome to join. Registration for each session is required on My Learning Plan.

62. (RSE-TASC Community Agency Fair in Saratoga Springs

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: CSE Chairs, High School Teachers, Counselors, Psychologists, Transition Staff, Agency Personnel

Dates: 10/26/2018

New
In this session, participants will be able to meet with local agencies that can provide services to middle/high school students to help facilitate the transition process. Come and learn about agencies that can provide support to students around employment, education, mental health, independent living.

63. Google Classroom for Educators - Online

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 10/29/2018 to 12/3/2018

New
Google Classroom is a free tool that allows teachers to create assignments, post announcements and start class discussions. As part of the G Suite, Google Classroom is suitable for a flipped classroom and blended learning experience. Classroom provides an easy-to-use interface that is accessible from all devices.

Topics covered in this 15 hour online course may include: the layout, setting up your classroom, adding students and co-teachers, documents, calendar, posting announcements, assignments and questions, using classroom as a student, exporting grades, and integrating other Google tools and add-ons.

Requirements: Participants will need to submit their school's Google domain to steven.janover@neric.org to facilitate optimal access to the Google Classroom.

64. (RSE-TASC) Transition Bootcamp in Saratoga Springs

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Restricted to public school teams addressing SPP Indicator #13. Must include one Administrator and one High School Special Education Teacher. Additional recommended team members - Related Service Providers, WBL Coordinators and Middle School Special Education Teachers

Dates: 10/29/2018

New
This in an intense 1 day training designed specifically for public school personnel who have SPP Indicator #13 during the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school year or for schools who did not achieve 100% during the 2017-2018 school year. Participants will review all SPP Indicator #13 areas and will receive instruction, examples and tools to assist with the essential components of compliance. Registration is for teams of 3-4 members and must include one administrator and one high school special education teacher. Participants will receive further instructions once team registrations have been approved.

65. Enduring Issues, CRQ’s, and the new Global History and Geography Exam

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/30/2018 to 3/13/2019

New
The new Global History and Geography Regents Exams based on the new Social Studies Framework will first be administered to students beginning in June 2019. Districts will have the option of administering the new Exam (Global History II) or the Global History “Transition” exam until June of 2020. The Social Studies Frameworks and the new exam place an emphasis on reading comprehension and historical based thinking. In this workshop participants will collaborate with colleagues to explore and share strategies in order to: Become more familiar with the social studies “practices” outlined in the Frameworks. Empower students to decode and evaluate complex texts. Align lessons and curriculum maps in the context of the Social Studies Frameworks. Foster an historical based thinking classroom.

66. Refining Your Leadership Voice- NYSAWA session 1

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 10/30/2018

New
Defining your personal leadership mission Initiating difficult conversations Developing your professional skill set $50/session or $40 for NYSAWA members $140/all 3 sessions or $105 for NYSAWA members (registration will indicate the higher fees, fess will be adjusted as appropriate)

67. (RSE-TASC) Transition Bootcamp in Canton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Restricted to public school teams addressing SPP Indicator #13. Must include one Administrator and one High School Special Education Teacher. Additional recommended team members - Related Service Providers, WBL Coordinators and Middle School Special Education Teachers

Dates: 11/2/2018

New
This in an intense 1 day training designed specifically for public school personnel who have SPP Indicator #13 during the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school year or for schools who did not achieve 100% during the 2017-2018 school year. Participants will review all SPP Indicator #13 areas and will receive instruction, examples and tools to assist with the essential components of compliance. Registration is for teams of 3-4 members and must include one administrator and one high school special education teacher. Participants will receive further instructions once team registrations have been approved.

68. schooltoolTM Custom Exports [PLT]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 11/8/2018

This class will provide an introduction to the custom export functionality within schooltoolTM. We will examine the basics of creating custom exports with an emphasis upon field selection, filters, and sorting.

69. schooltoolTM Custom Exports Advanced [PLT]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 11/8/2018

This class will focus on specific custom exports you wish to create. We will build them together during the session. We will discuss common problems encountered while working with custom exports. We will also focus on more complicated filtering strategies.

70. (RSE-TASC) Transition Bootcamp in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Restricted to public school teams addressing SPP Indicator #13. Must include one Administrator and one High School Special Education Teacher. Additional recommended team members are Related Service Providers, WBL Coordinators and Middle School Special Education Teachers

Dates: 11/9/2018

New
This in an intense 1 day training designed specifically for public school personnel who have SPP Indicator #13 during the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school year or for schools who did not achieve 100% during the 2017-2018 school year. Participants will review all SPP Indicator #13 areas and will receive instruction, examples and tools to assist with the essential components of compliance. Registration is for teams of 3-4 members and must include one administrator and one high school special education teacher. Participants will receive further instructions once team registrations have been approved.
CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

The amended Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect on July 1, 2013. Under this amended legislation, beginning January 1, 2014, all persons applying to the NYS Education Department for an administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service or school service certificate or license, must complete six (6) clock hours of coursework or training in harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention and intervention. The training proactively addresses the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create an affirming school environment for all students.

PER SED REQUIREMENTS, LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Sign in begins at 8:00 a.m. Training starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. You may bring food to this training. Ends at 3:30 p.m..

Presenter: Lisa Ball

Cost: $80 CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

Additional Information:

Payment must be received one week prior to the training. Please mail your personal check or money order (made payable to Capital Region BOCES) to Attn: Deb Allen, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany NY 12205-1016. You can also drop off your payment to the same address to secure your spot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. We do not take debit or credit cards.

YYou must be present for the entire session to receive your certificate.

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. Your certificate will not be released until your payment or District signed enrollment form is received.

If you have any questions, please contact Deb Allen at 518-464-3940 or deb.allen@neric.org.

72. Purpose in My Pocket: a Book Club focused around Special Education

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Audience: Special education teachers, service providers, and staff

Dates: 11/13/2018

November's book: Ugly by Robert Hoge

Purpose in my Pocket is a monthly book club for special education teachers, service providers, and staff who work with individuals with differing needs. In this era of ever-changing expectation in education, it can be difficult to remember why you chose the profession you did, and also to make time for yourself. Through reading mass-market novels (memoirs, realistic fiction) from the perspective of those with special needs, and the people that assist in their care and education, Purpose in my Pocket seeks to help remind you of the passion that brought you into education, while encouraging you to take time to read, reflect, and expand your range of favorite "special needs based" literature"!

Participants are asked to:

-attend the meetings they are interested in (some, or all, each meeting is independent of the others) and bring your copy of the book with you

-come to the meeting having read the book (you may attend if you have not finished it, however, we will be discussing the book in its entirety)

-be ready to answer the following 5 questions based on the text:

*Using the "thumbs scale" (thumbs up, thumb to the side, thumbs down), how would you rate this book overall?

*What feelings did this book evoke for you?

*What was your favorite quote/passage/chapter, and why?

*Did you find anything surprising, unsettling, shocking, or strange about this book, and what?

*What were your take-aways from the text/ how does this text influence your special education mindset?

Participants are also encouraged to bring journal articles, movie recommendations, and positive stories related to that month's book to share with the Club! We will also continually be collecting suggestions for titles for what we should read during the 2018-19 school year.

Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month and attendees will receive 2.0 CTLE credits for each meeting they attend.


Conference

73. Asbestos Operations & Maintenance Refresher

Program: Health, Safety, & Environmental Compliance

Dates: 11/14/2018

Asbestos Operations & Maintenance Refresher

Course Date:  Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Course Time:  8:00 am - 1:00 pm (continental breakfast and lunch provided)

Location:  Capital Region BOCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Schoharie Conference Room(s)

Cost:  $150 (participating)/$175 (non-participating)

The participating rate will be charged for school personnel that currently purchase the Capital Region BOCES Health-Safety-Risk Management service. All others (including non-participating districts, other BOCES, municipalities, private organizations, etc.) will be charged the non-participating rate.  Pricing does not include DOL processing fees.

“No Shows” that do not cancel at least 48 hours in advance will be charged the full rate. Call 518-464-5118 or email jennifer.bennett@neric.org to cancel.

To register for this course, you must click HERE on this link and complete the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/XQ23MjaQoJSPMHw23


74. Elementary Book Club

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Audience: Elementary school librarians, K-5 teachers, support staff

Dates: 11/14/2018

Calling Librarians and Teachers,

Join us as we share and discuss elementary books and resources that can be used in the library and the classroom. Each month we pick a different theme where librarians and teachers gather good examples, new reads, or old favorites to share with the group. We discuss the books and how they can be used when teaching various concepts, while getting students excited about reading.

Attending this session earns 2 hours of CTLE hours.

75. (RSE-TASC) Early Childhood Training Series - Session 3 - Challenging Behavior Part 1 training in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: UPK staff (Teachers and support staff) as well as special education providers (special education teachers, Speech Pathologists, PT, OT, etc.), child care providers and others as appropriate.

Dates: 11/15/2018

In session 3 participants will:

  • Discuss common behaviors observed in a preschool classroom and identify some reasons why these behaviors might occur
  • Increase knowledge of strategies to prevent challenging behavior
  • Improve ability to appropriately respond to challenging behavior
  • Identify the skill that the child needs to develop

***This series is designed for participants to attend all 4 sessions***

76. (RSE-TASC) Albany PBIS Coaches' Meeting

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: PBIS Tier 1 and Tiers 2/3 Building Coaches

Dates: 11/16/2018

New
The City School District of Albany will be hosting meetings of PBIS Tier 1 and Tier 2 Coaches throughout the academic year. They will be co-facilitated by District Staff and Pat Gogol, RSE-TASC Behavior Specialist. The goals of these meetings include:

1. To share updates on the process of implementation

2. To share resources and ideas/approaches to implementation

3. To share District updates

4. To share updates in the field with Coaches and provide professional development as needed

5. To plan for long-term sustainability of PBIS/RtI-B in the district

Sign-In will begin at 8:30 a.m.; Meeting begins promptly at 9 a.m. Registration deadline is 11/7/18.

This face-to-face class is explicitly designed for NERIC Model Schools and Distance Learning instructors. The focus will be on creating online professional development and Distance Learning content on the Schoology LMS platform. The following topics may be covered, but not limited to: Schoology overview and navigation, importing and creating new content, logon procedures for participants, and best practices in online instructional design. Prerequisites: You must be a current or prospective NERIC Model Schools or Distance Learning instructor.

78. YA Book Group

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 11/20/2018

A monthly two-hour book group of librarians and teachers who come together to share current young adult (YA) titles. Participants are encouraged to bring 1-3 new titles to booktalk and discuss as they relate to genre studies, booklists, curricular areas, and NYS curriculum.

79. SLS Council Meeting

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Dates: 11/27/2018

Quarterly meeting of the School Library Council. The Council acts as the Board of Trustees in guiding the School Library System with goals, objectives and action plans. This group is represented by school librarians, administrators, public librarians, Capital District Library Council, NERIC, local university School of Library and Information programs, and members at large.

80. schooltoolTM Custom Exports [ALB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 11/27/2018

This class will provide an introduction to the custom export functionality within schooltoolTM. We will examine the basics of creating custom exports with an emphasis upon field selection, filters, and sorting. We will discuss common problems encountered while working with custom exports. We will also focus on more complicated filtering strategies.

81. Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination: Prevention and Intervention Training (Dignity for All Students Act) November 27 & 29, 2018

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 11/27/2018 to 11/29/2018

CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

The amended Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect on July 1, 2013. Under this amended legislation, beginning January 1, 2014, all persons applying to the NYS Education Department for an administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service or school service certificate or license, must complete six (6) clock hours of coursework or training in harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention and intervention. The training proactively addresses the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create an affirming school environment for all students.

PER SED REQUIREMENTS, LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Sign in begins at 4:00 p.m. Training starts promptly at 4:30 p.m. You may bring food to this training. Ends at 7:30 p.m..

Presenter: Lisa Ball

Cost: $80 CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

Additional Information:

Payment must be received one week prior to the training. Please mail your personal check or money order (made payable to Capital Region BOCES) to Attn: Deb Allen, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany NY 12205-1016. You can also drop off your payment to the same address to secure your spot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. We do not take debit or credit cards.

You must be present for the entire session on both dates to receive your certificate.

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. Your certificate will not be released until your payment or District signed enrollment form is received.

If you have any questions, please contact Deb Allen at 518-464-3940 or deb.allen@neric.org.

82. (RSE-TASC) Transition Bootcamp in Plattsburgh

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Restricted to public school teams addressing SPP Indicator #13. Must include one Administrator and one High School Special Education Teacher. Additional recommended team members are Related Service Providers, WBL Coordinators and Middle School Special Education Teachers

Dates: 11/28/2018

New
This in an intense 1 day training designed specifically for public school personnel who have SPP Indicator #13 during the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school year or for schools who did not achieve 100% during the 2017-2018 school year. Participants will review all SPP Indicator #13 areas and will receive instruction, examples and tools to assist with the essential components of compliance. Registration is for teams of 3-4 members and must include one administrator and one high school special education teacher. Participants will receive further instructions once team registrations have been approved.

83. Introducing Cue!

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 11/28/2018

New
Cue Orientation for Borrowers

This course will be an overview of Cue, a new robot addition to the Model Schools Lending Library. This robot is similar to Dash, but is geared more for Middle School. Students can chat with the robot using text-like messages, control the robot to navigate spaces, or program Cue using block-based code or JavaScript text mode. Any teacher that attends this workshop will be approved to borrow this robot for their classroom during the school year. Since newer iPads are required for this robot, they are included with the robots in the borrower package.

Fee: Model Schools Participants - FREE
Others: $125
Location: NERIC Albany and Malone

84. Introducing Bloxels!

Program: NERIC: Model Schools

Dates: 11/28/2018

New
Bloxels Orientation for Borrowers

This course will be an overview of Bloxels, a new addition to the Model Schools Lending Library. Bloxels is a hands-on tool for students to create stories and turn them into video games that they can then actually play and share with classmates. They start with a Bloxels board where they will plan and design their story, characters, and boards. It is then scanned with a device and the game becomes digital. Bloxels encourages collaboration as students learn design thinking. Ideal for elementary grades 2-5.

Fee: Model Schools Participants - FREE
Others: $125
Location: NERIC Albany and Malone

85. schooltoolTM Reports [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 11/29/2018

This webinar will cover the various ways to report information from schooltoolTM so that users are aware of all options: Canned Custom Export Report Action Tab Attendance Letters Discipline Letters Mindex Custom Reports

86. Mental Health & School Safety: Addressing the Whole Child Post Parkland

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 11/30/2018

New
Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom by Kristin Souers with Pete Hall

This conference will feature…

*Keynote Address from Commissioner MaryEllen Elia

*Sandy Hook Promise

*Key indicators of potential mental health issues

*Homeland Security

*Effect of screen time on mental health

Registration from 7:45-8:30 am, program starts promptly at 8:30 am

3 or more participants from a district fee will be reduced to $150 per person

87. (RSE-TASC) Morning Update with Acces-VR in Mineville

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 11/30/2018

New
Most of us are familiar with the outstanding supports and services that Acces-VR provides to individuals with disabilities. Coming in 2019, there will be even more services! Join us as we discuss the new and exciting ways that schools and agencies can partner to support students CDOS skill development and work readiness.

88. (RSE-TASC) Essex Transition Interagency Council (PM Session) in Mineville

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special education teachers, school psychologists, transition coordinators, CSE, counselors, teaching assistants, job coaches, agency personnel, parents

Dates: 11/30/2018

New
Transition Interagency Council is an opportunity for school/agency personnel working with transition age students and the post school agencies that support young adults with disabilities to meet and discuss transition to postsecondary life for individuals with disabilities. The group meets 3 times a school year. Discussions include: changes in policy; sharing best practices and challenges; and networking with regional/local agencies with the common goal of improving transition outcomes for students with disabilities and Assistive Technology.

89. (RSE-TASC) Early Childhood Training Series - Session 4 - Challenging Behavior Part 2 training in Albany

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: UPK staff (Teachers and support staff) as well as special education providers (special education teachers, Speech Pathologists, PT, OT, etc.), child care providers and others as appropriate.

Dates: 12/4/2018

In session 4 participants will:

  • Increase knowledge of strategies to prevent challenging behavior
  • Improve ability to appropriately respond to challenging behavior
  • Identify the skill that the child needs to develop

***This series is designed for participants to attend all 4 sessions***Attendance for Challenging Behavior Part 1 (Session 3) is required in order to register for this session.

90. schooltoolTM Student/Parent - Mobile App [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 12/6/2018

Attendees of this session will see demonstrations of both the schooltoolTM student and parent portals, including viewing student demographics, grades, attendance, assessments, discipline and other available data. The schooltoolTM Mobile app will be also be reviewed, with “what’s new” information and best practice talking points for implementation discussed.

Conference

91. Asbestos Handler Refresher

Program: Health, Safety, & Environmental Compliance

Dates: 12/7/2018

Asbestos Handler Refresher

Course Date:  Friday, December 7, 2018

Course Time:  8:00 am - 4:00 pm (continental breakfast and lunch provided)

Location:  Capital Region BOCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Schoharie Conference Room(s)

Cost:  $175 (participating)/$225 (non-participating)

The participating rate will be charged for school personnel that currently purchase the Capital Region BOCES Health-Safety-Risk Management service. All others (including non-participating districts, other BOCES, municipalities, private organizations, etc.) will be charged the non-participating rate.  Pricing does not include DOL processing fees.

“No Shows” that do not cancel at least 48 hours in advance will be charged the full rate. Call 518-464-5118 or email jennifer.bennett@neric.org to cancel.

To register for this course, you must click HERE on this link and complete the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/5U9ovfDPcK3EPxpi1


92. (RSE-TASC) FEH BOCES Interagency Council/Academy (AM Session) in Saranac Lake

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 12/7/2018

New
THE FEH Interagency Council is a group that meets 3-4 times per year to discuss changes, share best practices and link with regional/local agencies with the goal of improving transition services for students with disabilities. EVERYONE is WELCOME to JOIN!

Topics for this session:

~ Agency Updates/Resource Sharing

~ Graduation Options Updates

~ Assistive Technology Show & Tell

Refreshments are not provided.

93. (RSE-TASC) Work Based Learning/CDOS Roundtable in Saranac Lake

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 12/7/2018

New
The purpose of this session is to allow educators to learn about, and to teach each other about, strategies, practices and resources to bring their Work Experience/CDOS Programming to the next level. Please come prepared to share!

~ How are we doing it all? Fitting WBL into a full academic day

~ How am I making connections with employers and finding sites?

~ Show and Tell - what are other districts doing/using?

94. (RSE-TASC) Morning Update with Acces-VR in Canton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 12/10/2018

New
Most of us are familiar with the outstanding supports and services that Acces-VR provides to individuals with disabilities. Coming in 2019, there will be even more services! Join us as we discuss the new and exciting ways that schools and agencies can partner to support students CDOS skill development and work readiness.

95. (RSE-TASC) Transition Interagency Group (PM Session) in Canton

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Transition Coordinators, CSE, Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Job Coaches, Agency Personnel, Parents

Dates: 12/10/2018

New
Transition Interagency Group is an opportunity for school/agency personnel working with transition age students and the post school agencies that support young adults with disabilities to meet and discuss transition to postsecondary life for individuals with disabilities. The group meets 3 times a school year. Discussions include: changes in policy; sharing best practices and challenges; and networking with regional/local agencies with the common goal of improving transition outcomes for students with disabilities.

96. schooltoolTM New Feature Demonstrations [WEB]

Program: NERIC: SchoolTool

Dates: 12/11/2018

This webinar will be a demonstration of new schooltoolTM features introduced by Mindex during the FIRST half of the year.

97. Purpose in My Pocket: a Book Club focused around Special Education

Program: School Support Services - Library Media Services

Audience: Special education teachers, service providers, and staff

Dates: 12/11/2018

December's book: Seeing Ezra: A Mother's Story of Autism, Unconditional Love, & the Meaning of Normal by Kerry Cohen

Purpose in my Pocket is a monthly book club for special education teachers, service providers, and staff who work with individuals with differing needs. In this era of ever-changing expectation in education, it can be difficult to remember why you chose the profession you did, and also to make time for yourself. Through reading mass-market novels (memoirs, realistic fiction) from the perspective of those with special needs, and the people that assist in their care and education, Purpose in my Pocket seeks to help remind you of the passion that brought you into education, while encouraging you to take time to read, reflect, and expand your range of favorite "special needs based" literature!

Participants are asked to:

-attend the meetings they are interested in (some, or all, each meeting is independent of the others) and bring your copy of the book with you

-come to the meeting having read the book (you may attend if you have not finished it, however, we will be discussing the book in its entirety)

-be ready to answer the following 5 questions based on the text:

*Using the "thumb scale" (thumbs up, thumb to the side, thumbs down), how would you rate this book overall?

*What feelings did this book evoke for you?

*What was your favorite quote/passage/chapter and why?

*Did you find anything surprising, unsettling, shocking, or strange about this book, and what?

*What were your take-aways from the text/ how does this text influence your special education mindset?

Participants are also encouraged to bring journal articles, movie recommendations, and positive stories related to that month's book to share with the Club! We will also continually be collecting suggestions for titles for what we should read during the 2018-19 school year.

Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month and attendees will receive 2.0 CTLE credits for each meeting they attend.

CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

The amended Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect on July 1, 2013. Under this amended legislation, beginning January 1, 2014, all persons applying to the NYS Education Department for an administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service or school service certificate or license, must complete six (6) clock hours of coursework or training in harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention and intervention. The training proactively addresses the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create an affirming school environment for all students.

PER SED REQUIREMENTS, LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Sign in begins at 8:00 a.m. Training starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. You may bring food to this training. Ends at 3:30 p.m..

Presenter: Lisa Ball

Cost: $80 CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

Additional Information:

Payment must be received one week prior to the training. Please mail your personal check or money order (made payable to Capital Region BOCES) to Attn: Deb Allen, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany NY 12205-1016. You can also drop off your payment to the same address to secure your spot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. We do not take debit or credit cards.

You must be present for the entire session to receive your certificate.

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. Your certificate will not be released until your payment or District signed enrollment form is received.

If you have any questions, please contact Deb Allen at 518-464-3940 or deb.allen@neric.org.

This webinar will be a review of mid-year school rollover tasks required to begin scheduling. Specific topics will include preparatory steps for the scheduling season and to begin new school year setup. A review of the schooltoolTM rollover screen will be included, as will period maintenance, and other maintenance setup tasks performed during the annual rollover.

100. (RSE-TASC) Albany PBIS Coaches' Meeting

Program: Support Services: Regional Special Ed Technical Assistance Support Center

Audience: PBIS Tier 1 and Tiers 2/3 Building Coaches

Dates: 12/14/2018

New
The City School District of Albany will be hosting meetings of PBIS Tier 1 and Tier 2 Coaches throughout the academic year. They will be co-facilitated by District Staff and Pat Gogol, RSE-TASC Behavior Specialist. The goals of these meetings include:

1. To share updates on the process of implementation

2. To share resources and ideas/approaches to implementation

3. To share District updates

4. To share updates in the field with Coaches and provide professional development as needed

5. To plan for long-term sustainability of PBIS/RtI-B in the district

Sign-In will begin at 8:30 a.m.; Meeting begins promptly at 9 a.m. Registration deadline is 12/5/18.

101. Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination: Prevention and Intervention Training (Dignity for All Students Act) December 18 & 20, 2018

Program: Support Services: General Professional Development

Dates: 12/18/2018 to 12/20/2018

CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

The amended Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect on July 1, 2013. Under this amended legislation, beginning January 1, 2014, all persons applying to the NYS Education Department for an administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service or school service certificate or license, must complete six (6) clock hours of coursework or training in harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention and intervention. The training proactively addresses the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create an affirming school environment for all students.

PER SED REQUIREMENTS, LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Sign in begins at 4:00 p.m. Training starts promptly at 4:30 p.m. You may bring food to this training. Ends at 7:30 p.m..

Presenter: Lisa Ball

Cost: $80 CLICK THE ENROLL BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER AND THEN SEND IN YOUR PAYMENT. Pre-Payment REQUIRED to attend!

Additional Information:

Payment must be received one week prior to the training. Please mail your personal check or money order (made payable to Capital Region BOCES) to Attn: Deb Allen, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany NY 12205-1016. You can also drop off your payment to the same address to secure your spot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. We do not take debit or credit cards.

You must be present for the entire session on both dates to receive your certificate.

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. Your certificate will not be released until your payment or District signed enrollment form is received.

If you have any questions, please contact Deb Allen at 518-464-3940 or deb.allen@neric.org.