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1. CTE Sup't. Conference Day

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/31/2022

Entire day meetings
Day lon meetings

3. CTE Sup't. Conference Day

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/1/2022

Entire day meetings
Day lon meetings

5. P-Tech Faculty meetings

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/13/2022 to 3/7/2023

Recurring meetings

6. Librarian Communication Coordinators Meeting

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: School librarians

Dates: 9/22/2022 to 6/30/2023

There are five State required Communication Coordinators meetings. Each district in the O/H SLS should send at least one district representative, but all librarians are welcome to attend. Each meeting will have elements of communication from state regulations, regional changes,etc. as well as an element of professional development.

7. School Library System Council Meeting 1 of 4

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: SLS Council members and any attendees

Dates: 9/22/2022 to 5/24/2023

This is an open meeting of the Oneida/Herkimer School Library System Council. The meeting will consist of updates to the five year plan of service, NYSED regulations for SLS Council meetings, and presentations from regional librarians.

8. MS/HS Principal meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/29/2022

monthly meeting

9. Itinerant Faculty Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/6/2022

Faculty meeting

10. Superintendent's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/6/2022

Work session

11. BOCES Psychologist Team Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/6/2022

Meeting via Zoom

12. Itinerant Faculty Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/6/2022

Faculty meeting

13. Bridges - Superintendents' Conference Day

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/7/2022

Day long workshops
Oneida BOCES/Central Association for the Blind training in working with students with visual impairments This two hour conference is targeted for all staff working with students with visual impairments. Instruction will be given by a Teacher of the Visually Imparied, as well as an Orientation and Mobility instructor on etiquette, roles and responsibilities of various members of the team, as well as some hands-on experience.

15. Sup't. Conference Day - ESL

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/7/2022

The BOCES ENL team will work to create resources for classroom and content teachers. These resources will help to better prepare for instructing English language learners. The team will also discuss future CBT and plan for student and district needs.

16. TA workshop for P-Tech only Session #1

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/7/2022

TA workshop - zoom Session #1: 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. - ELLs and SpEd - Creating Culturally Responsive Classrooms - Heather Gaetano and Nate White

17. TA workshop for P-Tech only Session #2

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/7/2022

TA workshop - zoom Session #2 11:00 a.m. - noon - Dealing with Difficult Students - Kevin Healy Effectively Dealing with Disruptive Students It is no secret that today's classroom can be a challenging environment for learning, whether you are working at school or online. Many students come to school, exhibiting challenging behaviors that range from defiance to outright hostility. How can a teacher successfully deal with these behaviors? How can educators work successfully with even the most challenging students and help them find more success in school and life? This professional development is designed to offer K-12 teachers powerful tools and techniques to deal with the most challenging students.

18. TA workshop for P-Tech only Session #3

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/7/2022

TA workshop - zoom Session #3 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Motivating the Unmotivated Student - Ann Turner Each of us have students who simply go through the motions of being a student, without any serious engagement in academics or learning. If you are searching for ways to engage these struggling and unmotivated students, this session is for you! In this professional development, you will discover new, proven strategies to empower teachers / teacher assistants with tools that translate into student motivation, engagement, and academic success. This will be an interactive virtual seminar, introducing you to the most current, innovative instructional practices that will inspire intrinsic motivation in your reluctant students..

19. Teacher Assistant PLC

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/12/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Teacher Assistants and Aides from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. This PLC's focus is: Quick and Easy Formative Assessments Formative assessments are a valuable way to measure your student's learning progress and to help you decide what direction your instruction should take. This workshop will present an overview of tech tools and hands-on formative assessments to use in your classroom.

20. Itinerant Faculty meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/13/2022

w/ Mr. HIll over Zoom

21. Itinerant Faculty meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/13/2022

w/ Mr. HIll over Zoom

22. Regional Social Studies PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any 6-12 Social Studies Teacher

Dates: 10/25/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for 6-12 Social Studies educators from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Join colleagues from all over the region to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and many other topics pertinent to Social Studies educators.

23. MS/HS Principal meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/26/2022

monthly meeting
Training as needed and approved by district
Training as needed by district Training #1 DATE CHANGE TO DECEMBER 15, 2022
Training as needed by district Training #2

27. Special Education PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any PK-12 Special Education teacher

Dates: 11/2/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Special Education teachers from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Come and share your thoughts with other Special Education teachers about topics such as transition planning, technology use, instructional strategies or community resources.

28. Employability Profiles Meeting - CTE

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/8/2022

s part of the ongoing discussion on grading in the CTE program, we would like to invite you to be part of a pilot group of teachers/staff to look at how Employability Profiles are structured and used within classrooms in CTE. We plan to meet with this pilot group once a month to complete the following objectives: Gather feedback from CTE stakeholders on how Employability Profiles can be used to enhance students' experience applying for jobs and gaining employment Create protocols for student self-reflection, teacher-student review, and communicating results and information to school districts and parents Begin using Employability Profiles according to developed protocols and share feedback with pilot group

29. Teacher Assistant PLC

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/9/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Teacher Assistants and Aides from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. This PLC's focus is: Make Your Life Easier - Use A QR Code! QR or Quick Response codes can be found everywhere today so why not use them in your classroom? This workshop will demonstrate how to create QR codes and use them effectively for instruction, assessment or for fun. Please download a QR Reader to the phone or device you will be bringing to this workshop. There are several free versions on in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. (QR Generators will be demonstrated in class.)

30. Assistant Superintendents' LRI - OHM BOCES only

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/14/2022 to 11/15/2022

annual LRI

31. MASTER THE MEDIA: HELPING STUDENTS NAVIGATE THEIR DIGITAL WORLD

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Secondary Teachers and Librarians

Dates: 11/15/2022

Join media literacy author Julie Smith for this fast-paced, interactive day of learning. You will leave with a thorough understanding of media literacy, its importance, its teaching applications, and its potential! This workshop is perfect for any secondary teacher looking to incorporate more media literacy into their instruction. Lunch is provided.

32. Regional Science PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 Science Teacher

Dates: 11/17/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for P-12 Science educators from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Join colleagues from all over the region to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and many other topics pertinent to science educators.

33. Regional Social Studies PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any 6-12 Social Studies Teacher

Dates: 11/29/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for 6-12 Social Studies educators from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Join colleagues from all over the region to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and many other topics pertinent to Social Studies educators.

34. MS/HS Principal meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/30/2022

monthly meeting

35. Itinerant Faculty Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/1/2022

Faculty meeting

36. Itinerant Faculty Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/1/2022

Faculty meeting
Meeting

38. Be A Class Act! A Workshop for New Teaching Assistants in the OHM BOCES Bridges program

Program: PPD

Audience: OHM BOCES Brides Teaching Assistants

Dates: 12/5/2022

Need some strategies and guidelines that will enable you to work effectively with classroom teachers and students? If so, then you are invited to attend this workshop designed to help you to become a more effective Teaching Assistant and a Class Act! Let's talk about: Roles and Responsibilities Communication skills Creating a positive learning environment Tips on managing behavior Save-the-day classroom resources And more …….

39. Elementary Principals meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/6/2022

monthly meeting - in person

40. Special Education PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any PK-12 Special Education teacher

Dates: 12/8/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Special Education teachers from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Come and share your thoughts with other Special Education teachers about topics such as transition planning, technology use, instructional strategies or community resources.

41. Employability Profile Pilot Group

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/13/2022

Goal: To develop a rubric model that can be applied to Employability Profiles in order to provide ongoing and meaningful feedback to students. Objectives: ● Present examples of existing rubrics ● Review language/criteria on sample rubrics ● Adopt portions of the rubric for CTE Employability Profiles ● Create additional criteria as needed

42. Teacher Assistant PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any PK-12 Teacher Assistants or Aides

Dates: 12/13/2022

This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Teacher Assistants and Aides from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. This PLC's focus is: Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process of developing the self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that are important for success in school or work. This workshop will present an overview of SEL along with helpful resources, web sites and materials to use with your students.
See easy examples of how to integrate media making opportunities into students' days Have some fun with visual literacy. This workshop is intended for any elementary teacher or librarian who is interested in learning more about how to incorporate media literacy into elementary lessons. Thursday, December 15, 2022 OHM BOCES Main Campus REGISTER ON MLP +Lunch is included 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM Sponsored by: Share some of your own questions and concerns about media and hopefully find some answers.
This workshop will engage participants in learning and applying this practical model for media decoding, a question-based approach that uses rich media documents - from blogs to books and paintings to Pinterest - to motivate all students to learn core skills and content area standards. Facilitator: Chris Sperry, award-winning teacher, co-founder of Project Look Sharp, and co-author of Teaching Students to Decode the World Intended Audience: Secondary level school librarians and teachers Date: December 15, 2022 Location: OHM BOCES Cost: Free (sponsored by your School Library System). Lunch included.

45. Employability Profile Pilot Group

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/20/2022

Meeting

46. MS/HS Principal meeting - luncheon meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/21/2022

monthly meeting - principals only

47. Book Study - Differentiation: Strategies to Engage All Learners

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 Teacher

Dates: 1/3/2023 to 1/31/2023

This book study group will read and discuss Jessica Hockett's two books on differentiation; Differentiation in the Middle and High School and Differentiation in the Elementary Grades. Both books will be discussed parallel to each other. Join us and learn practical strategies to engage and equip learners through differentiated instruction and help students be more successful learners, regardless of background, native language, learning preference, motivation, or school savvy. This group will meet virtually five times, once per week for an hour, with five additional hours of outside work to be completed at your own pace.
In this full-day training, participants will use the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) theory and the NYS standards to plan lessons for students. UDL is a framework that supports teachers of MLs with different abilities to develop learning environments that are accessible and challenging to all. This session will introduce the UDL framework and the three Principles of UDL: engagement, representation, and action and expression. Standards-based instruction helps guide the planning, implementation, and assessment of student learning. Using standards to streamline instruction ensures that teaching practices focus on agreed-upon learning targets.

49. Employability Profile Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/10/2023

Continued meeting

50. Meet and Greet: Mr. Joe Marro, Arts in Ed Coordinator

Program: PPD

Audience: Music, visual art, theater, dance, and media instructors

Dates: 1/10/2023

Stop by and meet Joe Marro, the new Arts in Education Coordinator. Join us in making connections, discuss current and new protocols, and future collaborative opportunities amongst school districts. This meet and greet is meant for any music, visual art, theater, and media arts teachers/staff.

51. Regional Science PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 Science Teacher

Dates: 1/17/2023

This Professional Learning Community is for P-12 Science educators from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Join colleagues from all over the region to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and many other topics pertinent to science educators.

52. Employability Profile meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/18/2023

additional meeting
This is a series of 3 workshops to become eligible to be appointed by your district as a lead evaluator of teachers. You will need to enroll and complete all 3 workshops in the series.

54. Employabilty Profile Pilot

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/24/2023

Meeting

55. MS/HS Principal meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/25/2023

monthly meeting
Regional Scoring of Algebra II Regents Exams --Please bring all scoring materials and necessary tools including calculators - Teachers may be able to apply this scoring session toward their required hours of Professional Development. Please verify this with your District.

57. Regional Scoring of Geometry Regents Exams

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified teachers who have previous experience scoring Regents Exams

Dates: 1/30/2023

Regional Scoring of Geometry - - PLEASE BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Teachers may be able apply this scoring session toward their required hours of Professional Development. Please verify with your District. ---------------------------------
Regional Scoring of Physical Setting/Chemistry Regents Exams - Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Regional Scoring of Algebra I Exams --Please bring all scoring materials and necessary tools including calculators - Teachers may be able to apply this scoring session toward their required hours of Professional Development. Please verify this with your District.
Scoring of Global History & Geography Regents Exam - Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

61. Employability Profile meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/31/2023

New
Meeting
Regional Scoring of Living Environment Regents Exams -- BRING CALCULATORS IF NEEDED FOR SCORING. --- BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS. -- Teachers may be able to apply this session of scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District

63. Regional Social Studies PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any 6-12 Social Studies Teacher

Dates: 1/31/2023

This Professional Learning Community is for 6-12 Social Studies educators from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Join colleagues from all over the region to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and many other topics pertinent to Social Studies educators. This sessions will be located at the Oneida County History Center located at 1608 Genesee Street in Utica with special guest, Rebecca McLain, Executive Director and her staff. They will provide an overview of how the History Center can be a great resource to area educators. It will also include a tour of the facility.

64. SEL in the Classroom

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 1/31/2023 to 3/23/2023

Research suggests that student learning benchmarks may increase the likelihood that students will be fully and authentically engaged in their own social and emotional learning, be more connected to school, and become more empowered learners. This six course professional development series addresses social-emotional learning and the revisions made to the New York State benchmarks in November 2022. Session topics will include; establishing a welcoming culture, revisions to the SEL benchmarks, and implementation in the classroom.
This is a series of 3 workshops to become eligible to be appointed by your district as a lead evaluator of teachers. You will need to enroll and complete all 3 workshops in the series.

66. Virtual Book Study - The EPIC Classroom

Program: PPD

Audience: K-12 Educators

Dates: 2/2/2023 to 3/9/2023

Learning should be memorable, connected to the real world, and epic! "The EPIC Classroom” is an inspirational, practical, and enjoyable book by educator/author Trevor Muir. He uses a story-centered framework to transform classrooms into settings where students are engaged, challenged, and transformed through Project Based Learning. The course will include the book "The EPIC Classroom - How to Boost Engagement, Make Learning Memorable and Transform Lives” by Trevor Muir. There will be five in-person meetings for support and to discuss and apply knowledge, as well as, group collaboration for reflection/feedback, and resources to build your own PBL experience. The book and participant stipend will be provided through the OHM BOCES Teacher Center.

67. Arts in Education Informative Session

Program: PPD

Audience: All music, visual art, and performing arts educators

Dates: 2/6/2023

New
Come learn about what you can use the BOCES Arts-In-Education COSER to aid the arts programming and projects in your schools. We will go over the protocols to request funding from BOCES for arts related projects as well as answer any questions that you may have about the BOCES Arts-In-Education program. Joseph Marro is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: BOCES Arts-In-Education Time: Jan 26, 2023 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://oneida-boces-org.zoom.us/j/6604722543?pwd=UVlTOUlxZ2xySUxvcVRRbXNsNkNkdz09 Meeting ID: 660 472 2543 Passcode: 755458

68. CLOSED - Book Study - Uncover the Roots of Challenging Behavior

Program: PPD

Audience: Early Childhood Teachers

Dates: 2/6/2023 to 3/13/2023

This book expertly guides early childhood teachers in analyzing their classroom elements, routines, and responses to children with a goal of decreasing challenging behaviors. Participants will learn proactive strategies related to: space design, active learning, relationship building, social skills, emotional needs, and family partnerships. When teachers create supportive environments around these elements, rather than repeatedly react to children's individual actions, they lessen the problems and nurture the growth of all young readers.

69. Plainedge Kindergarten Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/7/2023

NewStarting Today
Plainedge Kindergarten teachers are invited to join a training for the Objects in Motion science kit.

70. First Grade After School Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/7/2023

Starting Today
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Our Sun and the Night Sky The Human Body

71. Second Grade After School Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/7/2023

Starting Today
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. The Diversity of Life The Nature of Matter

72. Plainedge 2nd Grade Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/8/2023

NewStarting Soon
Plainedge Second grade teachers are invited to join a training for the Dynamic Earth science kit.

73. Plainedge 3rd Grade Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/8/2023

NewStarting Soon
Plainedge Third grade teachers are invited to join a training for the Forces in Physics science kit.

74. Employability profile meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 2/8/2023

NewStarting Soon
meeting

75. Workshops Just For Teaching Assistants Be a part of our TA Network - PLC Series OHM BOCES Bridges Program ONLY

Program: PPD

Audience: New Teaching Assistants In The OHM BOCES Bridges Program

Dates: 2/8/2023

NewStarting Soon
Do you have questions about setting up your TEACH account, TA Certification or registering for staff development on my Learning Plan? This workshop will provide the basics of setting up and accessing these accounts. Please register by sending an email to Ann Martin in the Bridges Office or through My Learning Plan.

76. Kindergarten After School Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/8/2023

Starting Soon
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Weather and Climate The Five Senses

77. Kindergarten After School Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/8/2023

NewStarting Soon
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Weather and Climate The Five Senses

78. Fifth Grade After School Science Kit Trainings

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/8/2023

Starting Soon
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Earth's Systems Chemistry in Our World

79. Plainedge 4th Grade Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/9/2023

NewStarting Soon
Plainedge Fourth grade teachers are invited to join a training for the Structures and Functions of Life science kit.

80. Plainedge 5th Grade Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/9/2023

NewStarting Soon
Plainedge Fifth grade teachers are invited to join a training for the Chemistry in Our World science kit.

81. Teacher Assistant PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any PK-12 Teacher Assistants or Aides

Dates: 2/9/2023

Starting Soon
This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Teacher Assistants and Aides from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. TOPIC: Digital Citizenship The use of cellphones and the influence of social media has created quite a set of issues for students and staff in the school setting. This workshop will explore several resources that will assist staff in teaching their students to make safer decisions when utilizing social media or cellphones.
Evening of Art for Educators Thursday, February 9, 2023, 4:00pm-6:00pm Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College 198 College Hill Road Clinton, NY 13323 Join us for an interdisciplinary, educational event for K-12 teachers and administrators featuring artmaking, docent-led tours, and information about School Programs at the Wellin. This year's program will feature a talk by visiting artist Jamea Richmond-Edwards, a contemporary interdisciplinary artist whose work is included in the Wellin Museum collection. This year, the Wellin Museum is celebrating our 10-year anniversary and we are excited to welcome local educators into our current exhibition, Dialogues Across Disciplines: Building a Teaching Collection at the Wellin Museum. Connect with each other and learn about the museum during this lively event. Refreshments will be served. In accordance with Hamilton College's policy, the Wellin Museum welcomes visitors who are fully vaccinated and boosted, if eligible, for COVID-19. Masks will be available for optional use at the Registration table. You need to also register with Wellin Museum.

83. Fourth Grade After School Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/9/2023

Starting Soon
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Shaping Our Earth Understanding Energy

84. Third Grade After School Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 2/9/2023

Starting Soon
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Global Climate Forces in Physics

85. PLAN Pilot and Seal of Civic Readiness Informational Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 2/10/2023

Starting Soon
School administrators, counselors and teachers of any subject are welcome to join us to discuss the details of the new NYSED Performance-Based Learning and Assessment Networks (PLAN) Pilot as well as the Seal of Civic Readiness graduation pathway. We will discuss their potential impact and how we can prepare and support our region for future changes in graduation measures from the Blue-Ribbon Commission.

86. Lead Evaluator of Teachers - #2/3 - for 23-24 school year

Program: PPD

Dates: 2/13/2023

Starting Soon
This is a series of 3 workshops to become eligible to be appointed by your district as a lead evaluator of teachers. You will need to enroll and complete all 3 workshops in the series.
This is a series of 3 workshops to become eligible to be appointed by your district as a lead evaluator of teachers. You will need to enroll and complete all 3 workshops in the series.

88. Strategies Workshop for New Teaching Assistants In The OHM BOCES Bridges Program ONLY

Program: PPD

Audience: OHM BOCES Bridges TA's ONLY

Dates: 2/15/2023

New
This workshop will provide helpful strategies on topics such as behavior management, confidentiality, effective teaching strategies and on becoming a positive force in your classroom. Please register by sending an email to Ann Martin in the Bridges Office or through My Learning Plan.

89. Regional Science PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 Science Teacher

Dates: 2/15/2023

This Professional Learning Community is for P-12 Science educators from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. Join colleagues from all over the region to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and many other topics pertinent to science educators.
Title: Six Essential Strategies for Direct Instruction Dates: Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00pm (virtual) February 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28, April 4, 2023 This six-week virtual book study, using The Core Six: Essential Strategies for Achieving Excellence, will guide participants through an exploration of research-based strategies that promote student learning. Chapter topics address areas of reading, writing, and thinking that apply to all content areas and can be used with any grade level. Participants will be expected to read ahead of the virtual sessions and to try out the six strategies in their own classrooms, following each virtual meeting. Sessions will include opportunities to share successes and challenges of classroom implementation.

91. Special Education PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any PK-12 Special Education teacher

Dates: 3/1/2023

This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Special Education teachers from any district throughout our region for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators wanting to help improve our student outcomes. As Special Educators we recognize the fact that many of our students do not yet work at grade level and require support achieving the curriculum. This PLC meeting will explore practical strategies on modifying curriculum for student success. Do you have any strategies that you have used successfully with your students? If so, please come and share your thoughts and ideas with other Special Education teachers.

92. Itinerant Faculty Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/2/2023

Faculty meeting

93. Itinerant Faculty Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/2/2023

Faculty meeting

94. Writing Transition IEPs Workshop A Workshop For OHM BOCES Bridges Teachers ONLY

Program: PPD

Audience: OHM BOCES Bridges Teachers ONLY

Dates: 3/2/2023

New
Indicator 13 requires school districts to review IEPs for students age 15 and above in regards to transition planning and services. This Zoom workshop will provide the information you need to write an IEP that will meet Indicator 13 requirements.

95. Oracy for ELLs

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/7/2023

This workshop explores the Oracy Framework, the Oracy Benchmarks, and various resources that support the understanding, planning, and implementation of oracy for Multilingual Learners and English Language Learners. In addition, participants will learn how they can create and implement classroom activities that incorporate high-quality talk through real-time Mathematics and Social Studies demo lessons applicable to their teaching practice.
This workshop will help participants explore ways to create spaces for ELLs to innovate, hypothesize, collaborate and explore STEAM. Participants will be guided to intentionally create activities that open a space for exploration and communication while engaged in the discovery and collaborating with their peers.

97. First Grade After School Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 3/7/2023

New
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Our Sun and the Night Sky The Human Body

98. Second Grade After School Science Kit Training

Program: Science Center

Dates: 3/7/2023

New
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. The Diversity of Life The Nature of Matter

99. MS/HS Principal meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/8/2023

monthly meeting

100. Teacher Assistant PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: Any PK-12 Teacher Assistants or Aides

Dates: 3/8/2023

Closed
This Professional Learning Community is for K-12 Teacher Assistants and Aides from any district. This PLC is for the purpose of creating a collaborative group of educators throughout the region to help improve student outcomes. TOPIC: Classroom Time Savers Do you have an unexpected block of time free but know it's better to just keep your students busy? This workshop will explore some great web sites, resources and ideas to keep your students engaged and you stress free.

101. Fifth Grade After School Science Kit Trainings

Program: Science Center

Dates: 3/8/2023

New
Join this session to work with the OHM BOCES Science Center team and at least one teacher that is instructing on the kit to walk through kit highlights and any questions that you may have. Break out sessions during the Zoom will allow you to work on the kit you have in your classroom. Earth's Systems Chemistry in Our World MLP Link