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1. Grade K: Relationships in an Ecosystem and Gravity in Motion

Program: Science Center

Audience: OHM Science Center Subscribers

Dates: 11/3/2021

Grade Level Kit Focus Discussions: Join these sessions 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 possession now. Before attending this session be certain that you are able to log into your online account and have navigated the course contents (Navigating your OHM BOCES Science Content: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuhB2lyr9Yc)

2. Training and Scoring ELA Grade 3 Assessments - LOCATION: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 4/1/2022

Training & Scoring ELA Grade 3 Assessments - - LOCATION: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

3. Training & Scoring ELA Grade 4 Assessments - LOCATION: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 4/4/2022

Training & Scoring ELA Grade 4 Assessments - LOCATION: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

4. Training & Scoring ELA Grade 8 Assessments (WESTMORELAND UPPER ELEMENTARY)

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 4/4/2022 to 4/5/2022

Training & Scoring ELA Grade 8 Assessments

5. Training & Scoring ELA Grade 5 Assessments (WESTMORELAND UPPER ELEMENTARY)

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 4/6/2022

Training & Scoring ELA Grade 5 Assessments ------ LOCATION: WESTMORELAND UPPER ELEMENTARY

6. ELA Grade 6 Assessments (Location: Westmoreland Upper)

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual)

Dates: 4/7/2022 to 4/8/2022

Training & Scoring ELA Grade 6 Assessments (Location: Westmoreland Upper)

7. Training & Scoring ELA Grade 7 Assessments - LOCATION - WESTMORELAND UPPER ELEMENTARY

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual)

Dates: 4/7/2022 to 4/8/2022

Training & Scoring ELA Grade 7 Assessments

8. Training & Scoring Math Grade 3 Assessments - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator's Manual)

Dates: 5/3/2022

Scoring Math Grade 3 Assessments (1 Day) - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

9. Training & Scoring Math Grade 5 Assessments - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 5/4/2022

Training & Scoring Math Grade 5 Assessments - 1 Full Day - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

10. Training & Scoring Math Grade 4 Assessments

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 5/6/2022

Scoring Math Grade 4 Assessments (1 Day) -

11. Training & Scoring Math Grade 7 Assessments - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual 2014)

Dates: 5/9/2022 to 5/10/2022

Scoring Math Grade 7 Assessments (Two Days) - - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

12. Training & Scoring Math Grade 6 Assessments - Location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator’s Manual)

Dates: 5/10/2022

Training & Scoring Math Grade 6 Assessments

13. Training & Scoring Math Grade 8 Assessments - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary

Program: PPD

Audience: Scorers designated by district (See page 9 & 14 of the School Administrator's Manual)

Dates: 5/11/2022

Training & Scoring Math Grade 8 Assessments A (2 Days) - location: Westmoreland Upper Elementary Note: Only pre-approved Retirees are permitted to register for this session.

14. 8th Grade SCIENCE Regional Scoring

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/13/2022

8th Grade Science Regional Scoring - Written only
4th Grade Science Regional Scoring - Written only

16. CTE - June 15

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/15/2022

Grading Day, etc.

17. Regional CTE collaboration - Oneida BOCES

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/16/2022

meetings and workshops

18. Regional Scoring of English Regents Exams - ONEIDA ROOM

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/16/2022 to 6/17/2022

Scoring English Regents Exams Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. (Please verify with your District.)
Living Environment Regents Exams - Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

20. CTE - Grading Day

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/17/2022

Grading Regents, etc.
Regional Scoring of Algebra I Regents Exams Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Including calculators or other tools - Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. 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.
Instructional team meetings. Development of work-based learning opportunities. Add new business/industry partners; new internship sites/job shadowing opportunities; potential consultant committees additions

24. Regional Scoring of Global History Regents - ONEIDA Room

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/21/2022 to 6/22/2022

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.
Scoring of Earth Science Regents Exams Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Including calculators and other tools. - Teachers may be able to apply hours scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Scoring of Geometry Regents Exams - Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Including calculators and other tools. - Teachers may be able to apply hours scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

27. Gang Awareness Presentation

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/23/2022

Development of work-based learning opportunities Add new business/industry partners; new internship sites/job shadowing opportunities ; potential consultant committee additions Curriculum map updates in Atlas platform - this work will support upcoming program re-approvals
Regional Scoring of Algebra II Regents Exams Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Including calculators or other tools - Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Regional Scoring of Physics Regents Exams Please BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS - Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Apply co-teaching practices to K-8 units of study for learners and students with and without exceptionalities; Acknowledge learner characteristics, but look beyond student labels to honor diversity with individualized and culturally responsive teaching; Establish and expand the collaborative partner relationships with common language and common goals to achieve high outcomes for all students; Vary co-teaching models and collaboration during planning, instruction, and assessment stages; e.g., whole class, parallel, team-teaching, lead-assist, learning forums/stations, consultation, multi-tier instruction, project-based learning; Use data to establish baseline, advancing, and more challenging assignments; Scaffold with appropriate low-high tech resources and accommodations to deliver the specially designed instruction; Focus on individual learner profiles to capitalize on student strengths and interests; Increase student performance and self-efficacy with specific co-teaching feedback; Establish parity with roles and responsibilities; Be prepared with strategies and subject knowledge; Apply the UDL framework across the disciplines with multiple curriculum representations, engagements, and actions and expression for co-taught students; Explore K-8 curriculum resources, technology options, and voice-choice assignments to increase student attention and motivation; Support each other as co-teachers, students, and families to achieve academic, social- emotional, and behavioral expectations; Monitor learner progress and use this data for reflective co-teaching decisions; Communicate and collaborate as professionals with co-teachers, teacher assistants, administration, students, and families; Compile co-teaching resources for K-8 classroom GE and SE co-teachers, staff, and students.

31. CTE - Oneida BOCES - June 24

Program: PPD

Dates: 6/24/2022

Curriculum map updates in Atlas platform - this will support upcoming program reapprovals

32. Movie Magic- asynchronous: Effective Use of Film in the Classroom

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 7/1/2022

The feature films available to OHM BOCES school districts through SWANK's streaming movie service can be a powerful tool to spark dialogue and encourage students to reflect on content. However, because every movie's narrative is impacted by factors not related to the story itself (director's stylistic choices and execution of their vision, period of time in which the film was made, production costs, etc.), effectively selecting and using film within your curriculum requires careful planning and execution. In this self-paced, asynchronous PD, you choose how many and which one-hour modules to complete as you apply best practices for incorporating feature films to meet learning objectives while increasing students' critical thinking and media literacy skills.

33. Resource Round Up

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 7/1/2022

Looking to update your lessons with new digital content? Have an online resource you have been meaning to learn? If you answered yes, this asynchronous, self-paced, choice board PD is for you. Select and complete as many of the following 1-hour modules you want:

• Using Streaming Video to Enhance Student Projects

• Enriching Reading with Online Texts

• Implementing Interactives using Digital Resources

• Research Projects with Online Resources

• Differentiate your Lessons with Digital Tools

• Teacher Resources to Enrich your Lessons Within each module, you will select which online resources you want to learn and use to complete the assigned tasks.

34. Personalized Learning: Students at the Center

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 educator

Dates: 7/11/2022

Personalizing learning is an instructional approach that empowers students to build ownership of their learning. Educators personalize learning by targeting instruction, fostering collaboration and creativity, facilitating reflection and goal-setting, and designing flexible learning experiences. Personalizing learning is an active and ongoing process. This professional learning session will cover the basics of personalized learning, including a working definition, strategies, and the basics of how-to. This one-hour introductory session is a great kick-off to the virtual book study "How to Personalize Learning".

35. Teaching Toward Educational Equity

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 staff

Dates: 7/12/2022

Teaching Toward Educational Equity is a 60-minute presentation offering foundational information on educational equity. Topics that will be covered include: educational equity 101: key terms and concepts; ideas for leading toward equity; ideas for teaching toward equity; and Culturally Responsive-Sustainable Education (CRSE) as an equity framework.

36. OHM Science: New Kit Layout and Design

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 7/12/2022

Our Kit program is rolling out updates for 2022-2023. Updates to Lesson plan formats, kit lesson sequences (to phase out 1996 standards requirements), and physical packaging are in preparation for release this upcoming school year. Please join this session to familiarize yourself with these updates and share with your colleagues. This session is targeted for K-5 science kit users and/or administrators.
The format of the New York State Science Learning Standards (NYSSLS) can require some time to break down. This session will walk through the framework and how to read a NYSSLS document. Through the discussion, participants will be able to consider how traditional information sharing will transition to student experience and sense making.

38. Crosscutting Concepts.. progressions, prompts, and examples

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-12 Educators, Administrators (Examples through K-5 program)

Dates: 7/13/2022

One of the three dimensions of NYSSLS, Crosscutting Concepts are applied across all domains of science. They link the different science domains, providing common themes in categorizing and organizing how students think. Crosscutting Concepts describe what students are to look for while investigating to relate knowledge between multiple science fields. Join the OHM Science Center to explore the 7 Crosscutting Concepts. We will walk through each crosscutting concept, their progressions, suggested questioning prompts, and share examples from the K-5 program. This session is available P-12.

39. Science and Engineering Practices: Progressions, Prompts , and Examples.

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-12 Educators, Administrators (Examples through K-5 program)

Dates: 7/13/2022

One of the three dimensions of NYSSLS, Science and Engineering Practices (SEP's)describe the behaviors students will engage in as they investigate and create models and theories about phenomena. Practices are "what students do”, or how they learn. Join the OHM Science center to explore the 8 Science and Engineering Practices. We will walk through each SEP, their progressions, suggested implementations for each, and share examples from the K-5 program. This session is available P-12. This session is available P-12.

40. Think Like a Scientist

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 7/13/2022

The current transitional shift in the OHM Science program is support for greater phenomena prompts, models for student engagement to guide lesson sequence, and greater understanding of three dimensional approaches. The "Think Like a Scientist” mini unit has been created in response to our focus on demystifying the practices and crosscutting concepts. Everyday examples are used to promote relevance before having the opportunity to apply to the kit specific content. The resource has been created to be adaptable for implementation. There is no one way to use it. Join the OHM Science Center to learn at least three ways to incorporate Think Like a Scientist in your classroom. This session is targeted for K-5 science kit users and/or administrators.

41. The Wizard and I: Buzz Intermediate Training

Program: ISS Web Based Instruction

Audience: Other BOCES, Teachers

Dates: 7/18/2022

New
Online Course, accompanied by Zooms. This course will run from July 18th to August 19th. Please note that the meeting date stated is when the course begins. Teachers taking this course will receive an email for logging into the system and what time the first zoom will happen. Expand your knowledge of the Buzz Learning Management System. In this online course teachers will learn Buzz authoring fundamentals, how to use the Google Integration with Buzz. Topics covered in this course include, but are not limited to: Authoring Fundamentals Course set up and settings Creating various educational activities for students In-depth gradebook Teaching and managing students in Buzz

42. Effectively Dealing with Disruptive Students

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 educator

Dates: 7/19/2022

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.

43. NYS ELS and ILS Investigations (Set up, walk through, and experience) (Pending release of investigations from NYS)

Program: Science Center

Audience: Grade 5, 8 and Administrators

Dates: 7/20/2022

The timeline for implementing new assessments has been defined (Grade 5 and 8 2024, ESS and Life Science Regents 2025, and Chemistry and Physics Regents 2026). New York State has released prototype questions for grade 5 and 8. This session will review the design intent of questions and explore the released examples and couple them with an evaluative rubric that can be applied to your own exams.

44. How to Personalized Learning

Program: ISS Web Based Instruction

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 7/25/2022

THIS IS AN ONLINE/ZOOM SESSION. Does personalized learning seem like a mountain that you just can't climb? Through this course educators will understand what it means to personalize learning for students and walk away with implementable strategies and tools they can use in the classroom. How to Personalize Learning helps teachers bring theory to practice by providing tools, skills and strategies needed to personalize learning and develop self-directed, independent learners. Educators will discover tools and templates, lesson and project examples and continuums that move learner agency with a crosswalk across the new strategies of personalized learning. Throughout the course teachers will take strategies and ideas to enhance a lesson or unit to reflect personalized learning pedagogy that can be used in their classrooms this coming school year. Come learn what the blended to personalized learning shift is in education and how educators can create a powerful shift in the education of their students by building a culture of learning where every learner is valued. Required Text for Course: How to Personalize Learning by Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey Book can be acquired in the following ways: Your local library, teacher center, Kindle, Nook, and paperback through Barnes and Noble or Amazon. ISBN for the book is: 978-1-5063-3853-8

45. Teaching Toward Educational Equity

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 staff

Dates: 7/25/2022

Teaching Toward Educational Equity is a 60-minute presentation offering foundational information on educational equity. Topics that will be covered include: educational equity 101: key terms and concepts; ideas for leading toward equity; ideas for teaching toward equity; and Culturally Responsive-Sustainable Education (CRSE) as an equity framework.

46. BrainPOP Basics

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 7/26/2022

This virtual session will provide an overview of using the BrainPOP teacher dashboard and classroom basics for this classroom resource.

47. BrainPOP: Building Background Information with Brainpop Media

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 7/26/2022

Primary Sources-Social Studies/ELA Primary Source activities accompany over 200 topics, challenging students to examine and interpret photographs, videos, diaries, and other documents. If a topic has a Primary Source, you'll see the Primary Source tile on the topic page. In this section you will learn how to incorporate primary sources as part of your lessons. Pause Points allows you to assign a lesson to students and have stopping points within the videos. In this section, you will learn how to assign a pause points lesson.

48. Introduction to the BrainPOP Creative Tools

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 7/27/2022

New
In this session participants will be given a quick overview of activities such as Creative coding, Make a Movie, and Make a Map. Creative Coding invites students to apply their understanding of a BrainPOP topic through a variety of coding projects. No prior knowledge of coding is necessary to get started. Make-a-Map invites students to make meaningful connections between concepts and reinforces understanding using BrainPOP images, keywords, and movie clips. This workshop will be facilitated by a MORIC Model Schools team member.

49. Integrating Playful Assessment Tools with BrainPOP (Grades 3-8)

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Dates: 7/27/2022

New
In this session participants will be given a quick overview of activities such as Sortify, The Meaning of Beep, Time Zone X, and Game UP. Learn how the Sortify game can be used as a playful assessment tool or practice activity that requires students to categorize topic-specific tiles into the bins where they belong. The Meaning of Beep game challenges players to use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words. Students use their knowledge of history, understanding of cause and effect and historical themes, and context clues to place events related to BrainPOP movies onto a timeline in the proper order. GameUp is a collection of learning games spanning all curriculum areas and grade levels. This workshop will be facilitated by a MORIC Model Schools team member.

50. BrainPOP: English Language Learners

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Any P-12 Educator

Dates: 7/28/2022

Brainpop ELL: Make the most of your BrainPOP ELL subscription with strategies for developing students' grammar, vocabulary, and conversational language skills through the four modalities: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Learn to incorporate the product's 90 lesson scope and sequence into your curriculum! This interactive webinar equips you with the confidence and tools to meet the needs of all ELs, remotely or in the classroom.

51. Explore BrainPOP Topics Aligned to the School Library Curriculum

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Dates: 7/28/2022

New
Did you know that both BrainPOP Jr and BrainPOP offer a wide variety of topics perfect for library lessons? In this 1-hour online session, we will dig into BrainPOP topics such as reading skills, information literacy, inquiry, research skills, media literacy, digital citizenship, and more! Participants will be provided with a list of available library-related topics and links to lesson plans & materials.

52. BrainPOP and the NYS Computer Science and Digital Fluency Standards

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: P-12 Library Media Specialists

Dates: 7/28/2022

How will we be able to meet the new Computer Science and Digital Fluency Standards? Brainpop has many lessons that already address these standards. Attend this interactive webinar to learn how the lessons align to the new standards.

53. Introduction to the BrainPOP Jr. Creative Response & Assessment Tools (Grades PK-2)

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Dates: 7/28/2022

New
In this session participants will be given a quick overview of activities such as Write About It, Draw About It, Talk About It, and Word Play. Draw About It creates a prompt that accompanies a topic and asks students to draw to demonstrate their understanding. Write About It shares a prompt with students at from a range of written examples, from nonfiction paragraphs to poems. Talk About It displays a discussion prompt with an associated graphic organizer to aid in conversations. Word Play is an interactive vocabulary activity that invites students to draw, write, and act out topic-related words featured in the movie. Students can click to hear the words and definitions read aloud, supporting their developing reading skills. This training will be facilitated by a MORIC Model Schools team member.

54. Next Gen ELA and Math: It's a Team Sport!

Program: PPD

Audience: District Teams of 3-8 educators/administrator

Dates: 8/3/2022

This professional development is intended for district- or grade-level teams to collaborate and plan for implementation of the Next Generation Learning Standards. It is highly recommended that a building or district administrator accompany the team of teachers. Participants in this session will engage in learning and discussion about these topics related to the Next Generation Learning Standards for English/Language Arts and Mathematics: - Overview of NYS NGLS Implementation Timelines - Prioritizing Next Generation Learning Standards - Identifying Essential Standards - Vertical Alignment of Essential Standards - Deconstructing Essential Standards This work will aid teachers and administrators as they implement the Next Generation Learning Standards and prepare students to meet the expectations for learning and assessment. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in the process of prioritizing and deconstructing essential Next Gen Learning Standards with a district team.
Understanding Social Identities is a 60-minute presentation offering foundational information on the relationship between social identity and in/equity in education context. Topics that will be covered include: social identities 101: key terms and concepts; power, privilege and oppression; and strategies for inclusive classrooms that support students across social identity group.
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 with tools that translate into student motivation, engagement, and academic success. This will be a highly interactive virtual seminar, introducing you to the most current, innovative instructional practices that will inspire intrinsic motivation in your reluctant students.

57. Principals LRI

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/8/2022 to 8/9/2022

Tailwater Conference Center Registration indicates room for evening of August 8th (if not needed please let A. Turner know) Elementary, MS/Hs Principals and other district administrators

58. Regional Music Read - Chorus

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Music Teachers

Dates: 8/9/2022

Experience a wide variety of music literature through this music reading session! Come and read through an assortment of music targeted towards different grade and ability levels - new pieces, ones currently in our library, and older pieces that you can decide whether or not we should keep. This is a fabulous opportunity to select music for the upcoming school year while networking with fellow teachers from our area! *(Don't forget to put in for those Professional Development Hours!)* The Regional Read & Sing is sponsored by J.W. Pepper.

59. Babbling Books ELA/DEI/Library

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Dates: 8/9/2022

Participants in this workshop will prepare a 5-10 minute "book talk" from a book chosen from a DEI title list. Participants will be able to keep the copy of the book they have selected to be added to their school's library collection. After registering, participants will be sent an email asking them to choose a title from a book list and the book will be sent for them to read and prepare for the event. Participants are encouraged to attend in person, however, they may also choose to attend remotely.

60. Regional Music Read - Band/Orchestra

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Music Teachers

Dates: 8/10/2022

Experience a wide variety of music literature through this music reading session! Please bring your instrument and read through an assortment of music targeted towards different grade and ability levels. Oneida BOCES Cooperative Music Program and J.W. Pepper have teamed up to bring you several hours of reading the best new music, handpicked by the experienced staff at J.W. Pepper. This is a fabulous opportunity to select music for the upcoming school year while networking with fellow teachers from our area! *(Don't forget to put in for those Professional Development Hours!)* The Regional Read & Sing is sponsored by J.W. Pepper.

61. Understanding Microaggressions and Bias

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/11/2022

Understanding Microaggressions is a 60-minute presentation offering foundational information on microaggressions in education context. Topics that will be covered include: microaggressions 101: key terms and concepts; causes and impacts of microaggressions; identifying microaggressions and understanding their messages; and methods for interrupting and disrupting microaggressions when they happen.

62. Lead Evaluator of Teachers - Session #1 of 3

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/15/2022

New
Required LET training

63. Grade 3-5 Science Center Assessment Prototypes (New Assessment in Kits Fall 2022)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/16/2022

The OHM Science Team worked in collaboration with local teachers to create updated assessments that reflect trending changes in NYSSLS assessments. New assessments prioritize the integration of the disciplinary core ideas, crosscutting concepts, and science and engineering practices to address the performance expectations. Our team will walk through the models that begin with a phenomena and/or scenario and stimulus to use prompts that engage students in at least two of the three dimensions as well as prompts that require the referencing of the stimuli while answering the question. These assessments will be added into our program in the fall.

64. Lead Evaluator of Teachers - Session # 2 of 3

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/16/2022

New
Required LET training

65. Grade K-2 Science Center Assessment Prototypes (New Assessment in Kits Fall 2022)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/16/2022

The OHM Science Team worked in collaboration with local teachers to create updated assessments that reflect trending changes in NYSSLS assessments. New assessments prioritize the integration of the disciplinary core ideas, crosscutting concepts, and science and engineering practices to address the performance expectations. Our team will walk through the models that begin with a phenomena and/or scenario and stimulus to use prompts that engage students in at least two of the three dimensions as well as prompts that require the referencing of the stimuli while answering the question. These assessments will be added into our program in the fall.
Regional Scoring of English Language Arts(Common Core) Regents Exams -- Payrate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours scoring to their 175 hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Payrate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours scoring to their 175 hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

68. Lead Evaluator of Teachers - Session # 3 of 3

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/17/2022

New
Required LET training
The format of the New York State Science Learning Standards (NYSSLS) can require some time to break down. This session will walk through the framework and how to read a NYSSLS document. Through the discussion, participants will be able to consider how traditional information sharing will transition to student experience and sense making.

70. Crosscutting Concepts.. progressions, prompts, and examples

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-12 Educators, Administrators (Examples through K-5 program)

Dates: 8/17/2022

One of the three dimensions of NYSSLS, Crosscutting Concepts are applied across all domains of science. They link the different science domains, providing common themes in categorizing and organizing how students think. Crosscutting Concepts describe what students are to look for while investigating to relate knowledge between multiple science fields. Join the OHM Science Center to explore the 7 Crosscutting Concepts. We will walk through each crosscutting concept, their progressions, suggested questioning prompts, and share examples from the K-5 program. This session is available P-12.

71. Science and Engineering Practices: Progressions, Prompts , and Examples.

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-12 Educators, Administrators (Examples through K-5 program)

Dates: 8/17/2022

One of the three dimensions of NYSSLS, Science and Engineering Practices (SEP's)describe the behaviors students will engage in as they investigate and create models and theories about phenomena. Practices are "what students do”, or how they learn. Join the OHM Science center to explore the 8 Science and Engineering Practices. We will walk through each SEP, their progressions, suggested implementations for each, and share examples from the K-5 program. This session is available P-12. This session is available P-12.

72. Think Like a Scientist

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 8/17/2022

The current transitional shift in the OHM Science program is support for greater phenomena prompts, models for student engagement to guide lesson sequence, and greater understanding of three dimensional approaches. The "Think Like a Scientist” mini unit has been created in response to our focus on demystifying the practices and crosscutting concepts. Everyday examples are used to promote relevance before having the opportunity to apply to the kit specific content. The resource has been created to be adaptable for implementation. There is no one way to use it. Join the OHM Science Center to learn at least three ways to incorporate Think Like a Scientist in your classroom. This session is targeted for K-5 science kit users and/or administrators.

73. OHM Science: New Kit Layout and Design

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 8/17/2022

Our Kit program is rolling out updates for 2022-2023. Updates to Lesson plan formats, kit lesson sequences (to phase out 1996 standards requirements), and physical packaging are in preparation for release this upcoming school year. Please join this session to familiarize yourself with these updates and share with your colleagues. This session is targeted for K-5 science kit users and/or administrators.

74. Regional Scoring Earth Science Regents Exams

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Teachers

Dates: 8/18/2022

Regional Scoring Earth Science Regents Exams Payrate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours scoring to their 175 hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Scoring of Global History and Geogprhay II Regents Exams Payment is $21.67 an hour. Teachers may be able to apply hours of scoring toward their PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Payrate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours scoring to their 175 hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

77. Regional Scoring Living Environment Regents Exams

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Teachers

Dates: 8/18/2022

Regional Scoring Living Environment Regents Exams Pay rate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours of scoring to their PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

78. Regional Scoring of Geometry Regents Exams

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Teachers

Dates: 8/18/2022

Regional Scoring of Geometry Regents Exams Payrate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours scoring to their 175 hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.
Payrate: $21.67 an Hour Must be Certified Teachers with Professional Certificates may be able to apply hours scoring to their 175 hours of PD requirement. Please verify with your District.

80. Advisory + Principals (OHM Science Center Professional Circle)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Building Representative Members and Administrators

Dates: 8/18/2022

Administrators and Building Advisory members, please join our Science Center Program 22-23 walk through including updates, access to content, and protocols with kit delivery and return.

81. NYS ELS and ILS Investigations (Set up, walk through, and experience) (Pending release of investigations from NYS)

Program: Science Center

Audience: Grade 5, 8 and Administrators

Dates: 8/18/2022

The timeline for implementing new assessments has been defined (Grade 5 and 8 2024, ESS and Life Science Regents 2025, and Chemistry and Physics Regents 2026). New York State has released prototype questions for grade 5 and 8. This session will review the design intent of questions and explore the released examples and couple them with an evaluative rubric that can be applied to your own exams.
enVision Mathematics Backwards Planning: Begin with the end in mind!! Does the thought of completing your long-term math plans for next year entice you? What about having time to dive into your curriculum and make thoughtful decisions? Maybe you would like to work with others who are also teaching the same grade. Our backwards planning sessions are designed to begin with the end in mind and will check all these boxes! The sessions will be led by Anita Coltrain, Education Consultant from Savvas. Lunch on your own

83. OHM BOCES Science Center K-5 Science Kit Training (Virtual Day 1)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 8/22/2022

This Immersive Training will start with a one hour overview of updates to the program and a walkthrough of the available online content, followed by sessions for each grade's kits. These sessions will be led by OHM BOCES Science Center Staff and classroom teachers. August 22 and 23 will be 100% Virtual 8:30-9:15 Overview of program, updates to curriculum and packaging, and walkthrough of the online content available. 9:30 -11:15 Kit Break Out Session 1, by grade level Kit Sequence TBA 12:00- 1:45 Kit Break Out Session 2, by grade level Kit sequence TBA 1:45- 2:00 Day's summary, wrap up questions
enVision Mathematics Backwards Planning: Begin with the end in mind!! Does the thought of completing your long-term math plans for next year entice you? What about having time to dive into your curriculum and make thoughtful decisions? Maybe you would like to work with others who are also teaching the same grade. Our backwards planning sessions are designed to begin with the end in mind and will check all these boxes! The sessions will be led by Anita Coltrain, Education Consultant from Savvas. Lunch on your own

85. OHM BOCES Science Center K-5 Science Kit Training (Virtual Day 2)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 8/23/2022

This Immersive Training will start with a one hour overview of updates to the program and a walkthrough of the available online content, followed by sessions for each grade's kits. These sessions will be led by OHM BOCES Science Center Staff and classroom teachers. August 22 and 23 will be 100% Virtual 8:30-9:15 Overview of program, updates to curriculum and packaging, and walkthrough of the online content available. 9:30 -11:15 Kit Break Out Session 1, by grade level Kit Sequence TBA 12:00- 1:45 Kit Break Out Session 2, by grade level Kit sequence TBA 1:45- 2:00 Day's summary, wrap up questions
enVision Mathematics Backwards Planning: Begin with the end in mind!! Does the thought of completing your long-term math plans for next year entice you? What about having time to dive into your curriculum and make thoughtful decisions? Maybe you would like to work with others who are also teaching the same grade. Our backwards planning sessions are designed to begin with the end in mind and will check all these boxes! The sessions will be led by Anita Coltrain, Education Consultant from Savvas. Lunch on your own

87. OHM BOCES Science Center K-5 Science Kit Training -In Person (Day 1)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 8/24/2022

This Immersive Training will start with a one hour overview of updates to the program and a walkthrough of the available online content, followed by sessions for each grade's kits. These sessions will be led by OHM BOCES Science Center Staff and classroom teachers. August 22 and 23 will be 100% Virtual 8:30-9:15 Overview of program, updates to curriculum and packaging, and walkthrough of the online content available. 9:30 -11:15 Kit Break Out Session 1, by grade level Kit Sequence TBA 12:00- 1:45 Kit Break Out Session 2, by grade level Kit sequence TBA 1:45- 2:00 Day's summary, wrap up questions
enVision Mathematics Backwards Planning: Begin with the end in mind!! Does the thought of completing your long-term math plans for next year entice you? What about having time to dive into your curriculum and make thoughtful decisions? Maybe you would like to work with others who are also teaching the same grade. Our backwards planning sessions are designed to begin with the end in mind and will check all these boxes! The sessions will be led by Anita Coltrain, Education Consultant from Savvas. Lunch on your own

89. OHM BOCES Science Center K-5 Science Kit Training -In Person (Day 2)

Program: Science Center

Audience: K-5 Science Program Subscribers and Administrators

Dates: 8/25/2022

This Immersive Training will start with a one hour overview of updates to the program and a walkthrough of the available online content, followed by sessions for each grade's kits. These sessions will be led by OHM BOCES Science Center Staff and classroom teachers. August 22 and 23 will be 100% Virtual 8:30-9:15 Overview of program, updates to curriculum and packaging, and walkthrough of the online content available. 9:30 -11:15 Kit Break Out Session 1, by grade level Kit Sequence TBA 12:00- 1:45 Kit Break Out Session 2, by grade level Kit sequence TBA 1:45- 2:00 Day's summary, wrap up questions