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New Teacher group for OHM BOCES region

2. Modern Band 101

Program: PPD

Dates: 7/11/2023

This hands-on course serves as an introduction to modern band and the Music as a Second Language® pedagogy. This course covers the basic core values of Little Kids Rock: how we teach music-making, improvisation, and composition by getting our students into a comfort zone using student-centered instruction, approximation, and scaffolding. Participants are introduced to the instruments of modern band: guitar, keyboard, drums, vocals, bass, and technology, and learn basic playing skills and pedagogy for each. Participants will also use their new musical skills to compose and perform an original song in a collaborative setting. Must be registered for Modern Band Summit 2023: https://musicwill.org/events/modern-band-summit/

3. Modern Band 102

Program: PPD

Dates: 7/11/2023

This hands-on course focuses on how to implement modern band in typical classrooms with large numbers of students and diverse needs. Topics include using modern band charts, teaching multiple instruments simultaneously, and intermediate musical skill building, including a special focus on composition and improvisation. Participants will learn to use current popular hits to incorporate important musical skills such as active listening, ear training, scaffolding, approximation, and arranging for modern band. Please bring an acoustic guitar with you! Register on https://www.tfaforms.com/4845923?EventID=a0D4X00000lTeEA

4. Engaging with the New SEL Benchmarks

Program: PPD

Audience: Any educator, staff, or admin

Dates: 7/12/2023

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 professional development series addresses social-emotional learning and the revisions made to the New York State benchmarks in November 2022. The core competencies of social-emotional learning within the CASEL framework will be addressed throughout this workshop: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. 9 AM- 11 AM Virtual
THIS STUDY GROUP IS POSTPONED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT. WE WILL RESCHEDULE IN THE FALL. This six-session 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. Sessions will include opportunities to share successes and challenges of classroom implementation.

6. Data for 23-24 - MORIC presentation

Program: Comprehensive Health and Wellness

Dates: 8/14/2023

In this session Amy Konz, Regional Data Leader at the MORIC, will review with leaders of the region ESSA accountability, outcomes of CBT, and regional dashboards.

7. Study Group - Uncovering the Roots of Challenging Behavior

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/14/2023 to 8/29/2023

This book expertly guides 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 readers. Zoom Link will be sent prior to course.
Required training

9. Regional Scoring - Algebra I and II Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Mathematics educators

Dates: 8/17/2023

Closed
Regional scoring for the Algebra I and Algebra II Regents exams.

10. Regional Scoring - ELA Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary ELA educators

Dates: 8/17/2023

Regional scoring for the English Language Arts Regents exam.

11. Regional Scoring - Global History & Geography II Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Social Studies educators

Dates: 8/17/2023

Closed
Regional scoring for the Global History and Geography II Regents exam.

12. Regional Scoring - Chemistry Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Science educators

Dates: 8/18/2023

Closed
Regional scoring for the Chemistry Regents exam.

13. Regional Scoring - Earth Science Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Science educators

Dates: 8/18/2023

Closed
Regional scoring for the Earth Science Regents exam.

14. Regional Scoring - Geometry Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Mathematics educators

Dates: 8/18/2023

Regional scoring for the Geometry Regents exam.

15. Regional Scoring - Living Environment Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Biology educators

Dates: 8/18/2023

Closed
Regional scoring for the Living Environment Regents exam.

16. Regional Scoring - U.S. History & Government Regents

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified secondary Social Studies educators

Dates: 8/18/2023

Closed
Regional scoring for the U.S. History and Government Regents exam.

17. Clinton - Evaluator of Principals

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/21/2023

Closed
Required

18. Lead Evaluator of Teachers - make up

Program: PPD

Dates: 8/21/2023

Required training
Required training
required APPR

21. OHM BOCES Opening Day - Nexus Center

Program: Comprehensive Health and Wellness

Dates: 9/5/2023

Opening day activities with ICan

22. Academic Itinerant Faculty meeting

Program: PPD

Audience: Academic Itinerants

Dates: 9/5/2023

September faculty meeting for academic itinerants.
New Teacher group for OHM BOCES region
"Reading the Federalist Papers” Instructor: David Frisk, Ph.D., Resident Fellow, AHI Contact the Alexander Hamilton Institute in Clinton to register In this class, we will carefully study a combination of the most important Federalist Papers and the ones that seem most relevant today. Please read the Federalist Papers slowly and with care. Each week, I will e-mail you a glossary that explains the meanings of words and phrases that, due to differences in 18th century vocabulary and style, may be unclear. The additional readings by other authors, which will be sent in a timely manner each week, are required as well. They explain the author's views on that part of The Federalist and its themes. Sometimes they also comment on whether, and how, Publius's analysis remains valid in our political world today. The question of current validity will be also included to an extent in my short lectures, and I hope it will be a significant part of our discussion. We are using the Dover Thrift Edition of the Federalist Papers. (If you wish to use another edition, that's fine-but allow for the fact that items we discuss may well have a different page number.) Please bring the Federalist Papers-and, if possible, printouts

25. CSO Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/14/2023

OHM BOCES CSO's meeting

26. Committee on special Education Chairpersons Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/20/2023 to 5/8/2024

Meetings to be held in the Madison Room , Howard D. Mettelman Learning Center

27. Benefits Based Accountability - BraveEd

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/22/2023 to 12/13/2023

This virtual 7 session induction program was designed to provide your district and site-level teams with a basic introduction to Benefits-based Accountability. This will serve to start to shift thinking in preparation for a more effective system of accountability focused on students and community expectations, not test scores. The cost is $1200. per participant and requires the permission of your Superintendent.

28. MS/HS Principal Meeting dates 23-24

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/27/2023

8:00 a.m. at Oneida BOCES unless otherwise noted

29. CSO's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 9/28/2023

Monthly work session

30. "Empower” Your Students! (In-Person Book Study)

Program: PPD

Audience: Any K-12 Educator

Dates: 9/28/2023 to 10/26/2023

This interactive book study will provide teachers, coaches, and administrators with a roadmap that will inspire innovation, authentic learning experiences, and practical ways to empower students to pursue their passions while in school. Compliance is expecting students to pay attention. Engagement is getting students excited about our topics, interests, and curriculum. But when we empower students, they crave learning that is both meaningful and relevant to their life, now and in the future. "Empower” can be easily integrated into the curriculum and project based learning experiences! The course will include the book "Empower - What Happens When Students Own Their Learning” by John Spencer. There will be five in-person meetings for support and to discuss and apply knowledge, as well as, group collaboration for reflection/feedback, and online resources to build your own empowered PBL experience. The book and participant stipend will be provided through the OHM BOCES Teacher Center.

31. Academic Itinerant Staff Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/3/2023

staff meeting

32. Beginning to Unpack the NYS Science Learning Standards

Program: PPD

Audience: K-12 Science Educators

Dates: 10/6/2023

This workshop will involve the breakdown of the New York State Science Learning Standards document into its component parts. Participants will learn about the three dimensions of science instruction and how they apply to instruction, required state investigations, and assessments.

33. District Physical Education Plan Development

Program: PPD

Audience: PE teachers, Athletic Directors

Dates: 10/6/2023

Regional support for districts to modify/rewrite their district PE plans in alignment with the updated 2020 PE standards.

34. Lead Evaluator of Teachers - makeup

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/10/2023

required

35. DKG October Meeting

Program: PPD

Audience: DKG members and interested members

Dates: 10/12/2023

Participants will tour the remodeled Utica Auditorium and Utica University Nexus Center. At the conclusion of the tour, participants will have the opportunity to learn about opportunities for schools and students to participate in various contests, player reading visits and other programs and events sponsored by the Save of the Day Foundation.

36. CSO Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/19/2023

OHM BOCES CSO's meeting

37. Center State Teacher Center Policy Board Meeting

Program: PPD

Audience: Teacher Center Policy Board Members

Dates: 10/20/2023

Center State Teacher Center October Board Meeting. Board members will review the Center grant and plan programs for the coming year.
A discussion of available services for youth and families, including school attendance mdeiation, family group conferencing, parent/teen mediation and family team meetings

39. MS/HS Principal Meeting dates 23-24

Program: PPD

Dates: 10/25/2023

8:00 a.m. at Oneida BOCES unless otherwise noted

40. Elevating Student Voices [for participating districts only]

Program: PPD

Audience: teacher advisors for participating districts

Dates: 10/25/2023 to 4/16/2024

By joining together in this multi-district program, students and adult advisors will: - learn about perspectives and life experiences different from their own as they continue to seek understanding, respect for, and appreciation for others. - have an opportunity to participate in discussion facilitation training and create action plans for elevating student voices and bringing about change in - their own schools. Expose students to community leaders at a culminating youth summit. - develop strategies for ensuring that all students feel a sense of belonging in school. - learn from community leaders and celebrate student leaders at a culminating Youth Summit. Participating districts are expected to provide an adult advisor to accompany students to all of the 2 hour discussion sessions and participate in the activities. Participants must plan to attend all activities throughout the year, and develop and carry out action plans in their home districts.

41. "Empower” Your Students! (Zoom/Online Book Study)

Program: PPD

Audience: Any K-12 Educator

Dates: 11/1/2023 to 12/6/2023

This online book study will provide teachers, coaches, and administrators with a roadmap that will inspire innovation, authentic learning experiences, and practical ways to empower students to pursue their passions while in school. Compliance is expecting students to pay attention. Engagement is getting students excited about our topics, interests, and curriculum. But when we empower students, they crave learning that is both meaningful and relevant to their life, now and in the future. "Empower” can be easily integrated into the curriculum and project based learning experiences! The course will include the book "Empower - What Happens When Students Own Their Learning” by John Spencer. There will be five online meetings for support and to discuss and apply knowledge, as well as, group collaboration for reflection/feedback, and resources to build your own empowered PBL experience. The book and participant stipend will be provided through the OHM BOCES Teacher Center.

42. CSO's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/2/2023

Monthly work session
Sorry , postponed - will reschedule! meeting for new teachers in the region

44. School Library Communication Coordinator Meeting and PD Day

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Librarians and Library Staff. Teacher Partners.

Dates: 11/14/2023

2nd of 5 Library Communication Coordinator meeting and PD day. A minimum of one Librarian per district should attend. All are invited and encouraged.
Let's Investigate open tasks that invite ALL students into the math. 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussion by Smith and Stein 2nd Edition (Published by NCTM) encourages all students to work at levels that are appropriately challenging for them, within the content of their grade. Discover how to make this happen with ease in your classroom and have some fun while we are at it. All participants will receive a complimentary copy of Smith and Stein's 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions. This session is appropriate for teachers, math coaches, instructional math specialists and administrators.
Let's discover how to use the multiple resources embedded in enVision Mathematics to meet the needs of your districts MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports) plan. You will leave this workshop with an understanding of how to align these resources to increase effectiveness, efficiency and equity in instruction in your classroom(s). Implementing these resources will assist in rapidly identifying and responding to your students needs while continuously improving and implementing evidence/research-based practice. We recommend coming to this workshop with an understanding of your district's MTSS plan. This session is appropriate for teachers, math coaches, math instructional specialists and administrators.

47. OHM BOCES Mentor training - POSTPONED

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/15/2023

Appoint mentors

48. Teaching Multi-lingual Learners: Tips/Tools for Instruction

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/15/2023 to 12/12/2023

Focus on differentiation and scaffolding tools to use for classroom instruction with ENL studnets.

49. CSO Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/16/2023

OHM BOCES CSO's meeting
Using culturally responsive teaching methods to enhance student engagement . Shifting mindsets to allow for flexibility in teaching to develop and grow students from diverse backgrounds

51. Tech Ed PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: K-12 Technology Educators

Dates: 11/16/2023

The purpose of this group will be to create a regional network of K-12 Technology Education teachers. Goals of the group will be to collaborate on content development, identify relevant professional development needs, and share best practices. Teachers who teach traditional elementary, middle school, and high school technology courses and/or Project Lead the Way courses are ideal candidates to join this community. Computer science will be its own certification beginning in September 2024; so this community would not be beneficial to those solely teaching computer science.

52. DKG November Meeting

Program: PPD

Audience: DKG Members

Dates: 11/18/2023

In November DKG members will be meeting for the first hour (10-11) with Rome Art and Community Center Diector Jason Tockey to discuss all that the Center has to offer to eductors and the community. Then from 11-12 members will be able to Shop the Holiday House. They have turned the Carpenter House into a holiday treasure of local vendors for all your Christmas shopping needs. The theme this year is A Carpenter Christmas. There will be over 35 local vendors offering gifts for sale. Meeting participants will be able to come out shop, enjoy, and support local businesses and see the art and community center all at once. Then the last hour 12-1 the group will move to Teddy's in Rome for it's formal Business meeting.

53. Many Cultures, One School Community

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/28/2023

Understanding limited English proficient (LEP) students and parents

54. DEI Matters: A Foundational DEI Professional Learning Journey for Today's Educator

Program: PPD

Audience: Any K-12 Educator, Counselor, Assistant, or Administrator

Dates: 11/28/2023 to 3/25/2024

YOU MAY REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT AT ANYTIME, EVEN PAST THE FIRST DATE AS ALL CONTENT IS ASYNCHRONOUS AND SELF-PACED. DEI MATTERS is an asynchronous online self-paced professional learning course for in-service educators in today's schools. New York State Board of Regents and the State University of New York have called to action the prioritization of DEI efforts in our schools. Educators often find themselves underprepared to meet this call to action because they may lack or have gaps in their foundational knowledge of DEI matters in education. Let's change that! This professional learning course gives educators access to ten recorded DEI modules. Each module builds off the other and intentionally carves out a sustainable DEI pathway for educators to talk the talk and begin walking the walk in ways that personally and pedagogically empower themselves and can equitably affirm, include, support, and uphold their students in PK-16 schools. Each module contains a critically reflexive learning checkpoint and includes accompanying resource documents. There is a guided notes action plan document that can be completed with each module. There is also a dialogue facilitation document for self-processing or group-processing. Educators who complete the professional learning course receive a DEI MATTERS certificate of completion. Module topics include: (1) Building a DEI community; (2) DEI Literacy: Key terms and concepts; (3) Social identities and education; (4) Microaggressions, bias and education; (5) A DEI educational framework: Culturally-responsive sustainable education; (6) Building an inclusive classroom; (7) Anti-racist education (8) Anti-classist education; (9) DEI dialogic pedagogy skills for dialogues across difference; (10) Allyship, coalition building, and solidarity in education.

55. MS/HS Principal Meeting dates 23-24

Program: PPD

Dates: 11/29/2023

8:00 a.m. at Oneida BOCES unless otherwise noted

56. Effectively Dealing with Disruptive Students

Program: PPD

Audience: Any P-12 educator

Dates: 12/4/2023

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.

57. CSO's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/7/2023

Monthly work session

58. ENL/ESL Teacher Network

Program: PPD

Audience: ENL/ESL Educators

Dates: 12/11/2023

This Professional Networking Community is for P-12 ENL/ESL educators from any district. Connect with colleagues to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and other topics relevant to ENL/ESL education.

59. OHM BOCES Mentor training

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/14/2023

This training is appropriate for new mentors approved under the Mentoring Plan as well as a refresher for any returning mentors wishing to take part in the training.

60. CSO Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/20/2023

OHM BOCES CSO's meeting

61. MS/HS Principal Meeting dates 23-24

Program: PPD

Dates: 12/20/2023

8:00 a.m. at Oneida BOCES unless otherwise noted
Meeting requested by Tim Rowlands

63. CSO's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/4/2024

Monthly work session

64. NYS LITERACY INITIATIVE: AN OVERVIEW OF THE NYSED LITERACY BRIEFS

Program: PPD

Audience: Administrators and Literacy Leaders

Dates: 1/10/2024

This event, which will be a hybrid webinar with in-person discussion and presentations, will provide New York State administrators and literacy leaders with an opportunity to strengthen knowledge of evidence-based literacy practices in PK-12 education. Please note that to attend this event, you must attend in person at a BOCES or Big 5 designated Site. At this event, the State Education Department will release a new series of literacy briefs via webinar that focus on the science of reading. The agenda will include an overview of the science of reading and each of the seven literacy briefs, with time to reflect and discuss with colleagues. Participants in the event will have the opportunity to learn about the briefs with Dr. Lesaux and the SED team. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Nonie K. Lesaux, Roy Edward Larsen Professor of Education and Human Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Lesaux previously partnered with the Department on the series of Advanced Literacy Briefs published in 2017. PLEASE ARRIVE FOR REGISTRATION< ETC. at 8:30 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED.

65. ENL/ESL Teacher Network

Program: PPD

Audience: ENL/ESL Educators

Dates: 1/11/2024

This Professional Networking Community is for P-12 ENL/ESL educators from any district. Connect with colleagues to discuss instructional strategies, curriculum, NYSED initiatives, and other topics relevant to ENL/ESL education.

66. CSO Meeting

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/18/2024

OHM BOCES CSO's meeting

67. Inspire: A New Teacher Community

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/22/2024

Rescheduled meeting from Nov. 13th.

68. Regional Scoring - English Language Arts

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified ELA Educators

Dates: 1/24/2024

January ELA Regents Scoring -- PLEASE BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS --

69. School Library Communication Coordinator Meeting and PD Day

Program: School Library System/Media Services

Audience: Librarians and Library Staff. Teacher Partners.

Dates: 1/24/2024

3rd of 5 Library Communication Coordinator meeting and PD day. A minimum of one Librarian per district should attend. All are invited and encouraged.

70. Regional Scoring - Living Environment

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Biology Educators

Dates: 1/24/2024

January Living Environment Regents Scoring -- PLEASE BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS --

71. Regional Scoring - Algebra I & II

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Math Educators

Dates: 1/26/2024

January Algebra I and II Regents Scoring -- PLEASE BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS --

72. Regional Scoring - Global & U.S. History

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Social Studies Educators

Dates: 1/26/2024

January Global and U.S. History Regents Scoring -- PLEASE BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS --

73. Regional Scoring - Earth Science

Program: PPD

Audience: Certified Earth Science Educators

Dates: 1/29/2024

January Earth Science Regents Scoring -- PLEASE BRING ALL SCORING MATERIALS --

74. MS/HS Principal Meeting dates 23-24

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/30/2024

8:00 a.m. at Oneida BOCES unless otherwise noted

75. Managing Stress Through Yoga

Program: PPD

Dates: 1/30/2024

Yoga mediation techniques for teachers and students. Just Breathe Yoga Studio

76. CSO's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 2/1/2024

Monthly work session

77. PLC - Digging Deeper To "Empower” Students

Program: PPD

Audience: Previous book study participants

Dates: 2/1/2024 to 3/7/2024

This PLC through the Center State Teacher's Center is open to teachers that participated in the fall book studies on the book "Empower - What Happens When Students Own Their Learning” by John Spencer. Participants will dig deeper into some of John's educational strategies to assist in planning empowering lessons for their students. Topics include Design Thinking, Wonder Week, Genius Hour, Geek Out Blogs, Maker Projects, Project/Problem Based Learning, and leveraging AI in the classroom. The course will include five virtual meetings for support and to discuss and apply knowledge, as well as, group collaboration for reflection/feedback, and online resources to build your own personalized empowered experience. Participants will have the opportunity to attend an in-person conference with John Spencer in Spring 2024

78. Lead Eval Trining - HP only

Program: PPD

Dates: 2/2/2024

Closed
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79. Tech Ed PLC

Program: PPD

Audience: K-12 Technology Educators

Dates: 2/8/2024

The purpose of this group will be to create a regional network of K-12 Technology Education teachers. Goals of the group will be to collaborate on content development, identify relevant professional development needs, and share best practices. Teachers who teach traditional elementary, middle school, and high school technology courses and/or Project Lead the Way courses are ideal candidates to join this community. Computer science will be its own certification beginning in September 2024; so this community would not be beneficial to those solely teaching computer science.
Required training Utica CSD and Whitesboro CSD will be trained separately

81. From Frustration to Focus: Cultivating Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Early Childhood [ADMIN ONLY]

Program: PPD

Audience: Elementary and District Administrators, CSE Chairs

Dates: 2/27/2024

This professional development is meant for administrators only. Join Upstate Caring Partners in learning about trauma-informed teaching and increase your knowledge on how to best support educators in addressing challenging behaviors. This session will also allow UCP to gain a better understanding of what you are seeing in the classroom to prepare for the teacher training on March 15th Superintendent's Day. Training Objectives: - Trauma-informed care - Essential Early Learning Skills - Addressing Challenging Behaviors within a Classroom Setting Training Outcomes: - To increase understanding of challenging behaviors - Identify skill deficits and how those can lead to challenging behavior - How to utilize effective classroom management strategies
Required training Utica CSD and Whitesboro CSD will be trained separately

83. Literacy Conversations for Today and Tomorrow - Virtual

Program: PPD

Audience: Reading Specialists, Instructional Coaches, Principals

Dates: 2/27/2024 to 5/21/2024

Reading Specialists, Instructional Coaches, Principals In an announcement on January 3, 2024, Governor Hochul shared her goal of "…reforming how we teach reading and bringing our state curriculum in line with the nation's accepted best practices.” Reading instruction that is grounded in evidence and proven effectiveness (the Science of Reading) is a vital part of this initiative. To advance this work and provide support for educators and administrators in our region, we will offer a series of six 1-hour virtual sessions. We will examine the newly released Literacy Briefs (Lesaux & Carr, 2024) and the foundational understandings that make up the science of reading in order to advance our own understanding and to facilitate the teaching of reading in our region.

84. Talk Saves Lives

Program: PPD

Dates: 2/27/2024

Information from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

85. Literacy Conversations for Today and Tomorrow - Virtual

Program: PPD

Audience: Reading Specialists, Instructional Coaches, Principals

Dates: 2/28/2024 to 5/22/2024

Reading Specialists, Instructional Coaches, Principals In an announcement on January 3, 2024, Governor Hochul shared her goal of "…reforming how we teach reading and bringing our state curriculum in line with the nation's accepted best practices.” Reading instruction that is grounded in evidence and proven effectiveness (the Science of Reading) is a vital part of this initiative. To advance this work and provide support for educators and administrators in our region, we will offer a series of six 1-hour virtual sessions. We will examine the newly released Literacy Briefs (Lesaux & Carr, 2024) and the foundational understandings that make up the science of reading in order to advance our own understanding and to facilitate the teaching of reading in our region.
Required training Utica CSD and Whitesboro CSD will be trained separately
Required
Required training Utica CSD and Whitesboro CSD will be trained separately

89. Center State Teacher Center Policy Board Meeting

Program: PPD

Audience: Center State Teacher Center Policy Board Representatives

Dates: 3/4/2024

Center State Teacher Center Policy Board March Meeting. Review of Center offerings, disucssion of upcoming programs and a look ahead.

90. P-Tech staff series with Dr. Madden

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/4/2024

Series with Dr. Madden

91. Teacher Assistant workshop series

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/5/2024

Series of 6 workshops March 5,March 14, March 25, April 15, May 1, May 13

92. ENL PLC/Teacher Network

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/6/2024

Collaborate with other ENL educators on current ENL topics. Share current instructional practices and resources for working with ENL students and create team building within your district on ENL students and supports that facilitate learning.

93. Lead Evaluator of Teachers #1/3

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/7/2024

Required training

94. CSO's Work Session

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/7/2024

Monthly work session

95. DKG March Meeting

Program: PPD

Audience: DKG Members

Dates: 3/7/2024

This meeting will start at 5:00 pm at The Utica Children's Museum (106 Memorial Parkway, Utica) at which time members will get a tour of what is completed at this new site, s well as learning about what they are still working on for the future. This will be a great time to explore the diverse exhibits that might be of interest to your students and ask questions about field trips and educational opportunities. This will all be followed by dinner and a meeting at 6:00 pm at Swifty's 257 Genesee Street Utica.
This workshop will provide participants with ideas on how to assist Special Education students achieve a higher level of success when participating in the general curriculum.
Required training Utica CSD and Whitesboro CSD will be trained separately

98. Teacher Assistant workshop series #2

Program: PPD

Dates: 3/14/2024

Series of 6 workshops March 5,March 14, March 25, April 9, May 1, May 13
Grade 3-6 teachers Bridges only - Science Investigations with Ellen Plock

100. District Physical Education Plan Development

Program: PPD

Audience: PE Educators and Athletic Directors

Dates: 3/15/2024

The work shop will continue the work of a previous session. This workshop is intended for the on-going development and writing of the SED required Physical Education Plan.

101. Early Childhood Strategies for Success

Program: PPD

Audience: P-3 Classroom Teachers, Teachers Assistants/Aides, Counselors

Dates: 3/15/2024

Closed
This professional development will provide discussion and resources regarding increasing the use of effective and equitable P-3 instructional strategies. Join us to learn and share effective and research-based classroom strategies to help support the emotional and intellectual needs of every child.