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1. Inquiry Based Learning - ONLINE ONLY

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 1/22/2019

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Through this online course, we will discuss how student empowerment, choice, and voice will teach grit, perseverance, and foster a growth mindset. During the sessions, we will discuss what inquiry is through examples, articles, and research. By the end of the course, you will feel comfortable allowing students to take ownership of their learning to reach their goals, and you will be able to help them research in meaningful ways. Your students want to ask and answer the ungoogleable questions. Using learning will deepen your student’s understanding beyond memorization. Foster creativity and a love for learning with this model. The course will all be online through Schoology and requires 5 hours per week of work time including a final project. All assignments and activities are required to be completed by the last day of the course. 15 credit hours.

2. NYS VISUAL ARTS Standards Training

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers and Adminstrators

Dates: 1/22/2019

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Teachers of the arts will meet together to review the key aspects of the New York State Learning Standards for the Arts and to plan for implementation in their school districts. The morning will be devoted to reviewing the standards. The afternoon will be spent in the application of the standards. IT may be beneficial for teachers to bring lesson plans or unit plans for reference purposes. LUNCH WILL BE ON YOUR OWN.

3. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Animal Science

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/25/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

4. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Auto Technology

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

5. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Conservation/Forestry

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

6. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Construction Trades

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

7. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Cosmetology

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

8. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Criminal Justice

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

9. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Culinary Arts

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

10. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Early Childhood

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

11. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Electrical

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

12. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Graphics & Visual Communications

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

13. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Health Occupations/CNA

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

14. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Heavy Equipment

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

15. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Information Technology

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

16. CTE Statewide Assessment and Curriculum Project - Welding

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 1/22/2019 to 1/24/2019

Starting Today
This event is for Teachers selected by their BOCES CTE Directors and Principals to determine a set of content topics and themes and to develop multiple choice questions and scenarios for the CTE Statewide Assessment Project. Additionally the team will review previously developed questions and student data from previous test administrations. Lunch will be provided on all days. Breakfast is provided each day of attendance Wednesday thru Friday.

17. Restorative Harm Circles and Conferences (for Administrators)

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 1/22/2019

Starting Today
This training will focus on the theory, use, and practice of restorative harm circles and conferences. This deep dive will focus on how to prepare your school environment and policies for the use of restorative harm circles and conference in response to community violations. Participants will leave understanding the restorative harm circle and conference processes, and the work that is needed to prepare for the implementation of these facilitated processes.

18. Creating Choice Boards

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 1/23/2019

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Choice boards are the perfect way to track the activities your students do during the literacy block! Using Choice Boards increases student ownership and allows students to choose how they will learn. Choice boards offer a series of activities that focus on students' specific learning needs, interests, and abilities. In this session, we will build choice boards on a variety of platforms for you to use in your classroom.

19. One Day Refresher for Lead Evaluators of Teachers

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Lead Evaluators of Teachers

Dates: 1/23/2019

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This one-day refresher is designed for current lead evaluators of teachers who are seeking to update training received previously. This will serve for both 3012-c and 3012-d. All nine required training components will be addressed. This will not serve to qualify an attendee to be a lead evaluator. If you have questions as to who should attend, please contact Mike DeCaprio.

20. Choice Boards Workshop

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 1/23/2019

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Choice boards are the perfect way to track the activities your students do during the literacy block! Using Choice Boards increases student ownership and allows students to choose how they will learn. Choice boards offer a series of activities that focus on students' specific learning needs, interests, and abilities. This session will show the tools that work great to include in your choice boards. Build a toolkit that fosters student agency, and brings out the creative side of your students.

21. SUNY Adirondack Business Collaboration Meeting

Program: School Development Services

Audience: SUNY Business Professors and HS Business Teachers

Dates: 1/23/2019

NewStarting Soon
Welcome- John Arpey Lunch 12:15- 12:45pm Welcome and Introductions- Jim Woodard & John Arpey Registration of Students & other Protocols- Jenna St. Jacques Business Plan Competitions and Continuing Education Credit- Kim Wegner High School Business Day- Brenda Saunders & Samantha Ball Marketing Opportunities Exploration Roundtable Discussion-Group Teaching Technologies- Kelli Hatin Adjourn to Small Group Breakout Sessions: Management Marketing Personal Finance Accounting Business Law

22. WCC PLC Grade 1 Team 2

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 1/24/2019

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To continue the work to address the challenges identified on October 19th: Challenge 1 Support multiple behaviors and encourage positive choices within the classroom Challenge 2 Availability of time within the classroom to meet all standards and students at their level despite scheduled or non-scheduled interruptions Challenge 3 Support from home and attitudes about education that students bring to the classroom

23. Ed Tech Coaches Roundtable

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: EdTech Coaches

Dates: 1/25/2019 to 5/31/2019

NewStarting Soon
Join local educational technology coaches as we share and discuss current initiatives, success, and challenges we are experiencing. Anyone who works with teachers to integrate technology into curriculum and instruction is welcome to attend! This includes (but is not limited to) teachers on special assignment, technology committee members, instructional coaches, librarians, and media specialists.

24. SS U.S. History Kickstart

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: 11th Grade Administrators and Teachers

Dates: 1/25/2019

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This day's objective is to put US History educators ahead of the SED wave of changes coming in the next couple of years. What our middle school and Global History colleagues have learned over the past couple years is that preparing for this approach to teaching, learning, and assessing is a multi-year process. We'll look at the intent of the Framework, discuss what's in and what's out, and look at vetted materials.

25. WCC PLC Agriculture

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 1/28/2019

NewStarting Soon
To continue the work to address the challenges identified on October 19th

26. Part II: Comprehensive Developmental School Counseling Plan Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teams should be comprised of school counselors, administrators, social workers, teachers and other pupil personnel providers.

Dates: 1/29/2019

The New York State Education Department amended the regulations for school counseling programs to help increase opportunities for all students to be successful. The amended regulations address the parameters of what a comprehensive developmental school counseling program should include. The amended regulations, adopted July 2017, need to be in place for the 2019-2020 school. NYSED”s plan for Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) State is aligned with these amended school counseling regulations and include provisions that encourage schools and districts to adopt a “Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child” multi-tiered model to promote positive school climates that, in turn, improve student outcomes. This session is intended for teams from districts to develop their school counseling plans with guidance from regional experts relative to the school counseling regulations. Teams should be comprised of school counselors, administrators, social workers, teachers and other pupil personnel providers. Please bring a laptop and access to your existing plan.

27. Part 2 of Awareness Phase write-up - Grades K-2

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 1/29/2019

In Part 2 of the Awareness Phase of the NYS Next Generation Math Standards participants will examine the Crosswalks and Snapshots to investigate the specific Standards that will be affected by the clarifications and changes. The impact these modified Standards will have on curriculum will be defined. Participants are asked to bring laptops.

28. MIPS: Measures of Interim Progress

Program: School Development Services

Audience: District level leadership, superintendents, assistant superintendents, directors and distract data coordinators

Dates: 1/29/2019

This session is a working meeting with your district-specific data to better understand what a MIP is, how it is calculated and what it means for you in the world of ESSA. District administrators, Superintendents and District Data Coordinators are welcome to attend. Bring a device and the MIP and accountability files provided in the IRS portal.

29. Part II: Comprehensive Developmental School Counseling Plan Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teams should be comprised of school counselors, administrators, social workers, teachers and other pupil personnel providers.

Dates: 1/31/2019

The New York State Education Department amended the regulations for school counseling programs to help increase opportunities for all students to be successful. The amended regulations address the parameters of what a comprehensive developmental school counseling program should include. The amended regulations, adopted July 2017, need to be in place for the 2019-2020 school. NYSED”s plan for Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) State is aligned with these amended school counseling regulations and include provisions that encourage schools and districts to adopt a “Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child” multi-tiered model to promote positive school climates that, in turn, improve student outcomes. This session is intended for teams from districts to develop their school counseling plans with guidance from regional experts relative to the school counseling regulations. Teams should be comprised of school counselors, administrators, social workers, teachers and other pupil personnel providers. Please bring a laptop and access to your existing plan.

30. Gamify Your Classroom

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 2/1/2019

Gamification is about transforming your classroom environment and regular activities by using games. It requires you and your students to be creative, to collaborate and to play. There are numerous ways to bring games and game playing into your class to promote learning and deepen student understanding. In this workshop, we will try out many different ways to bring games into your classroom.

31. Creating Games for your Classroom

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 2/1/2019

You know there are great tools for adding games to your classroom, but you need time to learn the platforms. In this session, you will deep dive into the platforms that bring gamification to life and create our first games. Bring to the workshop questions and ideas that you would like to create on a gaming platform and build your activities with support.

32. Library Staff Training

Program: School Library Services

Audience: Support Staff in School Libraries

Dates: 2/4/2019

Support staff for school libraries learn about catalogs, interlibrary loans, book repairs, working with students and best practices such as privacy and social media.

33. WCC PLC Health

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 2/4/2019

New
To continue the work to address the challenges identified on October 19th

34. WCC PLC ELA Team 2

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/4/2019

New
To continue the work from the Regional PD Day on October 19th

35. Differentiation/Small Group Training

Program: Special Education/CTE Professional Development for Curriculum and Instructi

Audience: 1st Year Teachers

Dates: 2/4/2019

During this session, participants will learn and discuss several strategies for providing differentiation in their classrooms. Participants will be introduced to ways to structure their classroom to enhance the way they provide differentiation as well as encourage student speaking, listening and leadership skills.

36. WCC PLC AIS Math - Reschedule

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 2/5/2019

Continuing work on challenges identified October 19 Challenge 1 Deficits vs grade level skill. (fill the gaps or keep up) strategies Challenge 2 Engagement of students that are apathetic Challenge 3 Basic skills

37. MIPS: Measures of Interim Progress

Program: School Development Services

Audience: District level leadership, superintendents, assistant superintendents, directors and distract data coordinators

Dates: 2/6/2019

This session is a working meeting with your district-specific data to better understand what a MIP is, how it is calculated and what it means for you in the world of ESSA. District administrators, Superintendents and District Data Coordinators are welcome to attend. Bring a device and the MIP and accountability files provided in the IRS portal.

38. Part 2 of Awareness Phase write-up - Grades 3-5

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 2/6/2019

In Part 2 of the Awareness Phase of the NYS Next Generation Math Standards participants will examine the Crosswalks and Snapshots to investigate the specific Standards that will be affected by the clarifications and changes. The impact these modified Standards will have on curriculum will be defined. Participants are asked to bring laptops.

39. WCC PLC Grade 2 Team 1

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 2/6/2019

New
To continue the work to address the challenges identified on October 19th: Time - lack of Parenting - lack of support from Behavioral issues

40. Learning Is Not A Spectator Sport

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 2/7/2019

The most effective teachers constantly use Active Participation to engage learners both overtly and covertly. This workshop will explore managerial assessments and strategies to check for understanding as a prerequisite to more formalized methods of monitoring and adjusting to promote student success. Although the majority of the examples in this workshop are from the mathematics curriculum, its content is appropriate for all grade levels and subject areas.

41. WCC PLC Reading

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 2/7/2019

New
Morning 1. Assessments/Data: -share what assessments each district uses at each grade level -share cut off scores and how students qualify for services 2. Scheduling: -discuss how we create our schedules and what group sizes are -discuss how the frequency of services are provided and what that looks like Afternoon 3. Instructional Material -bring and share current instructional material being used for intervention -discuss the pros & cons of the instruction material/programs -have the opportunity to look more closely/independently at the material

42. Formative Assessments: The Who, What and Why?

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 2/7/2019

The term "formative assessment" has been around for years but do you really understand "who does it? what it is? and why it is done?" This workshop will help attendees arrive at a working definition of the term, dissect sample assessments to find commonalities of intent and vocabulary, categorize assessments as managerial, check for understanding, or formative and begin creating quality formative assessments in their own subject areas.

43. Advanced Google Forms

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 2/8/2019

Do you use Google Forms and are ready for more ideas? Come to this workshop and explore Google Forms on a deeper level. You can customize your forms with themes and images. Google Forms has many different types of questions including grids and scale type question. Using the Logic Branching tool you can send students to different questions based upon the answer that is chosen. Google Classroom now has forms built into it so it is easy to create quizzes in Forms that can be graded and synced. After attending this workshop, you’ll be using Google Forms in ways you have not yet discovered!!

44. Advanced Google Classroom

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 2/8/2019

Most of us use Google Classroom already but do you know the power that it has? Learn about how to unlock collaboration and critical thinking skills for your students using Google Classroom. Google classroom has many different features that can help us enrich our classroom for students and teachers. Come to this session and learn how to truly take your class to a new level.

45. WCC PLC Grade 2 Team 2

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 2/8/2019

New
To continue the work to address the challenges identified on October 19th:

46. Prioritizing the Next Generation ELA Standards

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 2/11/2019

During this session, participants will analyze across all strands of the Next Generation ELA Standards in order to determine relationships between priority and supporting standards. We will use the outcomes we generate in this workshop as a model for future sessions.

47. Making Writing Work

Program: Special Education/CTE Professional Development for Curriculum and Instructi

Audience: 2nd Year Teachers

Dates: 2/11/2019

This session will introduce participants to various writing tools, techniques and strategies that can be utilized for all genres of writing as well at various grade levels.

48. Part 2 of Awareness Phase write-up - Grades 6-8

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 2/12/2019

In Part 2 of the Awareness Phase of the NYS Next Generation Math Standards participants will examine the Crosswalks and Snapshots to investigate the specific Standards that will be affected by the clarifications and changes. The impact these modified Standards will have on curriculum will be defined. Participants are asked to bring laptops.

49. WCC PLC Grade 5 Team 1

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 2/13/2019

New
To continue the work to address the challenges identified on October 19th:

50. Part 2 of Awareness Phase write-up - Grades 9-12

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 2/14/2019

In Part 2 of the Awareness Phase of the NYS Next Generation Math Standards participants will examine the Crosswalks and Snapshots to investigate the specific Standards that will be affected by the clarifications and changes. The impact these modified Standards will have on curriculum will be defined. Participants are asked to bring laptops.

51. DASA Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 2/19/2019

This course is provided to those seeking to meet the NYSED regulations for Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, DASA. As a newly approved provider of this training, the WSWHE BOCES will offer monthly sessions. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

52. Google Educator Level 1 - Certification Boot Camp

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teacher

Dates: 2/21/2019 to 2/22/2019

During this two day learning experience, participants will learn the essentials of GSuite for Education with a focus on the skills and techniques needed to complete the online exam to achieve “Google Educator” status and pursue “Google Education Trainer” status. This event will guide participants through various activities and classroom examples using media rich content, responsive instruction techniques, and design labs. LUNCH IS PROVIDED.

53. Buck Institute for Education - PBL 101

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/26/2019 to 2/28/2019

PBL 101 is Buck Institute for Education’s foundational three-day (consecutive, 6.5 hours per day) onsite workshop. Based on BIE's model of Gold Standard Project Based Learning, the workshop provides participants with the skills and knowledge needed to design, assess and manage a rigorous, relevant, and standards-based project. The workshop models the project process. Facilitated by one of BIE's expert National Faculty, the workshop is a balanced blend of direct instruction, video analysis, hands-on work, resource sharing, and peer collaboration and feedback. Participants are actively engaged in project design, with the expectation that every teacher or teaching team will generate a project plan that receives formative feedback from both participants and BIE National Faculty. Lunch is provided.

54. New Teacher Learning Walk-Myers Center

Program: Special Education/CTE Professional Development for Curriculum and Instructi

Audience: New WSWHE BOCES teachers

Dates: 2/26/2019

Closed
The Learning Walk process has been a popular activity among new teachers over the last couple of years. It's a chance to visit a colleague's classroom and reflect on best practices. The sign up for the walks will be held to three people so as to not overwhelm the classroom we are visiting. Please do not be limited to your own grade level or content area. There is a lot to learn from every classroom.

55. Breakout Training

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 2/27/2019

New
BreakoutEDU is the newest trend to bring gaming and active participation in the classroom. Adapted from the Breakout Rooms sweeping the country, BreakoutEDU is a great way to introduce a topic, review a topic, or work on team building skills. Students work together to solve clues and puzzles to break into a locked box. The games vary across content areas and age groups. This session will begin with participants actually working together to Breakout! Then we will discuss how to use Breakout EDU, what resources are available, and two additional types of Breakout activities.

56. Understanding the NYS Next Generation Math Standards Part I

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 2/27/2019

During this session, participants will review and discuss the Preface to the Next Generation ELA and Math Learning Standards and the Introduction to the Next Generation Early Learning Standards documents associated with the new standards. This is a stepping stone session to understanding the changes to the standards by first introducing information surrounding the revisions.

57. Buck Institute Sustained Visit Follow-Up Day

Program: School Development Services

Dates: 3/1/2019

This one-day session is designed for participants who have completed the Buck Institute for Education PBL 101 course. Sustained Support Visits are customized on-site sessions based on the needs of attendees who have attended PBL 101 in areas related to project design, assessment, and management and are led by a BIE National Faculty member. In addition to new learning, teachers reflect on their projects, give feedback to one another to improve projects, examine student work, or share strategies to improve their overall design and/or facilitation of projects.

58. Sustained Support Visit -PBL

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 3/1/2019

This one-day session is designed for participants who have completed the Buck Institute for Education PBL 101 course. Sustained Support Visits are customized on-site sessions based on the needs of attendees who have attended PBL 101 in areas related to project design, assessment, and management and are led by a BIE National Faculty member. In addition to new learning, teachers reflect on their projects, give feedback to one another to improve projects, examine student work, or share strategies to improve their overall design and/or facilitation of projects.

59. Google Certified Educator - Level 1 Crash Course

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/1/2019

New
Show off your Google skills by becoming a Level 1 Google Certified Educator. In this full-day session, you will explore Google fundamental topics including Google tools and how to apply these in the classroom. The certification process and exam tips will also be discussed. The training will be led by a Google Certified Trainer and a Level 1 Google Certified Educators. You will receive an exam voucher at the end of the day for the Level 1 Google Certified Educator exam.

60. *COPY OF Research Tools for the Classroom

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/5/2019

New
During this 3 week online class you will become familiar and have to opportunity to use a variety of Google and online research tools available to you and your students. We will be looking at Google Keep for note taking, advanced Google searches and resources, library databases and more. Enjoy learning at your own pace. CTLE hours are available for this class.

61. Digital Citizenship, Literacy, and Fluency - What’s your Footprint? (Online Only)

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/5/2019

New
It is important for our students to navigate their online world safely and effectively. This workshop will cover lessons you can use from k-12 in areas of citizenship, creating passwords, safe searching, plagiarism, and copyright. Learn the vocabulary and raise your digital IQ. Review lessons, websites, and apps that teach digital literacy to create your own toolbox to use with your students.

62. Research Tools for the Classroom

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/5/2019

New
During this 3 week online class you will become familiar and have to opportunity to use a variety of Google and online research tools available to you and your students. We will be looking at Google Keep for note taking, advanced Google searches and resources, library databases and more. Enjoy learning at your own pace. CTLE hours are available for this class.

63. Understanding the NYS Next Generation Math Standards Part II

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 3/5/2019

During this session, participants will review the Glossary of Verbs Associated with the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards, the new standards and crosswalks to note revisions and changes. Additionally, a review of the standards across grade levels will occur to encourage vertical conversations and understandings.

64. Understanding the NYS Next Generation Math Standards Part II

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/5/2019

During this session, participants will review the Glossary of Verbs Associated with the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards, the new standards and crosswalks to note revisions and changes. Additionally, a review of the standards across grade levels will occur to encourage vertical conversations and understandings.

65. Unwrapping the Next Generation ELA Standards:

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/6/2019

During this session, participants will practice strategies to unwrap standards in order to build clarity around learning intentions and criteria for student success.

66. Unwrapping the Next Generation ELA Standards:

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/6/2019

During this session, participants will practice strategies to unwrap standards in order to build clarity around learning intentions and criteria for student success.

67. Formative Assessments: Collect, Analyze and Evaluate

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 3/7/2019

We have established what quality formative assessments look like, and how and when to use them, so what's next? Please bring a sample formative assessment with you to this workshop.Using the criteria established at the February session, we will first evaluate formative assessments in our own subject areas. The majority of this session will explore how to collect and analyze data then plan interventions to improve student achievement

68. Creating Videos for the Classroom

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/8/2019

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Videos are everywhere and that is because they are so easy to create. If you would like to learn how easily you too can create videos for your classes and for your students to create videos for assignments come to this workshop. We will explore online video creators such a Biteable and Adobe Spark and Screencastify for screencasting. You will see how you can have video discussions with your students. You will leave with the ability to create videos and new ideas on how to integrate teacher and student-created videos in the classroom.

69. Next Generation ELA Standards-Phase I - Make Up Opportunity

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/11/2019

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Phase I Make Up Session: This session is designed for those educators who may not have been able to make it to other Phase I sessions. Introductory documents, literacy briefs, and crosswalks will all be addressed. The intent is to prepare participant for Phase II of the Next Gen ELA Roll Out. District and grade level teams are encouraged to attend.

70. Active Participation

Program: Special Education/CTE Professional Development for Curriculum and Instructi

Audience: 1st Year Teachers

Dates: 3/11/2019

This session will introduce participants to multiple strategies and activities focused on increasing student engagement and classroom participation. Participants will have an opportunity to learn, practice and plan using each of the presented strategies. Each session will focus on a different set of strategies that can be easily implemented in any classroom.

71. Child Abuse Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 3/12/2019

This course is required for anyone seeking provisional or permanent certification through the Education Department for administrative/supervisory service, teaching service, or other school related service (physicians, school nurses, psychologists, dental hygienists) as well as for coaching. It is offered monthly throughout the school year. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

72. School Violence Prevention Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 3/12/2019

This course is required for anyone seeking provisional or permanent certification through the Education Department for administrative/supervisory service, teaching service, or other school related service (physicians, school nurses, psychologists, dental hygienists) as well as for coaching. It is offered monthly throughout the school year. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

73. DASA Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 3/12/2019 to 3/13/2019

This course is provided to those seeking to meet the NYSED regulations for Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, DASA. As a newly approved provider of this training, the WSWHE BOCES will offer monthly sessions. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

74. Communications Coordinators

Program: School Library Services

Audience: School librarians

Dates: 3/14/2019

One of four meetings per year for district represenatives to School Library services in accordance with Commissioners Regulations 90.18. Includes SLS business meeting and Professional Development to turnkey back to districts.

75. Digital Timelines

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/15/2019

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Why not try using digital timelines in your classroom. Timelines: enhance students’ comprehension by providing context to fully understand a story or concept, help students to connect the dots to put things into perspective and help students focus on the key moments or events. Google Drawing, Read/Write Timeline, and Sutori will be demonstrated. With these tools, you and your students can create, share and move to a higher order of thinking.

76. Digital Portfolio

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/15/2019

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Having a digital portfolio helps students to showcase their learning. They can use the online platform to reflect and share their work. The most important value of a digital portfolio is the boost to a student's self-confidence. They can clearly see their own accomplishments. By sharing their work through a digital portfolio they are getting experience with having an authentic audience. This workshop will walk you through some of the best platforms for any age group to create a portfolio.

77. Looking Back/Looking Ahead: Anticipatory Sets and Closure

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 3/18/2019

Making a connection to a new topic from preset experiences or taking the time to digest new material before moving on can make or break a lesson's success. This workshop will explore the characteristics of Anticipatory Sets and Closure: intent, timing, key words, who performs each and how each impacts motivation, focus and retention. Regardless of subject area or grade level, all participants will create meaningful examples of each to bring back to their current classroom lessons.

78. Technology as a tool

Program: Special Education/CTE Professional Development for Curriculum and Instructi

Audience: 2nd Year Teachers

Dates: 3/18/2019

During this session, participants will learn about several different edu-tech tools to increase learning and engagement in their classrooms.

79. Understanding the NYS Next Generation Math Standards Part I

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/19/2019

During this session, participants will review and discuss the Preface to the Next Generation ELA and Math Learning Standards and the Introduction to the Next Generation Early Learning Standards documents associated with the new standards. This is a stepping stone session to understanding the changes to the standards by first introducing information surrounding the revisions.

80. Understanding the NYS Next Generation Math Standards Part II

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: K -12th grade teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/19/2019

During this session, participants will review the Glossary of Verbs Associated with the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards, the new standards and crosswalks to note revisions and changes. Additionally, a review of the standards across grade levels will occur to encourage vertical conversations and understandings.

81. DASA Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 3/20/2019

This course is provided to those seeking to meet the NYSED regulations for Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, DASA. As a newly approved provider of this training, the WSWHE BOCES will offer monthly sessions. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

82. Tech Tools Playground (Seesaw, EdPuzzle, Thinglink, Flipgrid)

Program: Model Schools Program

Audience: Teachers Administrators and Paraprofessionals

Dates: 3/22/2019

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Are you interested in spending time learning and building on one of these four platforms? In this workshop, you will get a short introduction to each of these four tools and then the opportunity to dive deeper to build and use one of these tools. By the end of the workshop, you will have ideas, resources, and activities built that you can bring back to the classroom.

83. Circles of Support and Accountability after Suspension (for Administrators)

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 3/26/2019

This training will focus on the theory, use, and practice of Circles of Support and Accountability (COSA). This deep dive will focus on how to prepare your school environment and policies for the use of the COSA process. Participants will leave understanding how to create, utilize the COSA process, and the work that is needed to prepare for the implementation of this facilitated process.

84. NGSS KickStart K-5

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 3/28/2019

This day is designed to be a starter day, a 101-level introduction to the NYS Science Learning Standards. We will look at the groundwork of the NGSS. We will discuss both three dimensional learning and phenomenon-based lessons. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how these standards function, and the conversation will be through the lens of what in their current curriculum may work and what will need revision.

85. NGSS KickStart 6-12

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 3/29/2019

This day is designed to be a starter day, a 101-level introduction to the NYS Science Learning Standards. We will look at the groundwork of the NGSS. We will discuss both three dimensional learning and phenomenon-based lessons. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how these standards function, and the conversation will be through the lens of what in their current curriculum may work and what will need revision.

86. 2 Day TCIS Update

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 4/2/2019 to 4/3/2019

Note: This update is only open to certified TCIS trainers. This update is designed to assist certified TCIS trainers in designing and implementing effective and school-specific TCIS refresher training in order to enhance individual and organization performance. Factors that facilitate skill transfer and maintenance will be discussed. An effective format for representing TCIS materials using the model of “discussion, demonstration, and practice” will be presented. Participants will be asked to present activities appropriate for refresher training during this update. In advance of the update, participants will be asked to bring their activity guides and bring critical incidents (identifying information deleted) for review and use during the practice activities. A heavy emphasis is placed on advancing the skill development of the participants in the areas of the early interventions strategies, crisis co-regulation, Life Space Interview, physical skills and risk assessment. Note: This update is only open to certified TCIS trainers. In addition to completion of this BOCES registration, participants must submit the 2 page Cornell application directly to Cornell University (address provided on application) by March 4, 2019. (The Cornell application will be emailed to you upon registration.) Participants are requested to contact Alissa Burns Medero, Cornell University at ab358@cornell.edu to check their training status and see if this program is appropriate to meet their training needs. Program Objectives Participants will be able to: Design refresher TCIS training to meet school-specific goals and objectives Develop questions to test recall and application of TCIS skills and concepts Deliver an activity that advances skills and provides for corrective feedback Demonstrate effective training strategies that meet the objectives of refresher training. Practice physical restraint skills with moderate resistance. LUNCH IS ON YOUR OWN

87. Enduring Issues Mock Scoring Session - Global Studies Regents

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 4/4/2019

This session will focus on the holistic scoring of the Enduring Issue Essay, Part 3 of the new Framework-based Regents Examination in Global History and Geography II. Participants will train on the draft rubric, review student exemplar papers and score practice papers.

88. DASA Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 4/8/2019 to 4/9/2019

This course is provided to those seeking to meet the NYSED regulations for Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, DASA. As a newly approved provider of this training, the WSWHE BOCES will offer monthly sessions. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

89. NGSS: Evaluating Materials

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Teachers, admins with instructional leadership responsibilities

Dates: 4/10/2019

The flood of materials tagged at NGSS-aligned has begun. Participants will understand the foundations of what would make something truly aligned, will learn to use reliable tools for evalulating curricular materials, and will examine a couple of popular programs to determine alignment.

90. WCC PLC ELA 7-12 Team 3

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 4/12/2019

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Continuing work on challenges identified October 19 Challenge 1 How do we enlist all content teachers to participate in teaching reading and writing? Challenge 2 Language alignment within building and district and also with state exams/standards Challenge 3 Lack of time to collaborate and differentiate

91. Integrating Across Content-WSWHE BOCES Teachers Only-Cohort 1

Program: Special Education/CTE Professional Development for Curriculum and Instructi

Audience: Cohort 1-WSWHE BOCES new teachers

Dates: 4/15/2019

During this session, participants will learn how to integrate multiple content areas in their lesson planning process to create an interdisciplinary experience.

92. WCC PLC Grade 3

Program: School Development Services

Audience: WCC PLC Members

Dates: 4/16/2019

New
Continuing work on challenges identified October 19

93. DASA Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 4/16/2019

This course is provided to those seeking to meet the NYSED regulations for Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, DASA. As a newly approved provider of this training, the WSWHE BOCES will offer monthly sessions. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

94. Restorative Responses to Classroom Harm (for Teachers)

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 4/16/2019

This training will focus on restorative responses to harm that occurs in the classroom. Participants will leave understanding the theory behind restorative practices and how it can be applied to classroom management.

95. Lead Evaluators of Teachers Part 1

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Lead Evaluators of Teachers

Dates: 5/8/2019

This workshop is meant for Lead Evaluators who did not attend previous offerings of this workshop.Participants will explore the Danielson Framework for Teaching and evidence-based observation techniques. If you have questions as to who should attend, please contact Mike DeCaprio.

96. Lead Evaluators of Teachers Part 2

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Lead Evaluators of Teachers

Dates: 5/9/2019

This workshop is meant for Lead Evaluators who did not attend previous offerings of this workshop. Participants will be guided through the initial steps outlined by NYS in regards to the creation of Student Learning Objectives (SLOs). Time will also be spent exploring the instructional shifts and their inherent position within the approved rubrics for teacher evaluation. If you have questions as to who should attend, please contact Mike DeCaprio.

97. Lead Evaluators of Teachers Part 3

Program: Teacher & Leader Development Service

Audience: Lead Evaluators of Teachers

Dates: 5/13/2019

This workshop is meant for Lead Evaluators who did not attend previous offerings of this workshop. Participants will re-examine the idea of an evidence-based evaluation system through the identification of criteria for quality student learning objectives; exploring various methods of target setting; and ways of establishing HEDI rating scales. If you have questions as to who should attend, please contact Mike DeCaprio.

98. DASA Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 5/13/2019 to 5/14/2019

This course is provided to those seeking to meet the NYSED regulations for Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, DASA. As a newly approved provider of this training, the WSWHE BOCES will offer monthly sessions. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

99. School Violence Prevention Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 5/14/2019

This course is required for anyone seeking provisional or permanent certification through the Education Department for administrative/supervisory service, teaching service, or other school related service (physicians, school nurses, psychologists, dental hygienists) as well as for coaching. It is offered monthly throughout the school year. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

100. Child Abuse Certification Workshop

Program: School Development Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, In Service Teachers

Dates: 5/14/2019

This course is required for anyone seeking provisional or permanent certification through the Education Department for administrative/supervisory service, teaching service, or other school related service (physicians, school nurses, psychologists, dental hygienists) as well as for coaching. It is offered monthly throughout the school year. If you are a private pay (not being paid by a school district), payment needs to be submitted and received by the School Development Office to consider your registration complete.

101. Communications Coordinators

Program: School Library Services

Audience: School librarians

Dates: 5/15/2019

One of four meetings per year for district represenatives to School Library services in accordance with Commissioners Regulations 90.18. Includes SLS business meeting and Professional Development to turnkey back to districts.