Catalog: Erie 1 BOCES (WebReg)

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1. Daily Attendance - USING CODES

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Dates: 1/25/2021

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This is an hour-long session for those districts already using recommended attendance codes.

2. IRT# 820D Instructional Coaches Consortium - 1/26/21: Day 3 of 5

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: K-12 Instructional Coaches

Dates: 1/26/2021

Registration ends 1/19/21
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IRT# 820D: Ala Cart Day 3 of 5. Should you want all 5 days, please go to IRT# 820A

As a member of this consortium, you will have opportunities to collaborate with other instructional coaches on topics relevant to coaching in the classroom. The cohort will meet 5 times over the course of the 2020-2021 school year. The BOCES Coordinator will set an initial agenda but the cohort will set subsequent agendas and the groups' needs and interests will shape the meetings content. Some of the research-based topics that will be included are: developing relationships with teachers, identifying needs and setting goals, exploring best practices in pedagogy, and developing PD workshops for teachers. Coaches should be ready to share their expertise and experiences and be open to adding to their capacities as instructional coaches. The goal of this consortium is to network with other instructional coaches and to reflect on our own professional roles and responsibilities.

If you would like to add a follow-up day in your district for the BOCES Coordinator to "coach the coaches" a one-time $500 fee will be added to the price. Please contact Jessica Karches at jkarches@e1b.org.

Costs for 1 Day: $165/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $182/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/20/21 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

3. Daily Attendance - NOT CURRENTLY USING CODES

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Dates: 1/26/2021

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This is an hour-long session for those districts not using recommended attendance codes.

4. IRT- Social Emotional Learning Physical Education for K-12 Teachers (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 PE Teachers

Dates: 1/26/2021

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Teachers will learn the basic principles of the social emotional learning competencies and how they relate to the updated NYS Physical Education Standards.

5. TC2020-58 Reflective Practice for Effective Teaching

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Reflecting on teaching encompasses the instructors thinking that follows any lesson. When reflecting, you must look at the planning and implementation of a lesson. Effective teachers are life-long learners and being reflective is an important part of learning. Teachers may reflect on their teaching in various ways including collegial conversations, journal writing, examining student work or simply taking the time to think about your program. What we must do is take the reflections and make adjustments in our practice. This workshop will give us time to reflect and grow as educators. CTLE hours: 10 Cost: $70 -- CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Intended Audience: All educators Dates: January 27 to February 10, 2010 Location: ONLINE* Instructor: Kathy Halter *The instructor will email a link to the course on or prior to the start date. You can work at your own pace until the deadline.

6. WRPC SET - 48 Unit 1-IEP: Cornerstone of Special Education CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Participants will analyze how the IEP is the cornerstone of the special education process.

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

7. Daily Attendance - USING CODES Session two

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Dates: 1/27/2021

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This is an hour-long session for those districts already using recommended attendance codes.

8. WRPC BEH - 02 AM 1/27/21 TSG Significant Disproportionality Day 2

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Designated staff for Targeted Skills Group (same as Day 1)

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Day 2 of the Targeted Skills Group (TSG) will prepare districts to dig deeper with a facilitated Root Cause Analysis of Disproportionality. This ½ day TSG will use district-wide data, success gaps, as well as data from the Self-Review process to identify the compounding factors that are influencing the disproportionality. Districts will utilize their increase knowledge and understanding of Root Cause in order to identify the systems, practices and learning outcomes that will lead to improved results for Students With Disabilities. Items to bring Facilitator will communicate necessary data

9. Differentiated Feedback Union East

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/27/2021

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10. Springville MS: Initial Destiny Library Manager Training via Zoom

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: Library Teaching Assistant

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Objective(s): The Teaching Assistant will be able to operate/use Destiny Library Manager in an efficient manner. Topic(s): Overview of operation in Destiny Library Manager modules: Destiny Discover, Home, Dashboard, Catalog, Circulation, Reports, Back Office and My Info. Agenda: Registration, review of WNYRIC Library Automation Cooperative Service (CoSer), establishment of access for attendee to Destiny Library Manager; Review of logging into, navigating, and using help systems (online and on-page) in Destiny Library Manager; A review of Destiny Discover, including searching for titles (including by Lexile measures), copies, eBooks (OverDrive, ePointPlus via the Erie-Catt Teacher Center, etc.), web sites via WebPath, online databases via One Search in the Destiny Discover and Destiny Back Office search interfaces, and Open Educational Resources via Destiny Discover, as well as creating Collections; Overview of patron management in Destiny Back Office (automation of student and staff data via nightly PowerSchool extracts), setup in Admin and in Destiny Discover's Discover Admin area; Circulation review (check outs, check ins, renewals, holds, lost copies); Generating common library and patron reports. Questions and answers.

11. Differentiated Feedback Union East

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Conferring and Small Groups in Writing

12. WRPC BEH - 03 PM 1/27/21 TSG Significant Disproportionality Day 2

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Designated staff for Targeted Skills Group (same as Day 1)

Dates: 1/27/2021

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Day 2 of the Targeted Skills Group (TSG) will prepare districts to dig deeper with a facilitated Root Cause Analysis of Disproportionality. This ½ day TSG will use district-wide data, success gaps, as well as data from the Self-Review process to identify the compounding factors that are influencing the disproportionality. Districts will utilize their increase knowledge and understanding of Root Cause in order to identify the systems, practices and learning outcomes that will lead to improved results for Students With Disabilities. Items to bring Facilitator will communicate necessary data

13. IRT 948 The Western New York Conference for Music Educators

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Music Educators

Dates: 1/27/2021 to 1/28/2021

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This virtual conference will offer a total of 16 one-hour sessions to choose from in General Music, Band, Chorus, Orchestra and other music areas. Presenters include faculty from Erie County Schools, SUNY Fredonia and The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. One hour of CTLE Credit will be awarded by BOCES for each session attended. For Session Details, please go to www.ecmea.org and scroll down on the Homepage to Professional Development / Learn More. Session links will be sent out 48 hours prior to the start of the conference.

***PLEASE NOTE: You have 4 one-hour meetings to choose from. Each one hour meeting contains 4 sessions which will be different for each meetings. You may attend a maximum of 4 sessions between all of the meetings.

Cost is $55.00 per participant. Charters will be $60.50.

14. CSLO Lackawanna - NearPod Training

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Lackawanna CSD Teachers

Dates: 1/28/2021

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This session will cover the basics of NearPod for creating synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences, which can be used in either in-person or remote learning settings. We will also explore the Interactive Video options for student assignments, as well as the NearPod Library of curriculum-aligned lessons.

15. TCIS Certification: Kenton "a la carte" - Day 3 of 5

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Kenton Faculty and Staff

Dates: 1/28/2021

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Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Schools: This training will cover proactive techniques to support safe school environments for both youth and staff. We will cover foundational knowledge such as the stress model of crisis, signs of pain-based behavior, an understanding of how trauma affects the brain, de-escalation techniques, and how and when to safely apply physical interventions. We will focus on reflective inquiry and self-awareness, asking questions such as "How does our behavior affect the potential response of our students?"

16. Daily Attendance - NOT CURRENTLY USING CODES

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Dates: 1/28/2021

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This is an hour-long session for those districts not using recommended attendance codes.

17. Google and Google Classroom Training

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: St. Gregory The Great School

Dates: 1/28/2021

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Google and Google Classroom training

18. CSLO Lackawanna - NearPod Training

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Lackawanna CSD Teachers

Dates: 1/28/2021

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This session will cover the basics of NearPod for creating synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences, which can be used in either in-person or remote learning settings. We will also explore the Interactive Video options for student assignments, as well as the NearPod Library of curriculum-aligned lessons.

19. Innovative Educator Social Studies

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: Grades 5-12 Social Studies Teachers

Dates: 1/28/2021

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This course is for Grades 5-12 Social Studies interested in learning and sharing new Edtech Tools and ideas to engage their students.

20. Data Warehouse Visualizations Training

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Dates: 1/28/2021

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The WNYRIC Data Warehouse has interactive reports that present data in a visual way. In this training, you will learn how to access, navigate, and edit these reports for your district needs. Basic information on how to create your own visualizations will also be presented. This is an advanced user class and you must be familiar with navigation and the data that is collected through Level 1. Please note there are multiple sessions of this training. All sessions of Basic Navigation training are the same, you only need to register for one date. Link to webinar will be provided the day before class. Please email dataview@e1b.org with any questions.

21. IRT 947 Enacting Culturally Relevant and Sustaining Teaching in Today's Classroom

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: K-12 Teachers, Administrators, Instructional Coaches, Curriculum Specialists

Dates: 1/28/2021 to 2/8/2021

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In this workshop, educators will explore the tenets of culturally relevant and sustaining education and how they help to foster a more supportive learning environment, both in-person and remotely, through student engagement and empowerment. Participants will learn instructional frameworks, strategies, and activities that affirm and contribute to the development of students with diverse experiences, skills, and talents including the use of critical inquiry projects: student-led investigations that achieve academic outcomes while leveraging the lived experiences of our young people.

Please note: This workshop contains two live synchronous sessions with asynchronous materials provided in between to fit your professional learning needs.

IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02. Costs per participant: CSDs $165; Charters $182. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost. If your CSD belongs to a different BOCES, not Erie 1 BOCES, your school admin will need to supply E1B with a cross contract for billing purposes.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations are required by 1/27/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. Cancellations must be in writing by email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

Please refer to this support document for registration instructions.

Erie 1 BOCES Title IIA Consortium is NOT covered.

22. WRPC SET - 49 Unit 2 IEP: Evaluations and Effect of Student Need CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 1/29/2021

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Participants will be able to:
1. identify the impact of evaluations on developing the IEP
2. relay the purpose and components of the Effect of Student Need

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

This event is a self-paced, online workshop that will need approximately 1 hour to complete. The learning requirements must be completed by midnight of this day. There is access to Office Hours to answer questions or clarify understanding.

23. TCIS Certification: Kenton "a la carte" - Day 4 of 5

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Kenton Faculty and Staff

Dates: 1/29/2021

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Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Schools: This training will cover proactive techniques to support safe school environments for both youth and staff. We will cover foundational knowledge such as the stress model of crisis, signs of pain-based behavior, an understanding of how trauma affects the brain, de-escalation techniques, and how and when to safely apply physical interventions. We will focus on reflective inquiry and self-awareness, asking questions such as "How does our behavior affect the potential response of our students?"

24. WRPC BEH-13 Classroom Management CTLE #23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Early career education professionals including general education teachers, special education teachers, paraprofessionals, and/or instructional coaches

Dates: 1/29/2021 to 2/26/2021

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This Foundational Training is designed for educators who would like an introduction to positive and proactive Tier 1 classroom management strategies. These Tier 1 strategies are intended to address both in-person as well as remote instruction, and include physical arrangement of the classroom; expectations, rules, and procedures; active supervision; behavior-specific praise; group contingencies; and opportunities to respond.


This virtual learning PD is broken into 9 modules that are delivered synchronously over the course of 3 days. Time is built into the sessions for participants to develop classroom management tools to use with their own students, such as a classroom teaching matrix and a behavior acquisition lesson plan. In addition, pre-reading will be assigned in advance of each module to build participants' background knowledge and supplement the PD materials.


Completion of all modules and related activities is required for CTLE; no partial credit will be awarded.




• Learn the basic foundations of classroom management




• Explore and discover proactive strategies and practices to integrate into current classroom management approach




• Develop an action plan for implementation of the content learned




• Prerequisite (if any) Pre-reading will be assigned prior to each session


Participants must attend all modules and complete all activities in full in order to receive CTLE credit.

25. WRPC CRE-01 Fundamentals of Equity: Exploring Equity and Cultural Responsiveness

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Members of Educational Organizations to include administrators, teachers, pupil personnel staff, and other staff members

Dates: 1/29/2021

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This training is designed to build foundational understanding of equity and cultural responsiveness. Participants will establish a common vocabulary while beginning to interrogate their personal, professional, and institutional capacity within equity and cultural responsiveness. After attending this workshop, participants will be able to describe common terms from the NYS Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education framework coupled with distinguishing what culturally responsive practices are.

26. TC2020-51 Mental Health: Helping Students with Anxiety and Depression

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 2/1/2021

This course will improve your understanding and knowledge of anxiety and depression. We will dispel common myths about these disorders and learn how to identify risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems. Intended Audience: All educators CTLE hours: 10 Cost: $70 -- CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Intended Audience: All educators Dates: Feb. 1 - 12, 2021 Location: ONLINE* Instructor: Mark Hanes *The instructor will email a link to the course on or prior to the start date. You can work at your own pace until the deadline.

27. TC2020-54 Venturing Virtually - Spring

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All teachers

Dates: 2/1/2021

Participants in this workshop will be exposed to blended learning tools such as Edpuzzle, Pear Deck, Teacher Tube and many more. Participants will be able to create and use other digital content to begin to engage their students in remote or blended learning settings. CTLE hours: 15 Cost: $105 -- CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Intended Audience: All educators Dates: February 1 - March 15, 2021 Location: ONLINE* Instructor: Mykal Karl *The instructor will email a link to the course on or prior to the start date. You can work at your own pace until the deadline.

28. TC2020-7 Flipgrid: Engage Your Students with Video Discussion (Spring)

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All teachers

Dates: 2/1/2021

Are you looking for an easy way to communicate with your students via video without having to meet them at a certain time on Zoom or Google Meet? Are you looking for a way students can interact with each other through video in a safe environment that has many of the qualities of Snapchat and Instagram? Flipgird is a safe and engaging tool where instructors and teachers can create video based discussions. Instructors and students can post videos and others can comment through video replies. Users can also upload outside video content and create screencasts. CTLE Hours - 10 Cost - $70 - CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Dates: February 1 - 14, 2021 Instructor: Dr. Ron Kotlik, Clarence CSD The instructor will send a link to the course on the first day, and since it is an asynchronous course, you have until the end date to complete the learning on your own schedule.

29. WRPC BEH-12 Fundamentals of Explicit Instruction CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Literacy Specialists; Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers

Dates: 2/1/2021 to 2/15/2021

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How do you strive to increase student engagement in your classroom? Do you want effective, evidence-based strategies that increase engagement, decrease problem behavior and enhance academic performance? This asynchronous professional development course offers an understanding and application of the fundamentals of Explicit Instruction/Explicit Direct Instruction. It is designed for Pre-K through 12th grade educational professionals. The course consists of six sequential self-paced modules on the Schoology platform. Participants will explore instructional strategies and practice developing an Explicit Direct Instruction lesson plan. Objectives Participants will be able to: identify and name the core components of explicit instruction identify and name the elements of EDI describe what EDI practices look like in a classroom plan an EDI lesson using concepts and skills learned during this training Office Hours will be held on Zoom on February 11, 2021 from 3:00-4:00 PM. Please watch your email for a calendar invitation

30. Cleve Hill - Promising Practices in Remote Instruction - 2/1 - 2/12/2021

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Secondary Teachers - Cleve Hill

Dates: 2/1/2021

In this two-week asynchronous course hosted in Google Classroom, teachers will consider various best practices in remote instruction, including how to build community, maintain engagement, and meet the social/emotional needs of students in a virtual environment. Participants will be given opportunity to refine resources, share ideas with colleagues, and adapt strategies for use in their 2020-21 classroom. While the course is asynchronous (or self-paced), it will also include two optional (2) one-hour synchronous sessions (2/2- 2:45 p.m. and 2/8 -2:45 p.m.). The course is open to any secondary teacher in Cleve-Hill looking to enhance student engagement and overall participation this school year. This course is worth up to 5 CTLE credits. If participants complete the assignments in Google Classroom, they will earn 3 CTLE credits. If participants complete assignments and attend one or more of the Google Meets, they will earn up to 5 CTLE credits (one / hour).

31. Lynne's Error Testing - NOT Real

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/1/2021

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32. NW - Promising Practices - Remote Instruction (Final Offering)- K-12- 02/01 - 02/12 -

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 2/1/2021 to 2/11/2021

In this two-week asynchronous course hosted in Google Classroom, teachers will consider various best practices in remote instruction, including how to build community, maintain engagement, and meet the social/emotional needs of students in a virtual environment. Participants will be given opportunity to refine resources, share ideas with colleagues, and adapt strategies for use in their 2020-21 classroom. While the course is asynchronous (or self-paced), it will also include three optional (3) one-hour synchronous sessions (02/01- 8 a.m. OR 2:30 p.m.; `02/04 - 8 a.m. OR 2:30 p.m.; 2/11 -8 a.m. OR 2:30 p.m.). The course is open to any K-12 teacher in Niagara Wheatfield looking to enhance student engagement and overall participation this school year.This course is worth up to 6 CTLE credits. If participants complete all assignments, they will earn 3 CTLE credits. If participants complete all assignments and attend all Google Meets (3), they will earn 6 CTLE credits.

33. Data Warehouse Visualizations Training

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Dates: 2/1/2021

The WNYRIC Data Warehouse has interactive reports that present data in a visual way. In this training, you will learn how to access, navigate, and edit these reports for your district needs. Basic information on how to create your own visualizations will also be presented. This is an advanced user class and you must be familiar with navigation and the data that is collected through Level 1. Please note there are multiple sessions of this training. All sessions of Basic Navigation training are the same, you only need to register for one date. Link to webinar will be provided the day before class. Please email dataview@e1b.org with any questions.

34. TC2020-50 Google Classroom PLC, Spring 2021

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Teachers

Dates: 2/1/2021 to 3/1/2021

Participants in this synchronous online workshop will become skilled at using Google Classroom in remote or blended learning settings. The emphasis will be on creating positive relationships with and among students and using a variety of Google Apps to create engaging lessons. Teachers will be required to produce and share a series of lessons they develop in Google Classroom. CTLE Hours: 12 Cost: $84 -- CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Dates/Times: Online synchronous course: 2/1, 2/8, 2/22, and 3/1/2020. Google Meet from 3:30-6:30 PM. Location: Google Meet Instructor: Marc Hunt

35. WRPC BEH-14 Introduction to the Behavior Pathway CTLE # 32011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: District and School level teams, General and Special Education teachers, paraprofessionals, and parents.

Dates: 2/1/2021

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Participants will learn each of the components of the Behavior Pathway in order to guide thinking that leads to the understanding of the function of behavior to promote desired behavior.

Participants will be able to apply the Behavior Pathway to promote positive desired behavior.

36. WRPC SET - 44 Unit 5 IEP: Overview of a Transition IEP CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/2/2021

Objective:
Participants will explore the necessary connections in the transition IEP to the student's goals for after high school.

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

This event is a self-paced, online workshop that will need approximately 1.5 hours to complete. The learning requirements must be completed by midnight of this day. There is access to Office Hours to answer questions or clarify understanding.

37. IRT- 2/2- Marzano Best Practices Series: Nonlinguistic Representations in a Blended Learning Classroom (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: MS/HS

Dates: 2/2/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Marzano identified nine instructional strategies that were proven to increase student learning. This workshop will focus on the research about nonlinguistic Representations, and how we can implement this strategy with students using Google Apps and other resources.

38. ADM 21-19 Introduction to Effective Leadership

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: Invited Leadership Candidates

Dates: 2/2/2021 to 3/27/2021

Cancel By 1/27/21
Register By Invitation Only
7 Day Event
Overview: The 19 component school districts of Erie 1 BOCES, in collaboration with four local higher education institutions (UB, Buffalo State, Canisius, and St. Bonaventure), would like Superintendents to select an educator from their school district who demonstrates the potential for educational leadership, and who is not currently enrolled in a school leadership program, to join us for Cohort #4 of Introduction to Effective School Leadership.

Fellows will be given the opportunities of learning, collaborating, networking, and gaining insight to what it means to be a leader in today's schools.

Sessions will be facilitated by Erie 1 BOCES Superintendents.

Goals of the Program

• Identify and encourage educators who have demonstrated strong leadership qualities.

• Provide a learning experience with support and mentoring from established administrators.

Costs: Erie 1 Component Districts are covered through the Consortium.
$1,600 for Districts outside of Erie 1 BOCES.
Billing Code: 537.009.02 All billing will go through Erie 1 BOCES.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 1/27/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

Please see the Introduction to Effective Leadership Brochure for a list of all the dates/times/locations and the facilitators per event.

This course will be held face-to-face with appropriate social distancing rules. Please be aware this event can become virtual if deemed necessary due to Covid Regulations. Registrants will be notified in advance.

39. TC2020-27 Remote Learning: Best Practices - Spring, 2021

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/2/2021 to 3/2/2021

This course will explore how teachers can prepare learning experiences for their students in a distance learning model. Teachers will learn about ways, in which they can engage student learning and parent involvement. Participants will learn relevant pedagogy for polysynchronous learning, as well as use relevant tools to facilitate learning.Participants will learn opportunities for direct instruction, ways to communicate with parents and students, and ways for students to create content. Hybrid online course. 30 minute live video meetings will be held at 7:30pm on 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, and 3/2. Except for the five short live video meetings, participants can work on their own schedule between 2/2 and 3/2, 2020 (15 CTLE hours) CTLE Hours - 15 Cost - $105 - CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Dates: Hybrid online course. 30 minute live video meetings will be held at 7:30pm on 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, and 3/2. Except for the four short live video meetings, participants can work on their own schedule between 2/2 and 3?2, 2020 (15 CTLE hours) Instructor: Gregory Conley, Instructional Technology Coach, Buffalo Public Schools

40. TC2020-56 Cultivating Kindness in the Classroom

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 2/3/2021

During this 12 hour workshop we will explore what it means to cultivate kindness. Being kind to yourself, kindness in the home, your classroom and community. We often hear about random acts of kindness toward strangers; but some of the most meaningful acts of kindness are non-random: listening to a friend who needs support, putting a note in your child's lunchbox, having a classroom that strives to be kind and supportive to others and then taking into our communities. The goal of this class is to bring more optimism, better relationships, better health, and more life satisfaction to everyone around you. Intended Audience: All educators CTLE hours: 10 Cost: $70 -- CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Intended Audience: All educators Dates: Feb 3 - 17, 2021 Location: ONLINE* Instructor: Kathy Halter *The instructor will email a link to the course on or prior to the start date. You can work at your own pace until the deadline.

41. TCIS Certification: Kenton "a la carte" - Day 5 of 5

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Kenton Faculty and Staff

Dates: 2/3/2021

New
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Schools: This training will cover proactive techniques to support safe school environments for both youth and staff. We will cover foundational knowledge such as the stress model of crisis, signs of pain-based behavior, an understanding of how trauma affects the brain, de-escalation techniques, and how and when to safely apply physical interventions. We will focus on reflective inquiry and self-awareness, asking questions such as "How does our behavior affect the potential response of our students?"

42. ADM 21-11 VIRTUAL Perceptions Data: Vital Data for School Improvement

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 2/3/2021

Administrators only
Registration ends 1/29/2021
Cancel By 2/1/2021
As Educators, we make a lot of assumptions about what we think students, staff, and community members value and perceive. Perceptions data can assess school culture and processes, as well as provide opportunities to analyze changes happening within a learning environment. This workshop will emphasize what perceptions data are, why they are important, and how to administer and to analyze the results.

CSDs in Admin Base: $85 pp. NOT in Base: $125 pp. Charters are: $138 pp. Elvie Mertz will track all attendance. E1B billing will reflect the pricing.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/1/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

If you need help with registration, please refer to this support document for registration instructions.

This event is VIRTUAL. A link will be sent to the registered participants before the event starts.

43. IRT- 2/3- Marzano Best Practices Series: Nonlinguistic Representations in a Blended Learning Classroom (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: MS/HS

Dates: 2/3/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Marzano identified nine instructional strategies that were proven to increase student learning. This workshop will focus on the research about nonlinguistic Representations, and how we can implement this strategy with students using Google Apps and other resources.

44. WRPC SET -57 Guidance on Participation in the NYS Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Dates: 2/3/2021

New
Under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the federal government has identified that participation in the alternate assessment cannot exceed 1.0% of all tested students in a given subject. This training provides information and decision-making tools to use when making appropriate considerations of student participation in the NYSAA.
Objectives
Districts will receive appropriate guidance on who should be participating in the NYSAA consistent with New York State's guidelines.
Define students with the most significant disabilities.
Participants will identify parent conversation points regarding the impact of participation in the NYSAA and review parent notification requirements.
Remote-meeting link will be sent to those who register

45. WRPC BEH-07 FBA/BIP Toolkit CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: School Psychologists, CPSE/CSE Chairs, Principals

Dates: 2/3/2021

New
This half-day session provides an overview of the seven-steps essential to the Functional Behavior Assessment/Behavior Intervention Plan process. Attending this session will promote alignment between district practices and NYSED Part 200 regulation. To promote alignment between district practices and NYSED Part 200 regulations.

46. CSLO Dunkirk - Movie Making with Google

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: K-12 Teachers in Dunkirk CSD

Dates: 2/3/2021

How can you harness the power of Google to transform your lessons? Check out how to use Screencastify to enhance your lessons. We will discuss additional ways to integrate Screencastify videos with Google-based applications.

47. Inventorying Paper Records

Program: WNYRIC Electronic Document Management

Dates: 2/3/2021

Attend a virtual meeting with NYS Archives officer Sarah Durling: she will be discussing how to Inventory Your Paper Records. With remote learning and remote work becoming part of our mainstream life, It may be a good idea to get your paper records in order. They must be purged of unnecessary pages and in logical order as you may be thinking about saving them electronically sometime in the future.

48. Records Management: Inventorying Your Paper 2/3/21

Program: WNYRIC Electronic Document Management

Dates: 2/3/2021

New
To have an efficient and functional records management program it is critical for governments to maintain an up-to-date inventory of their records. This training introduces participants to the planning, implementation, and analysis of a records inventory for paper records.

49. CSLO #196- More than Just Presentations - Advanced Slides Templates (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: K-12 faculty

Dates: 2/3/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Google Slides can be used for more than just creating presentations. This session will show you where to find free high-quality slides templates and how to make them your own. Time will be given for exploration and creation.

50. WRPC SET -56 Guidance on Participation in the NYS Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Dates: 2/3/2021

New
Under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the federal government has identified that participation in the alternate assessment cannot exceed 1.0% of all tested students in a given subject. This training provides information and decision-making tools to use when making appropriate considerations of student participation in the NYSAA.
Objectives
Districts will receive appropriate guidance on who should be participating in the NYSAA consistent with New York State's guidelines.
Define students with the most significant disabilities.
Participants will identify parent conversation points regarding the impact of participation in the NYSAA and review parent notification requirements.
Remote-meeting link will be sent to those who register

51. WRPC SET - 51 Unit 4 IEP: Special Factors CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/4/2021

Objective:
The participant will determine the need for special factors related to a student's required supports.

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

This event is a self-paced, online workshop that will need approximately 1 hour to complete. The learning requirements must be completed by midnight of this day. There is access to Office Hours to answer questions or clarify understanding.

52. WRPC SET - 45 Unit 6 IEP: Goal Writing CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/4/2021

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. Connect skill needs to goals
2. Prioritize goals
3. Write and analyze annual goals

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

53. WRPC LIT-11 Fundamentals of Explicit Instruction

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Literacy Specialists; Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers

Dates: 2/8/2021 to 2/22/2021

New
How do you strive to increase student engagement in your classroom? Do you want effective, evidence-based strategies that increase engagement, decrease problem behavior and enhance academic performance? This asynchronous professional development course offers an understanding and application of the fundamentals of Explicit Instruction/Explicit Direct Instruction. It is designed for Pre-K through 12th grade educational professionals. The course consists of six sequential self-paced modules on the Schoology platform. Participants will explore instructional strategies and practice developing an Explicit Direct Instruction lesson plan. Participants will be able to: identify and name the core components of explicit instruction identify and name the elements of EDI describe what EDI practices look like in a classroom plan an EDI lesson using concepts and skills learned during this training Items to bring Access to internet and a device Office Hours will be held on Zoom on February 19, 2021 from 3:00-4:00 PM. Please watch your email for a calendar invitation.

54. IRT 904 ONLINE DASA Training - 5 days to complete

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Anyone needing DASA Certification: Facilitator Stephanie Baxter

Dates: 2/8/2021

E1B Title IIA Not Covered
Registration ends 2/3/21
Cancel By 2/4/21
All participants must be registered BEFORE the course begins. Courses will begin at 12 AM on Monday and end at 5PM on Friday.

A Link from the WNYRIC Online Academy for Desire 2 Learn will be emailed to you by the coordinator before the event starts. You have 5 days to complete the online training. All work must be completed and submitted before 5 pm on Friday.

Erie 1 BOCES Title II A is Not Covered!

Costs: $60 per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Charters: $66 per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/4/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be by Email to emertz@e1b.org (Elvie Mertz). Phone Calls are not accepted.

After your course is completed, your information will be uploaded to your TEACH account upon payment confirmation.
Please check with your school Administrator to see if your School District will be paying before sending a check or money order. Checks can be made out to Erie 1 BOCES and mailed to: Att: Dawn Novak, Erie 1 BOCES, 355 Harlem Road, West Seneca, NY 14224. Please mark in the memo section that it is for DASA & the dates of the event.

For any questions, please email Elvie Mertz at emertz@e1b.org or call the office at 716-821-7221, Monday - Friday from 8 am to 4 pm..

Please refer to this support document for registration instructions.

55. IRT 912D Science Teacher Consortium for Grade 8 Living Environment, Earth & Space Science - DAY 3 of 4 VIRTUAL

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Grades 8 Science Teachers: Living Environment, Earth & Space Science

Dates: 2/8/2021

Chose all 4 days or Al-la-Carte
Registration ends 2/3/2021
Cancel By 2/5/2021
This is day 3 of 4. Participants may attend Al-la-Carte at a higher cost: IRT 912B ON 10/20/20; IRT 912C ON 12/17/20; IRT 912D ON 2/8/21 or IRT 912E ON 4/30/21. Please register separately for the Al-la-Carte events. IRT 912A is a 4-day event which gives you a discount.

Teachers of science, grade 8 Living Environment, Earth & Space Science will gather to share and build materials aligned to the New York State Science Learning Standards. Teachers should bring materials that they are currently using and be prepared to share with the group. Agendas will be built on the spot to accommodate the needs of the instructors in person.

IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02 For the Al-la-Carte individual days the costs is $165 per participant per day. For Charters $182 per participant per day.

For IRT 912A (All 4 days) the Costs are $600 per participant. Charters are $660 per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/5/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

E1B Title IIA Consortium is Covered.

The first 2 of 4 events will be a Web Ex: This event is held online. Registered participants will be emailed the link before the event starts. The last 2 events are TBD depending on the social distancing requirements.

56. IRT- Re-imagining the English Classroom - Writing Workshop Focus (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: 6-12 English Teachers

Dates: 2/8/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Participants will unpack and reflect on excerpts from the Gallagher and Kittle work 180 Days, focusing specifically on what writing workshop could look like at the secondary level. Ideas for a writer's notebook - including various writing prompts and related resources - will be shared.

57. RBERN - ELL/Bilingual Ed Focus Group Series - CTLE#23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: All teachers of ELL students

Dates: 2/8/2021

This monthly series is an opportunity to learn, network, and share experiences common to teachers of English Language Learners.

58. RBERN- ELL/Bilingual Ed Focus Group Series - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: All teachers

Dates: 2/8/2021

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59. WRPC SET - 52 Unit 5 IEP: Overview of a Transition IEP CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/9/2021

Objective:
Participants will explore the necessary connections in the transition IEP to the student's goals for after high school.

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

This event is a self-paced, online workshop that will need approximately 1.5 hours to complete. The learning requirements must be completed by midnight of this day. There is access to Office Hours to answer questions or clarify understanding.

60. Data Warehouse Basic Navigation Training

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Dates: 2/9/2021

You have access to the Data Warehouse reports provided by WNYRIC, but do you know how to access them? This webinar will provide basic navigation training and show participants where to find and run the reports available to all users. This training is designed for novice users of the data warehouse, or users who need a refresher. Please note there are multiple sessions of this training. All sessions of Basic Navigation training are the same, you only need to register for one date. Link to webinar will be provided the day before class. Please email dataview@e1b.org with any questions.

61. RBERN - NYSITELL - CTLE#23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: All teachers of ELL students

Dates: 2/9/2021

In this hybrid course, you will learn everything you need to know to successfully administer the NYSITELL from intake, to testing, to placement. In this course, you will learn everything you need to know to successfully administer the NYSITELL from intake, to testing, to placement. This course will take approximately 3 hours. Course work of the Pear Deck Presentation and Quiz must be completed prior to the Zoom Q&A session.

Participants will:

1.Read, listen to, and take notes on the Pear Deck presentation. Most of the presentation is material that you will read on your own. However, throughout the presentation there are sound files that you will want to listen to for more information or for a guide of the page. There will also be questions to answer throughout. These questions are simply meant to keep you engaged and will not be graded. To access the Pear Deck presentation copy the link, https://app.peardeck.com/student/tycevpztz

2.Take an online assessment to demonstrate your knowledge of the NYSITELL. You may use any notes that you have taken as well as go back to the presentation to find the answers. There are a total of 30 questions.

3.Participate in a live Zoom Q&A session on you registered date. The zoom link will be shared the day before the session.

4.Receive 3 hours of CTLE credit. A score of 85% or above (or 26 correct out of 30questions) will earn you CTLE credit. If you score below 85%, you will have the opportunity to re-take the quiz.

To access the Pear Deck presentation and get started please copy the link, https://app.peardeck.com/student/tycevpztz

62. WRPC SET - 46 Unit 7 IEP: Accommodations and Programs CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/9/2021

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. connect barriers of the disability to accommodations and services
2. specify Programs and Services delivery methods

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

63. WNYRIC Online Academy: Using Google Drawings or Slides to Create Interactive Whiteboard Activities (Google Webinar Series)

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers with Google Accounts

Dates: 2/10/2021

Live Online Session 2 10 21
Recording Available Until 6 30 21
Worth 2 PD Hours
This webinar will cover strategies for creating Interactive White Board/Interactive Panel activities ... no software installation needed! All you will need is a Google account and an Internet connection, and these activities can be conducted as whole class, small group, or individual learning experiences. This webinar can be viewed live on 2/10/21, or as a recording after the fact. Participants will receive credit upon successful completion of the webinar quiz and project.

This course is equivalent to 2 PD Hours.

64. Dunkirk - Ed Tech Resources for PE & Health

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: K-12 PE and Health Teachers

Dates: 2/10/2021

Physical Education and Health teachers will explore how to incorporate technology in PE and Health classrooms, as well as, various ways to assess students performance.

65. Technology in the Art World - DUNKIRK CSD

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: K-12 Art Teachers

Dates: 2/10/2021

This class will focus on digital options for the K-12 art teacher. Teachers will explore how to increase student creativity in this remote age of instruction. Changing your assessment dynamic will also be explored.

66. IRT- 2/10- Marzano Best Practices Series: Summarizing and Note Taking in a Blended Learning Classroom (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: MS/HS Teachers

Dates: 2/10/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Marzano identified nine instructional strategies that were proven to increase student learning. This workshop will focus on the research about Summarizing and Note Taking, and how we can implement this strategy with students using Google Apps and other resources.

67. IRT- Virtual Ensemble Design (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 Music Teachers

Dates: 2/10/2021

Teachers will learn how to create a virtual choir using WeVideo.

68. RBERN - Multilingual Matters Book Club - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: All teachers of ELLs

Dates: 2/10/2021

A monthly virtual educator book club to discuss rich topics related to immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. February's book is Chance: Escape from the Holocaust: Memories of a Refugee Childhood by Uri Shulevitz.

From a beloved voice in children's literature comes this landmark memoir of hope amid harrowing times and an engaging and unusual Holocaust story.

Uri Shulevitz, one of FSG BYR's most acclaimed picture-book creators, details the eight-year odyssey of how he and his Jewish family escaped the terrors of the Nazis by fleeing Warsaw for the Soviet Union in Chance.

It was during those years, with threats at every turn, that the young Uri experienced his awakening as an artist, an experience that played a key role during this difficult time. By turns dreamlike and nightmarish, this heavily illustrated account of determination, courage, family loyalty, and the luck of coincidence is a true publishing event.

69. WRPC SET - 47 Unit 8 IEP: Areas of Participation CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/11/2021

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. outline the difference between general assessments and the NYSAA
2. deepen awareness of LRE
3. review the recommendations for special transportation and placement

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

This event is a self-paced, online workshop that will need approximately 1 hour to complete. The learning requirements must be completed by midnight of this day. There is access to Office Hours to answer questions or clarify understanding.

70. IRT# 822C Grades 6-8 ELA Teacher's Consortium - 2/11/21: Day 2 of 3 - Virtual event

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: 6-8 ELA Teachers

Dates: 2/11/2021

Registration ends 2/8/21
Cancel By 2/9/21
Choose all 3 days or Ala Cart
YES E1B NON-PUBS Title IIA is covered
IRT# 822C: Ala Cart Day 2 of 3. Should you want all 3 days, please go to IRT# 822A

As a member of this consortium, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with other middle school English teachers on topics relevant to ELA in grades 6-8. A cohort of teachers will meet 3 times over the course of the 2020-2021 school year to share strategies that support best practices. The BOCES Coordinator will set an initial agenda but the cohort will set subsequent agendas and the groups' needs and interests will shape the meetings content. Teachers should be ready to share their expertise and experiences and be open to adding to their capacities as a middle school English teacher.

Costs: $165/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $182/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/9/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Fax or Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

71. FastBridge User Group- Day 3 of 4

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Dates: 2/11/2021

This is Session 3 of the FastBridge User Group. Focus will be on accessing and interpreting benchmark reports, PM reports, or other topics TBD. NOTE: This session will be conducted virtually, and a link will be sent out to join after enrollment.

72. Data Warehouse Instructional Reports Training

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Dates: 2/11/2021

This training will cover an in-depth overview of the Instructional reports that are available in our Level 1 Data Warehouse. We will review the purpose and use of frequently used reports that are helpful in the data driven instruction process. All parts of the Instructional folder will be reviewed. Please note there are multiple sessions of this training. All sessions of Basic Navigation training are the same, you only need to register for one date. Link to webinar will be provided the day before class. Please email dataview@e1b.org with any questions.

73. CSLO #197- Creating Multimedia Text Sets with Google Doc and Slides (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: MS/HS teachers & upper elementary teachers

Dates: 2/11/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Multimedia Text Sets incorporate print/text, images, video and more that are interconnected on a theme to support deeper understandings and multiple perspectives of essential content and concepts. This workshop will provide instruction on how to create a set and provide resources and time to create your own for your students.

74. IRT 946C Virtual Event: Building Civic Engagement Through Literacy: An Author/Illustrator Webinar Series for Educators 2 of 3 days

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Dates: 2/11/2021

E1B Title IIA Not Covered
Registration ends 2/8/21
Cancel By 2/9/2021
You are currently registering for IRT 946C as an Al-la-Carte event. All events held Virtual on Zoom.

Please note that IRT 946A is a 3 day event for $100 pp with a Free Bonus Book How to Argue with a Racist by Adam Rutherford.
Al-la-Carte 946B; 946C or 946D at $40 pp per session and does NOT have the free bonus book.

Build your students' civic education with these authentic literacy resources. This webinar series features award-winning authors and illustrators whose work explores struggles and triumphs from slavery to the ongoing movement for civil rights. Engage your students everyday with these resources to strengthen their empathy and education with positive antiracist actions and activities.

An evening with award winning author Charles R. Smith Jr., and illustrator Floyd Cooper. Brick by Brick, will inform our discussion on the importance of providing an accurate picture of slavery. Time will also be spent discussing Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre, also illustrated by Cooper. Each attendee will receive a copy of both books with an electronic teacher resource page will be provided. This event will be moderated by Sue Bartle, board member of the Academy for Human Rights.

Billing Code: 535.009.02 CSDs $40 pp. Charters $44 pp. Cancellations are required by 2/9/21 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. Cancellations must be in writing by email. E1B Title IIA is Not Covered

75. TC2020-9 Book Study: Childred with PTSD - Spring

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 2/12/2021

This course offers a place to learn about students with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). You will be required to read each chapter and/or view a short video online. Each question will require you to thoughtfully reflect on the information provided. You will need a computer to complete this course of study. The book is available to the library if you do not wish to purchase it. Book: Childhood Disrupted by Donna-Jackson-Nakazawa ISBN: 9781476748368 This ISBN is for paperback ONLY, they are welcome to do audible and I will supply the excerpts for Q & A! CTLE Hours - 10 Cost - $70 - CTLE credits will not be provided until the course is paid in full. Please mail a check or money order to the Western NY Teacher Center, Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224. Please cancel no later than 24 hours before the course to receive a refund. Dates: Feb. 12 - March 7, 2021 Location: Online - The instructor will send you an email link to the course on the first day. You can work on it at your own convenience until midnight, March 7, 2021. Instructor: Erin Richeal - Erie 1 BOCES Exceptional Ed. Teacher

76. WRPC SET - 53 Unit 6 IEP: Goal Writing CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/12/2021

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. Connect skill needs to goals
2. Prioritize goals
3. Write and analyze annual goals

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

77. Kami - MEDINA only

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/12/2021

New
In this session, teachers will explore the tools available in Kami and begin brainstorming ways in which to successfully use this robust platform.

78. AimswebPlus User Group

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: Teachers using AimswebPlus

Dates: 2/12/2021

New
The morning session will focus on remote assessment how-to and progress monitoring. The afternoon session will address using graphs and data. Participants may attend either or both of the sessions. The meeting link is the same for both.

79. Remind: Review and Q&A Session - MEDINA only

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/12/2021

New
Need a refresher on how to use Remind? This is the session for you! Come with questions, ideas, and suggestions!

80. Concurrent Teaching Strategies - MEDINA only

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/12/2021

New
This training will focus on strategies and teaching models for the concurrent classroom. Teachers will learn about the Flip Flop and Station Rotation model and be given time to plan and discuss ways to implement them into their classroom.

81. Medina CSD - Google Forms & Quizzes

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 Teachers in Medina CSD

Dates: 2/12/2021

New
Learn how to use Google Forms to build surveys, measure student success, administer quizzes, and more.

82. WRPC LIT-10 National Reading Panel Report

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Literacy Specialists; Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers

Dates: 2/15/2021 to 3/1/2021

New
This self-paced asynchronous course focuses on the National Reading Panel Report, which is an evidence-based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implications for reading instruction. Participants will explore high quality, evidence-based strategies for instruction. Participants will be able to: identify and describe the five pillars of reading. understand the relative contributions each component makes to overall reading behavior.  gain an understanding of assessment in each skill area and how this information can be used to identify which students need intervention. to identify and describe intervention strategies for each of the five areas of reading. Items to bring Access to internet and a device

83. WRPC SET - 54 Unit 7 IEP: Accommodations and Programs CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/17/2021

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. connect barriers of the disability to accommodations and services
2. specify Programs and Services delivery methods

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

84. CSLO Dunkirk Tech Savvy Teacher Beginner

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/17/2021

This Session is ideal for educators interested in safely navigating the internet and social media.

85. IXL for Beginners - Dunkirk Middle School

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Dunkirk Middle School Teachers

Dates: 2/17/2021

New
This session will showcase the IXL platform with a focus on data review and program implementation.

86. CSLO Dunkirk Tech Savvy Teacher Intermediate

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/17/2021

This Session will showcase ways teachers can engage their students in unique ways from Blogs to other creative building tools

87. Humminbird Robotics

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/17/2021

New
This session will introduce teachers to the district owned Hummingbird Robotics kits. Items to be covered are assembly of the kits, coding the Hummingbirds, and projects that use the Hummingbird kits integrated into the curriculum.

88. Data Warehouse Verification Reports Training

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Dates: 2/17/2021

This training will cover an in-depth overview of the Verification reports that are available in our Level 1 Data Warehouse. We will review the purpose and use of frequently used reports that are helpful in the data verification process. All parts of the Verification folder will be reviewed. Please note there are multiple sessions of this training. All sessions of Basic Navigation training are the same, you only need to register for one date. Link to webinar will be provided the day before class. Please email dataview@e1b.org with any questions.

89. IXL Q&A Session - Dunkirk High School

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 2/17/2021

New
Have a question about IXL? Join me for this question-and-answer session!

90. WRPC SET - 55 Unit 8 IEP: Areas of Participation CTLE# 23011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education teachers, General Education teachers, Related Service Providers

Dates: 2/19/2021

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. outline the difference between general assessments and the NYSAA
2. deepen awareness of LRE
3. review the recommendations for special transportation and placement

This event is part of an 8-unit series in the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each unit reinforces and expands understanding in order to develop a quality IEP and includes required activities for completion. The topics have been scheduled with the challenges of today's restrictions for staffing availability in mind.

The learning will impact:
1-Systems (improved CPSE/CSE Process)
2-Practices (developing an IEP)
3-Outcomes (implementation of a quality IEP with effective SDI resulting in positive outcomes for students and effective collaboration among teaching staff)

This event is a self-paced, online workshop that will need approximately 1 hour to complete. The learning requirements must be completed by midnight of this day. There is access to Office Hours to answer questions or clarify understanding.

91. IRT 897 ONLINE NYS Training in the Needs of Children with Autism - 3 Hour ONLINE Course

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Special Education Teachers K-12, Special Education Administrators, General Education Teachers, Building Administrators, Counselors and Support Staff

Dates: 2/22/2021 to 2/24/2021

Title IIA NOT covered
Registration ends 2/16/21
Cancel By 2/17/21
In response to the growing number of children being diagnosed with autism, the Legislature amended Sections 3004(4) and (5) of the Education Law to require all persons applying for a teaching certificate or license on or after September 2, 2009, as a special education teacher or as a school administrator who works in special education, to complete course work or training in the needs of children with autism. Special education teachers include those with certification titles in special education, students with disabilities, teaching students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, teaching students who are blind or visually impaired, and teaching students with speech and language disabilities. Certified school administrators or supervisors assigned on or after September 2, 2009 to serve as special education administrators must complete training in the needs of autistic children as soon as practical after their assignment. This course will meet the needs of both special education teachers and administrators. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will complete a certification of completion application that they can submit to the NYS Education Department along with other relevant forms when they apply for certification. This course will also provide important information for general education teachers and building administrators who interact with students who have autism or other autism spectrum disorders.

Costs: $85/per participant. IRT Billing Code:535.009.02

Charters: $94/per participant. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/17/21 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be by Email to emertz@e1b.org. Phone Calls are not accepted.

Make checks out to Erie 1 BOCES and mailed to: Att: Dawn Novak, Erie 1 BOCES, 355 Harlem Road, West Seneca, NY 14224

Title II A not covered.

92. NW - Remote Instruction "201"- Extending the Learning

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Teachers (K-12)

Dates: 2/22/2021

In this fully asynchronous (completely self-paced) course, participants will explore various apps and extensions to build student engagement in the virtual classroom. The professional development will be housed in the Google Classroom platform and will run over the course of two weeks (02/22 - 03/05). A link or invitation to the Google Classroom will be emailed to the participants prior to 2/22.

93. IRT 942 Directing for Digital Theatre

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: K-12 Theatre Educators & Advisors, Coordinator Daniel Lynch

Dates: 2/22/2021 to 2/23/2021

E1B Title IIA Consortium is NOT Covered
Registration ends Feb 15, 21
Cancel By 2/16/2021
We know what we know, but how do we do what we know in this new format? Whether you are an experienced director and theatre educator or just starting out, these four sessions will look at the fundamentals of directing and performance and how they can be executed in a digital "theatre”. Shea's Arts Engagement and Education Department will be facilitating.

Workshop 1: Digital Storytelling (February 22, 2021; 3:00-4:30 PM)
What are the essentials in a zoom performance? What are the benefits and the handicaps of creating in this format?
What do we already know about creating a show? Where are their equivalencies in the digital world and where do we need to create new words and ideas?
Foundational principles of visual storytelling: composition, color, framework, movement, etc.

Workshop 2: World Building (February 22, 2021; 4:30-6:00 PM)
Ensemble building activities.
Explore found space principles for building the world and characters.

Workshop 3: Character Building (February 23, 2021; 3:00-4:30 PM)
Scene work practice.
Acting exercises.
Feedback on found space activity.

Workshop 4: Presentation (February 23, 2021; 4:30-6:00 PM)
Content sharing and feedback.
Discussing warm and cool feedback techniques on Zoom.
Troubleshooting tricks and tips.

Participants will gain better understanding of how to analyze a script for a digital platform and how to work with students on creating effective performances.



IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02. Costs per participant: CSDs $165; Charters $182. This cost includes the 10% Charter processing fee. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations are required by 2/16/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. Cancellations must be in writing by email. Phone Calls are not accepted.
Erie 1 BOCES Title IIA Consortium is NOT covered.

94. ORLEANS NIAGARA BOCES ONLY: ONLINE NYS Training in the Needs of Children with Autism - 3 Hours VIRTUAL 2-23-21

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Special Education Teachers K-12, Special Education Administrators, General Education Teachers, Building Administrators, Counselors and Support Staff

Dates: 2/23/2021 to 2/25/2021

Title IIA NOT covered
Registration ends 2/18/21
Cancel By 2/19/21
This event is for ON Staff only. For any questions, please contact Mike Fisher at mlfisher@onboces.org

In response to the growing number of children being diagnosed with autism, the Legislature amended Sections 3004(4) and (5) of the Education Law to require all persons applying for a teaching certificate or license on or after September 2, 2009, as a special education teacher or as a school administrator who works in special education, to complete course work or training in the needs of children with autism. Special education teachers include those with certification titles in special education, students with disabilities, teaching students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, teaching students who are blind or visually impaired, and teaching students with speech and language disabilities. Certified school administrators or supervisors assigned on or after September 2, 2009 to serve as special education administrators must complete training in the needs of autistic children as soon as practical after their assignment. This course will meet the needs of both special education teachers and administrators. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will complete a certification of completion application that they can submit to the NYS Education Department along with other relevant forms when they apply for certification. This course will also provide important information for general education teachers and building administrators who interact with students who have autism or other autism spectrum disorders.

ON BOCES will be paying for this event, there is no costs to ON BOCES staff.

95. ADM 21-18 AM Virtual - Formative Assessment and Feedback for Administrators

Program: Instructional Leadership

Audience: Administrators

Dates: 2/23/2021

Title II A is NOT covered
Registration ends 2/18/21
Cancel by 2/19/21
This event is Virtual and will be held in the AM. Web Ex: This event is held online. Registered participants will be emailed the link before the event starts.

A recent ASCD article posed the following question: "Is the purpose of K-12 Education to help students learn or sort, rank and label them?” The goal of this workshop would be to help guide administrators on promoting the use of formative assessments and feedback to move students towards mastery.

ADM Billing code: 537.009.02 CSDs in Admin Base: $85 pp. NOT in Base: $125 pp. Charters are: $138pp. Elvie Mertz will track all attendance. E1B billing will reflect the pricing.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 2/18/2021 by 9 am. Failure to do so will result in your district being charged for the event. All cancellations must be in writing, by Email. Phone Calls are not accepted.

If your school is not part of Erie 1 BOCES and belongs to a different BOCES, it is important for you to please speak to your school administrator regarding supplying Erie 1 BOCES with a cross contract for your school district to be billed for your attendance.

If you need help with registration, please refer to this support document for registration instructions.

E1B Title IIA Consortium is NOT Covered

96. E1B Teachers: The Framework for Remote Teaching

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Erie 1 BOCES Teachers

Dates: 2/23/2021

New
This *interactive* and personalized approach to the Framework for Remote Teaching will allow teachers to create their own pathway to learn more about knowing and valuing students, building responsive learning environments, and engaging students in learning.

97. IRT- Notetaking and Organizing for Remote Learning in a Blended Learning Classroom (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/23/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Google Keep is an often-overlooked notetaking tool for Google. Available as an Extension, Chrome App, and Mobile App, it allows you to take notes, capture parts of web pages, create and share lists, and organize your notes in a variety of ways.

98. WNYRIC Online Academy: Next Generation Math Standards - Building Capacity Through Technology

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/24/2021

Class Opens 2 24 21
Class Ends 3 17 21
Worth 3 PD Hours
This course will discuss some of the updates to the NYS (aka Next Generation) Math Standards, and offer a framework for sharing these with students. We will also explore technology tools to support various strategies in Math instruction.

NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 2/24/21 - 3/17/21. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 3 PD Hours.

99. WNYRIC Online Academy: Resources to Support NYSLSA - A Framework for the Arts

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/24/2021

Class Opens 2 24 21
Class Ends 3 24 21
Worth 4 PD Hours
This course will explore the conceptual shifts of the updated New York State Arts Standards, which are largely influenced by the National Core Arts Standards Frameworks. Technology resources to support the Anchor Standards will also be presented. The course is equivalent to 4 PD hours.

NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 2/24/21 - 3/24/21. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 4 PD Hours.

100. WRPC TRAN-01 Improving Secondary Transition Services: Indicator 13 CTLE# 32011

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Dunkirk Middle School and High School Special Education Teachers

Dates: 2/24/2021

New
This workshop provides an introduction to the requirements of transition planning in the IEP as required by state and federal regulation and monitored through the state performance plan Indicator 13 self-review. The workshop includes self-paced Schoology modules in addition to a virtual overview and Q&A session. Participants will receive a Zoom invite shortly after registering. CTLE credit will be awarded to those who participate in both the Schoology modules and online Q & A session.


Objectives


Participants will: 


  Understand the transition planning process to improve students' postsecondary outcomes


Identify required components within Indicator 13


Implement effective practices to support the development of measurable postsecondary goals


Develop IEPs compliant with Indicator 13 self-review protocol 

101. IRT- Instructional Design and Engagement from a Distance (WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY)

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 2/24/2021

WILLIAMSVILLE CSD ONLY
Using high-impact instructional strategies to impact student learning, teachers will examine tasks that move students from "doing” to "driving.”