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1. Amherst MS Amplify Website Introduction & Remote Teaching Practices

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Teachers of science in middle school

Dates: 8/5/2020

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The original description of this workshop was limited to the Amplify Website. We will have enough time to be able to address Remote Instruction as well.

2. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/5/2020

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This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

3. CSLO #108B- Consortium- Introduction to Office 365

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/5/2020

3 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 3 separate sessions of this event. All 3 are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Participants will be introduced to the various apps that are part of Office 365. A brief explanation of the many apps that make up Office 365 as well as suggestions on which apps are most practical for educators. If time permits, we will also show the Microsoft Educator Community that offers on demand professional development courses for educators on many different Office 365 instructional topics. (Scordo)

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

4. WRPC SDI-08 Fundamentals of Specially Designed Instruction Online Workshop

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Administrators

Dates: 8/5/2020 to 8/10/2020

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Fundamentals of Specially Designed Instruction, this one-day training teaches the basic fundamentals of specially designed instruction (SDI) required by Federal and State regulations for students receiving special education services. Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to:
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•Define Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)


•Describe and understand Federal and New York State regulatory guidelines for SDI


•Differentiate SDI from general education instruction


•Identify what elements of instruction may be adapted in SDI


•Identify and describe the differences between SDI accommodations and modifications


•Develop SDI based upon individual student needs using concepts and skills learned during this training
This session is for administrators of ELL programs to examine the 2019 data for English language learners in WNY and will provide an overview of NYS initiatives and guidance as we prepare for the new school year under the continuing concerns related to the COVID-19 crisis.

Three dates - Choose ONE sessions
August 5th
August 6th
August 12th

6. PowerTeacher Pro (Gradebook) WebEx

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Audience: Classroom Teachers

Dates: 8/5/2020

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Virtual Training in PowerTeacher Pro

7. CSLO #109B- Consortium- Introduction to OneDrive

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/5/2020

3 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 3 separate sessions of this event. All 3 are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Participants will be introduced to cloud storage in OneDrive and the online apps for Word and PowerPoint. Attention will be given to uploading existing files into OneDrive and how "syncing" works. Users will also learn how to share OneDrive files with other people for collaboration or viewing only. (Scordo)

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

8. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/5/2020

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This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

9. NYSED SIRS End Of Year Data Review

Program: Data Collection and Reporting

Audience: District Data Coordinators and others involved with NYSED Data Collection

Dates: 8/5/2020

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This session will utilize the NYSED EOY Grid to walk participants through how to do an End Of Year data review for 2019-2020.

10. RBERN - Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: K-12 Teachers of ELLs and Administrators of ELLs

Dates: 8/5/2020

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In this session, we will explore how to build a safe, supportive school environment that helps all students learn and thrive.

We will delve into the text "Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools"½ by Jen Alexander, which describes the impact of trauma on a child's development, attachment, and behavior, and strategies for developing a trauma-sensitive learning environment in order to better support our students after the COVID-19 pandemic.

11. CSLO #110B- Consortium- Introduction to Teams in Office 365

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/5/2020

3 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 3 separate sessions of this event. All 3 are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

This session will go over the different areas of the Microsoft Teams application and is intended for beginning Microsoft Teams users. Participants will see the 4 types of teams (Class, Staff, Professional Learning Community, and General). They will learn how to create a team and how to navigate the Teams dashboard. (Lepore)

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

12. 8/6/2020 - Starpoint - Remind

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/6/2020

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Remind is a communication platform that helps educators reach students and parents where they are. Messages are sent in real time to an entire class, a small group, or just a single person. With Remind, you can send text messages straight to any phone, including flip phones. To reach every family, translate your messages into more than 90 languages before you send.

13. Amherst MS Amplify Blended Learning Models and Planning for Amplify

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Teachers of science in middle school

Dates: 8/6/2020

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Blended learning models will be introduced intended for use while planning with Amplify materials.

14. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/6/2020

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This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

15. CSLO #127A- Consortium- Video Creation (in Teams and PowerPoint) for Microsoft Stream

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/6/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Participants will learn how to create videos using two different Office 365 applications. In PowerPoint, tools for recording a slide show and making a screen recording will be demonstrated. These recordings will then be exported to video and published in Stream. In Teams, a Teams meeting will be recorded. The resulting video will be observed in the meeting chat as well as in Stream. (Wells)

If you need help with registration, please refer to this support document for registration instructions.
This session is for administrators of ELL programs to examine the 2019 data for English language learners in WNY and will provide an overview of NYS initiatives and guidance as we prepare for the new school year under the continuing concerns related to the COVID-19 crisis.

Three dates - Choose ONE sessions
August 5th
August 6th
August 12th
Are you looking for ways to increase student engagement during distance learning? In this session, participants will learn how to create and explore multiple ways to use interactive virtual classrooms.

18. CSLO #126A- Consortium- Microsoft Stream Basics Part 1 & 2

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/6/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Participants in this session will be introduced to Stream and various ways that it can be used within Erie 1 BOCES. The Stream dashboard will be explored to enable the user to navigate within the app. Processes for individual use as well as team use will be demonstrated. Stream Channels for collections of videos centered around a specific theme will be shown along with collections for specific meetings. The addition of Subtitles will be covered. Editing the duration of a video will also be illustrated. Part 2 will be a continuation of Part 1. (Scordo)

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

19. 8/6/2020- Starpoint- Hyperdocs

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/6/2020

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HyperDoc is a term used to describe a Google Doc that contains an innovative lesson for students- a 21st Century worksheet, but much better. With one shortened link, students can access a lesson that contains instructions, links, tasks, and many clever ways to get kids thinking. In this session teachers will learn how they can create hyperdocs to drive instruction and share them in Google Classroom to help drive instruction in their classrooms.

20. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/6/2020

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This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

21. RBERN - Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: K-12 Teachers of ELLs and Administrators of ELLs

Dates: 8/6/2020

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In this session, we will explore how to build a safe, supportive school environment that helps all students learn and thrive.

We will delve into the text "Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools" by Jen Alexander, which describes the impact of trauma on a child's development, attachment, and behavior, and strategies for developing a trauma-sensitive learning environment in order to better support our students after the COVID-19 pandemic.

22. Getting Started with DPS Online Training Modules

Program: WNYRIC

Audience: Data Privacy & Security Service District Administrators

Dates: 8/6/2020

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New online training modules are now available as a component of the Data Privacy and Security Service. Districts can use the modules to meet staff training requirements under NY Education Law 2-d. This webinar will provide an overview of the training curriculum and will also cover setup options, importing/adding users, and planning for deployment.

23. TC2020-19 Digital Tools in the K-12 Social Studies Classsroom

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 8/7/2020

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This course will include an array of activities to engage K-12 students in Social Studies curriculum: Session 1 - Participants explore online resources. Participants create activities for their classroom using online tools from this session. Session 2 - Participants research ways History Day can be implemented in their classroom. Participants review the different History Day Projects and review what would be the best fit in their classroom. Session 3 - Participants create free accounts for national online databases. Participants review three online databases and decide which would be the best fit for their classroom. Session 4 - Participants explore authentic assessments through digital project-based learning techniques. Participants will discover authentic learning experiences and reflect on best practices for their classroom. Session 5 - Participants will synthesize information learned in course by creating a lesson plan that reflects use of at four strategies from three different sessions of the course. 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: Aug. 7 - 21, 2020 Instructor: Ryan Barrett, Instructional Technology Coach, Buffalo Public Schools

24. WNYRIC Online Academy: O365 Resources for English Language Learners

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers with Office 365 for Education Accounts

Dates: 8/7/2020

Class Opens 8 7 20
Class Ends 8 31 20
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This course will cover a variety of O365 apps, tools, and add-ins to support literacy for English language learners and all students. Topics in literacy will include vocabulary building, close reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This session is designed for educators with Office 365 educational accounts through their school district.

NOTE: This is an asynchronous online course, meaning that participants may complete course assignments at any time during the course time frame of 8/7/20 - 8/31/20. We will not meet at any specific times or locations. This course is equivalent to 3 PD Hours.

25. CSLO #128A- Consortium- Mobile Apps - Using the Microsoft Stream Mobile App to Create, Manage, and Access Videos

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/7/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Stream users can access their videos on a mobile device using the Stream app. This session will review their own content as well creating/editing and uploading videos from their device. Settings will be investigated for W-Fi and data usage along with helpful resources. (Scordo)

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

26. IRT Amherst Grade 3-5 Amplify Website Intro & Remote Instruction

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Grade 4 teachers

Dates: 8/7/2020

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Teachers will work to access and understand the Amplify website.

27. CSLO #120A- Consortium- Forms in Office 365

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/7/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
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***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

This app enables users to create surveys, registration forms or other forms that can be distributed to recipients both within Erie 1 BOCES as well as outside the organization. They can be utilized by individuals as well as teams. This session will include embedding a form into a Stream video to enable data to be collected while the video is being viewed. (Scordo)

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

28. TC2020- 8 Going Paperless with Kami

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/10/2020

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Kami is a web-based PDF annotation tool similar to Adobe Acrobat. However, Kami can be used on any device, even Chromebooks! This course will explore ways to use this tool with your students to create a paperless digital assignment workflow. Participant will learn how to access their account, create documents, annotate documents, and share documents with students. Participants will also learn how to integrate Kami with Schoology so teachers can create assignments where students can annotate documents and submit them to Schoology. 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: August 10 - 16, 2020 Instructor: Dr. Ron Kotlik, Clarence CSD

29. TC2020-16 Exploring Classroom Management with Special Needs Students

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 8/10/2020

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This 12-hour online workshop explores research-based best practices in classroom management, from which all students can benefit, with a special eye toward the needs of Special Education students. 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: Aug. 10 - 24, 2020 Instructor: Kathy Halter, Retired Orchard Park Teacher

30. WNYRIC Online Academy: Google Classroom: Getting Ready for the Fall of 2020

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/10/2020

CASSADAGA School Only
Online Course ONLY
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This online Google Classroom course will explore the following topics: how to utilize Google Classroom to start the 20-21 school year, resources for Google Classroom at the participant's level such as new, basic knowledge, and expert at Google Classroom, resources for Google Classroom based on grade level participant teaches, tools for monitoring student progress in Google Classroom, research-based online learning best practices resources, differentiation of teaching and learning in a blended or virtual setting, and how to develop a classroom management plan for distance learning. This is an asynchronous course worth 8 credit hours. This course will run from August 10, 2020, to September 1, 2020.

31. IRT# 865 ONLINE DASA Training - 5 days to complete

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Anyone needing DASA Certification

Dates: 8/10/2020

E1B Title IIA Not Covered
Registration ends 8/5/20
Cancel By 8/6/20
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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

Please note costs for 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 8/6/2020 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.

32. CSLO- Frontier HS Nearpod

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/10/2020

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Nearpod is the go-to tool for interactive presentations and assessments. Teachers use the site to create original multimedia presentations or draw from an extensive, growing library of pre-made offerings (many CCSS-aligned and some at a cost). Teachers can upload videos, images, audio clips, and PDF files as well as embed multiple-choice quizzes and polls. Draw Its (students write directly on a slide), collaboration boards, and open-ended questions provide plenty of variety to liven up presentations. Teachers launch the presentation and monitor progress either from the website or through the app. Using the Nearpod app on their devices, students input a code and their names to access content and submit responses.

33. Creating Escape rooms

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/10/2020

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Google Forms can be a great tool for assessment, but they can also be used for learning and having fun. In this session we will learn how we can create escape rooms using Google Forms. Participants will be able to create a check for understanding that will be fun and engaging for students.

34. Lexia Training for Amherst

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: middle school AIS reading teachers

Dates: 8/10/2020

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This virtual session will include introductions to the Lexia PowerUp application for middle school and the Core5 application for elementary. In addition to the overviews of the products, participants will experience how students will be using the program as well as how teachers are able to utilize the reports. Online resources and video training materials will also be included.

35. RBERN - Supporting ELLs through Writer's Workshop - 2 week window- CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: K-12 Teachers of ELLs

Dates: 8/10/2020

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In this workshop, we will explore how support ELLs through Writer's Workshop.

We will examine the foundation of how to deliver writer's workshop instruction, and look at some strategies to support English Language Learners within this framework.

36. TC2020-2 Advanced Nearpod

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: Teachers K-12

Dates: 8/10/2020 to 8/14/2020

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Teachers will extend the knowledge and skills they learning in the Introduction to Nearpod in the classroom. Nearpod is an interactive presentation and assessment tool that can be used to amazing effect in the classroom. The app's concept is simple. A teacher can create presentations that have a variety of features. They can contain quizzes, polls videos, images, drawing board, web content and more. This class will also touch on changing flipcharts into PDF's and then creating Nearpods from them. Teachers will practice using the data gathered from Nearpod to drive further instruction and craft authentic assessment. The final project will be to create a project /lesson for Nearpod. The class will have two live online meetings, August 10 from 9:00 to 11:00 and August 14 from 9:00 to 10:00. The other 7 hours of work are to be done on your own time in between meetings. 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: August 10 - 14, 2020 Instructor: Molly Eldridge, Buffalo Public Schools

37. New Mentor Training

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Dates: 8/10/2020 to 8/13/2020

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Learn all about becoming a mentor in this 2 section training. First date 8/10, second date 8/13. Both will take place virtually on WebEx from 2:30-4:30pm.

38. TC2020-23 Utilizing Community Circles and Mindfulness in Your Classroom

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All educators

Dates: 8/10/2020

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This course will provide fundamentals in running community circles in the classroom as well as implementing mindfulness practices. The purpose is to develop strategies that will create a sense of community within the classroom and offer techniques to help students build relationships with one another that will foster a positive and productive learning environment. CTLE Hours - 6 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: Zoom Meeting, August 10 - 14, 2020; 4:00 to 6:00 PM; complete online course by July 17, 2020. Instructor: Michele Melligan, KenTon CSD School Counselor

39. TC2020-39 Utilizing Community Meetings and Mindfulness in the Classroom

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 8/10/2020 to 8/12/2020

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This course will provide fundamentals in running community circles in the classroom as well as implementing mindfulness practices. The purpose is to develop strategies that will create a sense of community within the classroom and offer techniques to help students build relationships with one another that will foster a positive and productive learning environment. This class will meet twice for one hour each session in live Zoom meetings. The rest of the course involves completing online assignments. CTLE hours: 6 Cost: $42 Dates/Times: August 10 and 12, 2020 4:00 - 5:00 PM Location: Zoom meetings and online assignments Instructor: Michele Melligan

40. IRT# 881 Virtual Choir Hybrid Course for K-12 Choral Teachers

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: K-12 Choral Music Educators

Dates: 8/11/2020 to 8/19/2020

Virtual Event
E1B Title IIA Consortium is Covered
Registration ends 8/6/20
Cancel By 8/7/20
*IMPORTANT*This workshop requires the use of video editing software. Adobe Premiere Pro (https://www.adobe.com/products/premiere.html) is preferred. A seven-day free trial is available and should not be activated until 8/17. Other options that can be used & will be covered in this workshop include WeVideo (https://www.wevideo.com/ -free & paid options) & OpenShot (https://www.openshot.org/ -free). Contact Daniel Lynch at dslynch@e1b.org with any software questions.

In this virtual workshop, K-12 Choral Music Teachers will learn how to create a virtual choir. Teachers will participate in each step of the creation process including recording vocals, compiling & downloading videos,& editing video files.

Section 1: Window to complete 8/11-8/13: Teachers will receive a link to a Google Site to guide them in recording a video to contribute to a virtual choir. Teachers are expected to submit a video recording following the guidelines provided by the end of the day on 8/13. One on one individual Virtual assistance can be provided.

Section 2: 8/17-10:00 to 11:30 AM: Teachers will participate in a virtual session to reflect on the recording process & learn how to use the video editing software to develop a virtual choir.

Section 3: Window to complete 8/17-8/18: Using the skills learned in section 2, teachers will compile 3-5 video files together to create a mini virtual choir. One on one individual Virtual assistance can be provided.

Section 4: 8/19-10:00 to 11:30 AM: Teachers will participate in a virtual session to reflect on the creation process & learn options for posting & displaying video files.

Costs: $165 pp. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Charters are: $182 pp. E1B Billing will reflect this cost.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for this event are required by 8/7/2020 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

41. Lackawanna CSD Physical Education Curriculum review

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 Physical Education Teachers

Dates: 8/11/2020 to 8/12/2020

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Physical Education teachers will learn about the updated NYS standards for Physical Education and begin to revise their scope and sequence for PE.

42. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/11/2020

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This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

43. CSLO #117B- Consortium- OneNote- Overview of OneNote Parts 1 & 2

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/11/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

These sessions will focus on the basics of the OneNote application in Office 365. It will be presented from the perspective of a teacher using it as a digital textbook where images, videos, audio files, PowerPoint presentations, PDF files, websites, and other class resources can be collected and accessed in one location. Part 2 is a continuation of Part 1. (Wells)

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

44. Google Docs

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/11/2020

Participants in this workshop will be guided through the use of Google Docs from a beginner stand point and we will work up through intermediate/advanced use for both face to face and online uses in a classroom.

45. WRPC SDI - 05 Specially Designed Instruction Day 1

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Only Jamestown District Teachers

Dates: 8/11/2020

Fundamentals of Specially Designed Instruction, this one-day training teaches the basic fundamentals of specially designed instruction (SDI) required by Federal and State regulations for students receiving special education services. Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to:
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•Define Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)


•Describe and understand Federal and New York State regulatory guidelines for SDI


•Differentiate SDI from general education instruction


•Identify what elements of instruction may be adapted in SDI


•Identify and describe the differences between SDI accommodations and modifications


•Develop SDI based upon individual student needs using concepts and skills learned during this training

46. RBERN - Supporting ELLs in Math- CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: K-12 Teachers of ELLs

Dates: 8/11/2020

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In this session, participants will explore instructional considerations that simultaneously support students with varying degrees of English proficiency and promote thinking and reasoning of math concepts.

47. SW 103 TLE Statewide Members: Cultivating Emotional Resilience with Lori Cohen

Program: SCDN Statewide TLE

Audience: TLE Statewide Members

Dates: 8/11/2020 to 8/14/2020

TLE Statewide Members ONLY
Cultivating Emotional Resilience workshop will take place on August 11 and 13 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-3:00 pm EST for each of these days. We also will have office hours from 10:00 am-11:00 am on Wednesday August 12 and Friday August 14.

Education is a physically and emotionally demanding field, and successful educators must develop their own resilience in order to thrive. This workshop will provide you with the tools to do just that. Participants will explore the habits and dispositions of resilient educators outlined in Elena Aguilar's Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators. They'll spend time learning about themselves and develop a deeper awareness and understanding of their emotions. They'll use this to help them to recognize entry points into cultivating resilience in themselves and those they serve through learning and practicing a variety of methods to boost the resilience of those they coach, teach, lead and support. As participants boost their resilience, they will discover they have the energy to do the challenging work that is required of educators.

Outcomes: Participants will:
1) Understand the impact of coaching for resilience in educators
2) Identify the key components of a framework that builds resilience
3) Practice using resilience-building strategies in conversations
4) Engage in and reflect on activities that build individual and collective resilience

Activities Include
• Observing and deconstructing a coaching conversation that uses the ACE framework for coaching emotions
• Identifying core values
• Getting to know an emotion cycle
• Learning how to use compassion when dealing with difficult people
• How to expand your story to cultivate resilience.

Link to participate will be provided to all registered participants 48 hours prior to the session.

48. SW 104 Early Learning Statewide Members: Cultivating Emotional Resilience with Lori Cohen

Program: SCDN Statewide TLE

Audience: Early Learning Statewide Members

Dates: 8/11/2020 to 8/14/2020

Early Learning Statewide Members ONLY
Cultivating Emotional Resilience workshop will take place on August 11 and 13 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-3:00 pm EST for each of these days. We also will have office hours from 10:00 am-11:00 am on Wednesday August 12 and Friday August 14.

Education is a physically and emotionally demanding field, and successful educators must develop their own resilience in order to thrive. This workshop will provide you with the tools to do just that. Participants will explore the habits and dispositions of resilient educators outlined in Elena Aguilar's Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators. They'll spend time learning about themselves and develop a deeper awareness and understanding of their emotions. They'll use this to help them to recognize entry points into cultivating resilience in themselves and those they serve through learning and practicing a variety of methods to boost the resilience of those they coach, teach, lead and support. As participants boost their resilience, they will discover they have the energy to do the challenging work that is required of educators.

Outcomes: Participants will:
1) Understand the impact of coaching for resilience in educators
2) Identify the key components of a framework that builds resilience
3) Practice using resilience-building strategies in conversations
4) Engage in and reflect on activities that build individual and collective resilience

Activities Include
• Observing and deconstructing a coaching conversation that uses the ACE framework for coaching emotions
• Identifying core values
• Getting to know an emotion cycle
• Learning how to use compassion when dealing with difficult people
• How to expand your story to cultivate resilience.

Link to participate will be provided to all registered participants 48 hours prior to the session.

49. SW 105 SEL Statewide Members: Cultivating Emotional Resilience with Lori Cohen

Program: SCDN Statewide TLE

Audience: SEL Statewide Members

Dates: 8/11/2020 to 8/14/2020

SEL Statewide Members ONLY
Cultivating Emotional Resilience workshop will take place on August 11 and 13 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-3:00 pm EST for each of these days. We also will have office hours from 10:00 am-11:00 am on Wednesday August 12 and Friday August 14.

Education is a physically and emotionally demanding field, and successful educators must develop their own resilience in order to thrive. This workshop will provide you with the tools to do just that. Participants will explore the habits and dispositions of resilient educators outlined in Elena Aguilar's Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators. They'll spend time learning about themselves and develop a deeper awareness and understanding of their emotions. They'll use this to help them to recognize entry points into cultivating resilience in themselves and those they serve through learning and practicing a variety of methods to boost the resilience of those they coach, teach, lead and support. As participants boost their resilience, they will discover they have the energy to do the challenging work that is required of educators.

Outcomes: Participants will:
1) Understand the impact of coaching for resilience in educators
2) Identify the key components of a framework that builds resilience
3) Practice using resilience-building strategies in conversations
4) Engage in and reflect on activities that build individual and collective resilience

Activities Include
• Observing and deconstructing a coaching conversation that uses the ACE framework for coaching emotions
• Identifying core values
• Getting to know an emotion cycle
• Learning how to use compassion when dealing with difficult people
• How to expand your story to cultivate resilience.

Link to participate will be provided to all registered participants 48 hours prior to the session.

50. 8/11/2020- Nearpod- Maryvale

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/11/2020

Closed
Looking for a classroom presentation tool? Would you like it to be interactive? What if the interactive presentation tool also could give you formative assessment information?Nearpod will be a valuable asset in remote teaching as it will offer a way for the teacher to share a presentation with students and collect assessment data on the students as they go through the presentation. The teacher can either run a class while using video conferencing or can make it available for students to complete on their own time.In this session we will look at the basics of using Nearpod as a presentation and formative assessment tool in the classroom.One of the perks of using Nearpod as a tool in your classroom is the fact that you don't have to go back and reinvent the wheel. Please bring any presentations you have used in your class previously (power point or google slides) to convert them into Nearpod presentations so that they can be more interactive.

51. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/11/2020

New
This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

52. TCIS Virtual Refresher - KenTon

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: Teachers, Admin, Teacher Aides

Dates: 8/11/2020

Reviewing the fundamentals of TCIS for continued Certification

53. WNYRIC Online Academy WEBINAR: 10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with Google Classroom (Summer Google Webinar Series)

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/11/2020

Live Webinar 8 11 20
Summer Google Webinar Series
Afternoon Session
*NOTE: THIS SAME WEBINAR WAS DONE ON JULY 14, 2020. This webinar will demonstrate 10 things you didn't know you could do with Google Classroom. This webinar may be attended by beginner or veteran users of Google Classroom. The end of the webinar will include a Q & A session for attendees to ask questions. This webinar will be worth 1.5 PD hours and will run from 1 pm to 2:30 pm. This webinar will be done via a WebEx. The link for the WebEx will be sent a few days before the scheduled event.

54. CSLO #118B- Consortium- OneNote- Class/Staff Notebook

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/11/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Suggested Prerequisite: OneNote Overview. This session will expand upon the OneNote Overview session and focus on the special features, options, and management settings in using the specialized OneNote Class Notebook. (Scordo)

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

55. CSLO- Frontier Elementary Nearpod

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

Nearpod is the go-to tool for interactive presentations and assessments. Teachers use the site to create original multimedia presentations or draw from an extensive, growing library of pre-made offerings (many CCSS-aligned and some at a cost). Teachers can upload videos, images, audio clips, and PDF files as well as embed multiple-choice quizzes and polls. Draw Its (students write directly on a slide), collaboration boards, and open-ended questions provide plenty of variety to liven up presentations. Teachers launch the presentation and monitor progress either from the website or through the app. Using the Nearpod app on their devices, students input a code and their names to access content and submit responses.

56. IRT# 876 B Independent Reading Level Assessment (IRLA), New Teacher Training - Virtual

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Educators/Teachers needing training in IRLA

Dates: 8/12/2020

E1B Title IIA Not Covered
Registration ends 8/4/20
Cancel By 8/5/20
This is a VIRTUAL Event
Wait List
Lew-Port Teachers have a different registration link. This link is for all other school districts.

The American Reading Company will provide Zoom information to registrants. American Reading staff development will introduce the IRLA to new teachers for an understanding of the Reading Taxonomy and structure of this leveling system. Teachers will learn in depth knowledge about the levels and be familiar with how to initially level a student and build a deeper understanding of what a student will need to grow as a reader through this formative assessment.

The event will start at 8:30 am - 3:30 pm and will consist of two breaks plus one hour for lunch from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm.

Costs: $110/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $121/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 8/5/2020 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 NOT Covered.

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

57. IRT# 876 LEW-PORT TEACHERS ONLY Independent Reading Level Assessment (IRLA), New Teacher Training - Virtual

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Educators/Teachers needing training in IRLA

Dates: 8/12/2020

LEW PORT TEACHERS ONLY
Registration ends 8/4/20
Cancel By 8/5/20
This is a VIRTUAL Event
Closed
This link is for Lew-Port teachers only!

The American Reading Company will provide Zoom information to registrants. American Reading staff development will introduce the IRLA to new teachers for an understanding of the Reading Taxonomy and structure of this leveling system. Teachers will learn in depth knowledge about the levels and be familiar with how to initially level a student and build a deeper understanding of what a student will need to grow as a reader through this formative assessment.

The event will start at 8:30 am - 3:30 pm and will consist of two breaks plus one hour for lunch from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm.

Costs: $110/per participant. IRT Billing Code: 535.009.02

Please note costs for Charters: $121/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 8/5/2020 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 NOT Covered.

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

58. Teams Basics for Ellicottville

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: teachers and staff

Dates: 8/12/2020

This session will be recorded. The recording will be available to all Ellicottville staff. This will cover the basics of Microsoft Teams that all individuals need to know to function within the space. We will cover the different types of teams and how to create a class team, add students, and manage Team settings. We will also cover different areas within a Class Team and how to properly manage those as well as how to schedule and conduct live synchronous events. This would include recording the sessions, conducting breakout rooms, including files and accessing the chat even after the meeting has ended. This training will be recorded.

59. Arkport Schoology 101

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

New
This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

60. CSLO #142- Consortium- Online Resources for Teachers

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

This workshop will provide educators with numerous places for online tools, resources, and lesson materials. Resources such as Lit2Go, WatchKnow, etc. will be covered. (Wells)

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

61. CSLO Google Maps and Tours

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/12/2020

Users will discover how to navigate maps, utilize satellite view, street view along with map view. Instructional applications can be explored using images and photospheres contained in Google Maps. Teachers will see how to conduct virtual field trips. Participants will also learn about the various menu options including Travel Key and Personalization for location, timeline and embedding.

62. Google Slides

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

Closed
Participants will be taken on an exciting and enthralling journey of anticipation and excitement while learning how to use Google Slides for education. We will start with simple items and slowly ramp up the instruction to more intricate class uses.

63. Lockport - Google Training for Technology Mentors, Curriculum Coaches, and Support Staff

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: Lockport Technology Mentors, Curriculum Coaches, and Support Staff

Dates: 8/12/2020

New
Session 1: 9 -10:30
Google Drive - This session will offer an overview of the essential creation tools for students and teachers in Google Drive:
- Docs
- Slides
- Sheets
- Forms

Session 2: 11 - 12
Jamboard - This session will offer an overview of how to use Jamboard to create interactive whiteboard-style activities, as well as how to share these files with students either for viewing or making their own copy for assignment completion.

Session 3: 1 - 2:30 (with brief break)
Google Classroom - We will go over the most important aspects of Google Classroom that teachers will need to know in order to conduct effective remote learning for students. This will include sharing resources, assigning work, and giving directions for students to complete assignments.

Session 4: 2:30 - 3:30
Google Meet - We will discuss the best workflow for conducting virtual sessions with students in Google Meet. We will also look at how to use Meet most effectively on both Chromebooks and iPads.

64. WNYRIC Online Academy WEBINAR: Lesser-Known Navigation Tips for Google Classroom (Summer Google Webinar Series)

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/12/2020

Live Webinar 8 12 20
Summer Google Webinar Series
Morning Session
*NOTE: THIS SAME WEBINAR WAS DONE ON JULY 23, 2020. This webinar will demonstrate lesser-known navigation tips for Google Classroom. This webinar may be attended by beginner or veteran users of Google Classroom. The end of the webinar will include a Q & A session for attendees to ask questions. This webinar will be worth 1.5 PD hours and will run from 9 to 10:30 am. This webinar will be done via a WebEx. A link for the WebEx will be sent out a few days before the scheduled event.

65. WRPC SDI - 06 Specially Designed Instruction Day 2

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Only Jamestown District Teachers

Dates: 8/12/2020

To be added at later date

66. Planning and Dialogue for Re-Entry for Regional School Librarians - Introduction August 12, 2020

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 8/12/2020

New
This is a collaboration with the SLS offices of Buffalo Public Schools, ON BOCES, CA BOCES, Erie 1, and Erie 2 BOCES. The live Zoom sessions will take place August 12, 2020 & August 13,2020 and are intended to allow discussion and collaboration based on guidelines and best practice we are aware of to help assist in a successful start to the school year and the library program. CTLE credit will be offered for attended sessions as per registration instructions. This registration is for August 12, 2020 for the Introduction and Overview. Please also register for which session(s) on August 13, 2020 you are interested in, either Elementary, MS/HS, or both.

67. PowerTeacher Pro (Gradebook) WebEx

Program: WNYRIC PowerSchool

Audience: Classroom Teachers

Dates: 8/12/2020

New
Virtual Training in PowerTeacher Pro

68. RBERN - Introduction to ENL Instruction - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: K-12 Teachers of ELLs

Dates: 8/12/2020

Second language acquisition, levels of language proficiency, and an introduction to culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogy will be discussed in this one hour session.
This session is for administrators of ELL programs to examine the 2019 data for English language learners in WNY and will provide an overview of NYS initiatives and guidance as we prepare for the new school year under the continuing concerns related to the COVID-19 crisis.

Three dates - Choose ONE sessions
August 5th
August 6th
August 12th

70. CSLO #125- Consortium- Accessibility- Creating Accessible Materials

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

This session will address a number of issues students with disabilities encounter when using technology. Teachers will learn how to use the tools in Microsoft products to create accessible files. Topics include font considerations, line spacing, alt text on images, and other areas of concern. (Wells)

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

71. Movie Making for Google

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/12/2020

Teachers have great lessons and ideas! Why not showcase those great ideas by making movies? Making movies of your lessons for your students will give you flexibility, allows students to watch and re-watch on their time, and give you an instant reflection of your practice. This workshop will provide ideas and free programs that will help you create quality videos for your students. Participants will be able to: o Identify features of quality teacher-based movies o Find and download free programs to create movies o Use Google Suite programs that allow for creation and production of videos

72. 8/12/2020- Maryvale- Hyperdocs

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

Closed
HyperDoc is a term used to describe a Google Doc that contains an innovative lesson for students- a 21st Century worksheet, but much better. With one shortened link, students can access a lesson that contains instructions, links, tasks, and many clever ways to get kids thinking. In this session teachers will learn how they can create hyperdocs to drive instruction and share them in Google Classroom to help drive instruction in their classrooms.

73. Teams for Ellicottville Part 2 (PM)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Audience: teachers and staff

Dates: 8/12/2020

This meeting will be recorded. This session will cover more advanced topics relevant to teacher use of Teams. Topics will include creating and grading assignments, how to create tests and quizzes using Microsoft Forms and assigning them in Teams, and how to create instant polls within a Team Meeting. Other to topics will include how to incorporate video recordings in Teams using Microsoft's Stream video platform and if time allows OneNote Class Notebook will be introduced at an introductory level.

74. CSLO #124- Consortium- Accessibility- Student Use

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/12/2020

Microsoft has a number of tools available within their applications that enable accommodations for students with disabilities. These include screen readers, dictation tools, closed captions for videos and PowerPoint presentations, as well as viewing tools for color adjustments and size. (Wells)

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

75. Google Chrome Tips and Tricks

Program: Regional CSLO/Model Schools

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/12/2020

The Chrome browser has numerous features that enable the user to personalize the application. These include being able access your preferences and bookmarks from anywhere. Individuals are able to set up their own themes, Add-ons and Extensions. Notice will also be informed of Extensions that shouldn't be added.

76. TC2020-15 Virtual Field Trips

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 8/13/2020

Virtual field trips tailored to every grade and curriculum are a great way to incorporate technology into your classroom and increase student engagement. With the help of google, trips can range from simple to extremely detailed and high-tech. During this 10 hour workshop you will explore the many opportunities there are to take your students on a field trip within your classroom. Using Google Earth/Maps/Sky Google we will explore and create field trips for every classroom. We will explore Google Lit Trips and how you can use them to inspire your students. We will use Google Tour Builder and explore the Google Cultural Institute. This workshop will be delivered via Google Classroom. 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: Aug. 13 - 27, 2020 Instructor: Kathy Halter, Retired Orchard Park Teacher

77. CSLO- Frontier Elementary Google Classroom Level 1

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

This session is designed for teachers who are ready to use Google Classroom for the first time. The NY Pause forced many teachers to use Google Classroom with little or no previous training. The session will walk you through step 1 to publishing it for students to join and use starting in September.

78. RBERN - Working with Interpreters and Translators - CTLE Provider #23007

Program: RBE-RN

Audience: K-12 educators, administrators, and support staff

Dates: 8/13/2020

Educators will be provided structures and the resources to effective and efficiently work with interpreters and translators

79. CSLO #113B- Consortium- Teams Meeting Basics

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

3 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 3 separate sessions of this event. All 3 are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

This session will provide an overview of Teams Meetings in Office 365 from the perspective of a teacher communicating with students. Cloud storage for the class is available where teachers can provide materials for student use. Teachers can also create assignments that can be distributed to any or all students without the need for attaching materials to emails. Teachers will see that assignments can be graded within the Teams application. (LePore)

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

80. Planning and Dialogue for Re-Entry for Regional School Librarians -MS/HS August 13, 2020 AM Session 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 8/13/2020

New
This is a collaboration with the SLS offices of Buffalo Public Schools, ON BOCES, CA BOCES, Erie 1, and Erie 2 BOCES. The live Zoom session will take place Thursday, August 13, 2020 and is intended to allow discussion and collaboration based on guidelines and best practice we are aware of to help assist in a successful start to the school year and the library program. CTLE credit will be offered for attended sessions as per registration instructions. This registration is for Thursday, August 13, 2020 for the MS/HS AM Session

81. WRPC SDI - 07 Specially Designed Instruction Day 3

Program: Regional Partnership Center (RSE-TASC)

Audience: Only Jamestown District Teachers

Dates: 8/13/2020

To be added at later date

82. 8/13/2020- Nearpod- Maryvale

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

Looking for a classroom presentation tool? Would you like it to be interactive? What if the interactive presentation tool also could give you formative assessment information?Nearpod will be a valuable asset in remote teaching as it will offer a way for the teacher to share a presentation with students and collect assessment data on the students as they go through the presentation. The teacher can either run a class while using video conferencing or can make it available for students to complete on their own time.In this session we will look at the basics of using Nearpod as a presentation and formative assessment tool in the classroom.One of the perks of using Nearpod as a tool in your classroom is the fact that you don't have to go back and reinvent the wheel. Please bring any presentations you have used in your class previously (power point or google slides) to convert them into Nearpod presentations so that they can be more interactive.

83. CSLO #111B- Consortium- Teams Basics for Teachers

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

3 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 3 separate sessions of this event. All 3 are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

This session will provide an overview of Teams in Office 365 from the perspective of a teacher communicating with students. Cloud storage for the class is available where teachers can provide materials for student use. Teachers can also create assignments that can be distributed to any or all students without the need for attaching materials to emails. Teachers will see that assignments can be graded within the Team application. (Lepore)

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

84. Lockport- Google Meet

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

New
Google Meet will allow teachers to connect with their students in a web conference. Teachers will be able to deliver instruction as well as communicate with students to sustain relationships. This session will cover:

- Basics of how to join a session from either Calendar Invite or Meeting Nickname
- How to create a Meet session with a Nickname, and how this differs from Google Meet links in Calendar events
- How to run a meeting in Google Meet (Present, Chat, manage Participants, and other basic tools)

85. Lockport- Google Meet

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

New
Google Meet will allow teachers to connect with their students in a web conference. Teachers will be able to deliver instruction as well as communicate with students to sustain relationships. This session will cover:

- Basics of how to join a session from either Calendar Invite or Meeting Nickname
- How to create a Meet session with a Nickname, and how this differs from Google Meet links in Calendar events
- How to run a meeting in Google Meet (Present, Chat, manage Participants, and other basic tools)

86. Arkport Schoology 101 (Makeup Date)

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

New
This course will introduce you to the top 7 things you need to know how to do in Schoology before school begins!

87. Planning and Dialogue for Re-Entry for Regional School Librarians -Elementary August 13, 2020 PM Session 1:00 PM - 3:00PM

Program: School Library Systems and Library Automation

Audience: School Library Media Specialist

Dates: 8/13/2020

New
This is a collaboration with the SLS offices of Buffalo Public Schools, ON BOCES, CA BOCES, Erie 1, and Erie 2 BOCES. The live Zoom session will take place Thursday, August 13, 2020 and is intended to allow discussion and collaboration based on guidelines and best practice we are aware of to help assist in a successful start to the school year and the library program. CTLE credit will be offered for attended sessions as per registration instructions. This registration is for Thursday, August 13, 2020 for the Elementary Schools PM Session

88. WNYRIC Online Academy WEBINAR: 15 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with Google Slides (Summer Google Webinar Series)

Program: Online Academy

Audience: K-12 Teachers

Dates: 8/13/2020

Live Webinar 8 13 20
Summer Google Webinar Series
Afternoon Session
*NOTE: THIS SAME WEBINAR WAS DONE ON JULY 29, 2020. As commonly known, Google Slides may be used for presenting information to an audience. However, Google Slides may be used in other ways, too. This webinar will showcase 15 things you didn't know you could do with Google Slides. This webinar may be attended by beginner or veteran users of Google Slides. The end of the webinar will include a Q & A session for attendees to ask questions. This webinar will be worth 1.5 PD hours and will run from 1 pm to 2:30 pm. This webinar will be done via a WebEx. The link for the WebEx will be sent out a few days before the scheduled event.

89. CSLO #112B- Consortium- Advanced Teams

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

This session will focus on other options available to educators using Microsoft Teams that go beyond the basics. It will include private channels, guest members, team calendars, and using Office 365 Forms in teams. (LePore)

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

90. Lockport- Google Meet

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/13/2020

New
Google Meet will allow teachers to connect with their students in a web conference. Teachers will be able to deliver instruction as well as communicate with students to sustain relationships. This session will cover:

- Basics of how to join a session from either Calendar Invite or Meeting Nickname
- How to create a Meet session with a Nickname, and how this differs from Google Meet links in Calendar events
- How to run a meeting in Google Meet (Present, Chat, manage Participants, and other basic tools)

91. 8/14/2020- Barker- Creating a Choose Your Own Adventure Story in Google Forms

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/14/2020

New
Choose your own adventure stories have been extremely popular with children. They are getting these options in stories as well as other multi-media. By using Google Forms you can create a Choose Your Own Adventure Story to allow children to tell their own stories and learn about cause and effect. We will also discuss why it can build a greater depth of understanding when students create their own Choose Your Own Adventure Stories.

92. CSLO #114A- Consortium- Teams Meeting Advanced Techniques

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/14/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Teachers can conduct real-time online class sessions with students using the Teams app. This session will cover how to create "break out rooms". As well as advanced tools in features that can be utilized within the meetings. These tools include a digital whiteboard, instant polls, and more.

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

93. DPO Quarterly - NIST CSF - IDENTIFY

Program: WNYRIC

Audience: District Data Protection Officers

Dates: 8/14/2020

New
Online Training
August 14th, 2020
9:00am - 11:30am

Agenda

-IDENTIFY
-Asset Management
-Business Environment
-Governance

94. IRT# 859 Understanding Trauma and its Impact

Program: Regional Instructional Resources Team

Audience: Pre K-12 Teachers, Administrators and School Staff

Dates: 8/14/2020

E1B Title IIA Consortium is Covered
Registration ends 8/7/20
Cancel By 8/12/20
Please be advised that this workshop could switch to a virtual format. Participants will be notified if that change is made.

In the workshop Understanding Trauma and its Impact we will discuss:
PART 1: WHAT IS TRAUMA AND WHO IS AFFECTED?
PART 2: HOW DOES THE STRESS RESPONSE SYSTEM WORK
PART 3: WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF EXPOSURE TO TRAUMA?
PART 4: WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR SCHOOLS?

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

Please note costs for 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 8/12/2020 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.

95. TC2020-20 Introduction to Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

Program: Western New York Teacher Center

Dates: 8/17/2020

In this 3-hour introductory course, teachers will learn: 1) What SEL is. 2) The five components of SEL 3) The research-based benefits of SEL for students. 4) Resources for further inquiry. CTLE Hours - 3 Cost - $21 - 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: August 17 - August 24, 2020 Instructor: Jonathan Erwin, Author of The SEL Solution, Teacher Center Director

96. CSLO- Frontier Middle School Nearpod

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/17/2020

Nearpod is the go-to tool for interactive presentations and assessments. Teachers use the site to create original multimedia presentations or draw from an extensive, growing library of pre-made offerings (many CCSS-aligned and some at a cost). Teachers can upload videos, images, audio clips, and PDF files as well as embed multiple-choice quizzes and polls. Draw Its (students write directly on a slide), collaboration boards, and open-ended questions provide plenty of variety to liven up presentations. Teachers launch the presentation and monitor progress either from the website or through the app. Using the Nearpod app on their devices, students input a code and their names to access content and submit responses.

97. 8/17/2020- Barker- Using Forms to Differentiate Instruction

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/17/2020

New
Google Forms can be used as a method to differentiate instruction. By creating a form with several branches the teacher can help support students of different ability levels by providing content that will check fr their understanding of material.

98. CSLO #127B- Consortium- Video Creation (in Teams and PowerPoint) for Microsoft Stream

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/17/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

Participants will learn how to create videos using two different Office 365 applications. In PowerPoint, tools for recording a slide show and making a screen recording will be demonstrated. These recordings will then be exported to video and published in Stream. In Teams, a Teams meeting will be recorded. The resulting video will be observed in the meeting chat as well as in Stream. (Wells)

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

99. CSLO #134B- Consortium- SEL & Technology Partnership Series: Self-Awareness

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/17/2020

2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
***There are 2 separate sessions of this event. Both are the same, so please choose the day/time that works best for you.***

There are 5 SEL (Social and Emotional) competencies. This session will focus on self-awareness. This session will utilize resources from CASEL and NYS. Participants will explore grade level SEL strategies for both face to face and/or remote learning.

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100. Google Sites

Program: CSLO/Model Schools In-District

Dates: 8/17/2020

This is a repeat of the previous sessions, not an add-on. Participants will be guided through the use of Google sites to present content, and communicate with parents.

101. NIagara Wheatfield CSD - Promising Practices - Remote Instruction - 8-17 - 8-28-2020

Program: IRT In-District Professional Development

Audience: K-12 teachers from Niagara Wheatfield CSD

Dates: 8/17/2020 to 8/28/2020

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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 (3) one-hour synchronous sessions (8/24 - 9:30 a.m.; 8/31 - 1 pm; 9/3 -9:30 a.m.). The course is open to any K-12 teacher in Niagara Wheatfield looking to enhance student engagement and overall participation in the coming school year.