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1. Social Studies Research and Development Team Grade 9

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 2/21/2017

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The Prototype for the NEW Global and US History Regents has been rolled out. Now What? Join the R&D team to build a comprehensive "library" of primary sources and other stimuli that addresses all 3 parts of the new Regents Exams in Social Studies. Teachers will commit to 4 meetings this school year to build the virtual library and create the questions that will prepare our students for the new and rigorous assessment.

2. G Suite? SWEET

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 2/21/2017

Starting Soon
This is an introductory session to Google Apps and the Google Chrome web browser. We will dive into the basics of using the Google Drive, Docs Suite, and sharing documents. We will also become comfortable with the Chrome Browser and learn to make the most of Gmail and Google Calendars.

3. Social Studies Research and Development Team Grade 10

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 2/22/2017

Starting Soon
The Prototype for the NEW Global and US History Regents has been rolled out. Now What? Join the R&D team to build a comprehensive "library" of primary sources and other stimuli that addresses all 3 parts of the new Regents Exams in Social Studies. Teachers will commit to 4 meetings this school year to build the virtual library and create the questions that will prepare our students for the new and rigorous assessment.

4. Using Office 365

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 2/22/2017

Starting Soon
Office 365 is Microsoft's online collection of tools. This workshop will explore mail, calendar, tasks, OneDrive and People (formally Contacts). Also, you will learn how to save, share, and collaborate with documents stored in OneDrive and edited using Office Online applications: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

5. NWEA Training: Instructional Ladders

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Lead teachers/ instructional coaches/ curriculum leaders (preferably same group as October/ November day) -- Group should be ready to turn-key material back to other teachers

Dates: 2/22/2017

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Learn to:



• design tiered, responsive instructional plans (instructional ladders) by integrating standards, MAP student readiness data, and local curriculum



• engage with topics of interest, such as formative assessment or flexible grouping, to deepen understanding of instructional planning ** We will use the afternoon to prepare turn-keying.

6. It's All About the Weather!!!

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Audience: Elementary Level

Dates: 2/22/2017

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Teachers will review the current NYSED core curriculum, the NYSSLS(draft), and the basics of STEM learning to develop a unit focused on Earth's atmosphere and weather basics. Teachers' will collaborate and bring together earth science content, technology, engineering design and math to build an inquiry based unit. Everyday materials and various resources will be used to illustrate concepts and teachers will begin the development of a `tool box' to use in their own classrooms. Teachers are asked to bring materials/resources currently used on this topic.

7. SLS - CCC! Streaming Training Webinar

Program: School Library System

Audience: all educators

Dates: 2/22/2017

Starting Soon
CCC! Streaming is a video streaming service you have free access to through your library's eResources. Join us for an introduction to CCC! Streaming! Learn the basics of creating playlists and bookmarks, search features, reporting, how to incorporate into your lesson plans, and more!

8. Gamification with Technology

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 2/22/2017

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What is gamification? This webinar will dig into the powerful engagement tool of gamification and provide some digital options for teachers to implement in their classrooms.

9. SLS- Evidence at Your Fingertips: Discover New York's Digital Libraries

Program: School Library System

Audience: educators especially for social studies

Dates: 2/22/2017

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"There is an increasing desire to get students closer to the source when studying historical, economic and social issues. Libraries and museums in New York have been digitizing primary sources with the K-12 Community in mind. During this 1-hour instructed webinar, attendees will learn about several freely available digital repositories with a wealth of resources that can be used in the classroom.

10. Centers Remorse: Math Grades 4-7

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/23/2017

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Have you always wanted to come to a math centers workshop, but you just couldn't make it? Here is one more opportunity to put together hands-on centers that are aligned with the New York State Standards.

11. Elementary Principals' Meeting

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/23/2017

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12. SLS - CCC! Streaming Training Webinar

Program: School Library System

Audience: all educators

Dates: 2/23/2017

Starting Soon
CCC! Streaming is a video streaming service you have free access to through your library's eResources. Join us for an introduction to CCC! Streaming! Learn the basics of creating playlists and bookmarks, search features, reporting, how to incorporate into your lesson plans, and more!

13. Science Leadership Meeting-- All content areas

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/24/2017

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These meetings are designed for science teachers to participate in discussions concerning future statewide revisions in science education. NGSS, CC and NYSSLS (draft) standards and updates will be examined. Instructional priorities in grade and subject areas will be developed in order to determine resources and professional development needed as NYSED implements the Strategic Plan for Science. Information sharing, professional practices and curriculum enhancement will be an integral part of the agenda. The meetings will provide a venue for curriculum exploration and teacher interaction in a collegial atmosphere. Teachers will be able to share and communicate science education updates and information with their district colleagues. If possible, each teacher attending is asked to bring an item of interest for the group.

14. Integrated Co-Teaching

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/27/2017

the purpose of this workshop is to provide co-teaching partners with a strong foundation for establishing and maintaining a successful co-teaching partnership and classroom. Co-Teachers will develop knowledge of the six co-teaching models, when each is appropriate and benefits/cautions for each. **Participants should come prepared with current curriculum and/ or resources being use in the classroom.

15. Social Studies Research and Development Team Grade 11

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 2/27/2017

The Prototype for the NEW Global and US History Regents has been rolled out. Now What? Join the R&D team to build a comprehensive "library" of primary sources and other stimuli that addresses all 3 parts of the new Regents Exams in Social Studies. Teachers will commit to 4 meetings this school year to build the virtual library and create the questions that will prepare our students for the new and rigorous assessment.

16. Family and Consumer Science Leadership Meeting

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 2/27/2017

Leaders of FACS will meet.

17. It's All About Respiration!!

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 2/28/2017

Teachers will review the current NYSED core curriculum, the NYSSLS(draft), and the basics of STEM learning to develop a unit focused on the human respiratory system and ways to measure respiratory volumes. Teachers' will collaborate and bring together life science content, technology, engineering design, and math to build an inquiry based STEM unit. Everyday materials and various resources will be used to illustrate concepts and teachers will begin the development of a `tool box' to use in their own classrooms. Teachers are asked to bring materials/resources currently used on this topic.

18. SLS - Text Complexity Made Manageable for High School

Program: School Library System

Audience: Sullivan County Educators

Dates: 2/28/2017

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Learn how to implement text complexity analyses into your instruction. Working with titles used in instruction, and the TeachingBooks.net Text Complexity Toolkit, experience how manageable it is to examine qualitative measures, quantitative measures as well as reader/task considerations. (Please bring a device and 2-3 trade books you are using in your curriculum.) Learning Objective: Attendees will leave this session having researched the specific books used in their classes, deepening conversation and insights into differentiated instruction.

19. Differentiation at the Middle and High School Levels: Strategies to Engage all Learners

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Middle and high school teachers

Dates: 3/1/2017

Academic pressures, time constraints, and the diverse needs of teenagers can made it touch to differentiate instruction in the middle and high school grades. However, you can overcome those challenges! This workshop will focus on how to create a healthy classroom community that embraces students' unique qualities, translate common Core curriculum into learning goals that are fit to be differentiated, uncover students' learning needs and interests and tailor tasks accordingly, and engage all students in learning, regardless of their background, native language, learning style, motivation, or readiness.

20. School Business Officials Mtg

Program: Business Office

Dates: 3/1/2017

Monthly Mtg to Discuss Component and District specific needs
With all the of the time, money, and energy spent on implementing technology in classrooms how do we maximize the potential benefit for students? This webinar will examine this question and provide various tools to make sure you are maximizing your tech ROI.
What is the Inquiry Arc? Why should I know what it is? How can I design lessons that are inquiry based and engaging? This workshop will explore the Inquiry Design Method and the use of compelling and essential questions in your classroom. Leave with a better understanding of how to craft questions for your students that really get them to THINK. This particular session will focus on the Stripling Method of Inquiry and the Information Fluency Continuum. All subjects and grades invited to register.

23. Making Sense of Number Sense 3-5

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/2/2017

Learn strategies to help students increase their fluidity and flexibility with numbers.

24. Making Sense of Number Sense K-2

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/2/2017

Learn strategies to help students increase their fluidity and flexibility with numbers.

25. Unlocking the 3 Ds of the NYSSLS

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 3/2/2017

This is an introductory session to the NGSS/NYSSLS science learning standards. The session will explore the 3 dimensions of the NGSS/NYSSLS(draft) and its implications for science instruction. Participants will begin to develop an understanding of how to plan instruction to meet the intent of the new standards. Curriculum development needs will be examined.

26. Play to Learn

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/2/2017

Check out some amazing web games for student learning, practice, and quizzes!

27. Assessment and Grading Council

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/6/2017

Meeting of the Assessment and Grading Council of the Monticello Central School District. Open to members of the Council only.

28. Initial Bloodbourne Pathogens/Right to Know

Program: Health & Safety Coordination

Dates: 3/7/2017

Initial Bloodbourne Pathogens/Right to Know

29. What is a 21st century educator?

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/7/2017

Just what exactly does it mean to be considered at true 21st century educator? This webinar will look at qualities that make up true 21st century educators and tools get there yourself!
Reading and writing are an integral part of every child's education. Let's explore the ways we can improve literacy skills using Social Studies content. Discover different strategies to engage your learners and begin to design a teaching tool that works for you.

31. Feel the Earth Move!!

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 3/8/2017

Teachers will review the current NYSED core curriculum, the NYSSLS(draft), and the basics of STEM learning to develop a unit focused on Earth's interior and wave theory. Teachers' will collaborate and bring together together earth science content, technology, engineering design and math to build an inquiry based unit. Everyday materials and various resources will be used to illustrate concepts and teachers will begin the development of a `tool box' to use in their own classrooms. Teachers are asked to bring materials/resources currently used on this topic.

32. Schoology

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/8/2017

Schoology is an online learning, classroom management, and social networking platform that improves learning through better communication, collaboration, and increased access to curriculum. The target learners are educators who want to use Schoology as their virtual classroom. This 3 hour workshop will go over the basics of Schoology and get you up and running on either the free or paid versions.

33. Curriculum Deep Dive: Math Grades K-3

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/9/2017

A unique opportunity to fine tune your current curriculum or plan with a new curriculum. Participants will spend time researching and making meaningful enhancements to their programs.

34. SLS - 3rd Quarterly Council Mtg. & Workshop

Program: School Library System

Audience: library personnel

Dates: 3/9/2017

During our meeting, we will be reviewing the Plan of Service.

35. Family and Consumer Science Assessment Project

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/9/2017

Questions will be added to assessment bank.

36. CSE Chairperson Committee Meeting

Program: Special Ed

Audience: CSE Chairperson Committee

Dates: 3/9/2017

CSE Chairperson Committee Meeting

37. SLS - The Bridge Between Textbook, Inquiry, and Technology

Program: School Library System

Audience: educators

Dates: 3/9/2017

During this 1-hour instructed webinar participants will become familiar with a selection of interactive eBooks for grades 3-7. Designed to support New York's local history, culture and government units, the Spotlight on New York series includes instruction and assessments addressing: essential questions, NYS Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) and inquiry and project based learning. TOPICS INCLUDE: Using the eBooks to address diverse learning styles and variety of reading levels, Primary and secondary sources for student analysis, Biographies of key figures, Academic and domain-specific vocabulary and Extensive lesson plans aligned to new SS framework. ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL KNOW AND BE ABLE TO: Identify the Spotlight on NY eBook titles that are available to support the social studies curriculum and NYS CCLS, Access the rich media support that is available in each eBook, and Become familiar with the SoNY Instructional Lesson Planning Guide. The eBooks were purchased by the Sullivan School Library System and are available to all of our district educators and students. There are 14 titles in the series. To access the eBooks go to http://www.rosenlearningcenter.com/. Contact you school librarian for the remote username and password.

38. Secondary Principals' Meeting

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/14/2017

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39. Moving on from Microsoft

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/14/2017

Do you miss Clip Art, formatting, and the functions of Microsoft Office? Google Can Help! This Webinar will help you reclaim your productivity tools!

40. SCCITA

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/15/2017

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41. Social Studies for Elementary School Teachers and Students

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 3/15/2017

Can't find the time in your busy day to teach Social Studies? Are you and your students missing important Social Studies instruction? Register for this workshop if you are interested in putting Social Studies back on the map in your classroom. Explore strategies to integrate ELA and SS. Inquiry frames on engageny and the OU Boces website will be used and adapted/modified to meet the needs of you and your students.

42. SLS - Collaboration Tools in Your NOVELNY/Gale Resources

Program: School Library System

Audience: educators

Dates: 3/15/2017

Have you noticed the sign-In with Google and Microsoft options in your Gale resources? Users can save content to their cloud storage tools and access them anywhere, anytime. In this 1-hour instructed webinar, we'll show what those tools and others can do for you! To demonstrate these collaboration tools we'll use NOVELny databases: Opposing Viewpoints In Context, Kids InfoBits, and General OneFile. Provided by the New York State Library, NOVELny connects New Yorkers to 21st century information. NOVELny is supported with temporary federal Library Services and Technology Act funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Contact you school librarian for the remote username and password.

43. Starting a Classroom Blog

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/15/2017

Empowering students with a classroom blog is a great way to increase engagement and create student interest in writing, but where do you begin? This webinar will look at some different classroom blogging platforms, blog setup, as well different considerations that must be taken in order to get your classroom blog off the ground safely!

44. Elementary Principals' Meeting

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/16/2017

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What does it mean to fluent in math? Why is it important? How and why should it be assessed? We will be addressing these questions as well as dong an online "tour" of fluency resource. Please being a device for internet access. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
In this session, participants will: Identify how second language acquisition and learning disabilities mirror each other; name simple strategies and accommodations to implement before referring an ELL student for special services; name steps to take to differentiate second language acquisition needs from a learning disability. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
Assessment is an important part of the learning process for both teachers and students. Teachers are not limited, however, to doing the assessment on their own. Students can participate in this process in many ways; student assessment and both of those can take different forms and serve a variety of purposes. In this section, we will explore how these assessment techniques can be used and the different forms they may take. We will examine teacher reflection in regards to goal setting for you and your students. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.

48. A Day of Learning, Breakout: Unlocking the 3Ds fo the NYSSLS

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/17/2017

This is an introductory session to the NGSS/NYSSLS science learning standards. The session will explore the three dimensions of the NGSS/NYSSLS and it's implications for science instruction. Participants will begin to develop an understanding of how to plan instruction to meet the intent of the new standards. Curriculum development needs will be examined. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
The new Regents examinations in Social Studies are right around the corner and are much more rigorous and demanding than the current assessments. How can we make sure that we are meeting the needs of our students during this transition? One way we can address the shifts is to discuss the vertical articulation of the Social Studies practices with teachers of all grades. Let's dive deep into WHAT skills each grade level is responsible for teaching, what students need to be demonstrating at each grade level, where there are currently gaps and what goals we can set to make sure that students are getting the support and instruction they need to be successful at those skills. This seminar and workshop will give teachers the platform they need to begin this discussion and start setting goals. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.

50. A Day of Learning, Breakout: Vaulable eResources for Teaching

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/17/2017

Academic pressures, time constraints, and the diverse needs of teenagers can make it tough to differentiate instruction in the middle and high school grades. However, you can overcome those challenges! This workshop will focus on how to create a healthy classroom community that embraces students' unique qualities, translate Common Core curriculum into learning goals that are fit to be differentiated, uncover students' learning needs and interests and tailor tasks accordingly, and engage all students in learning, regardless of their background, native language, learning style, motivation or readiness. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.

51. A Day of Learning, Breakout: Children in Crisis

Program: School Improvement

Audience: teachers, social workers, nurses, other support personnel

Dates: 3/17/2017

This workshop explores the HBO documentary, Weight of the Nation. Childhood obesity is an epidemic that we must come together to address. Join our community partners to increase your awareness and take action! Workshop is afternoon choice. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
This workshop will focus on the new NYSSLS and incorporated the 3Ds into a unit that focuses on the disciplinary core, Matter and Energy in Organisms and Ecosystems. Teachers will collaborate and bring together science content, technology, engineering design and math to build an inquiry based STEM unit. Assessment development will be discussed. Everyday materials various resources will be used to illustrate concepts and teachers will begin the development of a "tool box" to use in their own classrooms. Teachers are asked to bring materials/resources currently used in their respiration unit. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
In this session, participants will: Identify how second language acquisition and learning disabilities mirror each other; name simple strategies and accommodations to implement before referring an ELL student for special services; name steps to take to differentiate second language acquisition needs from a learning disability. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
What does it mean to fluent in math? Why is it important? How and why should it be assessed? We will be addressing these questions as well as dong an online "tour" of fluency resource. Please being a device for internet access. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
Assessment is an important part of the learning process for both teachers and students. Teachers are not limited, however, to doing the assessment on their own. Students can participate in this process in many ways; student assessment and both of those can take different forms and serve a variety of purposes. In this section, we will explore how these assessment techniques can be used and the different forms they may take. We will examine teacher reflection in regards to goal setting for you and your students. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.
The new Regents examinations in Social Studies are right around the corner and are much more rigorous and demanding than the current assessments. How can we make sure that we are meeting the needs of our students during this transition? One way we can address the shifts is to discuss the vertical articulation of the Social Studies practices with teachers of all grades. Let's dive deep into WHAT skills each grade level is responsible for teaching, what students need to be demonstrating at each grade level, where there are currently gaps and what goals we can set to make sure that students are getting the support and instruction they need to be successful at those skills. This seminar and workshop will give teachers the platform they need to begin this discussion and start setting goals. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.

57. A Day of Learning, Breakout: Vaulable eResources for Teaching

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/17/2017

Academic pressures, time constraints, and the diverse needs of teenagers can make it tough to differentiate instruction in the middle and high school grades. However, you can overcome those challenges! This workshop will focus on how to create a healthy classroom community that embraces students' unique qualities, translate Common Core curriculum into learning goals that are fit to be differentiated, uncover students' learning needs and interests and tailor tasks accordingly, and engage all students in learning, regardless of their background, native language, learning style, motivation or readiness. Cost: $80, includes lunch Non-component districts: $100 A Day of Learning is keynote and breakout(s) of own choosing.

58. Assessment and Grading Council

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/20/2017

Meeting of the Assessment and Grading Council of the Monticello Central School District. Open to members of the Council only.
Looking for ways to make teaching writing work for you and your students? This workshop will explore the differences between "school" writing and "real" writing and ways to make both forms work for students. Targeted Audience: Elementary Level General Education and Special Education Teachers

60. QR Codes in the Classroom

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/22/2017

Quick Response (QR) codes are easy to create and have many uses in the classroom. In this webinar, learn how to create Scavenger Hunts, change up your normal routine, have students check their own answers, and save valuable classroom time using QR Codes. Device with QR Reader required for this webinar.

61. Top Edtech Tools for any Device

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/22/2017

This webinar will look at some of my favorite current Edtech tools available on any device!

62. Curriculum Deep Dive: Math Grades 4-8

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/23/2017

A unique opportunity to fine tune your current curriculum or plan with a new curriculum. Participants will spend time researching and making meaningful enhancements to their programs.

63. Putting Together the 3 Ds of the NYSSLS

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 3/23/2017

Participants will review the basics of the 3Ds and begin planning units to use in the upcoming school year. The 3Ds of the NYSSLS(draft) will be bundled and inquiry based units will be developed. Formative assessments will be incorporated into the curriculum work. Participants are asked to bring current lesson plans and ancillary materials that they would like to work with.

64. Tweeter Teacher

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/23/2017

Tweeting and Blogging can be great ways to connect with parents. Utilize these tools to show how you are engaged in your community for your teacher evaluation, or for the intrinsic desire to engage in your community.

65. Science Leadership Meeting All Areas/Grade Levels

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/24/2017

66. Social Studies Leadership Council #3

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 3/29/2017

Become and ambassador for your school or district by attending quarterly meetings to learn about NYSED news and initiatives in the area of Social Studies. Work collaboratively to share exciting teaching strategies, tools and websites. Members of the council will share information they learn with their colleagues and be a "point" person in charge of disseminating pertinent information in Social Studies.

67. Digital Assessment in the Classroom

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 3/31/2017

Assessment driven instruction is key to student success. With quality digital assessment tools, it can be easier and more engaging than ever before. This workshop will look at a variety of different digital assessment tools that are available on any device.

68. SLS - New York City Libraries Tour Dutchess, Sullivan, and Ulster School Library Systems

Program: School Library System

Audience: Sullivan County SLS members only

Dates: 4/1/2017

Location: unless you are using your own transportation

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Join us for a tour of two of NYC’s most famous libraries - The Morgan Library & Museum and the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. The group will take the Metro North Train to/from Beacon to Grand Central. You will have lunch on your own and time to explore in between the tours. AGENDA: 8:50-9:00 Meet at Beacon Metro North Platform (9:08 train to Grand Central) – Don’t be late! 9:00-9:05 Board Metro North Train as a group 9:08 Leave Beacon Train station 10:43 Arrive in Grand Central 10:45 Walk to the Morgan Library & Museum, 225 Madison Ave at 36th Street, New York, NY 10016 Anyone not riding the train should meet at the front entrance of the Morgan on Madison Ave. 11:15-12:45 Morgan Library & Museum - Private docent-led tour including the library and current exhibitions. 12:45-2:45 Lunch on your own 2:50 Meet at the front of the NYPL entrance on 5th Avenue (at the Lions) 3:00-4:30 New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, 476 Fifth Avenue (42nd Street and Fifth Avenue), New York, NY 10018 – Private docent-led tour including the history and architecture of the Schwarzman building (possibly including the new exhibition Love in Venice examining the literary, artistic, musical and cultural aspects of Venice. 4:30-5:05 Walk back to train station, pick up food/drink for train 5:05 Meet at train platform (outside of the train) 5:14-6:42 Train back to Beacon

69. ELA Leadership Group

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/3/2017

ELA leaders will meet.

70. Physical Education Assessment Project

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/3/2017

Physical education teachers will participate in review and development of subject area/ grade level questions that will be incorporated into a question bank. The question bank will be used to create pre- and post- assessments in Sullivan county.

71. Assessment and Grading Council

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/3/2017

Meeting of the Assessment and Grading Council of the Monticello Central School District. Open to members of the Council only.

72. SLS - The Bridge Between Textbook, Inquiry, and Technology

Program: School Library System

Audience: educators

Dates: 4/3/2017

During this 1-hour instructed webinar participants will become familiar with a selection of interactive eBooks for grades 3-7. Designed to support New York's local history, culture and government units, the Spotlight on New York series includes instruction and assessments addressing: essential questions, NYS Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) and inquiry and project based learning. TOPICS INCLUDE: Using the eBooks to address diverse learning styles and variety of reading levels, Primary and secondary sources for student analysis, Biographies of key figures, Academic and domain-specific vocabulary and Extensive lesson plans aligned to new SS framework. ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL KNOW AND BE ABLE TO: Identify the Spotlight on NY eBook titles that are available to support the social studies curriculum and NYS CCLS, Access the rich media support that is available in each eBook, and Become familiar with the SoNY Instructional Lesson Planning Guide. The eBooks were purchased by the Sullivan School Library System and are available to all of our district educators and students. There are 14 titles in the series. To access the eBooks go to http://www.rosenlearningcenter.com/. Contact you school librarian for the remote username and password.

73. Initial Bloodbourne Pathogens/Right to Know

Program: Health & Safety Coordination

Dates: 4/4/2017

Initial Bloodbourne Pathogens/Right to Know

74. Math Leadership Group

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/4/2017

Math leaders from around the county to discuss issues related to the world of math.

75. Social Studies Research and Development Team Grade 9

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 4/4/2017

The Prototype for the NEW Global and US History Regents has been rolled out. Now What? Join the R&D team to build a comprehensive "library" of primary sources and other stimuli that addresses all 3 parts of the new Regents Exams in Social Studies. Teachers will commit to 4 meetings this school year to build the virtual library and create the questions that will prepare our students for the new and rigorous assessment.

76. Health Education Assessment Project

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/4/2017

Health educators will participate in review and development of subject area/ grade level questions that will be incorporated into a question bank. The question bank will be used to create pre- and post- assessments in Sullivan county.

77. Get Students Excited for Summer Reading

Program: School Library System

Audience: educators

Dates: 4/4/2017

" Join us for a 1-hour instructed webinar, highlighting ready to use and custom reading lists. We will share practical examples you can use in your libraries to support summer reading programs. Learning Objective: Create Custom Reading Lists to share with students and families for summer reading programs. Teachingbooks is provided by Sullivan BOCES School Library System funding. "

78. Make Google Great Again

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/4/2017

Learn to add even more functionality to your Google Docs, Forms, and Sheets with Google Add-ons! This webinar is intended for users that are already comfortable using Google Drive.

79. Bring Computer Science to your School

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/5/2017

This workshop is designed for those curious about coding but have little to no experience. Come and explore what coding can look like in your classroom. You will be introduced to computer science in a format that's fun and accessible to all learners.

80. SCCITA

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/5/2017

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81. Social Studies Research and Development Team Grade 10

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 4/5/2017

The Prototype for the NEW Global and US History Regents has been rolled out. Now What? Join the R&D team to build a comprehensive "library" of primary sources and other stimuli that addresses all 3 parts of the new Regents Exams in Social Studies. Teachers will commit to 4 meetings this school year to build the virtual library and create the questions that will prepare our students for the new and rigorous assessment.

82. Science Assessment Project -- All Areas

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/5/2017

These meetings are designed for science teachers to participate in discussions concerning future statewide revisions in science education. NGSS, CC and NYSSLS (draft) standards and updates will be examined. Instructional priorities in grade and subject areas will be developed in order to determine resources and professional development needed as NYSED implements the Strategic Plan for Science. Information sharing, professional practices and curriculum enhancement will be an integral part of the agenda. The meetings will provide a venue for curriculum exploration and teacher interaction in a collegial atmosphere. Teachers will be able to share and communicate science education updates and information with their district colleagues. If possible, each teacher attending is asked to bring an item of interest for the group.

83. Teaching in the 1:1 Environment

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/5/2017

So you have 1:1 devices in your classroom"¦ now what? This webinar will explore ways to improve your instruction with access to one-to-one student devices.

84. Social Studies Research and Development Team Grade 11

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 4/6/2017

The Prototype for the NEW Global and US History Regents has been rolled out. Now What? Join the R&D team to build a comprehensive "library" of primary sources and other stimuli that addresses all 3 parts of the new Regents Exams in Social Studies. Teachers will commit to 4 meetings this school year to build the virtual library and create the questions that will prepare our students for the new and rigorous assessment.

85. Vertical Alignment: Math Grades K, 2, 4 and 6

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/6/2017

Why am I teaching it this way? Take a journey through the standards and collaborate with teachers from other grades while we examine the progression of each state standard.

86. Family and Consumer Science Assessment Project

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/6/2017

Questions will be added to assessment bank.

87. CSE Chairperson Committee Meeting

Program: Special Ed

Audience: CSE Chairperson Committee

Dates: 4/6/2017

CSE Chairperson Committee Meeting

88. School Business Officials Mtg

Program: Business Office

Dates: 4/12/2017

Monthly Mtg to Discuss Component and District specific needs

89. Intro to Google Apps for Education

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/19/2017

In this webinar, we will investigate the benefits of using Google Chrome as your default web browser and learn to install extensions. Then, we will look at ways to use Google Docs, Forms, Calendar, and Gmail to improve your teaching, as well as some additional applications beyond the core Google Suite.

90. Elementary Principals' Meeting

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/20/2017

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91. Let's Look at Earth Systems: Erosion!!!

Program: Sullivan County Teacher Center

Dates: 4/20/2017

92. Tech Tool Showcase

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/20/2017

Speed around the web collecting resources that you can use tomorrow in your class!

93. Engaging and Challenging Your Gifted Students

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/21/2017

" Discover how to identify and engage your gifted and talented students! Though nearly five million students qualify for gifted and talented education in the US, many exceptional learners "fly under the radar." Because they are not appropriately challenged in the classroom, they may never meet their full potential-in school or in life. This workshop is designed to equip classroom teachers with information and strategies to spot, advocate for, engage, and challenge exceptional learners in their classrooms. Participants will learn how to recognize the challenges of each child, identify the five unexpected traits of exceptional learners, and adjust your teaching to meet the needs of all learners. Targeted Audience: K-12 Teachers

94. Gamification Options for the Classroom

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/21/2017

Learn some different options for gamifying your classroom using technology.  Tools will be given for any device.

95. LOTE Leadership Group

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/21/2017

Lote leaders will meet.

96. AP Council

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/24/2017

97. DBT Outcomes and Feedback

Program: Special Ed

Audience: Mental Health Professionals working in schools

Dates: 4/25/2017

This training presents a simple algorithm to assist teachers in determining whether to ignore a behavior, or shape an alternative behavior. It will present Mental Health Professionals with a worksheet they can use with teachers to support them in successfully shaping student behaviors to reinforce new skill use in children and help teachers to avoid inadvertently reinforcing undesirable behaviors.

98. Secondary Principals' Meeting

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/25/2017

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99. Making the Most of Google

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 4/25/2017

Starting to get comfortable using Google apps? Let's step it up a notch. This webinar will go deeper into the use of the Docs Suite, Gmail, and calendar, as well as taking a look at Google Sites, Forms, MyMaps, and more.

100. SLS - Nat'l Library of Medicine's Online Playground: K-12 Science and Health Education Resources

Program: School Library System

Audience: K-12 Science and Health Teachers

Dates: 4/25/2017

Location: NA

This presentation will introduce free K-12 resources from the National Library of Medicine (NLM). Resources span a variety of subjects including biology, careers, chemistry, environmental health, forensics and medical technology, general health, genetics, health information tutorials, and HIV/AIDS.

101. DASA Share Groups

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Building and district DASA coordinators

Dates: 4/26/2017

The Dignity for All Students Act was enacted in 2012. It is a state law to ensure all public schools adopt a comprehensive approach to foster for all students a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying. This "share" group will meet quarterly to discuss and share efforts made in their schools and districts to better ensure this environment.