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Topic of CourseProgram TitleProgram Description (please limit to 50 words)Start DateEnd DateFormat and Times, please include ALL meeting dates and times if more than one (i.e. synchronous 4-6pm, asynchronous online - any time)CTLE Hours (number only)Registration Link or InformationTeacher Center Contact NameContact EmailTeacher Center Name
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Teaching StrategiesALL902.Classroom Management and Agency (Grant Funded)Classroom Management requires both pre-planning and responsiveness with dignity. Do you know why Classroom Management is an on-going issue? Do you know how to plan for it proactively and how to address issues effectively and with dignity? Brophy and Everson (2000) state, "…probably the most important point to bear in mind is that almost all surveys of teacher effectiveness report that classroom management skills are of primary importance in determining teacher success, whether it is measured by student learning or by ratings.” Join our professional learning community to discuss ways to organize your classroom, establish rules and procedures, focus student attention during your explicit instruction, and conduct whole class, small groups, and independent learning. As you engage with the content via discussion, readings, and videos, you will have opportunities to plan and create materials to use in your own classrooms. This course will be 5 hour synchronous and 1 hour asynchronous.9/10/202210/6/20229/10/22 9:00 am-12 pm and 10/6/22 4:40-6:30 pm6https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4146349&D=13687Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching StrategiesHPE503. Put on Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Begin the Year Taking Care of Yourself(Grant-Funded)As teachers, we often sacrifice our well-being to support our student's social, emotional, and academic needs. It has never been more important to focus on our well-being, minimize stress, and avoid burnout for ourselves, colleagues, and students.
This workshop will remind, support, and encourage participants to take time and build in the breaks that help them refresh and rejuvenate. Listen to the flight attendant: secure your oxygen mask first!
9/15/20229/15/2022Synchronous 4:15-6:15 pm2https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=13687&I=4139676Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgThe Teacher Center of Central Westchester
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NYS Next Gen StandardsMST202.Tradebook Science: Integrating Science and Literacy(Grant-Funded)The idea of combining content areas is not new to elementary educators. Often, in an attempt to create a learning space for science, teachers have relied on making connections to other subject areas to enhance or enrich science learning experiences. Let's delve into how to incorporate trade books and other literacy skills to support science learning. Throughout the course, teachers will hone in on NGSS/NYSSLS (New York State Science Learning Standards), three-dimensional teaching, while building authentic, purposeful classroom experiences that support your students.9/22/202210/20/20229/22, 9/28, 10/6, 10/13,/10/20 6:15-8:15 pm15https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=13687&I=4139673Toni GamilsToni GamilsTeacher Center of Central Westchester
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Teaching StrategiesMST210. Mathematics Mini-Conference Offered by TCCW, Cornell University Department of Mathematics, & NYS Master Teachers(grant-funded)The benefits of attending math conferences for teachers are tremendous and can significantly shape the way you evolve as an educator. Join us for a day of sharing, learning, and collaborating. Robert Sun of Suntex International will present "Addressing Students' Math Anxiety: He will share strategies that will help teachers find the root cause of why children are anxious about mathematics and how to eliminate it. Kristin LeBeau will facilitate session two, "Evaluating What We Value." This session will provide ideas on evaluating what we say and value beyond the mathematics content. Toni Gamils will engage participants in a "hands-on" session for all grade levels, "Connecting Art and Mathematics in our Classrooms. Participants will receive handouts and materials before the conference. When registering for this conference, please complete the pre-conference form included in this conference description at https://cornell.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cBlNOcxkaRkmqq210/1/202210/1/202210/1/22 9:00 am-2:205.5https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=13687&I=4178066Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching Strategies- LOTE 101. Crash Course to Learn About Multi-language Learners K-6 (grant funded)As the number of MLLs (Multi-language Learners)has grown in our schools, every teacher will at some point have an MLL in her/his classroom. In this workshop you will learn the process of identifying MLLs in NYS. We will discuss the terminology used, English language levels, testing accommodations, translation apps, and the importance of family communication. This workshop will help you support the student and the family as they enter our school system.10/11/202210/18/202210/11 & 10/18 6:30-8:30 pm4https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4109621&D=13687Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching StrategiesMST205. Scavenger Hunt + Math= Fun! (Grant FundedParticipants will experience a Scavenger Hunt from a student's perspective and then learn how to design their Scavenger Hunts. We will also discuss the implementation of scavenger hunts in various spaces: classroom, outdoor, and virtual. Dr. Irina Lyublinskaya has taught at the university and high school levels for over 30 years. She receives various awards for teaching excellence, including the Radioshack/Tandy Prize for Teaching Excellence in Mathematics, Science, and Computer Science, NSTA Distinguished Science Teaching Award.10/12/202210/12/202210/12/22 5:00-6:30 pm1.5https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4161379&D=13687Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Culturally Responsive EducationHPE501.Talking to Young Children About Race: An Evidence-Based Workshop on Anti-racist Teaching(Grant-Funded)Teachers have a critical role to play in the movement against racism: Raising anti-racist children. Research shows that, in the absence of explicit guidance, children may resort to cognitively 'default' ways of reasoning about the world, which may lead them to draw prejudiced conclusions. In this workshop, we'll review psychological research on how young children think about race and how racial prejudice develops. We'll use this research to identify some concrete 'do's' and 'don'ts' for talking about race and racism with students (focused on preschoolers through elementary schoolers). You'll emerge from our safe space feeling prepared, and even excited, to have these important conversations with young children.10/13/202210/13/202210/13- 7-8:30 pm1.5https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4139675&D=13687Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching StrategiesELA 304. Literacy Mini-Conference: How Equity in Reading Can Move Your Students Forward(Grant-Funded)Join us from the comfort of your own home for a morning of literacy learning. Our focus will be on equity within reading, including the Sciences of Reading. You will have the honor of learning from three nationally recognized experts including: Dr. Rachael Gabriel, Maria Campanario, and Patty McGee. In our first ever literacy mini conference we will offer three workshops running about one hour each. Join us for one, two or stay for all three!! Giveaways to some participants!10/15/202210/15/20229:00 am-1:00 pm4https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=13687&I=4176590Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching StrategiesELA 302. Using High Quality Children's Literature to Engage Students to Support Social Emotional Learning and Student Voice(Grant-Funded)In this course, participants will be exposed to high quality, relevant, and memorable children's literature. Books will include graphic novels, picture books and novels. A variety of activities will be shared and developed that will emphasize issues such as social emotional learning; student voice, self-expression and self-discovery. Four hours will be synchronous and there will be two hours asynchronous.10/19/202210/26/202210/19 and 10/26 ,6-8 pm6https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4167005&D=13687Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching StrategiesELA 303. Book Study: Using Jennifer Serravallo's The Reading Strategies Book: Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Readers(Grant-Funded)Teachers know the power of Jennifer Serravallo's instructional moves and strategies in moving readers forward. Come and study with us using The Reading Strategies Book: Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Readers. Her book provides 300 of the best strategies to support readers in 13 different goals. Goals include: reading engagement, fluency, supporting fiction and nonfiction comprehension, understanding themes and ideas, and writing about reading. The strategy toolkit that you will create will fit well into your everyday practices. This 15-hour course will be a combination of synchronous and asynchronous hours. The book will be provided to the first 12 participants from NYS who register.10/20/202211/17/202210/20, 10/27, 11/10, 11/17 4-6 pm15https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4168885&D=13687Toni Gamilstgamils@teachercentercw.orgTCCW
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Teaching StrategiesMath & Movement for K-6 Grade Physical Educators-OnlineAre you being asked to incorporate more math into your Physical Education Curriculum? Come learn how Math & Movement can teach physical education skills and improve math skills all at the same time! Learn several techniques for warm-ups, assessments, and activities that will work on P.E. skills and also allow students to have intentional and vigorous math practice! Math & Movement is a kinesthetic approach to teaching and practicing math skills that fits perfectly into Physical Education. All participants will receive the Math & Movement Training Manual for K-5 Physical Education (e-Book) ($29.95 value!)11/16/202211/16/2022Synchronous Meeting on Wednesday, November 16th from 4-5pm1https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4128506&D=10970Kristine Cucinellokristine@mestract.orgMESTRACT
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Students with Disabilities ExtensionLINC-NYSTC SWD Certification Extension Course in BiologyTeachers will deepen their knowledge of Biology content and concepts. Objectives for learning align with the competencies detailed in the NYS Content Specialty Test in Biology (2018). Through self-assessment protocols and with the guidance of a content specialist and current practitioner, teachers will strengthen their knowledge of complex biology structures, systems and processes and sharpen their expertise in the mathematics and literacy skills used in the discipline of science. They will identify individual skill challenges and engage in research-based learning strategies to address gaps. Teachers will practice applications of content using elements of Next Generation Science Standards to achieve proficiency in Biology.10/11/20221/19/2023Thursdays 6-7:30 pm on 10/11, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8, 12/15,1/5, 1/12, 1/1945https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4221678&D=10970Wendy Svitek/Kristine Cucinellolinetworktc@gmail.comLong Island Network of Teacher Centers (LINC)
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Students with Disabilities ExtensionLINC-NYSTC SWD Certification Extension Course in ELAThrough this 45-hour program, teachers will deepen their knowledge of thinking, reading, writing, listening and speaking to understand English at the secondary level in order to foster lifelong literacy skills. Objectives for learning align with the competencies detailed in the NYS Content Specialty Test in English Language Arts (2014) and as further refined in the NYS Next Generation Standards for English Language Arts. Through self-assessment protocols and with the guidance of a content specialist and current practitioner, teachers will strengthen their knowledge of these skill domains through analysis of standards and models. They will identify individual skill challenges and engage in research-based learning strategies to address gaps. Teachers will practice thinking about, reading, and listening to complex texts from multiple and diverse perspectives while demonstrating proficiency in writing and speaking effectively for a variety of purposes.10/12/20221/25/2023Synchronous 6-7:30 pm on Wednesdays, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/30, 12/7, 12/14, 12/21, 1/4, 1/11, 1/1845https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4221985&D=10970Wendy Svitek/Kristine Cucinellolinetworktc@gmail.comLong Island Network of Teacher Centers (LINC)
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Teaching StrategiesLINC "The New Assistive Tech: Make Learning Awesome for All" Book StudyThis book study will help educators get a better understanding of assistive technology in an educational setting. The author focuses on how to develop a consistent approach for choosing technology to design accessible, inclusive, educational experiences for the benefit of students. Technology is ever evolving as are all successful educators. Each week participants will read required chapters, participate in discussions, and complete activities that can be applied to their classrooms. This class will meet both synchronously (5 hours) and asynchronously (10 hours).

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An electronic copy of the book will be provided "The New Assistive Tech: Make Learning Awesome for All" by Christopher R. Bugaj
10/17/202211/16/2022Synchronous meetings Mondays from 4:30-5:30 pm 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/1415https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4221950&D=10970Wendy Svitek/Kristine Cucinellolinetworktc@gmail.comLong Island Network of Teacher Centers (LINC)
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Students with Disabilities ExtensionLINC-NYSTC SWD Certification Extension Course in MathTeachers will deepen their knowledge and skill in Secondary Mathematical Content and Practices. Objectives for learning align with the competencies detailed in the NYS Content Specialty Test in Mathematics (2018). Through self-assessment protocols and with the guidance of a content specialist and current practitioner, teachers will strengthen their knowledge of mathematical standards. They will identify individual skill challenges and engage in research-based learning strategies to address gaps. Teachers will practice applying content that is centered in fundamental math practices to achieve proficiency in Mathematics.10/12/20221/18/2023synchronous 6-9 pm on 10/12, 6-7:30 pm on 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/30, 12/7, 12/14, 1/4. 1/11, 1/1845https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=10970&I=4221983Wendy Svitek/Kristine Cucinellolinetworktc@gmail.comLong Island Network of Teacher Centers (LINC)
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Teaching StrategiesMath & Movement for K-6 Grade Physical Educators-OnlineAre you being asked to incorporate more math into your Physical Education Curriculum? Come learn how Math & Movement can teach physical education skills and improve math skills all at the same time! Learn several techniques for warm-ups, assessments, and activities that will work on P.E. skills and also allow students to have intentional and vigorous math practice! Math & Movement is a kinesthetic approach to teaching and practicing math skills that fits perfectly into Physical Education.

Target Audience: PreK-6 Physical Education Teachers

All participants will receive the Math & Movement Training Manual for K-5 Physical Education (e-Book) ($29.95 value!)

Please note: District approval is needed for in-service credit. (1 CTLE Hour)
11/16/202211/16/2022synchronous 4-5 pm on 11/16/221https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=4128506&D=10970Kristine Cucinellokristine@mestract.orgMESTRACT
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