BOCES and Teacher Center Workshops

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January 2018

Molloy College Ed Tech Specialist Certification Program

The Educational Technology Specialist Certification Pathway: Additional Classroom Teaching Certificate courses are designed for teachers who hold a Valid New York State Teaching Certificate and wish to earn Educational Technology Specialist Certification without having to earn an additional degree. Teachers can take these courses for professional development without going for certification. Courses will start this [...]

Educational Technology Badge Program

Educational Technology Badge Program - 18 Credits In this program teachers will take a total of 6 courses to complete the two badges in Educational Technology: Educational Technology Curriculum Design and Online & Blended Learning.  These courses will show teachers how to fully integrate technology into their own curriculum. Students will also have the option [...]

Educational Technology Program

Stony Brook University can help you gain the skills you need to fully integrate emerging technologies into your teaching. In our advanced graduate certificate and non-credit programs, teachers can learn how to effectively use computer applications within their classes, develop technology-based projects, create websites, get started with podcasting, integrate Skype and distance learning platforms, understand video- and photo-editing, and utilize [...]

Come Create and Celebrate Code!

Welcome to the 21st century classroom! Give your students the opportunity to learn the basics of computer science. Computer science nurtures creativity and develops problem solving skills that will help prepare your students for any future career!

The Smart Decision – Incorporating Smartphones into Classroom Instruction

"If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." Let's face it, smartphones are an important part of everyone's lives and when teaching students, they are most likely distracted by what is on their device. This course will help educators develop ideas in how they can incorporate phones into their lessons. Together, we will: 1) Explore the pros of using smartphones [...]

NYS Science Learning Standards: A Slightly Deeper Dive

Schools in New York are in the early stages of implementing The New York State P-12 Science Learning Standards (NYSSLS). For those that attended prior workshops or have a basic familiarity with the new science standards, this full day workshop will take a deeper dive into how that implementation can be addressed. Participants will continue to build an understanding [...]

Google Geo Tools: Google Maps, Earth Online, TourBuilder and Cardboard

Not just for social studies...Google’s geography tools help all students visualize and understand the world around them. Google Maps allows students to explore every corner of the world through satellite imagery and immersive panoramas. Google Earth enables students to explore the globe with a swipe of your finger; students can fly through 3D cities like London, Tokyo and [...]

Brain-Compatible Learning: How Do We Learn?

Learn about brain-compatible learning, memory, and metacognition. Learn how to create brain-compatible lessons and plan your next unit using a brain-compatible model. • Session 1: What is brain-compatible learning? How do we learn? • Session 2: Creating brain-compatible lesson plans • Session 3: Memory • Session 4: Metacognition • Session 5: Create full lessons with brain-compatible lessons, [...]

The Power of the Pen: Reading and Writing and Connecting

A 15 Hour Workshop Series for K-12 Teachers. In this workshop series, teachers look at ways to guide students to effectively generate a range of writing with an eye towards helping them establish control of different genres. This workshop explores how students can use low-stakes writing approaches as tools for understanding fiction and non-fiction. Techniques for teaching argument writing, as [...]

Beyond Assessments for Learning: Assessments that Improve Learning

On March 20, 2018, Dr. Guskey will be presenting a full-day workshop entitled Beyond Assessments for Learning: Assessments that Improve Learning.  I have attached the workshop flyer.  The Center is hosting this exciting workshop at no cost to participating districts.  The $30 fee covers the cost of breakfast and lunch.  In addition, each participant will receive a copy [...]