Upcoming Events

TUESDAY, NOV 28, 2017

6:00 PM

Prospective Teacher Info Session at TEP
Interested in applying for a teaching position at The Equity Project (TEP) Charter School? Attend an in-person information session with TEP's Principal, Zeke Vanderhoek. Take a tour of the school, and learn more about the teacher application process and teaching at TEP. Positions open for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, or 2nd Grade as well as all our middle school subjects. RSVP here: http://www.tepcharter.org/session-for-teachers.php
WHEN:

Nov. 28, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

WHERE:

4280 Broadway 2nd floor NY, NY 10033

CONTACT INFORMATION:

The Equity Project (TEP)Charter School

212 328 1775

COST:

Free

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WEDNESDAY, NOV 29, 2017

8:00 AM

Collaborative & Proactive Solutions to Challenging Behavior
Presented by Dr. Ross Greene Dr. Greene will describe the key themes of the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions model, along with the assessment instrumentation and the methodology for solving problems collaboratively. Attendees will learn to: • Describe how different explanations for and interpretations of challenging behavior in kids can lead to dramatically different approaches to intervention, and why conventional reward and punishment procedures may not be effective for many challenging kids • Identify and assess the various cognitive skills that are central to adaptively handling life’s social, emotional, and behavioral challenges • Identify and prioritize unsolved problems precipitating challenging behavior • Describe the three basic mechanisms by which adults handle unsolved problems and unmet expectations in kids (Plans A, B, and C) and what is accomplished by each, and the three steps or “ingredients” of Plan B • Describe how to effectively implement Plan B to solve problems, teach skills, and reduce the frequency and intensity of challenging behavior Strand: Mini-Conference: Behavior Supports, Culturally Responsive Teaching, and Social/Emotional Learning Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders, Related Service Providers Suggested Grade Level: All REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

375.00

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THURSDAY, NOV 30, 2017

9:00 AM

Data-Based Problem-Solving using Multi-Tierd Systems of Support (MTSS)
Presented By: Megan Davis-Hitchens Ohlssen Multi-Tierd Systems of Support (MTSS) is an evidence-based model that uses data-based decision-making to integrate academic and behavioral instruction/intervention. It goes beyond RTI in that it encompasses the role of adults and systems within the school building. Student data is not just used to drive student interventions, but also adult support, ongoing professional development, leadership needs, and more. This session will review key components of MTSS, explore the use of student data to drive staff development, and provide participants with opportunities to practice data-based decision making beyond the RTI framework. Strand: Workshop – Staff Development, Tier 1 Supports & Systems Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders Suggested Grade Level: All REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHERE:

111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

325.00

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12:00 PM

Know Your Rights In the School Disciplinary Process
Basic rights for students when suspended from school.
WHEN:

Nov. 30, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

WHERE:

http://www.includenyc.org/resources/includenyc-live/know-your-rights-in-the-school-disciplinary-process-presented-by-long-islan

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Long Island Advocacy Center

212-677-4650

COST:

Free

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SATURDAY, DEC 2, 2017

8:30 AM

College Prep Parent Conference
College Goal New York & the NYC/NYS Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network are proud to partner with Hispanic Federation, who will conduct a presentation for Parents of English Language Learners entitled " College Prep. " The College Prep portion of Pathways is designed to motivate parents to be involved in their children’s college prep process. Pathways helps create a path to academic success by specifically educating our parents on: • The advantages of a college education. • The significance of developing relationships with school counselors. • Helping youth prepare for college entrance exams. • The importance of advance placement and extracurricular activities and the critical nature of the junior year. • Completing the actual application process. • Different websites and opportunities to receive financial aid and scholarships. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
WHEN:

Dec. 2, 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

WHERE:

Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus

CONTACT INFORMATION:

James F. Rodriguez

866-509-5921

COST:

FREE

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MONDAY, DEC 4, 2017

12:00 PM

ELL COP Working Group
Presented By: Melissa Katz This is an ongoing working group that will meet periodically throughout the school year . This session will immediately follow the 12/04 “Code Meshing” workshop. Attendees will be able to network with other ELL support staff, share best practices and resources, and explore the topic of outstanding ELL supports. Strand: ELL Training/Best Practices Suggested Audience: ELL Coordinators, ELL Teachers **This event is seat free for members of the NYC Special Education Collaborative and will be part of an ongoing working group. Non-member seats are $225.00 REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

225.00

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1:00 PM

Code-Meshing as Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy
Presented By: Pamela Jones It is the rare person who speaks a single language variety! As our students come to us with a range of language resources, we must adopt frames of mind and pedagogical approaches designed to utilize their full linguistic repertoires and challenge approaches that privilege Standard English at the expense of students’ heritage languages. In this workshop, we will expand our notions of what constitutes a language, examine our language biases, consider how to delve deeply into our students’ language knowledge, and use code-meshing to increase points of entry for our students. Young, Martinez, and Naviaux (2011) define code-meshing as a way to “promote the linguistic democracy of English and to increase the acquisition and egalitarian, effective use of English in school…” (p. xx). I consider code-meshing to be what Paris (2012) calls a culturally sustaining pedagogy, which he contends “seeks to perpetuate and foster—to sustain—linguistic, literate, and cultural pluralism as part of the democratic project of schooling” (p. 93). Working through a lens whereby code-meshing encourages students to “blend language and identities” (Young, Martinez, & Naviaux, p. xxiv), participants in this workshop will analyze samples of code-meshing, practice generating code-meshing samples from their own language systems, and consider how to apply code-meshing to an aspect of their teaching practice. Strand: ELL Instruction Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders, Related Service Providers, Social Workers/Counselors, Paraprofessionals Suggested Grade Level: All
WHEN:

Dec. 4, 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

225.00

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TUESDAY, DEC 5, 2017

6:15 PM

Classroom Management: Winning Hearts & Minds [Workshop]
Classroom management depends on building positive relationships, identifying and leveraging student motivations, and creating warm and welcoming support structures and routines. Learn from two experienced and model NYC public school teachers and leaders. RSVP: https://heartsandminds-dec-2017.eventbrite.com/?aff=chalkbeat Hosted by Selected (https://www.getselected.co), an online matching platform for teachers and schools.
WHEN:

Dec. 5, 6:15 PM to 7:45 PM

WHERE:

601 W 26th St, Suite #325 NYC 10001

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Waine Tam

6468832248

COST:

Free

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WEDNESDAY, DEC 6, 2017

9:00 AM

Collaboration Between Teachers and Therapists to Help Children Improve Sensory Behaviors and Self Regulation
Presented by Prudence Heisler & Paula McCreedy This session will assist teachers in their collaborative efforts with occupational therapist to recognize and understand the adaptive and distressed sensory signals from the children in their classrooms. An overview of sensory processing functions and systems will be provided. Strategies to capitalize on a child’s inner strength will be explored. Ideas about the importance of the environment and classroom design to promote independence in self-regulation will be exchanged Strand: Inclusive Practices Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Related Service Providers, Social Workers/Counselors, Paraprofessionals Suggested Grade Level: Elementary School REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 6, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

325.00

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6:15 PM

Introduction to Responsive Classroom [Workshop]
The Responsive Classroom approach to teaching emphasizes academic, social, and emotional growth in a strong school community. How children learn is as important as what they learn, and that academic success is inextricably tied to building social-emotional competencies. The 'intro' workshop will highlight the core components of the Responsive Classroom approach. Free RSVP: https://responsive-classrooms-101-dec-2017.eventbrite.com/?aff=chalkbeat Co-hosted by Responsive Classroom (https://www.responsiveclassroom.org) and Selected (https://www.getselected.co), an online matching platform for teachers and schools.
WHEN:

Dec. 6, 6:15 PM to 7:45 PM

WHERE:

601 W 26th St, Suite #325 NYC 10001

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Waine Tam

6468832248

COST:

Free

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THURSDAY, DEC 7, 2017

7:30 AM

PEBC Superintendent Forum
A Q&A with several urban and rural Superintendents will come together to share about education issues
WHERE:

Seawell Grand Ballroom @ DCPS

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Natalie Newton

720-502-4320 or 303-905-1900

COST:

$35 per person or sponsorship opportunities are avaliable

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1:00 PM

Differentiating Writing Instruction in a Co-taught Classroom
This workshop is designed for co-teachers who want to more effectively use two teachers to meet the needs of all writers. Teachers will learn how to use data to create groupings and drive conferences, inform CTT structures, and differentiate the writing process. This workshop is designed for teachers in 3rd-12th grade. Presented by Anna Reeve Strand: Instruction and Intervention Supports Suggested Audience: Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, ELL Teachers Suggested Grade Level: 3rd-12th Grade REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 7, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

225.00

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5:00 PM

Allies for Racial Justice White Affinity Group
This will be an informal group discussion for white educators who would like to develop their racial identities while simultaneously becoming more effective anti-racist allies for students and colleagues of color. We will engage in dialogue around identifying and understanding white privilege and how to engage in conversations around race so that we do not perpetuate racial injustice in our schools and classrooms. This group was started in the 2016-2017 school year, is ongoing, and welcomes new participants to drop in. Presented by Anna Reeve Strand: Behavior Supports, Culturally Responsive Teaching, and Social/Emotional Learning Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders, Operations Leads, Related Service Providers, Social Workers/Counselors, Paraprofessionals Suggested Grade Level: All **This event is seat-free for members of the NYC Special Education Collaborative! Non-members: $325.00 REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 7, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

325.00

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5:00 PM

Allies for Racial Justice White Affinity Group
This will be an informal group discussion for white educators who would like to develop their racial identities while simultaneously becoming more effective anti-racist allies for students and colleagues of color. We will engage in dialogue around identifying and understanding white privilege and how to engage in conversations around race so that we do not perpetuate racial injustice in our schools and classrooms. This group was started in the 2016-2017 school year, is ongoing, and welcomes new participants to drop in. Presented by Anna Reeve Strand: Behavior Supports, Culturally Responsive Teaching, and Social/Emotional Learning Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders, Operations Leads, Related Service Providers, Social Workers/Counselors, Paraprofessionals Suggested Grade Level: All **This event is seat-free for members of the NYC Special Education Collaborative! Non-members: $325.00 REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 7, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

325.00

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6:00 PM

Travel Fair: a showcase of student travel opportunities
The event is free and open to the public, with more than 20 vendors, representing language immersion, travel, gap year and service opportunities (national as well as international) for students from elementary to high school. In addition, expect FOOD! DCIS teachers and students with upcoming trips will be selling food to raise funds.
WHEN:

Dec. 7, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

WHERE:

DCIS Baker (574 W 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80204).

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Marie Meyer

3039134845

COST:

FREE

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7:00 PM

Show Mem the Money: The Education Edition
Join High Ground News, Chalkbeat Tennessee and MLK50: Justice Through Journalism on Dec. 7 for “Show Mem The Money: The Education Edition,” a conversation with Memphis education leaders about how the business of education can be an economic driver for women- and black-owned businesses as one of the city’s largest employers. The event is the third in a series of discussions about racial and economic inequality in Memphis. We’ll seek to answer: What role do educators play in promoting economic equity in Memphis business? The discussion will start on Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. at a to-be-finalized location. Check back soon.   Panelists will include representatives from:
  • Shelby County Schools;
  • Castle Black Construction;
  • Freedom Prep.
WHERE:

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Chalkbeat Tennessee

COST:

Free

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FRIDAY, DEC 8, 2017

8:45 AM

Safe and Sound Schools Conference
The Safe and Sound Schools Conference, hosted annually by Bank Street College of Education, is a day of collaboration and study of Emotionally Responsive Practice as part of the Community of Safe and Sound Schools Initiative. This annual conference is for elementary schools and early childhood programs that want to make sure that teachers, social workers, and administrators have a deep understanding of child development, social and emotional foundations for learning, parent engagement, and mastery of supportive techniques for building a safe and empathic school community. The event will include a keynote presentation and several breakout sessions for participants. Participants will receive 6 Social Work CE credits, 6 Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) Hours, or 0.6 Continuing Education Unit. To learn more and to register, please visit bankstreet.edu/safesound17.
WHEN:

Dec. 8, 8:45 AM to 4:30 PM

WHERE:

Bank Street College of Education, 610 West 112th Street, New York, NY 10025

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Lesley Koplow

212-961-3430

COST:

$200 – $9,500

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9:00 AM

Analyzing Curriculum for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students – Part 2
This second of a two-part series will help educators practice tools and gain knowledge around how to examine and change their curriculum to better support CLD students and feel empowered to advocate to make those changes. Presented By: Sarah Ottow Strand: ELL Instruction Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders Suggested Grade Level: All Members of the NYC Special Education Collaborative can send unlimited staff to “ELL Instruction” events. Non-member fee is $300.00 per attendee. REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 8, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

300.00

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SATURDAY, DEC 9, 2017

10:00 AM

Charter Middle & High School Fair
As NYC families are still making middle and high school choices, all are invited to explore charter schools as an option! Come meet representatives from nearly 40 public charter middle and high schools throughout NYC now accepting applications for grades 6-12. Get your questions answered and apply in person or online to multiple schools. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/events/1944693559114519/.
WHEN:

Dec. 9, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

WHERE:

Broome Street Academy - 555 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Kayla Turner

2124378337

COST:

Free and open to all families!

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TUESDAY, DEC 12, 2017

9:00 AM

Access for All: Making Math Visual
When we think back to our own mathematical learning experiences, we often recall vivid emotions of anxiety. In this session, participants will unpack the impact of those experiences on teaching and learning to gain strategies to make mathematical concepts more tangible and concrete through the use of visual representations. Presented by Jessica Willm Strand: Instruction and Intervention Supports Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders Suggested Grade Level: Elementary, Middle School REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 12, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

0.00

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WEDNESDAY, DEC 13, 2017

9:00 AM

Transforming School Culture Framework
This session will focus on the Transforming School Culture Framework developed by Dr. Anthony Muhammad in the book Transforming School Culture: How to Overcome Staff Division. This theoretical framework helps educators understand the dynamics of school culture from a sociological, psychological, anthropological, political, historical, and economic lens. This framework simplifies the work of transforming school culture through understanding patterns of behavior that support and undermine the development of school culture. Presented by Dr. Anthony Muhammad Strand: Mini-Conference: Tier 1 Supports & Systems Suggested Audience: Deans/Coaches, School Leaders, Operations Leads, Teachers Suggested Grade Level: All REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 13, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

0.00

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THURSDAY, DEC 14, 2017

9:00 AM

Execu-Sensory & Neuropedagogy Session 2: The Body Expansion
Participants are expected to familiarize the utilization of a teaching and learning human body as a medium between the mind and the brain; how Sensory Integration Theory, Emotional and Multiple Intelligences Theoretical applications are set the stage for an educator and learner to participate in choices affecting their learning styles and output. It will review important considerations for creating multi-sensory classroom for learners of various intelligences and learning styles. Participants will also workshop on how the isolated externalized behaviors that come from the diverse populations may originate from the way a student is processing their sensory school and community environment. Presented By: Dechantal Montano & Sara Naegele Strand: Staff Development Suggested Audience: General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, Deans/Coaches, School Leaders, Operations Leads, Related Service Providers, Social Workers/Counselors, Paraprofessionals Suggested Grade Level: All REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 14, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

0.00

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FRIDAY, DEC 15, 2017

9:00 AM

ADHD Interventions for the Classroom
Students diagnosed with ADHD and students who have a hard time maintaining their attention and/or managing their impulses have specific learning needs. This session will be led by Licensed Social Worker Katie Potocnik-Medina, and will highlight how we can utilize student strengths and modify our classroom structures/interventions to best support these students. The goal for this session is for teachers and social workers to walk away with multiple interventions that can immediately be implemented in the classroom. Additionally, there will be time to collaborate and share out both challenges, as well as successes, that school-based professionals have experienced when working with these students. Presenters: Licensed Social Worker Katie Potocnik-Medina Abby Smith, K-12 School Psychologist with KIPP NYC REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 15, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

0.00

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12:00 PM

Tennessee ESSA Plan Webinar Series: Parent Engagement
The Tennessee Educational Equity Coalition is hosting a series of webinars on the state's plan to comply with the new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act. This webinar will focus on how Tennessee’s plan incorporates and addresses family and community engagement.
WHEN:

Dec. 15, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

WHERE:

online

COST:

free

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MONDAY, DEC 18, 2017

9:00 AM

Let’s Get Loud: Incorporating Speaking and Listening Activities into Instruction for ELLs
Many teachers question how they can authentically engage their ELL students, especially those with lower levels of English proficiency. In this workshop, we will explore different activities and approaches to lesson planning to make sure that teachers are engaging their English Learners in the classroom. Topics covered range from purposeful groupings and group work to tracking oral language progress through whole classroom discussion participation. Participants will walk away with a bigger arsenal of ELL engagement strategies to use when planning lessons and activities. Presented by Melissa Katz Strand: Ell Instruction Suggested Audience: ELL Teachers, General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, ELL Coordinators Suggested Grade Level: All REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 18, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

0.00

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TUESDAY, DEC 19, 2017

8:30 AM

NCI Full Content: Verbal and Physical Intervention
(Previously referred to as “CPI part 1 & 2”) For the first time, Premier members will be able to be certified in full NCI content within 1 full day training. The course will cover the CPI Crisis Development, Verbal De-Escalation and comprehensive physical skills including disengagement AND holding skills. These skills will be taught through direct instruction, discussion, situational role play and guided practice. Upon completion of this 8 hour session, participants will receive full content certification. Presented by Bridget Foley Strand: Behavior Supports, Culturally Responsive Teaching, and Social/Emotional Learning Suggested Audience: Special Education Teachers, School Leaders, Operations Leads, Social Workers/Counselors, Paraprofessionals (PREMIER MEMBERS ONLY) Suggested Grade Level: Elementary, Middle, High REGISTER AT NYCSPED.ORG/EVENTS
WHEN:

Dec. 19, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

WHERE:

NYC Charter School Center 111 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10006 (6th Floor) Take a right off the elevator; we're at the end of the hallway

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Patrick Keyes

21243718336

COST:

0.00

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THURSDAY, JAN 18, 2018

8:30 AM

NestCon 2018
Join us for a two-days exploration of best practices in autism and inclusion. Learn more about NYU Steinhardt's ASD Nest Program and hear from international experts in the autism field who have greatly influenced the supports and strategies used in Nest. Bridging research and practice, we will explore how to better understand and support students on the autism spectrum.
WHEN:

Jan. 18, 8:30 AM to Jan. 19, 4:00 PM

WHERE:

New York University Kimmel Center for University Life 60 Washington Square South New York, NY 10003

CONTACT INFORMATION:

NYU ASD Nest Support Project

212-998-5815

COST:

$450 (for 2 days)

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FRIDAY, JAN 19, 2018

12:00 PM

Tennessee ESSA Plan Webinar Series: School Funding
The Tennessee Educational Equity Coalition is hosting a series of webinars on the state's plan to comply with the new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act. This webinar will focus on school funding and how the new plan will impact the allocation and distribution of resources at the state, district and local level.
WHEN:

Jan. 19, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

WHERE:

online

COST:

free

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SATURDAY, JAN 20, 2018

12:00 AM

4th Annual Administrator Job Fair
Annual recruitment fair for educators interested in seeking administrative positions for the 2018-19 school year. Last year's event had 17 school districts and over a 100 educators in attendance. The event will be held on the Regis University -Lowell Campus, in the St. Peter Claver Hall. The event is scheduled for Saturday, January 20th, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event is free to all educators. Please enter the campus off of Lowell Blvd., use entrance #4, to the parking lot. the Hall is located next to the lot.
WHERE:

Regis Univ. - Lowell Campus

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Jesus Escarcega

303.340.0864

COST:

Free to K-12 Educators

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MONDAY, JAN 22, 2018

12:00 AM

Workshop for Social Studies Teachers: Say What? Immigration & the US Economy: Fact vs. Fiction
Lehman College and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta invite you to explore the effects of current U.S. immigration policy on the U.S. economy during this one-day workshop. Attendees will learn how to use Library of Congress Primary Source analysis techniques to explore and evaluate the 1965 amendment to the U.S. Immigration and Nationality ACT and the 1986 overhaul of immigration policy. Participants will also explore and evaluate the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ research which illustrates the impact of immigration on the U.S. economy. Free resources will be provided. Learn how to use Primary Source Analysis Techniques to explore and evaluate: how skilled and unskilled immigration affects the U.S. Economy; the current debate over U.S. immigration policy; and learn how to use data & graphing tools to evaluate U.S. immigration policy. Workshop Date: Monday, January 29, 2018; Registration Form: https://goo.gl/zeb85b
WHERE:

Lehman College, CUNY, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Department of Middle & High School Education

718-960-8171

COST:

FREE

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SUNDAY, MAR 25, 2018

9:00 AM

Men in Education 2018…Awakening
Join us for our third annual symposium as we seek to educate, uplift, and celebrate Men in Education. Our workshops will include father engagement, mentoring, empowerment, and keynote speaker. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
WHEN:

Mar. 25, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

WHERE:

United Federation of Teachers, 52 Broadway, New York NY 10004

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Tesa Wilson

2128440581

COST:

Free

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WEDNESDAY, APR 18, 2018

5:30 PM

Achieve Gala
The Achieve Gala is the DPS Foundation’s annual fundraiser to support the more than 92,000 students and nearly 200 schools in DPS. The event brings together the entire community – business leaders, elected officials, parents, educators, alumni, and more – in support of our students.
WHEN:

Apr. 18, 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM

WHERE:

Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center - 650 15th St, Denver, CO 80202

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Denver Public Schools Foundation

(720) 423-3553

COST:

Varies

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