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Below is a list of Instructional Technology workshops, webinars, on-line courses, and user group meetings. Use the drop down list to filter by workshop format.
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Workshops
Workshop Title Description Presenter Schedule & Venue
Online Class: Let me Google That For You!
This online course is divided into several learning modules that will offer a sampling of Google's suite of tools, including Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms), and Google Calendar. For each module, participants will read various help articles, view brief video tutorials, complete a variety of tasks, and participate in social learning activities. They will practice using the tools to set-up collaborative experiences with classmates, reflect on each skill, and share best practices. There are no face-to-face meetings for this class and it will require a commitment of around 14 hours to successfully complete the various learning activities. The course will start on July 8th and run through August 23th.
Nancy Schmidt Monday, July 8
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Location - On-Line
Collaborative Conversations Level 1: Using Read 180, Achieve3000, or another article
Would you like to hone academic conversations in your classroom and actively engage students in their learning? The key is using collaborative conversations. These conversations are designed to get students thinking and processing with one another so they're not just being told what to think in class and can be applied to all subject areas and all grade levels. In this course, you can select articles from Read 180, Achieve3000, or other sources. This course is an online offering and will require 10 hours of work, 2 hours per week for 5 weeks.
Nancy Schmidt Friday, July 19
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Location - On-Line
Breakout edu
Breakout EDU is an engaging activity where students have to solve clues and puzzles to break out of the box. Participants can work on creating their own experiences as well as searching the Breakout EDU database for sample lessons. This workshop will be held in the Chittenango CSD High School library.
Nick Lefort Tuesday, July 23
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Location -
Google Expeditions
Learn how to take your students all around the world and never leave your classroom. Google Expeditions take virtual field trips and experiences to a whole new level. This workshop will be held in the Chittenango CSD High School library.
Nick Lefort Tuesday, August 6
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Location -
Digital Formative assessment
This workshop will focus on the core ideas of what is best practices of formative assessment and how we can utilize a variety of digital formative assessment platforms to better inform our teaching practices. This workshop will be held at Chittenango CSD in the High School library.
Nick Lefort Tuesday, August 13
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Location -
Level 1 Google Certified Educator
This boot camp will be held over the course of four ½ day sessions in August. We will blend online learning, whole group instruction, small group instruction, collaboration, and independent work that will be tailored to each participant. The camp not only helps to prepare you for the Level 1 Certification test but will support your technology use in the classroom as you work up the SAMR ladder. The last day of the camp participants will be able to take the Level 1 certification, each participant will need to pay $10 for the exam through Google. The online portion will begin August 5th and then meet face to face the other dates.
Tim Patterson, Todd Parks Monday, August 19
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Location - Main Campus - (110 Elwood Davis Rd - Liverpool)
Coding Boot Camp - 2 days August 20 & 21 8:00 - 2:30
Day one Spheroes: AM Session: Come and explore to see how versatile, engaging and empowering Spheroes are for your students. A tennis ball sized robot connected via Bluetooth to a mobile device, the Sphero can be used to transform teaching and learning across various curriculum areas. PM Session: Integrate Spheros into general content areas as a technology tool in order to allow students to apply computer and technology skills to learning and problem-solving. Day Two: Code.org, Scratch, and Scratch JR. AM Session: Explore and share coding resources and strategies, including activities, games, and apps, for teaching kids programming skills and computer science concepts. PM Session: Integrate coding into general content areas as a technology tool in order to allow students to apply computer and technology skills to learning and problem-solving. This two-day workshop will be held at Marcellus CSD.
Michael Dingman Tuesday, August 20
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Going further with google forms
Google forms is a great tool for formative assessment and data gathering, but have you ever used it to reteach material or create a choose your own adventure book? Learn these and other enhanced features of google forms in this 2-hour training session. This workshop will be held at the Chittenango CSD High School library.
Nick Lefort Tuesday, August 20
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