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ITD Professional Development Events




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
Asynchronous - Social Emotional Learning and Technology - Made for Each Other ❤️
This asynchronous course will help you to use technology tools in your classroom to improve relationships with students, build a stronger sense of community, set and achieve positive goals and to create time and space for reflection. Some basic understanding of education technology tools is encouraged for success in this course.
Rebecca Edsall Tuesday, July 5
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Location - On-Line
Virtual/Asynchronous - Game Planning To Integrate Technology into your Lessons
The 5E lesson plan model is a great way to help teachers integrate technology into their lessons. Students are allowed to make discoveries and process new skills in an engaging way. The 5E'S provide a planned sequence of instruction that places students at the center of learning. This course is divided into 3 sections, each one examines a different part of integrating technology into your lesson plans. This is a hands-on course and you will be asked to demonstrate understanding, then share the work in Google Classroom. This course is asynchronous and you will be expected to watch instructional videos on your own to help you complete the course. This course will require a commitment of at least 6 hours to successfully complete the various learning activities. There are no scheduled meetings. If necessary, participants can schedule video chats with the facilitator. To schedule a time to meet contact MDingman@ocmboces.org. All course content will be available exclusively on a Google Site, and all course work will take place in Google Classroom.
Michael Dingman Monday, July 11
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Location - On-Line
Webinar - Enjoying a Cyber Sandwich(A Way for Students to Collaborate with Google Slides)
In this one-hour webinar you will learn a new way to use Google Slides as a collaborative/communication tool with your students. You will participate in an actual Cyber Sandwich. There will be time to create/work after the presentation.
Michael Dingman Tuesday, July 12
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Location - Webinar
Webinar -Using Digital Comics to Teach
Creating digital comics in the classroom gives students the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned in a unique, fun, and engaging way. Digital comics can demonstrate: synthesizing information, summarizing, visualizing what they've read, creating dialogue, and sequencing a narrative. Why not allow students a fun way to show what they know and have fun at the same time. In this 1 hr webinar we will take a look at the process of constructing a lesson using a digital comic book. There will be time after the presentation to work.
Michael Dingman Wednesday, July 13
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Location - Webinar
Virtual/Asynchronous - Video Production as Evidence of Learning
We know that watching educational videos can be a powerful tool for instruction. But, have you considered video production as a tool to demonstrate learning? It's time to pivot from video consumption to video creation! During this asynchronous course, teachers will design/update an activity to be used in the fall of 2022, learn to use WeVideo, and create examples. Attendees should have a Premium WeVideo account.
Tim Patterson Monday, July 18
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Location - On-Line
Virtual -Fun Formative Assessment Series: Flipgrid Intro
Learn the basics about this fun and interactive tool and how you can use it to gather information to drive instruction.
Rebecca Edsall Tuesday, July 19
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Location - Webinar
eSports - It is Not Just for Gamers
There is much more to eSports than playing a video game. Join us for a discussion about eSports and why it is gaining popularity in schools. Students can take part in eSports without being the best gamer. We will be looking at curriculum available as well as other resources that you can use for eSports at your school!
Amy Keesey Tuesday, July 19
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Location - Main Campus - (110 Elwood Davis Rd - Liverpool)
Webinar -Ideas for Using Technology in the Classroom
It is essential to find new and creative ways to use technology in the classroom. It can make your life easier as a teacher and increase student engagement. Technology can undoubtedly enhance presentations and lessons. There really is no limit to the ways you can use technology in the classroom to create an enriched learning environment. This one-hour webinar will supercharge teachers with some new and creative ways to use technology in the classroom.
Michael Dingman Wednesday, July 20
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Location - Webinar
Virtual -Fun Formative Assessment Series: Quizizz
Learn the basics about this fun and interactive tool and how you can use it to gather information to drive instruction.
Rebecca Edsall Thursday, July 21
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Location - Webinar
Virtual -Fun Formative Assessment Series: Peardeck
Learn the basics about this fun and interactive tool and how you can use it to gather information to drive instruction.
Rebecca Edsall Wednesday, July 27
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Location - Webinar
First Lego League Coach Camp
***Attendees must be members of the OCM BOCES First Lego League Service*** During this session, coaches will learn about the Lego Spike Prime robotic kit building and coding. We will also share helpful tips and tricks to build a successful team from launch to championship. Coaches will learn about the parts of the competition - Innovation Project, Core Values, and Robot Design and Game.
Michael Dingman, Daniel Hacker, Tim Patterson Thursday, July 28
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Location - Main Campus - (110 Elwood Davis Rd - Liverpool)
Virtual/Asynchronous - Podcasting in the Classroom
Podcasting continues to be a popular source of media consumption among Americans. A recent study indicated that â…“ of Americans listen to a podcast regularly. During this course attendees will update or design a unit that uses audio recording and editing as the culminating activity to demonstrate learning. Attendees should have a Premium WeVideo account.
Tim Patterson Monday, August 1
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Location - On-Line
Webinar -Ideas for Using Technology in the Classroom
It is essential to find new and creative ways to use technology in the classroom. It can make your life easier as a teacher and increase student engagement. Technology can undoubtedly enhance presentations and lessons. There really is no limit to the ways you can use technology in the classroom to create an enriched learning environment. This one-hour webinar will supercharge teachers with some new and creative ways to use technology in the classroom.
Michael Dingman Wednesday, August 3
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Location - Webinar
Virtual/Asynchronous - What Can I Do With SeeSaw?
This course is divided into 3 sections, each one examines tools/ideas teachers can use in Seesaw to create lessons. This is a advanced hands-on course and you will be asked to demonstrate understanding, then share the work in Google Classroom. This course will require a commitment of at least 6 hours to successfully complete the various learning activities. There are no scheduled meetings. If necessary, participants can schedule video chats with the facilitator. To schedule a time to meet contact MDingman@ocmboces.org. All course content will be available exclusively on a Google Site, and all course work will take place in Google Classroom.
Michael Dingman Monday, August 8
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Location - On-Line
Webinar -Using Digital Comics to Teach
Creating digital comics in the classroom gives students the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned in a unique, fun, and engaging way. Digital comics can demonstrate: synthesizing information, summarizing, visualizing what they've read, creating dialogue, and sequencing a narrative. Why not allow students a fun way to show what they know and have fun at the same time. In this 1 hr webinar we will take a look at the process of constructing a lesson using a digital comic book. There will be time after the presentation to work.
Michael Dingman Tuesday, August 9
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Location - Webinar
Webinar - Enjoying a Cyber Sandwich(A Way for Students to Collaborate with Google Slides)
In this one-hour webinar you will learn a new way to use Google Slides as a collaborative/communication tool with your students. You will participate in an actual Cyber Sandwich. There will be time to create/work after the presentation.
Michael Dingman Thursday, August 11
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Location - Webinar
First Lego League Coach Camp
***Attendees must be members of the OCM BOCES First Lego League Service*** During this session, coaches will learn about the Lego Spike Prime robotic kit building and coding. We will also share helpful tips and tricks to build a successful team from launch to championship. Coaches will learn about the parts of the competition - Innovation Project, Core Values, and Robot Design and Game.
Michael Dingman, Daniel Hacker, Tim Patterson Wednesday, August 24
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Location - Main Campus - (110 Elwood Davis Rd - Liverpool)
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