These workshops were created to reach the needs of teachers and administrators
This course will help teachers, counselors, administrators, and any other school employee communicate with students & families who have Spanish as their 1st language/who may speak little to no English.
This workshop explores strategies that offer creative ways to adapt anchor standards of communication and cultures to current lesson plans so diverse learners can feel more inclusion and affirmation.
This workshop discusses ways equity, inclusion, and diversity can be infused into the classroom while engaging students in an inclusive classroom with diverse content.
This workshop will help participants identify their implicit biases and teach them how to use them as a tool to better understand themselves and the effects they may have on their students.
This workshop focuses on the importance of parental/guardian engagement and ways administrators can better serve their ELL population.
This workshop is geared toward administrators. It will discuss the importance of understanding current and evolving topics on equality and gender inclusivity.
This workshop focuses on how to establish a classroom atmosphere that respects individuals and their cultures.
This workshop discusses ways a digital portfolio can be used for tracking proficiency and how it 's a handy tool students, teachers, club advisors, and administrators can use to showcase their great work in a simple, effective, and communicative manner.
This workshop discusses ways a digital portfolio can be used for tracking proficiency for tenure and professional presentations using the Danielson rubric.
These workshops were created to reach the needs of World Language Teachers & Administrators
This workshop discusses unique opportunities to explore social justice thematic units that develop students’ critical thinking and discussion skills in the WL classroom.
This workshop focuses on the instruction and learning of Spanish. It will specifically discuss ways to increase student engagement through the application of Differentiated Instruction.
This workshop provides various strategies and tools to establish an inclusive classroom that develops positive student attitudes through engaging with the various modes of communication.
This session explores strategies that offer creative ways to adapt the anchor standards of communication and cultures to current lesson plans for diverse learners of the WL classroom.
This workshop teaches Honor Society Advisors how to use the Honor Society as a vehicle to promote and inspire diversity and inclusivity throughout their district.
This workshop provides participants with an overview of culturally responsive teaching and strategies that can be implemented in their classrooms to establish an environment of respect and rapport.
This workshop discusses ways a digital portfolio can be used for tracking proficiency while working toward NYS Checkpoint C Proficiency.
This workshop discusses ways a digital portfolio can be used for tracking proficiency for the NYS Seal of Biliteracy Presentation.
This workshop provides participants with an opportunity to review the revised standards while providing them the opportunity to analyze various instructional strategies.
This workshop teaches participants how to create informational gap activities to foster interpersonal communication and student engagement in the WL classroom.
This workshop introduces to participants various platforms that can be used to engage students on an interpretive level.
These workshops were created to reach the needs of Guidance Counselors
This workshop will discuss the importance of the role of the counselor and provide a step-by-step timeline counselors can follow as they advise their students to obtain the NYS Seal.
These workshops were created to reach the technological needs of all educators
All workshops are available virtually and in-person