A series of 90 minute workshops offered in the evening, when the day is done, the kids are in bed, the kitchen is cleaned up, and you can learn in the comfort of your own quiet place in an outfit unfit for anywhere but home. Take one, or take them all. Mix and match any combination of workshops.

FEE: $5 per workshop/ $50 for 10 TIME: 7:00pm- 8:30pm

EACH WORKSHOP YIELDS 1.5 CTLE HOURS.

15 CTLE HOURS/1 INSERVICE CREDIT FOR TAKING any 10 WORKSHOPS.

All workshops are suitable for Grades K-12 unless otherwise indicated.

FALL 2022

Turning Chaos Into Order: Organizing Your Students. This workshop will focus on classroom and digital organization for all populations of students (ELLs, Inclusion, Life Skills, Self Contained, K-12 D. Weinstein and H. Catron Thurs. 9/29/22

Writing a Solid IEP - brief review of an IEP from start to finish, then diving head-first into how to compose professionally written PLEPS, measurable goals, etch K-12 & SRPs A. Biancamano Thurs. 10/6/22

The Science of Reading Overview of the theories of the SoR and models of structured literacy lessons. Participants will leave with SL lessons for immediate classroom use. K-5 J. Walsh K-5 Tues. 10/11/22

Learning Spaces Matter: Create a Classroom Environment that Sparks Learning Teachers will learn how to create a physical space that is both visually appealing and functional. The course will also touch on whole class behavior managment systems. K-6 E. Blasi Wed. 10/12/22

Canva Canva is a user- friendly graphic design tool for teachers and students. Its uses are endless. Join us to explore. K -12 J. Kelly Thurs. 10/13/22

How to Talk to Parents about Sensitive Issues? Do you ever feel unsure about what to say to parents? This workshop will provide educators with effective strategies to speak with parents about behavioral, emotional, transgender, and academic issues. K-12 D. Salitsky Tues 10/18/22

There's an App for That - Pt 2 Explore a world of new or yet unknown resources that will enhance your lessons and excite your students. May be taken even if you didn't take part 1. K-12 C.Sanfratello Thurs. 10/20/22

When Tragedy Strikes School Tools & strategies to help educators deal effectively & compassionately when tragedy or death comes to school K-12 D. Salitsky Tues 10/25/22

Differentiating Lessons and Assessments for ELLS Learning different ways to scaffold and differentiate lessons and assessments are key to ELLS success. When lessons and assessments are differentiated it allows all students to participate, learn, and .achieve better grades. 6-12 K. Curran Wed. 10/26/22

Wakelet a tool that helps educators and students find, organize and share information. 7-12 J. Kelly Thurs. 10/27/22

What Are the Red Flags? Educators are sometimes not trained in how to recognize serious issues in children/adolescents. This workshop will increase awareness about observing these issues and what to do thereafter. K-12 D. Salitsky Tues. 11/1/22

Quizziz This workshop will focus on how to utilize Quizziz as a data tracker, review, or assignment in the classroom or as assignments. You will learn how to create your own or access from a large database. K-12 S. Fischer Thurs. 11/3/22

Drive Organization & Share Settings-.This workshop will cover how to organize your Google Drive. We will focus on how to adjust settings in your Drive, how to create folders, how to drag and drop files into folders, and how to search effectively for Drive items. K-12 J. Kane Tues 11/15/22

Infusing SEL into Your Lessons Social and emotional learning does not need to reinvent the wheel, nor does it need to be separate and apart from your lesson; on the contrary, the truly skillful teacher has SEL strategies embedded into the content to the extend that students aren't even aware they're doing them! K-12 V. Caravana & J. Wesolowski Thurs. 11/17/22

Google Keep and Gmail This workshop will help attendees develop an understanding of how Google Keep, Gmail and Calendar can be connected and linked to create and maintain an organized online learning experience. K-12 J. Kane Tues. 11/29/22

Nearpod - Engaging Every Student This workshop is for teachers wanting to learn the basics of Nearpod, a tool that allows teachers to engage students with interactive lessons and assessments by combining existing presentations with real time interactivity and feedback. Lindenhurst teachers now have full access to the premium version of Nearpod, which has so much to offer. We will explore the benefits and advantages of using this tool with some time for teachers to create their first lesson. K-12 C. Scotto Thurs. 12/1/22

Jamboard- This workshop will cover all there is to know about Jamboard and how to use it interactively with students. Jamboard is G Suite's digital whiteboard that offers a collaborative experience for students. You can create a Jam, edit it from your device, and share it with others. Attendees will learn how to create and share out newly created Jams and learn how to post Jams to Google Classroom. K-12 J. Kane Tues 12/6/22

Kami- This workshop will cover all there is to know about Kami. Attendees will learn how to annotate documents online and use the markup tool. We will cover how to highlight, underline, and strikethrough text, add text boxes, shapes, and images. We will cover how Kami integrates with Google Drive and Google Classroom. K-12 J. Kane Thurs. 12/8/22

EdPuzzle his workshop will help attendees learn how to navigate the EdPuzzle Platform, Attendees will learn how to place interactive content into pre-existing videos from a variety of sources, such as TED or YouTube, or into videos you have made. K-12 J. Kane Thurs. 12/15/22

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