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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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Digital Formative Assessment (On-line Course)
With many of the 1:1 initiatives in the area are you finding an influx of technology into the classroom, and just don't know what to do with it all? Why not use the technology for quick checks of understanding! There are many tools today that utilize mobile, as well as Chromebook technology, to asses students quickly and effectively. Get rid of the hand graded pop quiz and replace them with a tool that will grade for you and engage the students. In this 7 week course (10 hour CTLE credit)we will examine 6 different assessment tools (NearPod, Socrative,Kahoot!,Google Forms, Formative, Quizizz) that you can quickly use for free in your classroom tomorrow. By the end of the class, I don't expect that you will use all 6 tools. However,you don't know what you don't know until you try them. Through examination of each tool, I hope that you will find a couple that you can easily incorporate into your instruction.
Jason Clark Monday, October 2
Location - CNYRIC

TALKS: Introduction to Innovative Learning Spaces- Purposefully (re)Designed Learning
October 17, 2017, 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. @ CNYRIC The classroom is a constantly changing environment that impacts learning in unique ways. Join us as we rethink and redesign how we approach physical learning spaces. We will engage in a lively discussion about the prevailing trends, and examine what classrooms will look like in the next five to ten years.Trending topics include virtual reality/ augmented reality, robotics, the role of the internet and online learning, space redesign (physical and virtual), data analytics, and adaptive curriculum. The session will provide an opportunity to hear from innovators who are on the front lines, and collaboratively identify the types of learning that naturally occur in these spaces. We will then engage in a discussion about redesigning learning spaces in your schools. Participants will walk away with tools, resources, and a draft plan for moving forward.
Jason Clark Tuesday, October 17
Location - CNYRIC
TALKS (On Location): Collaborative Learning Spaces
December 6, 2017 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. @ Pine Grove Middle School The transformation of learning at all levels requires innovative environments and collaborative learning spaces. East Syracuse Minoa Central School District administrators and teachers, in partnership with King & King Architects, will highlight successful strategies for ensuring how a school district’s vision can be captured in the design and construction process. The presenters will share innovative ways to support student learning through the creation of collaborative space designs, and keep stakeholders involved through the process. The event will be held at Pine Grove Middle School and will include a tour of their new facilities. We will provide an opportunity to interact with the architects and district leaders to discuss their vision, planning process, and anticipated impact of their building’s new design.
Jason Clark Wednesday, December 6
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