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Fall Conference Resources

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NYSED Updates:  The Office of Curriculum Services (opening slide deck)

Academies:  Students Pursuing Their Passion
Advanced Literacies for English Learners
AP Capstone Program:  Roundtable Discussion
Brain Compatible Classroom Strategies
Buckle Up!  Change Can Be a Bumpy Ride!
Community Circles and Collaboration:  A Proactive Approach to Building Classroom Culture
Connect, Learn, Lead
Creating an Integrated Curriculum:  K-7
Developing a PBIS Framework:  Shifting the Focus from Punishment to Positive Support
Disciplinary Learning Practices:  Empowering the Middle School Student
Education Law 2d, Part 121- Taking Stock
Getting Serious About Diversity (Educator Diversity Playbook)
How to Become a More Culturally Responsive Leader
Laying the Groundwork:  Developing a Community of Culturally Responsive Teaching
Leading Meaningful Change in How Schools View Literacy:  What Works and How to Make it Happen Within Your PLC
Legal Update
New York State World Languages in the 21st Century
NYSED Update- Civic Readiness and PE
NYSED Update- ELA and Mathematics Learning Standards:  Building Capacity (handout)
NYSED Update- Science
Preparing for Tomorrow’s World with Today’s Curriculum
Putting the “Social” in Social Studies: Embedding Social Emotional Literacy into the Culture of Your School
Refueling and Recalculating:  What is the Best Road to a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS Framework)?
Relationships Matter
School and Classroom Decisions:  Cognitive and Behavioral Science Applied to Real World Scenarios
School/Public Library Partnership
Sharpening the Focus:  Getting More from Your Informal Classroom Visits
Summer Literacy and Community Building:  Supporting Students to Minimize Summer Slide
Transition to the P-12 Science Learning Standards
Unpacking the Four Principles of Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education
Using Video to Foster Critical Reading and Argument Writing with Generation Z Learners
Utilizing Literature as an Agent for Social Change
Utilizing the EdCamp Model for District Wide Professional Development

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