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  • Coping With Disruptive Student Classroom Behaviors

    S19-01021 COPING WITH DISRUPTIVE STUDENT CLASSROOM BEHAVIORS Robert Vulpis - 1 Credit – Inservice - EAST MEADOW 3 SESSIONS – July 1 - 3, 8:30 AM – 1:30 PMFocus on developing techniques and strategies targeted at coping with disruptive student behaviors manifested in the classroom. Topics include: proven methods found to de-escalate student-teacher conflict. Additionally, paradigms will be explored that build self-imaging and are proven effective tools in promoting conflict resolution and modifying student behaviors. FEE: $5.00.  
  • Creating Instructional Videos For Use In The Classroom

    S19-03059 CREATING INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS FOR USE IN THE CLASSROOM Steve Ellick - 3 Credits - Inservice - GREENLAWN 5 SESSIONS – August 5 – 9 - 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMThis course is based on creating short instructional videos for use in the classroom and for incorporating into the Flipped Classroom concept. It is the smorgasbord of 21st Century technology. Participants will explore different mediums to complete one instructional video lesson. Incorporate digital video through teacher made instructional videos, discuss shooting video, editing video and converting video into different formats to meet the teacher’s needs. Discuss ways to incorporate instructional videos into Interactive White Board lessons. No experience is necessary.  
  • Marine History and Influence

    S19-02622 MARINE HISTORY AND INFLUENCE Vincent Cericola - vcericola@gmail.comNEW!3 Credits – Inservice—Various 5 SESSIONS - July 15 — 19, 8:00 AM – 6:00 PMFor centuries humans have relied upon coastal environments for resources. In this age, we are beginning to realize the toll it has taken. You will investigate the relationships between humans and marine ecosystems, discuss the affects and ponder potential solutions. Experience a source of real-world phenomena & engage students via inquiry based learning. Applicable, aligned and connected to the upcoming NYSSLS. ACTIVITIES FEE:($100.50—Fishing ($40); LI Maritime Museum ($10); Blue Island Oyster ($10) and Aquarium (Admission $20.50 & Riverhead tour $20.) Carpooling will be arranged.
  • Math, Meditation & Mandala Painting

    S18-06041 MATH, MEDITATION & MANDALA PAINTING Julia Lang-Shapiro - 3 Credits – Inservice - LONG BEACH 5 SESSIONS - July 8 - 12 - 8:00 AM - 5:30 PMIncorporate math and meditation into an art lesson that will engage all the students in your class. There are many different patterns that can e accomplished with basic tools and simple found objects. Participants will explore the connections between Art and Math, Mediation and Mindfulness.  
  • Non Verbal Communication Within The Classroom

    S19-01010 NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION WITHIN THE CLASSROOM Robert Vulpis - 1 Credit – Inservice - EAST MEADOW 3 SESSIONS – July 8— 10, 8:30 AM – 1:30 PMThis course is designed to explore student behaviors, other than speech, that condition student attitudes towards learning. The focus of attention will be how to sensitize educators to subtle non-verbal signals that condition the climate of the classroom and help improve the instruction process. Areas covered: kinesics (body language), gestures, color, dress, para linguistics and proxemics (use of space). FEE: $5.00.  
  • Poetry All Year Long

    S19-04009 POETRY ALL YEAR LONG Marsha Bank— 1 Credit—Inservice—COMMACK 3 SESSIONS – July 1— 3, 8:30 AM – 1:30 PMPoetry is an essential part of language and expression. Reading and writing poetry supports young children’s language and literacy development. This course will provide teachers with strategies and specific lessons to incorporate poetry into all areas of curriculum. Participants will explore a plethora of books and materials designed to give children a way to connect to each other and the world around them through poetry.
  • Poseidon's Porch

    S19-02621 POSEIDON’S PORCH Vincent Cericola - vcericola@gmail.comNEW!3 Credits – Inservice—Various 5 SESSIONS - July 8 — 12, 8:00 AM – 6:00 PMVisit coastal ecosystems such as bays, beaches, barrier islands, salt marshes and sand dunes while becoming submerged in each habitat’s history, resident organisms and ecological dynamics. This experience will connect curriculum to our natural world, and provide participants with new resources, activities and potential field trip destinations. Experience a source of real-world phenomena & engage students via inquiry based learning. Applicable, aligned & connected to the upcoming NYSSLS.FEE: Ferry fare @ $14.00. Participants required to supply snorkeling gear. Carpooling will be arranged.
  • Promoting Professional Wellness

    S19-01091 PROMOTING PROFESSIONAL WELLNESS Robert Vulpis - 1 Credit – Inservice - EAST MEADOW 3 SESSIONS – July 15 - 17 8:30 AM – 1:30 PMFocus on teaching educators techniques to “de-stress” the classroom environment and learn how to implement strategies that reduce conflict and anxiety in the classroom. This will be achieved through promoting self-esteem, positive imaging, and designing a blueprint for stress management. Hands-on activities, demonstrations and role-playing exercises will be presented. MATERIALS FEE: $5.00.  
  • Time Travelers - The Sound Symphony

    S19-06112G “TIME TRAVELERS!” — THE SOUND SYMPHONY Dorothy Savitch - 1 Credit – Inservice PORT JEFF STA., 12 SESSIONS - 7:30–9:30 PM, Starts: June 13 The Sound Symphony performs five outdoor pops concerts that feature music from the great Broadway shows and light classics. This course Intended for instrumental music teachers who wish to enrich their knowledge of the orchestral repertoire. *Registration is subject to the approval of, Dorothy Savitch: (718) 499-8495. Dates: June 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, August 1, 8, Concerts, July 25, 27, August 2, 3 & 9.