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Upcoming PD @NYSCATE

February 28, 2013

RTI: The Administrator’s Role in RTI: What Good Interventions Look Like Across All 3 Tiers with Wayne Callender
3/19/2013, Erie 1 BOCES, 355 Harlem Road, West Seneca, NY
3/20/2013, Syracuse Teachers Center, 1005 West Fayette Street, 1st floor, Syracuse, NY

This presentation will focus on the administrators’ leadership role with improving upon a comprehensive school-wide approach to RTI. School leaders will learn about a proactive system that identifies students at risk for poor learning outcomes and a clear protocol for addressing student needs using evidence-based interventions. (Brochure is attached).

Register at: http://www.saanys.org/events/#eventcat10
Sponsored by: McGraw Hill School Education Group

Differentiating Instruction Using the Smart Board and Formative Assessment
4/11/2013 – 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm, Erie 1 BOCES
3/12/2013 – Syracuse Teachers Center
The SMART Notebook and Response software can increase a teacher’s efficiency in collecting student data to create differentiation and create hands on collaboration stations within the classroom. At the same time, learn how to maximize your SMART Board investment.

Register at: http://www.saanys.org/events/#eventcat10
Sponsored by: SMART Technologies

These events are presented by the School Administrators Association of New York State. For more information, please visit http://www.saanys.org

via The Education Technology Maestro! http://edtechmaestro.blogspot.com/2013/02/upcoming-pd-nyscate.html

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