-A 30 hour Seminar
-Professors from UR, Nazareth, Saint John Fisher, RIT and Hobart William Smith
-In addition to the 20 teachers who take the course for the first time, you as alumni can sign up and receive professional development credit
-Please contact Terry Noonan at #442-6296 or email him at email@example.com
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
4:30 to 7:00 PM
Share ideas with MAG educators and fellow teachers on connecting material culture to your curriculum.
Recommended for Art, ELA, and Social Studies teachers K-12.
Registration and prepayment required. To register, contact Kerry Donovan firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-276-8971.
The AP Summer Institute (APSI) at St. John Fisher College is designed for new, relatively inexperienced teachers and experienced teachers desiring new strategies and methods for the newly revised College Board curriculum in AP US and AP World.
· To familiarize teachers with syllabi, curriculum materials, and effective strategies used by AP teachers around the country
· To help teachers manage the scope, sequence, and timing of their AP courses
· To familiarize teachers with the AP examination and reading process
· To provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas and professional networking
· Registration by May 18 - $575 and after May 18 -$625.
· Workshops run from 8:00 AM-4:00 PM.
· Breakfast and lunch is included in the registration fee. Dinner is on your own.
· Participants will receive current College Board materials in their AP subject area along with materials from various publishers and the College Board workshop consultant.
Download and complete the form posted on http://sites.sjfc.edu/lindaschlosser/ap-summer-institute or email Lschlosser@sjfc.edu
Confirmations will be sent via the electronic address you provide.
The event will be held at Monroe #1 BOCES, the address is 15 Linden Park
Rochester, NY 14625.
July 20 - 22, 2015 in Albany
The New York State Social Studies Resource Toolkit is coming! Be among the first teachers in New York State to construct inquiries for social studies instruction!
Save the dates of Monday, July 20 – Wednesday, July 22, 2015 for an intensive three-day summer institute offering an “A-to-Z Toolkit experience” at the Empire State Plaza in Albany.
The Toolkit is the curriculum and instructional resource that builds out from the recently released New York State K-12 Social Studies Framework. Developed by the authors of the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards and nearly 60 NYS teachers, the Toolkit features an ambitious new approach to constructing social studies curriculum inquiries.
Register now through July 10 at http://nyscss.org/events
Member Price: $150
Both NYSCSS members and non-members are welcome to attend! Non-member registration includes one year of NYSCSS Regular Membership. All registrations include on-site parking and participation in the full institute.
For more information on the NYSCSS Summer Institute, please visit us at www.nyscss.org/events/institute or contact NYSCSS Vice-President Steve LaMorte at email@example.com.
Please click the link below for more information on April 18th event:
A DEEP DIVE INTO THE TOOLKIT
A panel of expert women from various faiths including Muslim, Christian, and Jewish will share their perspectives on gender equity and religion.
March 25, 6:30-8:00 PM
International Room, Nazareth College
For more information, contact the Institute for Pluralism at 389-2008
Cosponsored by the Center for Interfaith Studies and the Institute for Pluralism
Economics for Leaders Program
Economics for Leaders (EFL) represents a unique experience in economics education that brings together teachers looking to improve their teaching skills in economics. The EFL one-week program is rigorous and encompasses 50+ hours of instruction.
The goal of each EFL program is to provide teachers with lesson plans of simulations and activities, economics content instruction, and a networking opportunity with other teaching professionals. The combination of classroom instruction, question and answer sessions, small group discussion and workshops presents information in a rich and varied format, encouraging active participation. Economics professors, who have been selected from across the nation for their expertise, along with skilled mentor teachers, provide content instruction and run simulations and activities that are designed to illustrate economic principles. Both new and experienced teachers will benefit from attending this program.
A feature of EFL that past participants have found especially useful is the demonstrations: the EFL staff model the activities and simulations with high school students. Attending teachers gain direct experience with the lesson plans before they leave at the end of the week.
Learning has never been so easy, rewarding, or inexpensive!
Three semester hours of graduate credit in economics are available for $306 through the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
More information to come!
Rochester Area Council for the Social Studies - Contact@RACSS.org