Summer 2011

Course Title & Agenda

Date & Time

Location

Description

iPad For Teachers
(Must bring your own ipad)
August 2 and 3
2pm-6pm
415 89th Street - Room 513
Explore the educational impact of iPad and the many educational iPad apps to manage both school administration and classroom practices
Innovative Google Tools for Educators
August 9, 10, 11 2pm-6pm
415 89th Street - 513
Google Tools for Educators brings collaborating, communicating, and creating to the next level. This workshop will allow participants to develop personal calendars, collaborative docs, personalized maps and a custom search engine search engine.
An Introduction to Digital Storytelling with David Jakes
July 20-21
9am-3pm
415 89th Street - 508
Mr. David Jakes shares two of his popular presentations, Standing Room Only and Cartography on the Cutting Edge
iLead Institute: Tools for Innovative Leaders
TBD

The iLead Institute is designed to provide school leaders with the skills, knowledge and expertise to prepare their educational community for the 21st century. The iLead program prepares school-based instructional leaders to meet the needs, challenges and demands of the modern day educational environment by incorporating the latest information technology practices into their daily routines. This program recognizes the rewards of leading a 21st century school into the future by guiding them in promoting the effective integration of technology into their classrooms and provide them with the technology skills to view, manipulate and analyze data to better inform their decision making process.
iPad Refresher for Principals
August 23


Online Learning: 5 Tools/Resources for your Online Classroom__
*Canceled*
August 30-31
9:00-3:00
415 89th Street - Room 508
Explore 5 online learning tools that can enhance both administration and classroom practices.Participants will learn how to make their teaching experience interactive, engage their students, and create an active learning experience. In this workshop participants will explore digital resources to enhance the online learning experience, and empower teachers and students to collaborate and communicate through the integration of Web 2.0 resources.
Bring Your Own iPad - iPad for Educators
Sept 1
9:00-3:00
415 89th Street - Room 508
This workshop will provide participants with the ability to integrate iPad technology into their practice in order to become a more efficient educator. Participants will discover what educational apps are available and how they can be used in classroom instruction as well as apps that can be used for increased productivity.


Summer 2010

Course Title & Agenda

Date & Time

Location

Registration Link

Description

NYIT Teacher face-to-face session: Tools for Online Instruction
July 9
9am-3pm
415-89th St.
Registration Link
Participants will be those teachers who are enrolled in the NYIT Online Course Builder Course. This will be a face-to-face session to assure participants are comfortable with the NYIT moodle environment, and that they have the tools to build online courses.
Google Tools
July 19
July 26
IS 228
Room 109
Registration Link
Many people equate Google to search. However, Google offers a wide range of tools that can facilitate collaboration, ease data collection, and empower all members of the school community to create interactive resources that will revolutionize the way they work.
Capturing Stories, Capturing Lives: An Introduction to Digital Storytelling
August 9
August 10
August 11
2:00pm-6:00pm
415 89th Street
Registration Link
How can participants use digital media for instructional support? Digital Media is the practice of using computer-based tools to tell stories. Participants will use various delivery systems for their digital media to push content to their students. As with traditional storytelling, most digital stories focus on a specific topic and contain a particular point of view. Digital media usually contains some mixture of computer-based images, text, recorded audio narration, video clips and/or music. Participants must attend all 3 days of this workshop.
Intel Teach
(2 sessions)
7/20, 7/21, 7/22, 7/27, 7/28, 7/29 AM
_Sessions: 8:30am-12:30pm or PM
_Sessions: 2:00pm-6:00pm
415 89th Street
AM sessions Registration Link
PM sessions Registration LInk
The Intel Teach Leadership Forum focuses on the importance of leadership in promoting, supporting, and modeling the use of technology in instruction. Throughout the forum participants explore relevant research and behaviors related to supporting effective technology integration and professional development.
Principal Leadership Institute
7/26 - 7/28; 8/10
9am-2pm
IS 228
Room 109
8/10-415 89th street
Registration Link
The Principal Leadership Institute is designed to provide school leaders with the skills, knowledge and expertise to prepare their educational community for the 21st century. The Principal Leadership program prepares school-based instructional leaders to meet the needs, challenges and demands of the modern day educational environment by incorporating the latest information technology practices into their daily routines. This program recognizes the rewards of leading a 21st century school into the future by guiding them in promoting the effective integration of technology into their classrooms and provide them with the technology skills to view, manipulate and analyze data to better inform their decision making process.
Digital Media with Marco Torres
8/23-8/26
9am-3pm
IS 228
Room 109
Registration Link
How can participants use digital media for instructional support? Digital Media is the practice of using computer-based tools to tell stories. Participants will use various delivery systems for their digital media to push content to their students. As with traditional storytelling, most digital stories focus on a specific topic and contain a particular point of view. Digital media usually contains some mixture of computer-based images, text, recorded audio narration, video clips and/or music. Participants must attend all 4 days of this workshop.
Curriculum Mapping with Heidi Hayes Jacobs
8/23-8/25
9am-3pm
415 89th Street
Registration Link
During this workshop participants will learn about the purpose of mapping, the problems that the model can address, elements on map, the range of different types of maps, and the Seven Step Review Process developed by Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs.
Online Course Facilitator Institute
Creative Ways to Enhance Online Instruction
8/30 - 9/2
415-89th Street
Registration Link
Develop techniques, tools, resources and tips to enhancing online instructional materials and improve existing content to make online learning more engaging and compelling.