Cyber Camp 2018

21st Century Learning Modules

CREDIT OPTION DETAILS:


All workshops are open for teachers K-12.

Participants must attend the entire workshop to receive the credit option. A sign in sheet will be given on the day of each workshop. (Take careful note of hours of attendance, which are different depending on which credit option you choose).

For all workshops, participants may choose In-Service Credit, Facilitator Credit (for LC Facilitators), Or Audit. (Stipends are no longer available)

For Workshops #1 & #2, participants may register for only up to 2 days and in no particular order for each workshop.

For workshops with take-home work - The lessons must be attached to the claim form and all documentation submitted to their BTC by September 1, 2018.

STIPENDS:

Stipends are no longer available. Please contact Johanna Siragusa to be added to the waitlist.

CANCELLATIONS:

If at a later time a participant needs to cancel, please email Johanna Siragusa at jsiragusa@byramhills.net.

Please remember that there may be waitlisted participants, so cancel a workshop as soon as possible.

NOTE: Once a participant cancels, someone else may have been given their spot.

Select workshop below for more information and registration links

Workshop # 1: Curriculum Development: Focus on 21st Century Learning

WORKSHOP #01

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Focus on 21st Century Learning: the 5 C's, Digital Citizenship, Design Thinking/Learning & LATIC


DESCRIPTION:

Today's students will be facing challenges unlike any that we have had in the past. Not only are they confronted with increased economic, global, and technological complexity, they must navigate increasingly shifting work demands. This will require everyone to be able to adapt to a new style of leadership: 21st century leadership.

THE 5 C'S

-> This brave new world for today's leaders will require the 5Cs. Join us for a day(s) of exploration of: creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication and community. THE 5 C'S

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP:

Digital Citizenship Categories-> Being a good digital citizen is more than knowing your way around the web. It's about connecting and collaborating in ways you didn't even know were possible.

When you teach digital citizenship to your students, you help create a positive school culture that supports safe and responsible technology use.

DESIGN THINKING/LEARNING:

->Learn about the design thinking process, a powerful framework for understanding and solving complex problems. It can serve as a powerful model for how to work together collaboratively and iteratively. Once learned, design thinking is flexible and can be applied to a wide range of opportunities.


This workshop will follow the Ed Camp model. Participants will create the agenda, therefore each day offered will be different and unique. Participants will be divided into groups depending on their wants, needs, focus and questions relating to 21st Century Learning.

This course is designed for ALL experience levels.


Audience: K-12 Teachers

Instructor: BTCs

Location:

***HAS CHANGED - NOW AT WAMPUS***


Dates:
July 16, July 17, July 30 OR July 31

FOUR different dates are being offered for this workshop....

Participants may only take up to 2 of the 4 dates and in no particular order.

***PLEASE DO NOT CHOOSE MORE THAN 3 DATES FOR THIS WORKSHOP***


Credit Options & Times:

In-Service Credits (1/2 credit per day)

8am-3pm (w/ Lunch 12:30-1:00) + 1hr take-home work

Facilitator Credit for LC Facilitators (5 hrs or 7.5 per day)

8am-1pm (No Lunch) OR

8am-3pm (w/ Lunch 12:30-1:00) + 1hr take-home work

Audit


Materials Needed: Come prepared with a unit that you would like to enhance with 21st Century Skills.


REGISTRATION: Click on this LINK to register for this workshop.


Workshop # 2: Promethean ActivPanels DIFFERENTIATED

WORKSHOP #02

PROMETHEAN ACTIVPANELS: DIFFERENTIATED

Promethean Board

(Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced)

DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn how to use the main features of ActivConnect, ClassFlow, and ActivInspire software to create dynamic presentations. They will be able to understand the difference in the software applications and how to import SmartBoard Files. They will also be able to install android apps and pair a device to the ActivConnect box. Participants will have the ability to set up a ClassFlow classroom and enroll students to deliver interactive multimedia lessons across connected classrooms. This will help teachers to be able to interact with student devices in a 1:1 learning environment for 100% student engagement. Learn how to search for ready-to-use materials on the Promethean website. Time will be provided for participants to do hands on work with the software and boards.


This workshop will follow the Ed Camp model. Participants will create the agenda, therefore each day offered will be different and unique. Participants will be divided into groups depending on their experience, wants, needs, focus and questions relating to the promethean boards.

This course is designed for ALL experience levels.

Audience: K-12 Teachers
Instructor: BTCs

Location:

***HAS CHANGED - NOW AT WAMPUS***

Dates: July 18, July 19, August 1 OR August 2


FOUR different dates are being offered for this workshop....


Participants may only take up to 2 of the 4 dates and in no particular order.

***PLEASE DO NOT CHOOSE MORE THAN 3 DATES FOR THIS WORKSHOP***


Credit Options & Times:

In-Service Credits (1/2 credit per day)

8am-3pm (w/ Lunch 12:30-1:00) + 1hr take-home work

Facilitator Credit for LC Facilitators (5 hrs or 7.5 per day)

8am-1pm (No Lunch) OR

8am-3pm (w/ Lunch 12:30-1:00) + 1hr take-home work

Audit


REGISTRATION: Click on this LINK to register for this workshop.


Workshop # 3: Promethean ActivPanel (ONLINE PD)

WORKSHOP #03

PROMETHEAN ACTIVPANEL (Online PD)

DESCRIPTION:

Participants will independently explore the Promethean Board online resources, develop lessons, migrate SmartBoard content, and/or adapt lessons from the Promethean repository. This self-paced class will provide participants access to online video and challenges that they will work through to gain understanding of the Activ Connect, ClasFlow, and ActivInspire software.


Audience: K-12 Teachers

Location: ONLINE

Dates: July 6 - August 2

Decorative Computer

Credit Option: 1 In-Service Credit OR 15hr Facilitator Credit

REGISTRATION: Click on this LINK to register for this workshop.

*NOTE: This is a fully online, asynchronous course. Within the start and end dates, you determine the pace of the workflow through self-guided learning. You must complete the course requirements in order to receive the certificate of completion. It is expected that you put in the required 15 hours for the 1-in-service credit.


Workshop # 4: Leadership & Learning

WORKSHOP #04

LEADERSHIP AND LEARNING

DESCRIPTION:

One of the greatest myths about leadership is that some people have it and some don’t. A corollary myth is that if you don’t have it, then you can’t learn it. Neither could be further from the truth. All of us are born leaders. We all have leadership qualities ingrained. All we need is polishing them up and bringing them to the forefront. It is an ongoing process to develop ourselves as a leader, but unless we take on the leadership challenges presented to us on a daily basis, we cannot become better at it.

This workshop will be based on The Student Leadership Challenge by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner, today's premier leadership experts. This challenge demonstrates how any student can be a leader, regardless of age and experience. Grounded in over 30 years of extensive research, they have identified The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® that are common when leaders are able to make extraordinary things happen.

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Audience: K-12 Teachers
Instructor: Dr. Andrew Taylor & Joanna Lewick
Location:

***HAS CHANGED - NOW AT WAMPUS***

Date: August 3, 2018


Credit Options & Times:

In-Service Credits (1/2 credit per day)

8am-3pm (w/ Lunch 12:30-1:00) + 1hr take-home work

Facilitator Credit for LC Facilitators (5 hrs or 7.5 per day)

8am-1pm (No Lunch) OR

8am-3pm (w/ Lunch 12:30-1:00) + 1hr take-home work

Audit


REGISTRATION: Click on this LINK to register for this workshop.

Workshop # 5: PBL Workshop

Group of 3 Studying

WORKSHOP #05

PBL Workshop

DESCRIPTION:

An authentic, open-ended, and content-rich problem can drive students deep into the curriculum while providing them witha a real world experience. In this 3-day workshop, participants will design a problem-based unit that provides all students with access to rich, rigorous, and relevent learning experiences.

Bring a current unit to revise into a problem-based experience, or write a new unit aligned to the learning standards in your content area.

This workshop is open to teachers at the basic, intermediate, or advanced levels.


Audience: K-12 Teachers
Location:

***HAS CHANGED - NOW AT WAMPUS***

Dates: July 30, July 31 & August 1

Times: 8:30AM - 2:15PM ( 45 min Lunch)

Credit Option: 1 In-Service Credit OR 15hr Facilitator Credit

REGISTRATION: Click on this LINK to register for this workshop.

*NOTES:

  • This is a 3 day workshop. You must attend all 3 days in order to receive the credit.
  • If you have already registered for a stipend for another Cyber Camp course, you may not register for a stipend for this workshop. If you wish to cancel the previously registered course, please contact Johanna Siragusa.

Any questions or comments about the Byram Hills Cyber Camp 2018 can be directed to:

Johanna Siragusa
914 - 273 - 9200, x4967
jsiragusa@byramhills.net

Please contact your BTC with any questions regarding workshop instruction.