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Course Number: MATH500N

This online workshop will explore the mathematics that is part of the operations and algebraic thinking section of the birth to grade 2 math test (NYSTCE). The goal of the synchronous sessions is to provide instruction on content in a supportive online environment. Topics will include modeling and problem solving with algebraic expressions and equations, functions, ratios, rates, and proportional reasoning. This workshop consists of 5 synchronous sessions and 4 weeks of asynchronous tasks and videos that are designed to provide additional instruction and support so you can choose topics based on your comfort level. View the list of 16 performance indicators for this section of the test at www.nystce.nesinc.com to better determine if this class will be beneficial to you. Instructor: Charlene Marchese

Synchronous sessions: October 23, 30, November 6, 13, and 20, 2017
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (2-4 hours of asynchronous work is optional)
Fee: $405 (not offered for CTLE or graduate credit); fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College
Registration Deadline: 10/16

**High-speed internet connection with a microphone is required to participate in this course. A webcam is optional.

Course Number: TEWS500N

All licensed professionals who work with children under 18 years of age are required by NY State law to report suspected child abuse and neglect. This course will help you learn to identify symptoms of child abuse and neglect and will provide you with information about the required procedures for reporting abuse. The NY State Certificate of Completion will be issued to all registrants who attend the full two-hour session.

Online: November 10, 2017
Friday, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Fee for any one session $75
Instructor: Christine Low
Registration Deadline: 11/3

PLEASE NOTE: No one will be allowed to participate in any of the State Mandated Workshops after the posted start time. Latecomers, and those who did not complete the online component of the DASA workshop by the deadline, are not eligible for a transfer or refund. View CPS policies for the emergency policy.

Course Number: TEWS708N

Anyone applying for certification during or after the Fall 2013 semester must complete six hours of training on the social patterns of harassment, bullying, and discrimination. This workshop includes training in identifying indicators, early warning signs, prevention and intervention techniques, and how to interact with families of victims and aggressors.

The face to face portion of the class will meet at Bank Street College, 610 West 112th Street, NYC. Check in with the front desk for the room number.

Section 1
Part I:  3 hour asynchronous – Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on Monday, 10/9
Part II:  October 12 – In-person
Thursday, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Instructor: Lauren Hyman
Fee:$140
Registration Deadline: 10/2

Section 2 
Part I:  3 hour asynchronous - Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on Thursday, 11/9
Part II:  November 14 – In-person
Tuesday, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Instructor:  Naomi Weiss
Fee:  $140
Registration Deadline: 11/2

Section 3
Part I:  3 hour asynchronous – Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on Monday, 12/11
Part 11:  December 14 In-person
Thursday, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Instructor:  Ron Woo
Fee for any one session $140
Registration Deadline: 12/4


IMPORTANT NOTICE:

  • The online portion of this course must be completed by 11:55pm of the date listed.
  • You must complete the session online (Part I) by the date and time listed for each section to attend the face to face session  (Part II).
  • Students who do not complete the online portion by the deadline are not eligible for a transfer or refund.
  • The face-to-face portion of this workshop starts promptly. Students who are late (even by one minute) will NOT be permitted entrance to the workshop and are not eligible for a transfer or refund. No exceptions.
  • Withdrawals or transfer requests made in writing are subject to a $15 change fee and will be accepted up to the registration deadline.

Course Number: TEWS501N

Anyone applying for certification after February 2, 2001 must complete two hours of training on school violence prevention and intervention. This workshop includes training in effective classroom management techniques, identifying the warning signs of violent and other troubling behavior, and intervention techniques for resolving violent incidents in the school. The NY State Certificate of completion will be issued to all registrants who attend the full two-hour session.

Section 1
Online synchronous session: November 17

Friday, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Instructor: Ana Tiburcio
Fee for any one session $75
Registration Deadline: 11/10

Note: Workshops fill early. Pre-registration is required


PLEASE NOTE:  Registrants should make sure to log into this course at or before the specified start time.  No one will be allowed to participate in any of the State Mandated Workshops after the posted start time.  Those who log in late are not eligible for a transfer or refund.

*This course is synchronous, participants are expected to be online during the times listed above. Directions for accessing the course page will be emailed upon registration. A computer with a high-speed internet connection is required. A microphone and video camera are optional.

Course Number: MATH501N

This online workshop will prepare participants for the mathematics in the Measurement, Geometry and Data section of the Multi-Subject: Teachers of Early Childhood (Birth – Grade 2) New York State Teacher Certification Exam. Topics will include modeling and solving problems with area, perimeter, surface area, volume, Pythagorean Theorem, data, statistics, and probability. The class consists of 5 synchronous sessions and 4 weeks of asynchronous tasks and videos. The goal of the synchronous sessions is to provide students with instruction on understanding content, engaging students in problem solving in a supportive, online environment. The asynchronous activities and videos are designed to provide additional instruction and support based on students’ levels of comfort with the topics. The Measurement, Geometry and Data section accounts for 17 questions and 25 percent of the mathematics test. Students can locate the list of Performance Indicators for this section of the test at www.nystce.nesinc.com/NY_viewobjs_opener.asp to better determine if this workshop will be beneficial. Instructor: Charlene Marchese 

Synchronous sessions: February 6 - March 13, 2018 (no sessions the week of 2/19)
Tuesdays, 7:15 pm – 8:45 pm (2-4 hours of asynchronous work is optional)
Fee: $405 (not offered for CTLE or graduate credit); fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College
Registration Deadline: 1/30

Workhsop Instructors

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting TEWS500N:

Christine Low, LCSW, is the Clinical Director of the multidisciplinary Child Advocacy Center and the Child Protection Coordinator at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Since beginning her work with child abuse victims and their families in 1993, she has served as Secretary for the Manhattan Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, as a member of the Administration for Children’s Services Interdisciplinary Review Panel, and as a member of the School District 4 Child Protection Committee, and continues to serve on the Mayor’s Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect. Ms. Low has an MS in Social Work at Columbia. She has been a licensed social worker since graduation. Between 1991 and 2004 she was licensed as a CSW. She received her LCSW in 2004,when that licensing option began.

School Violence Prevention TEWS501N:

Ana TiburcioAna Lisa Tiburcio, MSW, is the Director of the Liberty LEADS Program, a drop out prevention/college access program for students in the 5th through 12th grade at Bank Street College of Education. She has provided individual, group and family counseling to the families of the Liberty LEADS Program for the past 10 years. Ms. Tiburcio earned a Masters in Social Work from the City University of New York's Hunter College School of Social Work and holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in Children's Studies from City University of New York's Brooklyn College.

Erin Baer MSW, earned her Masters of Social Work from Fordham University, NY in Clinical Practice and Human Services Management. She holds a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from NYU.

Dignity for All Students TEWS708N:

Lauren Hyman Kaplan

Lauren Hyman Kaplan, MA, is a consultant and school counselor in the field of social emotional learning, emotional intelligence, and violence prevention. She holds a Masters Degree in Counseling and Guidance from NYU and is the co-author of the “Interpersonal Violence Prevention Resource Guide for Parents and Educators” (New York State Department of Education, 2002). She has taught Kindergarten and has trained administrators, counselors, teachers and parents at public and private schools around the United States and the world. Mrs. Kaplan holds an MA in counseling from NYU and a BA in Psychology from Emory University.

Ron Woo, JD, MA, is an education policy and law professional and instructor with multiple decades of experience in public schools and higher education. In the public school system, he has taught and served in multiple senior leadership positions, including superintendent. One of the positions was leading the school system’s inter-group education/relations unit where he conducted inter-group train-the-trainer sessions for school leaders and central administrators. Mr. Woo is currently serving as a senior policy advisory/associate with a large urban university system and teaching educational policy, law, and leadership at the Bank Street Graduate of Education. He has presented widely and trained educational leaders internationally and in the United States. Mr. Woo holds an MA in applied linguistic/TESOL from New York University and a JD from Brooklyn Law School.