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New Webinar resource on Improving Teaching Practice

This a viewable webinar that delves into Regents Reform Agenda and Annual Professional Performance Review Process. Watch Here Contributors include: Dr. Karen Bell, Dean SUNY New Paltz Dr. Stephen Danna, Dean SUNY Plattsburgh @ Queensbury Dr. James Butterworth, Executive Director Capital Area School Development Association (CASDA at UAlbany) Rita Floess, NBCT Mentor Coordinator, Albany CSD Joseph Pesavento, Director Mid-Hudson Teacher Center    

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    Common Core Math Webinar – June 2, 2011

    A previously hosted webinar on Common Core Math standards, CASDA presented the topic jointly with Capital BOCES.  While the interactive features are no longer active, you can contact CASDA if you would like additional information. Click here to view the webinar.

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      Response to Intervention Webinar – Sept. 21, 2010

      A previously hosted webinar on Response to Intervention.  CASDA hosted the webinar in conjunction with Capital BOCES as part of its Get Ready Series.  While you can no longer utilize the interactive features of the webinar, please contact CASDA if you would like any additional information.  Also, check our events page for upcoming webinars! Click here to view the RtI webinar.

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        The Common Core Curriculum Mapping Project

        This webinar sponsored by Common Core and Schools Moving Up highlights how using curriculum mapping in implementing core standards can help teachers remain flexible in teaching style and method while ensuring adherance to the core curriculum. The presentation includes some sample “mini maps” and lesson plans to use as a guide.

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        Lessons from 1990-1994: Planning and Budgeting for Sustainability

        In this January 2011 webinar, panelists discussed the actions taken by schools duringthe last major recession and asked what schools today can do to promote student achievement during economically difficult times.  How can schools responsibly reduce or eliminate programs? Are there systemic or structural changes that can be made at the district level?  This powerpoint also offers some recommendations for leaders to promote sustainable schools and programs.

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        Response to Intervention (RtI)- Using the Interactive Strategies Approach to Prevent Reading Difficulties in the Primary Grades

        In this webinar Powerpoint presentation, Donna Scanlon of the Child Research and Study Center of the University at Albany School of Education discusses Response to Intervention and the research that provides the foundation for the program.  The presentation identifies ways to enhance literacy among primary students and provides recommendations of the “dos and don’ts” for successful implementation.

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