CIPD Zoom training session
Stephanie Smyka presentation
RBERN event.
National speaker presenting at CIPD.
PRHYLI display for RBERN.
Nationally-known speaker Rick Wormeli works the crowd.

Curriculum, Instruction & Professional Development

News

Leading Social Emotional Learning

Leading Social Emotional Learning in Challenging Times: Supporting staff, students, and families

As building leaders of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), you have the unique and challenging role of meeting district mandates, supporting staff, and maintaining relationships with families, all while taking the best interest of your students into account. Read more...
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Next Generation ELA Learning Standards: January Offerings

Next Generation ELA Learning Standards - January Offerings

Check out the January Offerings of the Next Generation ELA Learning Standards. Click through to read more.
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Building Leaders Forum

The goal of this forum is to provide collegiality, professional development, networking opportunities, and updates from NYSED. See more...
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New 2021 Winter/Spring Professional Development Guide

The 2021 Winter/Spring Professional Development Guide is now available online. See more...
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Events

Jan
26

Co-Planning for ELLs: A Team Approach to Scaffolding

This session will explore the benefits and challenges of co-planning and share practical tips and tools for scaffolding content and language. Participants will examine the role of the ESOL Teacher and engage with High Leverage Practices for co-planning and virtual collaboration. Please register through Frontline: Frontline Education (mylearningplan.com) 

Feb
08

Seal of Biliteracy Regional Collaborative Module 4: Monitoring Student Progress

The purpose of this collaborative working group is to discuss best practices, share resources and effectively plan for the implementation of the NYS Seal of Biliteracy in schools and districts across the region, with a focus on NYSED's  NYSSB Guidance Toolkit.  This session will focus on Module 4: Monitoring Student Progress. Please register through Frontline:
Mar
01

Immigrant Experience Book Club Session 4: The Good Immigrant by Nikesha Shulka & Chimene Suleyman

Knowing our students and their stories is the first step in providing an equitable education for English Language Learners. Research shows us time and again that empathy is the gateway to breaking down the barriers that prevent ELLs from being fully included in school communities. Please join MidWest RBERN in a virtual book club series focused on the "Immigrant Experience" designed to help educators increase their capacity to identify and empathize with others lived experiences. Please join MidWest RBERN in a virtual book club series focused on the "Immigrant Experience" designed to help educators increase their capacity to identify and empathize with others lived experiences. All book club sessions will be a combination of Schoology work and 1 ZOOM discussion. Schoology codes will be sent prior to the start of the session. Books are to be purchased on your own. Session 4 will run March 1 2021- April 30 2021 and we will read and discuss "The Good Immigrant" by Javier Nikesha Shulka & Chimene Suleyman.
Mar
08

Seal of Biliteracy Regional Collaborative Module 5: Preparing for Panel Presentations

The purpose of this collaborative working group is to discuss best practices, share resources and effectively plan for the implementation of the NYS Seal of Biliteracy in schools and districts across the region, with a focus on NYSED's  NYSSB Guidance Toolkit.  This session will focus on Module 5: Preparing for Panel Presentations. Please register through Frontline: https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?I=3640741&D=18636

About

The Office of Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development (CIPD) works directly with component school districts to develop offerings that align to the NYS Department of Education’s Reform Agenda and district initiatives. In partnership with our districts, we support state and district reforms by contracting with nationally recognized authors and presenters to provide workshops. We then offer follow-up sessions and coaching to assist with implementation.