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October

The Power of Restorative Practices

 

4-5 PM

 Registration

http://bit.ly/ualbany1014

Event Info

This session will focus on the effectiveness of restorative justice practices. Restorative practices calls for a shift from a traditional school discipline approach to one that is rooted in strong relationships between faculty and students, works to prevent discipline issues, but holds students accountable to repair the harm when they do occur. We will be joined by Dr. Tom Cavanagh and Adele Bovard from Restorative Justice Ed, along with instructional leaders from Capital Region BOCES that have recently implemented a school-wide restorative approach.

Facilitator:

Dr. Joseph Dragone, Senior Executive Officer, Capital Region BOCES

Presenters:

Adele Bovard, Restorative Justice Education

Dr. Tom Cavanagh, Restorative Justice Education

Sharon Swain, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Data, Capital Region BOCES

Caralee Kardash, Director of Special Education

Lauren Gemmill, Deputy SuperintendentCapital Region BOCES

4

November

Civic Engagement and Civility in Pre and Post-election Environment When Emotions Are Highly Charged 

 4-5 PM

 Registration

https://bit.ly/ualbany114

Event Info

The Institute for Civility in Government defines civility as “more than just politeness, although politeness is a necessary first step. It is about disagreeing without disrespect, seeking common ground as a starting point for dialogue about differences, listening past one’s preconceptions, and teaching others to do the same. Civility is the hard work of staying present even with those with whom we have a deep-rooted and fierce disagreement.” Civility and civic engagement can complement each other in a way that engages students around common areas of interest, bridging the gaps that may have been created. In this session of edTrends, panelists will discuss how to safeguard civility and encourage civic engagement in a pre and post-election environment when emotions are highly charged.

 

Welcome:
Dr. Joseph Dragone, Senior Executive Officer, Capital Region BOCES

Moderator:
Jodie Orzechowski, Communications, Capital Region BOCES

Panelists:
Dr. Brett Levy, SUNY Albany (Dept. of Educational Theory & Practice)
Dr. Alfredo Medina Jr., Executive Director, Office for Public Engagement
Natalie McGee, President of Progression Partners
David Blanchard, Superintendent of Schoharie
Dr. Alex Finsel, Instructional Administrator, Guilderland High School

November 4 
4pm-5pm 

18

November

Problem-based and Project-based Teaching In-person and Remote 

4-5 PM 

Registration

 https://bit.ly/ualbany1118

Event Info

In this session, the New York State Master Teachers will discuss some of their experiences teaching, both in face-to-face classrooms and remotely using problem and/or project-based teaching strategies. These experienced teachers will share their teaching insights with this approach and examples of projects they have developed.

Nov 18, 2020 4-5 PM Via Zoom (Free!)

Register at: https://bit.ly/ualbany1118

New York Master Teachers:
Jeanine Flinton
Lisa Fort
Susan Pienta
Kacie Rea

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