Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment


Contents

  1. 1 All Schools (K-12)
    1. 1.1 ATS Functions For All
  2. 2 Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)
    1. 2.1 Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/22 AM)
    2. 2.2 Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/22 PM)
    3. 2.3 Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/27 AM)
    4. 2.4 Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/27 PM)
    5. 2.5 Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/7
    6. 2.6 Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/7
    7. 2.7 Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/8
    8. 2.8 Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/8
    9. 2.9 Continued Excel for Beginners: Pivot Tables, Graphing, and Basic Formulas
    10. 2.10 Intro to Excel for Beginners: Formatting, Filtering and Printing (AM)
    11. 2.11 Continued Excel for Beginners: Pivot Tables, Graphing, and Basic Formulas (PM)
    12. 2.12 Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (Cohort 2)
    13. 2.13 Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (Cohort 1)
    14. 2.14 Data Specialists Series: Spring Session
    15. 2.15 Intermediate Excel
    16. 2.16 Mail Merge and Forms: Streamlining Your Workflow for Surveys, Certificates and Letters
    17. 2.17 End of Year Pupil Accounting
    18. 2.18 Excel for Teachers
    19. 2.19 How ESSA Impacts Schools in Good Standing (AM)
    20. 2.20 How ESSA Impacts Schools in Good Standing (PM)
    21. 2.21 Introduction and Refresher for Elementary STARS Programming (AM)
    22. 2.22 Introduction and Refresher for Middle School STARS Programming (PM)
    23. 2.23 End of Year Promotion Training AM
    24. 2.24 End of Year Promotion Training PM
    25. 2.25 Creating a School-Wide Data Tool in 4 Days
  3. 3 High Schools (9-12)
    1. 3.1 Academic Policy Overview For HS
    2. 3.2 Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for Grades 9-12
    3. 3.3 Supporting High School Priorities Using Thoughtful Scheduling Design (9-12) - 5/6
    4. 3.4 Supporting High School Priorities Using Thoughtful Scheduling Design (9-12) - 5/10
    5. 3.5 Understanding Transcript Updates, Low Score Appeals and Safety Net Options (June)
    6. 3.6 High School Accountability Verification Reports
    7. 3.7 Graduation Requirements and Diploma Options Overview
    8. 3.8 End of Year Pupil Accounting Secretary Procedures 2018-19 (5/28)
    9. 3.9 End of Year Pupil Accounting Secretary Procedures 2018-19 (5/31)
  4. 4 Instructional Technology
    1. 4.1 Ensuring Your School's Website is Accessible to All


All Schools (K-12)


ATS Functions For All

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ATS Functions For All

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to download ATS FTP reports including exam, ENL and SPED reports, admitting, transferring students and discharging students, creating and managing ATS official classes, maintaining and updating biographical data and working with official classes.


PL Type: Training


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Dates:

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Requirements: Must have access to ATS


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

ATS Pupil Accounting Secretary, all staff assigned an ATS related function.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.








Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)



Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/22 AM)

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Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/22 AM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to review and correct data for Roster Maintenance Verification in STARS Classroom. Participants will learn how to use the STARS Classroom Admin Class History, STARS Classroom Teacher Request Changes and STARS Classroom Admin Approval Inbox functions.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Friday, March 22, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists, STARS Programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Daniel Racic, Stephen Armada. Advance Leads Andy Yuen, Amy Reynolds, and Rajeev Bector will also be available.


Please email Dracic@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/22 PM)

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Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/22 PM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to review and correct data for Roster Maintenance Verification in STARS Classroom. Participants will learn how to use the STARS Classroom Admin Class History, STARS Classroom Teacher Request Changes and STARS Classroom Admin Approval Inbox functions.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, March 22, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists, STARS Programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Daniel Racic, Stephen Armada. Advance Leads Andy Yuen, Amy Reynolds, and Rajeev Bector will also be available.


Please email Dracic@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/27 AM)

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Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/27 AM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to review and correct data for Roster Maintenance Verification in STARS Classroom. Participants will learn how to use the STARS Classroom Admin Class History, STARS Classroom Teacher Request Changes and STARS Classroom Admin Approval Inbox functions.


PL Type: Training


QR: 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists, STARS Programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Iris Battino Bernstein, Angelique Hewlett. Advance Leads Andy Yuen, Amy Reynolds, and Rajeev Bector will also be available.


Please email IBattin@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/27 PM)

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Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for K-8 (3/27 PM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to review and correct data for Roster Maintenance Verification in STARS Classroom. Participants will learn how to use the STARS Classroom Admin Class History, STARS Classroom Teacher Request Changes and STARS Classroom Admin Approval Inbox functions.


PL Type: Training


QR: 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists, STARS Programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Iris Battino Bernstein, Angelique Hewlett. Advance Leads Andy Yuen, Amy Reynolds, and Rajeev Bector will also be available.


Please email IBattin@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.






Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design (D24 and D 26)

Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/7

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Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/7

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will use their school's vision, mission, and CEP goals to determine priorities in scheduling.  We will discuss strategies for creating a master schedule to support your school's goals and meet mandates including Arts, PE, and ENL time. Finally, administrators will be introduced to a tool in Excel that will help them craft a purposeful schedule. The OPEL facilitators will be available in the afternoon to continue developing the more granular details of their schedule.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 3.4, 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, May 07, 2019

Requirements: Please note: this is not for programming in STARS, but rather for thought process that goes into creating the initial school-wide master schedule.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

School administrators responsible for developing a school-wide schedule.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Stephen Armada, Daniel Racic


Please email SArmada@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design (D24 and D26)

Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/7

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Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/7

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This  session is for schools crafting a master schedule.  OPEL facilitators will be available to provide guidance and suggestions. Please also consider attending our morning session where we will discuss strategies for creating a master schedule to support your school's goals and meet mandates including Arts, PE, and ENL time. During our open lab time, we will also share a tool in Excel that will help you craft a purposeful schedule.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework:

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:30 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, May 07, 2019

Requirements: This session is for  administrators who want to craft the master schedule for their school. Please bring any items that will be helpful (Table of Organization, class rosters, potential clusters, preliminary scheduling ideas, etc).


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

School administrators responsible for developing a school-wide schedule.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Stephen Armada, Daniel Racic


Please email SArmada@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design (D25 and 30)

Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/8

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Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/8

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will use their school's vision, mission, and CEP goals to determine priorities in scheduling.  We will discuss strategies for creating a master schedule to support your school's goals and meet mandates including Arts, PE, and ENL time. Finally, administrators will be introduced to a tool in Excel that will help them craft a purposeful schedule. The OPEL facilitators will be available in the afternoon to continue developing the more granular details of their schedule.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 3.4, 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Queens Plaza - Computer Lab Fourth Floor 28-11 Queens Plaza North Queens, NY 11101


Times:

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Requirements: Please note: this is not for programming in STARS, but rather for thought process that goes into creating the initial school-wide master schedule.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

School administrators responsible for developing a school-wide schedule.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Iris Battino Bernstein


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design (D25 and D30)

Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/8

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Open Lab for Supporting School-Wide Priorities Using Thoughtful Schedule Design - 5/8

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This  session is for schools crafting a master schedule.  OPEL facilitators will be available to provide guidance and suggestions. Please also consider attending our morning session where we will discuss strategies for creating a master schedule to support your school's goals and meet mandates including Arts, PE, and ENL time. During our open lab time, we will also share a tool in Excel that will help you craft a purposeful schedule.


PL Type: Training


QR: 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Queens Plaza - Computer Lab Fourth Floor 28-11 Queens Plaza North Queens, NY 11101


Times:

12:30 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Requirements: This is not a session designed for STARS programmers, but rather administrators who want to craft the master schedule for their school. Please bring any items that will be helpful (Table of Organization, class rosters, potential clusters, preliminary scheduling ideas, etc).


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, individuals responsible for developing a school-wide schedule.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Iris Battino Bernstein


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Continued Excel for Beginners: Pivot Tables, Graphing, and Basic Formulas

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Continued Excel for Beginners: Pivot Tables, Graphing, and Basic Formulas

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

All levels are welcome to this Excel training. We will assume little to no experience with Excel, but this session will continue where Intro to Excel leaves off.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.3

Danielson: 3D

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists, others who work with school data





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Angelique Hewlett


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.


Intro to Excel for Beginners: Formatting, Filtering and Printing (AM)

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Intro to Excel for Beginners: Formatting, Filtering and Printing (AM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This Excel session will not assume any prior knowledge with Excel. We will introduce the simplest tools that allow users to format their data to view, sort and filter, and change the formatting for ease of viewing and printing.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 3.4, 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Requirements: Please also feel free to register for the continued session this afternoon.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Stephen Armada, Iris Battino


Please email SArmada@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




Continued Excel for Beginners: Pivot Tables, Graphing, and Basic Formulas (PM)

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Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Continued Excel for Beginners: Pivot Tables, Graphing, and Basic Formulas (PM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

All levels are welcome to this Excel training. We will assume little to no experience with Excel, but this session will continue the learning from "Intro to Excel for Beginners." We will examine making simple pivot tables to easily tabulate data, create simple graphs, and work on using basic formulas, including SUM and AVERAGE.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 3.4, 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Requirements: Please also feel free to register for the beginner session this morning, although attendance is not required.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, data specialists





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Stephen Armada, Iris Battino


Please email SArmada@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (Cohort 2)

Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (D24 and D26)

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Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (Cohort 2)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

At this 2 part series, we will discuss the three elements that must be contained in all grading policies. We will review common errors and examine components of high quality grading policies. At our second session, participants will be asked to return with their newly crafted or revised policy for feedback and final review.  


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 3.4, 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Effective School Leadership, Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Thursday, March 28, 2019
Friday, May 10, 2019

Requirements: The individual attending should be a school administrator, ideally the principal, who will make final decisions about the grading policy. After the first session, participants will have time to consult with their SLT and cabinet before returning for Part 2.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Angelique Hewlett, Daniel Racic


Please email Ahewlett@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (D25 and D30)

Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (Cohort 1)

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Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Crafting a High Quality Grading Policy (Cohort 1)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

At this 2 part session, we will discuss the three elements that must be contained in all grading policies. We will review common errors and examine components of high quality grading policies. At our second session, participants will be asked to return with their newly crafted or revised policy for feedback and final review.  


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 3.4, 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Thursday, May 09, 2019

Requirements: The individual attending should be a school administrator, ideally the principal, who will make final decisions about the grading policy. After the first session, participants will have time to consult with their SLT and cabinet before returning for Part 2.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

School administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Iris Battino Bernstein


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




Data Specialists Series: Spring Session

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Data Specialists Series: Spring Session

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

At our final Data Specialist session of the year, we'll review best practices for managing your school's data when wrapping up the end of the year. We'll view the newly released SQR targets and share strategies for working with state assessment data, when it is released. Finally, we will discuss planning for working with your school's data next year.


You are also invited to register to attend our afternoon Intermediate Excel session, below.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 5.1

Danielson: 3D

Framework: Rigorous Instruction, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Data Specialists





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Pedagogy


Facilitators:

Iris Battino Bernstein, Tracie Vaughan


Please email IBattin@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Intermediate Excel

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Intermediate Excel

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants who are familiar with many of the features from the Beginning Workshop should consider the Intermediate level. They will be using VLOOKUP to lookup and match students across different reports and sheets. They will also use IF and IFERROR statements and conditional formatting to highlight duplicate values or identify students in high, middle, and low groups.


You are also invited to register to attend our morning Data Specialist series, above.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Requirements: Participants should feel comfortable with basic Excel skills.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, data specialists





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Daniel Racic, Tracie Vaughan


Please email Dracic@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Mail Merge and Forms: Streamlining Your Workflow for Surveys, Certificates and Letters

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Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Mail Merge and Forms: Streamlining Your Workflow for Surveys, Certificates and Letters

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn the process of creating personalized letters or mailing labels for mass mailings from a form letter. Participants will create a mail merge for certificates and letters, and are invited to bring their own ideas. You'll also learn how to create an electronic form to gather information and view results in an Excel format for easy access.


PL Type: Training


QR: 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Dates:

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Secretaries, Data Specialists, other office staff who create documents and forms





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Daniel Racic, Iris Battino Bernstein


Please email Dracic@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





End of Year Pupil Accounting

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Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

End of Year Pupil Accounting

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Secretaries will receive training on various topics relevant to end of year pupil accounting functions. They will also receive information pertaining to end of year ATS Functions, cumulative records and record retention.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Pupil accounting secretaries





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Iris Battino Bernstein


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Excel for Teachers

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Excel for Teachers

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

All levels are welcome to this Excel training. We will assume little to no experience with Excel. We will examine making simple pivot tables to easily tabulate student level data, create simple graphs, and work on using basic formulas, including SUM and AVERAGE. Feel free to bring along any hard or soft copies of data you would like to work with in EXCEL.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 1.3

Danielson: 3D

Framework: Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers

Location:

DOE Office: Queens Plaza - Computer Lab
Fourth Floor
28-11 Queens Plaza North
Queens, NY 11101


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, April 09, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Teachers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Stephen Armada, Angelique Hewlett


Please email SArmada@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




How ESSA Impacts Schools in Good Standing (AM)

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Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

How ESSA Impacts Schools in Good Standing (AM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

What is ESSA? Why does it matter? At this session, designed as an overview for school administrators, we will review what every school should know about New York State plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). We will share information about new state designations and review the accountability measures received by each elementary and middle school in attendance. At this session, we will particularly focus on the implications for schools that are in Good Standing.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Stephen Armada


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



How ESSA Impacts Schools in Good Standing (PM)

I208

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

How ESSA Impacts Schools in Good Standing (PM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

What is ESSA? Why does it matter? At this session, designed as an overview for school administrators, we will review what every school should know about New York State plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). We will share information about new state designations and review the accountability measures received by each elementary and middle school in attendance. At this session, we will particularly focus on the implications for schools that are in Good Standing.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Tracie Vaughan, Stephen Armada


Please email tvaughan@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




Introduction and Refresher for Elementary STARS Programming (AM)

I232

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Introduction and Refresher for Elementary STARS Programming (AM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

We will review the basics of programming in STARS Classroom for new programmers or those who need a refresher. We will also cover programming for compliance, using the STARS-SESIS report for students in special education settings, and programming ELL and F-ELL students.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework:

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Requirements: If you are a new STARS programmer, please reach out to make sure you have the proper access levels before attending.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Elementary school STARS programmers, especially new programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Angelique Hewlett, Stephen Armada


Please email Ahewlett@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Introduction and Refresher for Middle School STARS Programming (PM)

I231

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Introduction and Refresher for Middle School STARS Programming (PM)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

We will review the basics of programming in STARS Classroom for new programmers or those who need a refresher. We will also cover programming for compliance, using the STARS-SESIS report for students in special education settings, and programming ELL and F-ELL students.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework:

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Requirements: If you are a new STARS programmer, please reach out to make sure you have the proper access levels before attending.


Grade Band: Middle Schools (6-8)


Target Audience:

Middle school STARS programmers, especially new programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Angelique Hewlett, Stephen Armada


Please email Ahewlett@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




End of Year Promotion Training AM

I219

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

End of Year Promotion Training AM

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

We will review the promotion process for K-2 and 3-8 grade bands with an emphasis on the policies pertaining to ELL, SPED and exempt students. This session will provide an overview of the timeline from June through August. Topics will include: June portfolios, ATS screens, summer school, August promotions, and parent appeals.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Effective School Leadership, Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Dates:

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, promotion point person





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Angelique Hewlett, Tracie Vaughan


Please email Ahewlett@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



End of Year Promotion Training PM

I220

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

End of Year Promotion Training PM

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

We will review the promotion process for K-2 and 3-8 grade bands with an emphasis on the policies pertaining to ELL, SPED and exempt students. This session will provide an overview of the timeline from June through August. Topics will include: June portfolios, ATS screens, summer school, August promotions, and parent appeals.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 2.2, 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Effective School Leadership, Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Administrators, promotion point person





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Content


Facilitators:

Angelique Hewlett, Tracie Vaughan


Please email Ahewlett@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




Creating a School-Wide Data Tool in 4 Days

I222

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Creating a School-Wide Data Tool in 4 Days

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Over the course of this four day series, participants will build and refine tools and structures for classroom and school-wide data collection and analysis. Participants are welcome to come with existing spreadsheets to receive feedback and support to refine, but will also be supported in creating new tools from scratch to meet a specific school need. Finally, we will discuss protocols and methods of providing support to teachers for next steps, once data is collected and analyzed.


PL Type: Professional Learning Cycle


QR: 2.2, 3.4, 4.2

Danielson: 3D

Framework: Rigorous Instruction, Effective School Leadership

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Friday, May 31, 2019
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Thursday, June 20, 2019

Requirements: We will schedule phone calls with potential participants and their principals to ensure this opportunity is the right fit.  Participants should feel comfortable working in Excel and/or Google Sheets. Please note that not all who apply may be selected.


Grade Band: Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)


Target Audience:

Data Specialists, individuals who are comfortable designing tools in Excel/Google, and selected by principal





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Pedagogy


Facilitators:

Daniel Racic, Matthew Willard


Please email Dracic@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.









High Schools (9-12)


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Academic Policy Overview For HS

I227

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Academic Policy Overview For HS

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive new, relevant academic policies and updates, including those outlined in the High School Academic Policy Guide, as well as transcript evaluation recommendations.


PL Type: Informational Session(s)


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM


Dates:

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Guidance Counselors, Administrators,Teachers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for Grades 9-12

I228

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Roster Maintenance and Verification Overview in STARS Classroom for Grades 9-12

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn useful STARS Classroom functions on how to review and correct data for Roster Maintenance Verification. Participants will learn how to use the STARS Classroom Admin Class History, STARS Classroom Teacher Request Changes and STARS Classroom Admin Approval Inbox functions.


PL Type: Training


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Monday, April 29, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Data Specialists, STARS Admin/Classroom Administrator, Programmers, Principal's Designee





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Supporting High School Priorities Using Thoughtful Scheduling Design (9-12) - 5/6

I257

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Supporting High School Priorities Using Thoughtful Scheduling Design (9-12) - 5/6

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will use their school's vision, mission, and goals to determine priorities in scheduling and discuss strategies for creating a master schedule that meets mandates in Special Education and ENL time. We will discuss the importance of budgeting, incorporating professional learning, common planning time, and an efficient lunch schedule. Participants will have the opportunity to review sequences of core courses and create an efficient master schedule with minimal conflicts of courses being offered at the same time.  We will also discuss the importance of curriculum and syllabus for each course and flow charts for each individual core subjects.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Monday, May 06, 2019

Requirements: Please note that this session is not designed for STARS programmers, but rather administrators who craft the master schedule of a school. Please bring any items that will be helpful (Table of Organization, class rosters, potential clusters, preliminary scheduling ideas, etc).


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

School administrators responsible for developing a school-wide schedule.





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CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Supporting High School Priorities Using Thoughtful Scheduling Design (9-12) - 5/10

I263

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Supporting High School Priorities Using Thoughtful Scheduling Design (9-12) - 5/10

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will use their school's vision, mission, and goals to determine priorities in scheduling and discuss strategies for creating a master schedule that meets mandates in Special Education and ENL time. We will discuss the importance of budgeting, incorporating professional learning, common planning time, and an efficient lunch schedule. Participants will have the opportunity to review sequences of core courses and create an efficient master schedule with minimal conflicts of courses being offered at the same time.  We will also discuss the importance of curriculum and syllabus for each course and flow charts for each individual core subjects.


PL Type: Informational Session(s)


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Friday, May 10, 2019

Requirements: Please note that this session is not designed for STARS programmers, but rather administrators who craft the master schedule of a school. Please bring any items that will be helpful (Table of Organization, class rosters, potential clusters, preliminary scheduling ideas, etc).


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

School administrators responsible for developing a school-wide schedule.





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CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Understanding Transcript Updates, Low Score Appeals and Safety Net Options (June)

I259

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Understanding Transcript Updates, Low Score Appeals and Safety Net Options (June)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to properly update transcripts according to requests, enter low score appeals and safety net options for students with IEPs.


PL Type: Informational Session(s)


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Monday, June 03, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Guidance Counselors, STARS Programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



High School Accountability Verification Reports

I260

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

High School Accountability Verification Reports

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to review their school’s accountability data reports, in order to ensure NYSED accountability rules have been correctly applied to data from your school.


PL Type: Informational Session(s)


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Monday, June 10, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Data Specialists, Assistant Principals





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Graduation Requirements and Diploma Options Overview

I261

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Graduation Requirements and Diploma Options Overview

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have the opportunity to learn about graduation and diploma options available. This session will also cover credits  needed for graduation.


PL Type: Informational Session(s)


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Friday, June 14, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Admininstrators, Guidance Counselors, STARS Programmers





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





End of Year Pupil Accounting Secretary Procedures 2018-19 (5/28)

I258

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

End of Year Pupil Accounting Secretary Procedures 2018-19 (5/28)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn about End of Year (EOY) activities for the 2018-19 school year and be guided through the process of closing out the current school year data and prepare for the upcoming school year 2019-20 in ATS. Participants will learn about future class maintenance, pre-registrations, grade promotion, list notice, graduation, discharges, and entering promotion decisions in ATS. Participants will also learn how to transfer records and which reports to download from ATS for EOY archiving.


PL Type: Training


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Pupil Accounting Secretary, Principal’s Designee





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




End of Year Pupil Accounting Secretary Procedures 2018-19 (5/31)

I262

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

End of Year Pupil Accounting Secretary Procedures 2018-19 (5/31)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn about End of Year (EOY) activities for the 2018-19 school year and be guided through the process of closing out the current school year data and prepare for the upcoming school year 2019-20 in ATS. Participants will learn about future class maintenance, pre-registrations, grade promotion, list notice, graduation, discharges, and entering promotion decisions in ATS. Participants will also learn how to transfer records and which reports to download from ATS for EOY archiving.


PL Type: Training


QR: 4.2

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab
Sixth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Friday, May 31, 2019

Requirements:


Grade Band: High Schools (9-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Pupil Accounting Secretary, Principal’s Designee





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Pazzy Quiroz, Michael Tancredi


Please email PQuiroz@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





Instructional Technology


Ensuring Your School's Website is Accessible to All

I131

Teaching and Learning: Academic Policy, Systems, Performance, and Assessment

Ensuring Your School's Website is Accessible to All

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

By 2020, school websites must comply with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). At this session, webmasters will learn to evaluate their school websites through the WCAG. Webmasters will edit their websites and make plans to ensure that future web content is accessible.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.3

Danielson:

Framework: Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Queens Plaza - Computer Lab
Fourth Floor
28-11 Queens Plaza North
Queens, NY 11101


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, April 12, 2019

Requirements: Must be the webmaster and/or attending with the webmaster. In addition, you must have the ability to access and revise the school website.


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Webmasters





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Matthew Willard


Please email MWillard3@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.