PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District College and Career Readiness Programs. Chenango County School Boards Association Annual Spring Dinner and Awards Ceremony.  Greene, New York. April, 2015

 

District Curriculum Leadership:  Effective practices and procedures for improving teacher ownership and effectiveness in high stakes environments.  Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. January, 2014.

 

Improving Instruction: Using systematic instructional design models to promote best practices in curriculum design and development.  DCMO BOCES Regional Teacher and Administrative Leader Training Session, Mount Upton, New York. July 8-12, 2013.

 

Cognitive Growth Modeling:  The link between cognition, expertise and educational leadership.  Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. Summer, 2012.

 

Principal Evaluation Training: The principal’s role under the regents’ reform agenda, DCMO BOCES Regional Administrative Training Session, Norwich, New York. May, 2012.

 

Principal Evaluation Training: Linking the ISSLC standards and professional practice, DCMO BOCES Regional Administrative Training Session, Norwich, New York. April, 2012.

 

Cognitive Growth Modeling:  The link between cognition, expertise and educational leadership.  Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. Summer, 2011.

 

Cognitive Growth Modeling:  Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in intermediate and high school classrooms.  Hammond Central School District.  Syracuse, New York. Spring, 2010.

 

Cognitive Growth Modeling:  Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in intermediate and high school classrooms.  Syracuse City School District.  Syracuse, New York. Fall, 2009.

 

Cognitive Growth Modeling:  Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in intermediate and high school classrooms.  Hammond Central School District.  Syracuse, New York. Spring, 2009.

 

Improving Instruction and Classroom Assessment: Using the summative assessment analysis model to create classroom assessments and to plan and select instruction.  Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. October, 2009.

 

Cognitive Growth Modeling:  The link between cognition, expertise and educational leadership.  Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. July, 2009.

 

Improving Instruction and Classroom Assessment: Using the summative assessment analysis model to create classroom assessments and to plan instruction.  Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. November, 2008.

 

Improving Instruction and Classroom Assessment: Using the summative assessment analysis model to create classroom assessments and to plan and select instruction.  A.A. Cole Elementary School. Constantia, New York. October, 2008.

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in intermediate and high school classrooms. Syracuse University School of Education Invited Speaker.  Syracuse, New York. October, 2007.

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in intermediate and high school classrooms.  Oswego County BOCES Staff Development Workshop. Mexico, New York. May, 2006.

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model:  Designing classroom assessments and instructional strategies that align with state exams. Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District Staff Development Workshop. Parish, New York. December, 2006.

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in elementary and intermediate science.  Oswego County BOCES Staff Development Workshop. Mexico, New York. November, 2005.

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Identifying the types of knowledge and cognitive processes to frame assessment and instruction in 8th grade English and Science.  Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District Staff Development Workshop.  Parish, New York. October, 2005.