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Bank Street Graduate School of Education CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

SUMMER 2018 COURSE GUIDE

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IN THIS ISSUE SPECIAL OFFERINGS 1. PREPARING FOR edTPA 2. MATHEMATICS SUPPORT: MEASUREMENT, GEOMETRY, AND DATA

SPRING COURSES 3. EARLY CHILDHOOD 5. CHILDHOOD 7. MIDDLE SCHOOL AND EARLY ADOLESCENCE 8. LEADERSHIP 9. CAREER DEVELOPMENT 10. CERTIFICATION SUPPORT AND STATE-MANDATED TRAININGS 11. TRAVEL PROGRAMS FOR EDUCATORS

12. FACULTY CREDENTIALS 14. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES


Dear Colleagues, Spring is in full swing, and it’s hard to believe that summer is just around the corner! While we look forward to summer as a wonderful time to enjoy the company of friends and family and take advantage of the lovely outdoors, for those of us in the field of education, it’s also a time to step back and reflect on the previous year. What are we proud of? What areas will need some more attention in the coming year? How can we go about preparing to address some of the obstacles we’ve faced? We invite you to build on your practice this summer by taking on new and exciting challenges in some of our Continuing Professional Studies courses. Our course offerings cover a range of topics and will help you deepen your skills as an educator by exploring practical strategies strongly grounded in theory. Examples include Courageous Leader (p.8), Play Techniques for Early Childhood Settings (p.3), and Fractions, Decimals, and Percents (p.7), among others. We hope you will join the over 1,000 educators who participated in our Continuing Professional Studies programs last year. Browse through this brochure or visit bankstreet.edu/cps to learn about some of the opportunities that might be right for you. Sincerely,

Joy Ellebbane, Director


SPECIAL OFFERINGS SUMMER 2018

PREPARING FOR edTPA edTPA is an assessment process designed by educators to answer the essential question: “Is a new teacher ready for the job?” Here are the upcoming Bank Street workshops for students completing their edTPA. TEWS815N edTPA Informational Workshops This two-hour online workshop will outline the edTPA requirements. You will leave with a clear understanding of the process and a suggested timeline of activities. Participation in one of these information sessions is required to participate in the edTPA Support Workshop scheduled in Fall 2018 (see details below). Section 1 July 19 Online synchronous* session: Thursday, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $35 (not offered for CTLE hours) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 7/12 Section 2 August 9 Online synchronous* session: Thursday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm Fee: $35 (not offered for CTLE hours) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 8/2 *High-speed internet connection with a microphone is required to participate in these workshops. A webcam is optional. TEWS816N edTPA Support Workshop This workshop will help students understand and use the edTPA handbook and other support materials toward preparing their eportfolio. These workshops are not individualized tutoring; rather, they are an opportunity for students to work with a facilitator and peers for support in preparing the eportfolio. When possible students will be grouped according to content area in order to differentiate learning and provide peer consultation around the specifics of their edTPA area. The edTPA workshop takes place completely online with live, synchronous sessions and additional asynchronous sessions to provide students an opportunity to work with others, get support, and provide and receive peer feedback. This four-part edTPA workshop is open to anyone who attended one of the previous informational sessions. Instructor: Tara Kirton. October 27, November 10, December 1 and December 15 Online synchronous* sessions Saturdays, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $200 (not offered for CTLE hours) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 10/20 *High speed internet connection with a microphone is required to participate in these workshops. A webcam is optional.


MATHEMATICS SUPPORT: MEASUREMENT, GEOMETRY, AND DATA This online workshop will prepare participants for the mathematics in the Measurement, Geometry ,and Data section of the Multi-Subject: Teachers of Early Childhood (Birth– Grade 2) New York State Teacher Certification Exam. Topics will include modeling and solving problems with area, perimeter, surface area, volume, Pythagorean Theorem, data, statistics, and probability. The class consists of five synchronous sessions and four weeks of asynchronous tasks and videos. The goal of the synchronous sessions is to provide students with instruction on understanding content and engaging students in problem-solving in a supportive, online environment. The asynchronous activities and videos are designed to provide additional instruction and support based on students’ levels of comfort with the topics. The Measurement, Geometry, and Data section accounts for 17 questions and 25 percent of the mathematics test. Students can locate the list of Performance Indicators for this section of the test at www.nystce.nesinc.com/NY_viewobjs_opener.asp to better determine if this workshop will be beneficial. Instructor: Charlene Marchese. Synchronous sessions* July 10, 12, 17, 19 and 24 Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (2-4 hours of asynchronous work is optional) Fee: $405 (not offered for CTLE or graduate credit) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 7/2 *High speed internet connection with a microphone is required to participate in this course. A webcam is optional.


SETE513N Bibliotherapy in the Early Childhood Setting (Grades Preschool – 3) Bibliotherapy is the art of using children’s literature to help children understand difficult experiences and resolve developmental issues that may interfere with their growth. You will learn how to choose books that address developmental and experiential difficulties. You will also explore how the use of story can help children better understand their own personal experience and learn how to make books that address children’s individual and group needs. Instructor: Lesley Koplow

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

July 11 and 12 Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/3 TEED656N Constructing a Democratic Classroom: Focus on Routines, Rules, and Transitions (Ages 3 – 9 Years) Routines, rules, and transitions may be thought of as providing the framework for the daily life of the classroom. The construction and implementation strongly affects the social, moral, and academic atmosphere. What does democracy mean in relation to routines, rules, and transitions? How can children have a voice in determining them? The ultimate goal is not simply to create order, but also to encourage both autonomy and a caring community. Topics to be considered are views of the nature of the child, developmental appropriateness, flexibility, the needs of English language learners and children with developmental variations, issues around power and control, the meaning of resistance, and how routines and transitions relate to academic learning and the various curriculum areas, particularly social studies. Teachers will examine and analyze the structures in their own and each others’ classrooms. Instructor: Candace Barriteau Phaire July 9 and 10 Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/2 TEWS812N Creating Culturally Responsive Learning Environments for Children and Their Families (Ages 3 – 8 Years) This workshop will take educators on a culturally responsive strength-based journey, equipping them with effective family engagement strategies, tools for supporting the social-emotional development of children, and practices for creating equitable and inclusive learning environments. Participants will walk away with a sitebased or classroom-based action plan for the 2018-19 school year. Work time will be dedicated to age-specific programs to support the implementation of culturally responsive practices across the early childhood years. Instructor: Faith Lamb-Parker

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July 10 Tuesday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm 5 CTLE or .5 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/3

TEWS666N Creating Curriculum Activities for an Integrated Classroom (Grades Pre-K – K) This workshop will focus broadly on how to design and set up activities to support curriculum in an integrated classroom based upon a Bank Street model with social studies as the core curriculum. We will also discuss literacy, math, science, and art activities that incorporate work with materials and play. The workshop will include ways of making these activities more inclusive to address the needs of a diverse student population. The unique and specific contexts of your settings will be taken into account and discussed. Instructor: Timothy Lightman July 16 and 17 Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/9 SPED550N Play as a Tool of Early Intervention (Ages Birth – 8 Years) Young children play to express feelings, gain mastery over materials, and find meaning in complex experiences. When an emotional crisis interferes with a young child’s development, the disturbance manifests itself in the child’s play. If early intervention is required to promote healthy development, play becomes an essential therapeutic tool as well as a diagnostic indicator. This course will utilize current theoretical perspectives to gain insight into children’s play. You will work with these theories to develop play techniques to use in early childhood classrooms and in individual therapy sessions. A basic understanding of early childhood development is required. Instructor: Lesley Koplow July 24 and 25 Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405/ 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/17 EDUC823N [ONLINE] Play Techniques for Early Childhood Settings (Birth – Grade 2) Bank Street College promotes childhood play as a critical component of all children’s development. Play is a child’s primary mode of expression and of learning about the world. In this course, a variety of play techniques are introduced, such as child-centered play and the floortime approach. Participants explore and practice techniques that promote self-regulation, self-esteem, mastery, and social, emotional, and cognitive development in typically developing children as well as in children with special needs. This course is appropriate for general and special education teachers, parents, caregivers, child life specialists, social workers, therapists, and counselors. Participants are required to have prior coursework focused on child development and on developmental variations. The course instructor will act both as a leader and mentor by offering regular support, suggestions, and direction. Students should expect to spend three to five hours per week on coursework outside of synchronous session. If you have questions, contact Kate Ascetta.


June 28 – July 19, 2018* 10 PDH or 1 CEU: $405/ 1 credit $1,565 Required Texts: • Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship, by Gary Landreth (Psych Press, 2011) • How to Talk So Children Can Learn, by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish (Scribner, 2008) Registration Deadline: 6/21 *Synchronous meetings on Thursdays, June 28, July 5, 12, and 19 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST with an optional tech support session on June 21. *A webcam and microphone are required to participate in this course. TEED654N The Reggio-Emilia Approach: From Theory to Practice (Ages Infant – 5 Years) The early childhood program found in Reggio-Emilia, Italy, incorporates an emphasis on the learning environment, process vs. product, developmentally appropriate practice, and the importance of the community of learners. Much of this philosophy reflects the culture of the Italians and is difficult to recreate in the United States. This course is meant to provide an introduction to the approach and will attempt to bridge The Reggio-Emilia theory with American culture. We will view the Reggio-Emilia approach as a means to combat the pushdown curriculum, competition, product over process, and the jumping/ skipping of learning stages we are now experiencing in this country. Instructor: Rick Ellis July 11 and 12 Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/3 TEWS693N Sounds in Motion: The Development of Auditory Perception and Early Literacy through the use of Body Movements (Grades Pre-K – 1) This workshop is designed to teach educators a unique, engaging, and effective program that helps early learners in both regular and special education classes acquire phonemic awareness, listening, early literacy, vocabulary, and articulation skills through the use of body movements. The program has been shown to be beneficial to children who are English Language Learners, and students who qualify for Title 1 schools. Attendees will learn body movements for 40 phonemes, along with techniques for teaching developmental listening and language skills. Instructor: Frances Santore August 6 and 7 Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $55 Registration Deadline: 7/30 TEED630N Supporting Emergent Literacy in the Classroom (Pre-K, Ages 3 – 5 Years) This course will help you meet the literacy standards for Pre-K programs in a developmentally appropriate fashion. Instructor: Tali Berkovitch We will explore: • The role of classroom routines and environment • Children’s expressive and receptive language skills and the components of literacy development

• Center-based, large and small group instruction • Ways to read aloud effectively • Supporting English language learners • Methods of supporting children’s emerging phonemic, phonological, and print awareness • How to create meaningful writing experiences July 30 and 31 Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/23 SEWS554N Supporting Language Development in the Preschool Classroom (Ages 2 – 5 Years) This workshop is based on the premise that with increased opportunities to practice language in the classroom, young children will become more efficient communicators. Participants will be provided with a variety of classroom techniques that will engage children with a wide range of language abilities and will help them to listen, learn, and communicate most effectively. You will learn to analyze teacher communication styles and how to best match them to the language learning styles of your students. Using a timeline for development as a foundation, we will review the course of typical language acquisition and contrast it with language delay, differences, and disorders. We will use multisensory materials to practice how to incorporate language stimulation techniques into daily lessons so as to seize all interactions as language learning opportunities. Instructor: Suzanne L. Abrams August 7 and 9 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $5 Registration Deadline: 7/31 TEWS709N Using Blocks to Build Creative, Inclusive Early Childhood Environments (Grades Pre-K - 2) Blocks and the dramatic play that accompanies block building offer children multiple and diverse opportunities to express their understanding of the social and physical world in which they live. From the early efforts of three and four year olds to stack and balance blocks to the dynamic communities of stores, services, and homes built by six and seven year olds, children can experience a growing and vital sense of community. Working collaboratively to design block buildings, children learn to articulate and solve problems, negotiate, and cooperate. In this workshop, you will learn how to organize block-building areas in the classroom and get all the children involved, both boys and girls. We will also examine how math, reading, writing, art, science, and woodworking can be incorporated in natural and meaningful ways. Field trips and the opportunities for first-hand research that they provide are an essential component of a block program and will also be discussed. Instructor: Elise Bauer July 16 and 18* Monday and Wednesday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/9 *This course is being held at City and Country School.

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SETE508N Behavior Management Strategies for the Classroom Teacher (Grades Pre-K – 8) Good classroom management is at the heart of effective teaching. This course is aimed at teachers in regular and special education settings who want to learn how to organize their classrooms to help students realize their maximum potential while also keeping their classes on track. It includes a step-by-step approach for setting up and carrying out a behavior modification strategy. This course is intended for instructors with less than five years experience, but more experienced professionals also will come away with new techniques to add to their repertoire. Instructor: Debbie Zlotowitz

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CHILDHOOD

August 7 and 8 Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405/ 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/31 TEED656N Constructing a Democratic Classroom: Focus on Routines, Rules, and Transitions (Ages 3 – 9 Years) Routines, rules, and transitions may be thought of as providing the framework for the daily life of the classroom. The construction and implementation strongly affects the social, moral, and academic atmosphere. What does democracy mean in relation to routines, rules and transitions? How can children have a voice in determining them? The ultimate goal is not only to simply create order, but also to encourage both autonomy and a caring community. Topics to be considered are views of the nature of the child, developmental appropriateness, flexibility, the needs of English language learners and children with developmental variations, issues around power and control, the meaning of resistance, and how routines and transitions relate to academic learning and the various curriculum areas, particularly social studies. Teachers will examine and analyze the structures in their own and each others’ classrooms. Instructor: Candace Barriteau Phaire July 9 and 10 Monday and Tuesday, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/2 TEWS671N Clarifying Comprehension: Practical Strategies for Educators (Grades 1 – 5) Teaching students to understand what they read is one of the most challenging tasks for teachers; however, there are numerous strategies that offer ways to increase student engagement in the reading process. This workshop covers schema and how to activate it, types of text and how to best teach the differences, ways to instruct with visualization techniques using Question/Answer/Response (QAR), Think Aloud, Reciprocal Teaching, Retellings (oral and written) for narrative and expository text and how to use it for gleaning information about student process, and ways to teach inferences from text. Please bring some stories or books you are using in your classroom. Instructor: Mollie Welsh Kruger

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July 17 Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 6 CTLE or.6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit)

Materials fee: $5 Registration Deadline: 7/10 SETE517N Early Childhood Assessment (Ages Birth – 6 Years) This workshop is designed to promote fluency in your early childhood assessment skills across all domains of development. We will review standardized tests [such as the DAYC (Developmental Assessment of Young Children) and the Beery VMI (Visual Motor Integration)] and help you polish your clinical observation skills. This course includes an overview of sensory integration processing and developmental domain integration. You will learn how one area of development influences others and how a delay or disorder in one domain can impact on others. Instructor: Aida Salcedo-Kelly August 7 and 8 Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/31 TEED650N Early Number, Addition, and Subtraction (Grades K – 4) How do children develop computational strategies to help them add and subtract? This course explores how children make sense of these operations. Through video clips and student work samples, we’ll examine effective, efficient, and accurate problem-solving strategies that children can use to master addition and subtraction. We’ll discuss the role of the standard algorithm in a standards-based mathematics classroom and consider the teacher’s role in helping children develop computational fluency. In addition, you will examine mathematical ideas central to addition and subtraction, thereby deepening our own mathematical content knowledge. Instructor: Eliza Chung August 1 and 2 Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $30 (includes required text) Registration Deadline: 7/25 SPED585N The Essential Orton-Gillingham (Grades 1 – 6) The Orton-Gillingham method of teaching decoding, spelling, and handwriting is a multisensory approach that has been used successfully with children who experience difficulty learning these skills. This course trains you in the Orton-Gillingham techniques and translates high-interest comprehension activities into literacy programs. Required text: Preventing Academic Failure, by Phyllis Bertin and Eileen Perlman (Monroe Associates Publishers). Instructors: Ginny O’Hare Perrin and Debbie Zlotowitz August 13, 14, 15, and 16* Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 24 CTLE or 2 CEU $810 / 2 credits $3,130 Materials fee: $82 (includes required text) Registration Deadline: 8/6 *This course is being held at Mary McDowell Friends School in Brooklyn.


TEWS750N Language Difference Versus Disorder in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students (Ages 4 Years – Grade 1) The goal of this workshop is to enable teachers to differentiate instruction to support the language and literacy development of ELLs/ dual language learners in their classroom. Topics include: clinical clues for differentiating language difference and language disorders, instructional strategies to support ELLs/dual-language learners, and literacy development for ELLs/dual language learners. Participants will also review the stages of second language acquisition, especially as it relates to culturally and linguistically diverse students in mono- and dual-language settings. We will also provide strategies for working effectively with diverse families and students and explore best practices in establishing and increasing cross-cultural competence in educational settings. Instructor: Aida Salcedo-Kelly July 23 Monday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/17 TEED565N Meeting the Diverse Needs of Beginning Readers (Grades K – 3) In every classroom, some children take longer to master beginning reading skills. Teachers, therefore, need to develop a variety of materials and approaches to help all children and particularly those having difficulty learning to read. We will discuss and demonstrate strategies you can use to enhance children’s decoding and encoding skills. We will also review methods and engage in activities designed to improve reading comprehension skills. You will have the opportunity to explore how you can use these techniques in your individual school settings. Some teaching experience is required. Instructor: Allison Arthur May August 6 and 7 Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/31 TEWS712N Mindfulness in Education (Ages 4 – 11 Years) Mindfulness is a particular way of paying attention to internal thoughts, sensations, emotions and external stimuli, with kindness. Practicing Mindfulness in educational settings promotes self-regulation and metacognition while enhancing attention and decreasing stress. In this workshop, you will learn activities to use in your classroom to support classroom instruction, community building, and social-emotional learning. We will also explore the history of Mindfulness, current Mindfulness research, and the impact it has on our minds and bodies. For teachers, administrators, parents, caregivers, child life specialists, and museum educators. Instructor: Greg David August 9 Thursday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 8/2

TEWS707N Minds in Motion: Bringing Science to Life Through Creative Movement (Grades K – 4) Children love to move and they are curious about the natural world. Through this participatory class you will experience how to teach science concepts through creative movement, kinesthetic activities, and dance. Learn how to use tableaux to reveal the sequence of transformation, create a journey to follow a life cycle, enter into a story to become a part of nature, and construct bodily-kinesthetic activities to explain physical properties. Movement activities will address sound waves, life cycles, electricity, water, animals, seasons, weather, and more. Instructor: Susan Griss August 1 Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $5 Registration Deadline: 7/25 TEWS693N Sounds in Motion: The Development of Auditory Perception and Early Literacy Through the Use of Body Movements (Grades Pre-K – 1) This workshop is designed to teach educators a unique, engaging, and effective program that helps early learners in both regular and special education classes acquire phonemic awareness, listening, early literacy, vocabulary, and articulation skills through the use of body movements. The program has been shown to be beneficial to children who are English Language Learners, and students who qualify for Title 1 schools. Attendees will learn body movements for 40 phonemes, along with techniques for teaching developmental listening and language skills. Instructor: Frances Santore August 6 and 7 Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $55 Registration Deadline: 7/30 TEWS709N Using Blocks to Build Creative, Inclusive Early Childhood Environments (Grades Pre-K – 2) Blocks and the dramatic play that accompanies block building offer children multiple and diverse opportunities to express their understanding of the social and physical world in which they live. From the early efforts of three and four year olds to stack and balance blocks to the dynamic communities of stores, services, and homes built by six and seven year olds, children can experience a growing and vital sense of community. Working collaboratively to design block buildings, children learn to articulate and solve problems, negotiate, and cooperate. In this workshop, you will learn how to organize block-building areas in the classroom and get all the children involved, both boys and girls. We will also examine how math, reading, writing, art, science, and woodworking can be incorporated in natural and meaningful ways. Field trips and the opportunities for first-hand research that they provide are an essential component of a block program and will also be discussed. Instructor: Elise Bauer July 16 and 18* Monday and Wednesday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/9 *This course is being held at City and Country School bankstreet.edu/cps/register I 6


TEED652N Fractions, Decimals, and Percents: Looking at Models, Big Ideas, Strategies, and Contexts (Grades 3 – 6) This course will examine how children construct an understanding of fractions, decimals, and percents. We will look at various visual models that help students make sense of these topics. We’ll examine big ideas and strategies central to fractions, decimals, and percents and look at ways to design a curriculum that elicits these models, big ideas, and strategies. Throughout the entire day’s discussions and activities, we will develop realistic contexts that allow students to connect fractions, decimals, and percents to the world outside of school. Instructor: Julie Broderick.

August 7 and 8 Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405/ 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/31

July 24 and 25 Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $30 (includes required text) Registration Deadline: 7/17

TEWS671N Clarifying Comprehension: Practical Strategies for Educators (Grades 1 – 5) Teaching students to understand what they read is one of the most challenging tasks for teachers; however, there are numerous strategies that offer ways to increase student engagement in the reading process. This workshop covers schema and how to activate it, types of text and how to best teach the differences, ways to instruct with visualization techniques using Question/ Answer/Response (QAR), Think Aloud, Reciprocal Teaching, Retellings (oral and written) for narrative and expository text and how to use it for gleaning information about student process, and ways to teach inferences from text. Please bring some stories or books you are using in your classroom. Instructor: Mollie Welsh Kruger.

TEWS749N Language Matters! Supporting Mathematical Discourse in the Classroom (Ages 5 – 13) This workshop will explore the role of discourse in the mathematics classroom. How do we support the development of ideas and language in mathematics? All students, including ELLs and those with languagebased disabilities, need supported opportunities to communicate their mathematical thinking and develop mathematical language. The workshop will focus on the “why” of mathematics while exploring strategies to support and develop productive discourse for all learners in a classroom. Instructor: Amy Withers.

July 17 Tuesday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $5 Registration Deadline: 7/10

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SETE508N Behavior Management Strategies for the Classroom Teacher (Grades Pre-K – 8) Good classroom management is at the heart of effective teaching. This course is aimed at teachers in regular and special education settings who want to learn how to organize their classrooms to help students realize their maximum potential while also keeping their classes on track. It includes a step-by-step approach for setting up and carrying out a behavior modification strategy. This course is intended for instructors with less than five years experience, but more experienced professionals also will come away with new techniques to add to their repertoire. Instructor: Debbie Zlotowitz

SPED585N The Essential Orton-Gillingham (Grades 1 – 6) The Orton-Gillingham method of teaching decoding, spelling, and handwriting is a multisensory approach that has been used successfully with children who experience difficulty learning these skills. This course trains you in the Orton-Gillingham techniques and translates high-interest comprehension activities into literacy programs. Required text: Preventing Academic Failure, by Phyllis Bertin and Eileen Perlman (Monroe Associates Publishers). Instructors: Ginny O’Hare Perrin and Debbie Zlotowitz August 13, 14, 15 and 16* Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 2 CEU $810 / 2 credits $3,130 Materials fee: $82 (includes required text) Registration Deadline: 8/6 *This course is being held at Mary McDowell Friends School in Brooklyn.

July 27 Friday, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/20 TEWS712N Mindfulness in Education (Ages 4 – 11 Years) Mindfulness is a particular way of paying attention to internal thoughts, sensations, emotions and external stimuli with kindness. Practicing Mindfulness in educational settings promotes self-regulation and metacognition, while enhancing attention and decreasing stress. In this workshop, you will learn activities to use in your classroom to support classroom instruction, community building, and social-emotional learning. We will also explore the history of Mindfulness, current Mindfulness research, and the impact it has on our minds and bodies. For teachers, administrators, parents, caregivers, child life specialists, and museum educators. Instructor: Gregory David. August 10 Thursday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 6 CTLE or .6 CEU $275 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/3


NEW! TEWS814N [ONLINE] Search Strategies for Young Learners (Grades 4 – 8) Young learners tend to think that finding information on the internet is easy. You type a short query into a search engine and within seconds you are given access to massive data sets and factoids. However, finding information and using information are very different things. The disconnect between easy access and knowledge building is a problem any user faces, especially young ones. Younger users struggle to find appropriate answers to the questions they have been asked, assess the relevance and authority of what they have found, and turn their findings into an effective response. In this one-hour webinar, we will examine a variety of strategies to help students for find, select, and evaluate information. Instructor: Steve Goss.

LEAD528N Dynamic Leadership: Inspiring and Supporting Your Teaching Faculty (Ages 3 – 10 years old) This course is designed for administrators, program directors, and emerging leaders working with early childhood/early elementary programs. Participants will identify opportunities and challenges inherent in the leadership role and examine ways to build engaging teaching and learning communities. Discussion will emphasize concrete ways to motivate, support, inspire, and cultivate teacher leaders. Topics will include: creating positive school culture, exploring effective ways to use meeting and professional development time, and maximizing on the potential of physical space in an educational setting. Instructor: Elizabeth McKenna. July 24 and 25 Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 / 1 credit $1,565 Materials fee: $10 Registration Deadline: 7/17

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LEADERSHIP

Online synchronous session: August 6 Monday, 6:30 pm – 7:30pm $35 (not offered for credit, CEU or CTLE hours) Registration deadline: 7/30

NEW! LEWS565N The Role of Courageous Leadership When Leading through the Lens of Equity Participants will identify opportunities and challenges inherent to leading through the lens of equity as well as practical ways of applying theoretical concepts when meeting the needs of traditionally marginalized student groups within school systems. Participants will build their leadership capacity to engage in critical conversations through the lens of equity with regards to the inherent challenges faced by students with disabilities, children of color, LGBTQ, English language learners, socioeconomically disadvantaged, as well as unaccompanied youth. Participants will spend part of the time in the course crafting a comparative equity analysis of 2 school districts. This analysis will be crafted in collaboration with thought partners that attend the course. This course is designed for administrators and emerging leaders. Instructor: Dr Green. July 31 Tuesday, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm 5 CTLE or .5 CEU: $275 (not offered for credit) Registration Deadline: 7/24 TEWS672N Working Effectively with Your Teaching Team (Grades Pre-K – 3) This workshop will explore the complex dynamics of working as a team in an early childhood environment or classroom. We will discuss techniques that create a successful school environment that leads to more competent and confident children, healthier partnerships with parents, and a more fulfilling workplace for teachers and administrators. Directors and head teachers will learn techniques for building a strong and dynamic teaching team, how to be an effective mentor, how to work collaboratively, and how to delegate responsibilities. Instructor: Jean Schriber July 25 and 26 Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm 12 CTLE or 1.2 CEU $405 (not offered for credit) Materials fee: $15 Registration Deadline: 7/18 bankstreet.edu/cps/register I 8


August 6, 7, 8, and 9 Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Wednesday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 24 CTLE or 2 CEU $810 / 2 credits $3,130 Materials fee: $55 Registration Deadline: 7/30 (Fulfills the prerequisite for 2 credits in studio art)

SUMMER 2018 COURSES

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

ARTS500N Experiments in Art: The Artistic Process Using different materials, you will experiment with process, color, texture, and light to create books, paintings, and photographs. Day one will use landscapes/mindscapes as inspiration for work in pastels and acrylic. Day two will be spent in a bookmaking workshop. Day three we will experiment with the camera obscura and take pictures with a camera you construct. The final day we will bring all elements together, reflect on your creative process, and help structure your final assignment. Instructors: Ig Mata and Susan Seitner

TEWS598N Writing for Children: Finding Your Voice So you want to write a children’s book? This workshop will give you the boost you’ve been waiting for and get you started on that picture book, novel, or young reader, once and for all. In this friendly and supportive environment, class discussions will focus on all aspects of good storytelling and good writing, including tone of voice, clear dialogue, characters who feel real, and beautiful language. The focus is on the exciting process of finding your voice and writing, not just a story, but one that really means something to you. Teachers will gain a better understanding of the writing process so that they, in turn, can help their students find pleasure in crafting their stories. Everyone who takes this course will come away with new insights about the beautiful power of storytelling, and why children’s books will always count. Instructor: Amy Hest July 9 – 30 (7 sessions) Mondays and Thursdays, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm No credit $460 (not offered for credit, CEU or CTLE hours) Registration Deadline: 7/2 TEWS807N Writing for Children II: Fine-Tuning Your Manuscript Writing a children’s book is hard work, but you don’t have to do it alone! Refining your manuscript will be a continuing process in this workshop. There will be tweaking, fine tuning, and yes, even joy as you watch your story take shape in a nonjudgmental and quite friendly environment of like-minded writers. We recommend taking Writing for Children: Finding Your Voice (see above) prior to this workshop, but it’s not required. July 25, August 1 and 8, 2018 Wednesdays, 9:30 am – 11:30 am 4 CTLE or .4 CEU $225 (not offered for credit) Registration Deadline: 1/18

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TEWS808N Writing for Children III: Publishing 101 So you’ve got a manuscript you’re happy with—Now what? In this online workshop, you’ll learn the basics about queries, agents, and the editorial process as well as how to find like-minded writers and promote yourself and your work. Most important, you’ll learn tips of the trade from an experienced editor. Instructor: Sharyn November Online synchronous meetings: August 2 Thursday, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $35 (not offered for credit, CEU or CTLE hours) Registration deadline: 7/26 TEWS810N The Writer’s Lab for Unpublished Authors We are offering this lab for a small group of committed writers who enjoy the writing process and want to come together each month to share their works in progress and receive feedback from other committed writers. This is a safe and supportive place to try out what you’ve been working on independently in a facilitated workshop. Occasional guest speakers from the publishing world will join the group to discuss different aspects of writing, such as writing from an illustrator’s perspective or to provide personal viewpoints on the writer’s experience. Instructor: Amy Hest Prerequisite: Finding Your Voice, Fine-tuning Your Manuscript (both listed above) or submit a manuscript in progress. Inquiries and manuscripts should be emailed to cps@bankstreet.edu by June 28, 2018. Space will be limited to 15 people. Individuals who submit a manuscript (or who took a prerequisite class) will be notified of acceptance on a rolling basis. July 10 and 31, 2018 Tuesdays, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm 4 CTLE or .4 CEU $160 (not offered for credit) Registration Deadline: 7/2 (Registration is limited and manuscripts must be submitted by 6/28.) TEWS808N [ONLINE] Writing for Children III: Publishing 101 So you’ve got a manuscript you’re happy with – now what? In this online workshop, you’ll learn the basics about queries, agents, and the editorial process as well as how to find like-minded writers and promote yourself and your work. Most important: you’ll learn tips of the trade from an experienced editor. Instructor: Sharyn November. Online synchronous meetings: August 2 Thursday, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $35 (not offered for credit, CEU or CTLE hours) Registration deadline: 7/26


CERTIFICATION SUPPORT AND STATE-MANDATED TRAININGS

MATH501N [ONLINE] Mathematics Support: Measurement, Geometry, and Data** This online workshop will prepare participants for the mathematics in the Measurement, Geometry and Data section of the Multi-Subject: teachers of Early Childhood (Birth – Grade 2) New York State Teacher Certification Exam. Topics will include modeling and solving problems with area, perimeter, surface area, volume, Pythagorean Theorem, data, statistics, and probability. The class consists of five synchronous sessions and four weeks of asynchronous tasks and videos. The goal of the synchronous sessions is to provide students with instruction on understanding content and engaging students in problem solving in a supportive online environment. The asynchronous activities and videos are designed to provide additional instruction and support based on students’ levels of comfort with the topics. The Measurement, Geometry, and Data section accounts for 17 questions and 25 percent of the mathematics test. Students can locate the list of Performance Indicators for this section of the test at www.nystce.nesinc.com/ NY_viewobjs_opener.asp to better determine if this workshop will be beneficial. Instructor: Charlene Marchese. Synchronous sessions: July 10, 12, 17, 19 and 24 Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (2-4 hours of asynchronous work is optional) Fee: $405 (not offered for CTLE or graduate credit) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 7/2 **High-speed internet connection with a microphone is required to participate in this course. A webcam is optional. TEWS500N [ONLINE] State-mandated Training in Child Abuse Identification and Reporting All licensed professionals working with children under 18 years of age are required by NY State law to report suspected child abuse and neglect. This course will help you learn to identify symptoms of child abuse and neglect and will provide you with information about the required procedures for reporting abuse. The NY State Certificate of Completion will be issued to all registrants who attend the full two-hour session. Instructor: Christine Low Online: July 26 Thursday, 5:15 pm –7:15 pm Fee for any one session $75 Registration Deadline: 7/19 Note: Workshops fill early. Pre-registration is required. PLEASE NOTE: Registrants should make sure to log into this course at or before the specified start time. No one will be allowed to participate in any of the Statemandated Workshops after the posted start time. Those who log in late are not eligible for a transfer or refund.

TEWS815N edTPA Informational Workshops This two-hour online workshop will outline the edTPA requirements. You will leave with a clear understanding of the process and a suggested timeline of activities. Participation in one of these information sessions is required to participate in the edTPA Support Workshop scheduled in Fall 2018 (see details on page 1). Section 1 July 19 Online synchronous* session Thursday, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $35 (not offered for CTLE hours) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 7/12 Section 2 August 9 Online synchronous* session: Thursday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm Fee: $35 (not offered for CTLE hours) Fee is waived for matriculated students at Bank Street College Registration Deadline: 8/2 *High-speed internet connection with a microphone is required to participate in these workshops. A webcam is optional. TEWS501N [ONLINE] State-mandated Training on School Violence Prevention Anyone applying for certification after February 2, 2001 must complete two hours of training on school violence prevention and intervention. This workshop includes training in effective classroom management techniques, identifying the warning signs of violent and other troubling behavior, and intervention techniques for resolving violent incidents in the school. The NY State Certificate of completion will be issued to all registrants who attend the full two-hour session. Section 1 Online: July 17 Tuesday, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm Instructor: Ana Lisa Tiburcio Fee for any one session: $75 Registration Deadline: 7/10 Section 2 Online: August 8 Wednesday, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm Instructor: Erin Baer Fee for any one session: $75 Registration Deadline: 8/1. (Workshops fill early. Pre-registration is required.) PLEASE NOTE: Registrants should make sure to log into this course at or before the specified start time. No one will be allowed to participate in any of the Statemandated Workshops after the posted start time. Those who log in late are not eligible for a transfer or refund.

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CPS study programs are geared toward working educators who want to broaden their knowledge through experiences in other cultures. While priority is given to Bank Street educators, others are strongly encouraged to apply. Credit and noncredit (CTLE) options available.

Section 1 Part I: 3-hour asynchronous. Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on 6/7. Part II: June 12, In-person Tuesday, 5:15 pm – 8:15 pm Instructor: Naomi Weiss Fee for any one session $140 Registration Deadline: 6/5 Section 2 Part I: 3-hour asynchronous. Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on 7/8. Part II: July 11, In-person Wednesday, 5:15 pm – 8:15 pm Instructor: Lauren Kaplan Fee for any one session: $140 Registration Deadline: 7/3 Section 3 Part I: 3-hour asynchronous. Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on 7/18. Part II: July 23, In-person Monday, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Instructor: Ron Woo Fee for any one session: $140 Registration Deadline: 7/16 Section 4 Part I: 3-hour asynchronous. Online component must be completed by 11:55 pm on 8/2. Part II: August 7, In-person Tuesday, 5:15 pm – 8:15 pm Instructor: Lauren Kaplan Fee for any one session: $140 Registration Deadline: 7/31 NOTE: You must complete Part I online by the date and time listed for each section and attend the Part II face-to-face session. Workshops start promptly. You must be on time for Part II in order to receive a completion certificate. Students who are late will NOT be permitted entrance to the workshop and are not eligible for a transfer or refund. Students who do not complete both Part I and Part II are not eligible for a transfer or refund. Withdrawals or transfer requests made in writing are subject to a $15 change fee and will be accepted up to the registration deadline.

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TRAVEL PROGRAMS FOR EDUCATORS

TEWS708N State-mandated Training: Dignity for All Students Anyone applying for certification during or after the Fall 2013 semester must complete six hours of training on the social patterns of harassment, bullying, and discrimination. This workshop includes training in identifying indicators, early warning signs, prevention and intervention techniques, and how to interact with families of victims and aggressors.

TEED648N The Delicate Connection of People & the Biology of the Rainforest Participants will learn practical and thoughtful ways of teaching children about nature and social studies through inquiry. You will also learn how to teach children about far-away places, so you can explore and teach about the rainforest through an interdisciplinary perspective in your own classroom or museum setting. Instructors: Marian Howard and Patricia Mazuera-Johnson August 3 - 17, 2018

TEED651N Cultural Explorations in Morocco Based in the cities of Rabat and Fes, participants will spend seven days experiencing the culture and languages of Morocco first-hand. Through meetings with representatives from a variety of education institutions, formal and informal, and site visits to the Ministry of Education, and Moroccan schools (when their calendar permits), participants will gain a greater understanding of Arab culture as experienced in Morocco. Instructor: Susannah Bien-Gund June 30 - July 8, 2018

TEWS817N Social Justice and Service Learning in Puerto Rico Join us in San Juan this July as we volunteer our time to support summer initiatives with children, learn about education innovations, and explore the culture and history of Puerto Rico. We will be partnering with the University of Puerto Rico Secondary School at Rio Piedras to visit schools, learn about education innovations on the island, and talk with key figures in the Department of Education, teachers’ unions, and local universities. Instructor: Julie Broderick June 30 - July 7, 2018


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FACULTY CREDENTIALS

Suzanne L. Abrams has a Master of Science degree in Speech Pathology from Teachers College at Columbia University. She also has a certification in Speech/ Language Pathology from ASHA, the American Speech and Hearing Association.

a Masters with Honors in Special Education from City College of New York, a Master with Honors in Educational Leadership from Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY and a Master with Honors in Social Science from State University of New York at Binghamton.

Kate Ascetta earned her PhD. in Special Education from University of Oregon, her MSEd in Early Childhood Special Education from Bank Street College of Education and BS in Elementary General and Special Education from the State University of New York at Geneseo.

Amy Hest is the author of more than 35 books for children of all ages. She has an MA of Library Science from C.W. Post College and a BA from Hunter College.

Erin Baer holds an Master of Social Work in Clinical Practice and Human Services Management from Fordham University and a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, English, and Creative Writing from New York University. Candace Barriteau Phaire received her PhD from NYU in the Department of Teaching and Learning and her MSEd in Elementary Education from Brooklyn College. She earned her BA in Political Science from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. Elise Bauer has an MSEd from Bank Street College and a BA in American Civilization from George Washington University. Tali Berkovitz holds a PhD, where the focus on her studies was on the successful integration of dual language instruction, and an MA in Early Childhood Education from NYU. She holds a BS in Psychology from Brooklyn College, City University of New York. Julie Broderick has an MS in Applied Linguistics from Georgetown University and an MSEd in Math Leadership from Bank Street College. She has a BA in government and linguistics from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. Eliza Chung has an MA in Cognitive Studies of Educational Practice from Teachers College, Columbia University and a BS in Psychology and Education at Barnard College, Columbia University. Greg David holds a MA in English from NYU and an MSEd in Childhood Special and General Education from Bank Street. He received a BS in Economics from the Wharton School, as well as BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania. David has been practicing yoga for 19 years and has studied, practiced, and taught mindfulness and yoga in his classroom for six years. Rick Ellis has an MSEd from the College of New Jersey and a BA from Rider University. Steve Goss received his EdD from Teachers College, Columbia University in Instructional Technology and Design and his MA in Art Education from New York University. He earned his BS in Art Education from Pennsylvania State University. Ebony Green holds a Doctorate of Education Leadership from Sage College of Albany, NY. She holds

Lesley Koplow has a MS in Educational Leadership from Bank Street College and a LCSW from Hunter School of Social Work. She also holds a BA in Child Development from New College. Tara Kirton holds and MSEd in Early Childhood Special and General Education from Bank Street College and an MA in Public Communications from Fordham University. Her BA is from the State University of New York at Albany in English. Mollie Welsh Kruger has an EdD from Teachers College, Columbia University in Curriculum and Teaching with a focus on literacy. Her MA in Curriculum and Teaching is from Fordham University, as is her BA in Mathematics. Timothy Lightman has an MSEd in Special Education and an MS in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, both from Bank Street College of Education. He also has a BA in American History from New York University. Christine Low has an MS in Social Work from Columbia University. She has been a licensed social worker since graduation. Between 1991 and 2004, she was licensed as a CSW and she received her LCSW in 2004 when that licensing option was initiated. Photographer Ig Mata holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Alison Arthur May holds an EdM in Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University and an MSEd in Elementary Education, with a concentration in Science/Environmental Education from Antioch New England, in Keene, NH. Her BA is in Philosophy and the Political Thought/Environmental Studies from Muhlenberg College. Elizabeth McKenna holds a Columbia University Coaching Certificate offered by the Teachers College, Columbia University Coaching Certification Program, an MS in Education, specializing in Supervision and Administration from Bank Street College, and a BS in Elementary Education from the University of Vermont, Burlington. Ginny O’Hare Perrin has an MSEd in Special Education from Bank Street College. Aida Salcedo-Kelly holds a professional diploma in School Administration and Supervision and a Bilingual Extension in School Psychology both from Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. She earned a MSEd in bankstreet.edu/cps/register I 12


School Psychology from Long Island University and a BA in Psychology from Pace University. Frances Santore has an MA in Speech-Language Pathology from Temple University. Jean Schreiber earned her MS in Early Childhood Education from Bank Street College of Education, where she is an instructor in the Continuing Professional Studies Program. Susan Seitner has an MA in Elementary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a BA from Goucher College. Ana Lisa Tiburcio earned a Masters in Social Work from the City University of New York’s Hunter College School of Social Work. She also holds a BA in Psychology, with a minor in Children’s Studies, from City University of New York’s Brooklyn College. Amy Withers holds a Master of Science in Education from Bank Street College of Education, and also holds a Master of Science in Teaching from Fordham University and a Master of Public Administration from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service. Ronald Woo hold a JD from Brooklyn Law School. Debbie Zlotowitz has a SAS from Bank Street College. She also has an MS in Exceptional Education, with additional certification in Reading, and a BA in Speech Pathology and Audiology, both from State University College of Buffalo.

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Registration Fees Registrations are accepted on a space-available, first-come first-served basis. All online registration will be acknowledged by email. All faxed, mailed, or in-person registration will be acknowledged by return mail. • Tuition & fees are subject to approval by the Bank Street College Board of Trustees. • Registration received after the posted registration deadline is subject to a $25 late registration fee. • Courses taken for credit include a nonrefundable registration fee. The registration fee in any one semester is $50 for 1 to 3 credits, and $100 for 4 or more credits. • Students taking courses in both the Graduate School and Continuing Professional Studes (CPS) should combine credits taken with each in calculating the applicable registration fee. • There is no registration fee for courses taken for CEU.

• Changes must be submitted in writing to the Continuing Professional Studies office no later than one week preceding the first class meeting date and are subject to a $15 fee. No withdrawals/ refund/transfer request will be accepted after that time. • Change from credit to CEU/Audit will be accepted up until (but no later than) the beginning of the second class session. • Change from CEU/Audit to credit will be accepted up until (but no later than) 5 business days after the last class session. Changes require approval of the instructor and CPS office. • Only the student named on the registration form may attend a course. Should a school wish to send another staff member in place of a registered student, there will be a late registration fee ($25) as well as a processing fee of $25. • Should an emergency prevent a student from attending a workshop, a full refund will be processed upon receipt of a written request and documentation of the emergency. (Emergencies are defined as unforeseeable situations that require the registered student’s immediate attention.) Attendance at all class sessions is required. A student who misses the first class session, may not attend future class sessions. Refunds or transfers are only processed in case of emergencies. (See emergency policy, above, under Changes of Registration.) For exceptions, both the instructor and the Continuing Professional Studies office must grant permission.

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POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Changes of Registration

• Children are not permitted in class and may not be left unattended on Bank Street College property. • No one will be admitted to any State Mandated Training workshop after the posted start time and there are no refunds/transfer for late arrivals. Assignments for courses taken for one credit must be postmarked two weeks after the final class meeting. Courses taken for two or three credits must be postmarked four weeks after the final class meeting.

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WHY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AT BANK STREET? In our classes, you will gain methods for turning theory into practical applications you can immediately bring into your own classroom. • Our faculty are experts in their field. • Earn New York State CTLE hours. • Network and share your ideas with other educators. • Advance your practice and career.

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CPS Summer Course Guide 2018  
CPS Summer Course Guide 2018