While not an exhaustive list, these are some examples of the workshops and inservice courses I have facilitated.
The Web 2.0 Educator I & II
These courses were offered through the teacher center, and then later on an individual basis. The Web 2.0 Educator courses are designed to empower teachers to harness the power of Web 2.0 tools, supporting their curriculum and developing 21st Century Skills in our students.
TechPaths for Curriculum Mapping
As the manager for the District's Techpaths account I do yearly workshops and screencasts on rolling over district and class curricular maps.
I am also responsible for adding teacher accounts and creating and modifying course maps.
School Website -Educational Networks
As the administrator of the middle high school website, I offered in-service classes that taught teachers how to manage their classes, homework, and class pages.
For advanced users I also address uploading content, linking other resources and submitting tickets to customize class pages.
Google Docs for Educators
As a member of the NYC 2007 group of Google Certified Teachers, I offer workshops and one-on-one coaching to teachers who would like to harness this incredible tool for collaboration and editing.
I have also expanded this to an Advanced Computer Applications course for the 10-12 grades.
Edline- Student and Parent Portal
As the 'Super-User' for the middle high school it was my responsibility to manage student and staff accounts, as well as offer inservice courses introducing Edline, and advanced applications for teachers.
These courses encompassed class management, home correspondence, and student uses of the 'web-locker'.
Cyber Safety and addressing E-Rate
This seminar was offered at the TLI Tech Expo to address the concerns many districts have regarding Cyber Safety curriculum and Digital Citizenry.
Amy Billig and I co-authored an in-depth approach to implementing this curriculum 7-12, then presented it to other districts.