Fall 2022 Session

FALL 2022 DATES: 9/4/22 – 1/6/23

The Long Island Institute of Professional Studies Registration Form

Click Here for Full List ONLINE COURSES for all session dates listed below

IN PERSON COURSES are listed below the session dates.

  • Session I 9/5 – 10/5/22
  • Session II 9/8 – 10/8/22
  • Session III A 9/12 – 10/12/22
  • Session III B 9/15 – 10/15/22
  • Session III C 9/19 – 10/19/22
  • Session IV 9/23 – 10/23/22
  • Session V 9/26 – 10/26/22
  • Session VI 9/29 – 10/29/22
  • Session VII 10/3 – 11/3/22
  • Session VIII 10/5 – 11/5/22
  • Session IX 10/10 – 11/10/22
  • Session X 10/13 – 11/13/22
  • Session XI 10/17 – 11/17/21
  • Session XII 10/21 – 11/21/22
  • Session XIII 10/24 – 11/24/22
  • Session XIX 10/27- 11/27/22
  • Session XX 11/1 – 12/1/22
  • Session XXI 11/4 – 12/4/22
  • Session XXII 11/7 – 12/7/22
  • Session XXIII 11/10 – 12/10/22
  • Session XXIV 11/14 – 12/14/22
  • Session XXV 11/18 – 12/18/22
  • Session XXVA 11/25 – 12/25/20
  • Session XXVB 11/21 – 12/21/22
  • Session XXVI 11/23 – 12/23/22
  • Session XXVI 11/28 – 12/28/22
  • Session XXVII 12/1 – 1/2/23 ** Fall class but last day ends in Spring session
  • Session XXVIII 12/5 – 1/5/23 ** Fall class but last day ends in Spring session
  • Session XXVIV 12/12 – 1/12/23 *** Fall class but last day ends in Spring session
  • Session XXVV 12/15 – 1/15/23 *** Fall class but last day ends in Spring session
  • Session XXVVI 12/19 – 1/19/23 *** Fall class but last day ends in Spring session
  • Session XXVVII 12/26 – 1/26/23 *** Fall class but last day ends in Spring session

SPECIAL ONE WEEK ACCELERATED SESSIONS:

  • Session A 9/5 – 9/9/22
  • Session B 10/3- 10/7/22
  • Session C 11/7 – 11/11/22
  • Session D 11/21 – 11/25/22
  • Session E 12/5 – 12/9/22
  • Session F 12/19 – 12/23/22
  • Session G 12/26 – 12/30/22

SPECIAL TWO WEEK ACCELERATED SESSIONS:

  • Session 1 9/12 – 9/23/22
  • Session 2 9/26 – 10/7/22
  • Session 3 10/10 – 10/21/22
  • Session 4 10/24 – 11/4/22
  • Session 5 11/7 – 11/18/22
  • Session 6 11/28 – 12/9/22
  • Session 7 12/12 – 12/23/22
  • Session 8 12/26 – 1/6/23

Fall 2022 In-Person In-Service Courses

Communicate, Collaborate, Cooperate: Building a Classroom Environment

*New Course Fall 2022

(3 credits/45 hours) In-service credits only

Instructor: Kim Kittredge kkittredgeliips@gmail.com

 Dates: September 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 28, 29 4:15  – 8:45 pm

Course Description:  This course will focus on how to build a true community in your classroom from day one.  Educators will discuss proper communication skills, collaboration techniques and cooperative learning strategies. This course will examine how we communicate (both verbal and non-verbal) to build a happy classroom.  Educators will share how cooperative learning done strategically on daily basis, creates an environment of trust.  Teachers will discuss how collaboration activities and techniques lead to successful classroom atmospheres.  All of these factors put together help to build a strong classroom environment.  This course is a must for all educators levels K-12.

ZOOM SESSIONS AVAILABLE 

Managing Your Moods – Understanding how your everyday moods affect your teaching

**New ClassFall 2022** 

(3 credits/45 hours) In-service credits only 

Instructor: Gayle Meinkes-Lumiagaylelumia@yahoo.com 

Dates: October 4,6,7,11,12,13,14,17,18,19 4:15-8:45pm 

Course Description: Exploring one’s everyday moods and investigating the ways in which our daily cycles affect every aspect of our teaching is tantamount forour students’ success. Our biological bases of our moods can impact a slew of things in our lives and cause us to have ups and downs. This course will enhance all K-12 instructors as they will learn to manage any vulnerabilities that arise during the day. Participants will be able to understand their own moods, think more clearly, be more productive, and engage their students fully with an in-depth logical reasoning. Energy levels will be discussed as well as natural body rhythms and optimum mood regulation. A dynamic work environment will be had by all.  

A must for K-12 educators!!!! 

Teacher-Parent Communication: Let’s Start the Year off Right

Fall 2022 *New Course

Instructor: Kim Kittredge     Kcsunshine1969@yahoo.com

(3 Credits/45 Hours) in service credit only

Dates: October 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21.

Do you ever want a guide to starting the year off right with parents?  This course will focus on how to build relationships with your students parents from the very beginning of the school year.  Educators will discuss how to properly communication with parents and form a meaningful bond. This course will examine ways to touch base and stay in constant communication with your students’ parents.  Educators will share what parent-teacher communication skills work and what skills have often failed.  Teachers will discuss how these successful relationships leads to success and productivity in your classroom.  This course is a must for all educators levels K-12.

Language and Literacy”- Balancing Strategies for Everyday Learners

**New Class – Fall 2022** 

(3 credits/45 hours) In-service credits 

Instructor: Gayle Meinkes-Lumia – gaylelumia@yahoo.com 

Dates: November 1,2,3,4,7,9,10,14,15,16 – 4:15-8:45 pm 

Course Description: This course analyzes the everyday domains of language and literacy. Understanding how language and literacy are intertwined and developing the skills necessary for students is crucial for everyday communication. Providing this connection for our learners in all disciplines enhances their success and guides them in their achievement. Participants will be provided with a medley of activities and strategies that strengthen students’ cognitive learning including read-alouds, vocabulary acquisition, word games, and manipulatives.  A Must for K-12 educators!!!! 

Strategic Teaching Through Better Instruction Utilizing the Next Generation Standards

Fall 2022

Instructor: Kim Kittredge     Kcsunshine1969@yahoo.com

3 Credits (45 hours)  In-service course 

November 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17.

This course will examine effective and strategic teaching methods to work utilizing the Next Generation Standards.  Educators will learn strategic methods towards being the Master Teacher you’ve always wanted to be.  Teachers will examine best practices for instruction to hone your skills on highly effective teaching.  You will see how to transform yourself from being a good teacher to being a great one using educational strategies and standards that work.  Educators will study methods on how to create high performing classrooms and building better instruction skills.  This course is a must for teachers of grades K-12.

Apps and Websites for Educators that Work

Fall 2022

*New Course

Instructor: Kim Kittredge     Kcsunshine1969@yahoo.com

(3 Credits/45 Hours) in service credit only

Dates: December 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20.

Did you ever wonder what Apps to use to get your students motivated? Or maybe you wondered what websites would be the best for their research? This course will focus on sharing these apps and websites for teaching and games. This course will examine the features of certain apps and why they might be used over another. We will also discuss what websites might work best for the age level or grade you teach. Teachers will discuss apps with learning activities, games, reading and research components. Educators will work together to share websites they have used that have worked well and ones that have not. So, next time you need a little educational direction, use apps and websites! This course is a must for all educators levels K-12.

Grades – The necessary evil? – The Impact of Grades on Student Motivation

**New Class – Winter Break!!!**

(3 credits/45 hours) – In-service credits 

Instructor: Gayle Meinkes-Lumia – gaylelumia@yahoo.com 

Dates: December 26,27,28,29,30 – 8:00am-5:00pm  

Course Description: Grades have positive and negative ramifications. Grades have tremendous impact on students’ futures and have been associated with higher levels of stress, anxiety, and cheating as well as increased student learning and drive. This course investigates students’ levels of motivation in terms of grades being offered, the profound effect of separating non academics from letter grades, and the equity of providing students multiple opportunities for success. Participants will modify and develop their own grading techniques in order to enrich their classrooms. **A must for K-12 educators** 

Promoting Self-Esteem in your Students

December Break 2022   December 26-30

Instructor: Kim Kittredge     Kcsunshine1969@yahoo.com

(3 credits/45 hours) in service credit only

This course will discuss how self-esteem can plague so many of our students, and how we, as educators, can help.  We can not only identify the problem, but also address it.  Educators will discuss the causes of low self-esteem especially after the pandemic and address the specific risk factors.  Teachers will share techniques to build the self-esteem of the students that need it the most.  This course is a must for all educators K-12.

*Also offered as an online class.

Strategies for Squashing School Violence

*New Class – Winter 2023* 

(3 credits/45 hours) – In-service credits 

Instructor: Gayle Meinkes-Lumia – gaylelumia@yahoo.com 

Dates: January 3,4,5,6,9,10,11,12,13,17 – 4:15 pm – 8:45 pm 

Course Description: This course will provide an investigative stance on the topic of school violence and the ways in which educators, counselors, nurses, psychologists, and administrators can guide students to prevention. Educators will uncover the ways in which students can contribute to a healthy school environment free of bullying, student conflict, and dissention. Participants will evaluate their own classroom safety procedures, their abilities to intervene when necessary, and learn how they can play an active role in mitigating violence before it occurs. ** A must for K-12 educators**  

Creating Meaningful Student Experiences

Instructor: Kim Kittredge     Kcsunshine1969@yahoo.com

Course Description:

This course is designed to arm educators of all subject areas and levels to bring meaning to your classroom.  Meaningful hands-on lessons will be discussed.  Interactive conversation topics, brain games, puzzles and comics will also be shared.  These types of activities will get the discussions started and your students’ minds working overtime.  So, create meaning for your students every day by creating experiences for them.

This course is a must for educators grades K-12.

3 Credits In service Course (45 Hours)

Winter 2023     January: 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19.

*Also offered as an online class.