Narcan Training
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Date:
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Price (Governing):
$0
Price (Affiliate Member):
$0
Price (Patron Organizational):
$0
Price (Patron Student):
$0
Price (Patron Personal Member):
$0
Price (Non-Member):
$0
Price (Other NY 3Rs Library Member):
$0
Price (WNYLRC Staff):
$0

Location:
Western New York Library Resources Council

Description:
  • The ECDOH provides training how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose. This training includes how to use the aerosol version of naloxone (Narcan) to reverse the overdose.
  • There is NO COST to attend this training. Participants must be at least 16 years old.
  • Naloxone is a benign drug. If it is administered when an individual is not experiencing an opioid overdose, no harm will come to the patient.
  • Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to recognize the signs & symptoms of an opioid overdose, administer naloxone (Narcan) properly and take necessary follow-up steps.  

This training is for any library staff who is interested in learning more about naloxone and how to respond to opioid overdoses. 

Workshop Length:
0.2
Speaker Name:
Cheryll Moore
Max Class Size:
30

Professional Development Workshop: Protest and Citizenship: Using Primary Sources to Create Evidence-Based Arguments

 

Professional Development Workshop: Protest and Citizenship: Using Primary Sources to Create Evidence-Based Arguments

 

2 Professional Development Sessions that Support C3 Framework and Next Generation English Language Arts Learning Standards

Mondays, December 2 and 9, 2019 from 8:30am-2:30pm

Location: WNYLRC Training Center (4950 Genesee Street, Buffalo, NY)

 

The goal of this professional development program is to:

  • Introduce educators to the principles of communication across the curriculum and communication in the disciplines;
  • Build a knowledge base of digital primary sources available through the Library of Congress;
  • Understand and develop strategies to foster critical thinking through communication across the curriculum techniques;
  • Identify key considerations for selecting primary sources for instructional use;
  • Identify how argument and communication techniques can be effectively used in the social studies or history classroom;
  • Develop and implement practical strategies to support evidence-based arguments;
  • Lead supported debate to deepen students’ ability to use valid reasoning and evidence;
  • Implement reflection to integrate learning and achieve writing or communication goals; and
  • Create a new and refreshing 21st century classroom where teachers can offer students an environment of blended learning in which students are active participants.

Each attendee will be required to attend two full day sessions:

  • The first full-day session will be devoted exploring how to foster critical thinking through communication across the curriculum techniques; building a knowledge base of digital primary sources; and conducting inquiry-based learning with primary sources.
  • The second full-day session will be devoted to introducing the TPS Teachers Network for further sources and lesson plans; instructing using inquiry, argument and writing in the social studies or history classroom; and conducting pop-up debate and reflection to further communication and writing outcomes.

We are very excited to launch this new program for interdisciplinary civic engagement learning and hope that you will participate in a unique endeavor that offers the best from the ELA and social sciences fields.

Presenters:

Dr. Ann Rivera, Director, Writing Across the Curriculum, Chair, Liberal Arts and Professional Studies at Villa Maria College, and member of the Buffalo Board of Education

Heidi Ziemer, Outreach & Digital Services Coordinator, Western New York Library Resources Council, and Teaching with Primary Sources Professional Development Provider Institute Coach

 

Stipends are available to reimburse the cost of substitute teachers

 

CTLE credit will be available and lunch will be provided

 

Contact Dr. Ann Rivera at riveraar@villa.edu or Ms. Heidi Ziemer at hziemer@wnylrc.org for more information about registration

 

 

This program is sponsored in part by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Eastern Region Program, coordinated by Waynesburg University.