Every teacher wants a respectful classroom, but not every teacher knows how to maintain this environment. Learn simple techniques that can help you effectively build positive relationships with students and maximize instructional time.
Learn about contributions to science made by LGBTQ+ scientists, how to use STEM lessons to challenge implicit bias around sexual orientation and gender by exploring a variety of reproductive strategies and sexual behaviors in the animal kingdom, and walk away with a list of LGBTQ+ friendly readings.
This Chancellor’s PD Day, participate in the School-Time Tennis Program (STP) and get trained to introduce tennis to your students during the school day.
In this three-part series, we’ll use the inquiry process to interpret data patterns and trends, identify strategic goals for your school, and develop inquiry-based projects for you to implement in a school or district.
Through classroom activities using our Women & the American Story curriculum and tours of the Morgan Library’s collections, explore how race and cultural identity shaped the women of the Progressive Era.
Join the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Director of Records and Archive Management for a walk in Central Park to explore the history of the New York City water supply system.