Summer Workshop Shaping the Past: Women in Historical Sculpture 

Learn how to analyze different types of sculpture in your classroom and discuss the experiences of women throughout history
in this workshop with the New York Historical Society

Explore Acadience (DIBELS) Foundational Reading Skills Assessments, Grades K-6

The Acadience Reading two-day professional learning series will provide participants in depth knowledge around the Big Ideas of Reading with an emphasis on phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, phonics, and fluency.

Webinar: Find Your Ideal School Fit

Learn prompts for self-reflection and tips on questions to ask to gain insight into the school’s actual culture, quality of leadership, pedagogical flexibility, and red flags.

Research Experience for Teachers at Brooklyn College’s Neuroscience and Psychology Labs

Apply to undertake a three-credit undergraduate or graduate-level course in research methods (or a related topic), which focuses on scientific reasoning, ethics, and research design and methodology.

Gender Inclusivity and Student Support with Alex Myers 

Spend an evening with the NYHS and Alex Myers, a transgender writer, to learn about fostering gender inclusivity in your classroom!

Summer Workshop: Stonewall 50 — LGBTQ Life in NYC 

In this exciting two-day collaboration with the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, tour our exhibition Stonewall 50 and then attend a walking tour of Greenwich Village to discover historic social gathering spaces that created a sense of community for LGBTQ individuals in times of brewing political agitation.

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