This free training will focus on classroom activities and resources that promote climate actions, civic engagement and youth leadership. Participants will learn about the city’s climate action plans and what students and teachers can do to support local climate initiatives.
Every year, the Transatlantic Outreach Program brings North American educators and Germans together in order to foster education and dialogue through experience. For 2 weeks, learn about contemporary Germany.
Participate in a two-day institute during which you will study and explore how to promote content knowledge and language development in math through the implementation of the Instructional Leadership Framework.
In this session, Dr. Alfred Tatum will discuss reading, writing and text practices to engage diverse students to read and write across multiple disciplinary texts using various culturally responsive literacy approaches. This opportunity is eligible for CTLE credits.
As part of the multi- year Health Ed Works initiative to revitalize health education for all students, NYC DOE teachers will have the opportunity to apply for an Advanced Certificate in Health Education. The New York City Department of Education will cover tuition and fees.
The Leaders in Education Apprenticeship Program is a competency-based graduate program, run in partnership with Bank Street College, that prepares teachers to become DOE principals.