End the year strong by using tools on WeTeachNYC to reflect on your practice and students’ learning.
View a new resource on how to engage in virtual, video inter-visitations to maximize time and learning.
Visit the Exemplar Practice Video Library for short classroom videos that highlight effective and highly effective teacher practice across the Danielson Framework for Teaching components in Domain 2 and Domain 3.
Two tools for using the Framework for Teaching to drive your professional growth.
Access 70 free eBooks, on topics from differentiation to formative assessment, to support your professional learning.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie teaches us the “The Danger of a Single Story”
Visit WeTeachNYC for resources to support sharing feedback with students
Resources around creating a space where student are comfortable taking intellectual risks.
a video and supporting materials demonstrate how a 12th-grade English teacher increased his students’ engagement in Socratic Seminar discussions.
Explore the online activity, “Using Articles to Deepen Teacher Reflection Professional Learning.”
A resource for teacher teams.
As 2016 wraps up and we begin a new year of teaching, here are two resources on WeTeachNYC that can be used to support reflection and planning.
These three professional learning activities can support teacher teams in jumpstarting student engagement in their classrooms.
Featuring learning activities on backwards planning and instructional outcomes from WeTeachNYC.
This fall, there are two new resources for you and your colleagues on WeTeachNYC.
Formative assessment is a powerful practice for supporting student learning. WeTeachNYC contains a variety of resources to support teachers in this practice.
Start off the school year strong with tools on WeTeachNYC building a positive classroom environment and culture for learning!
Celebrate your growth as a teacher and identify ideas for continued improvement with this Teacher Self-Reflection Tool.