Work closely with students to make real environmental changes at your school, and get involved in the DOE’s many sustainability initiatives including Zero Waste Schools, Environmental Literacy, and energy conservation.
This webinar will help you explore your report and gain a better understanding of your results. In addition, you will learn how to use Playbook, an online professional learning tool that allows you to create a personalized playbook of instructional strategies based on your results.
Check out the official NYC Press Conference and press release announcing the new New Equity and Excellence for All Initiatives. Highlights include:
The Kids in Need Foundation, in partnership with a variety of organizations, is offering a range of grants to fund creative projects in the classroom.
Check out the official NYC DOE press release on Dock Street School for STEAM Studies new building.
On September 22, 2016, join educators around the globe for the third annual Character Day – an event focused on developing character strengths (resilience, grit, empathy, courage, kindness)–all rooted in evidence-based research.
All New York City Department of Education teachers with active @schools.nyc.gov email accounts can download Microsoft Office on up to five computers and five mobile devices.
As part of a national game design challenge hosted by Games for Change, NYC public school teachers have the opportunity to learn how to teach “serious game design” in their classrooms. Following an application review, teachers will be selected to receive professional development training to run a game design course in their classrooms during the 2016–17 school year.
Celebrate your growth as a teacher and identify ideas for continued improvement with this Teacher Self-Reflection Tool.
The application for the Innovation Partner Professional Development Program (IPPD) is now open. This program connects you with best practices in using technology tools and resources for teaching and learning. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 23rd.
Get reimbursed for the price of instructional materials and classroom supplies.
As you prepare to return to your classroom this school year, explore curriculum planning resources featured on the WeTeachNYC homepage.
Investigate the intersection of art and science, technology, engineering, and math during this half-day event featuring interdisciplinary conversations, creative challenges, and experimental teaching labs. Leave with at least one new idea for supporting student learning.
Imagine exploring coral reefs or the surface of Mars in an afternoon in your classroom.
All employees are now able to apply for all leave types (medical, non-medical, and line of duty injuries or LODI) in the Self-Service Online Leave Application System.
A wide range of Per Session opportunities are available from October 2016 through June 2017.
During the annual Health Benefits Transfer Period, employees may transfer into any health plan for which they are eligible, add or drop the Optional Rider, or add or drop dependent(s).
Now is the time to protect yourself before the height of the flu season. If you are currently enrolled in City health benefits, you are eligible to receive the flu shot through the #GotMyFluShot Flu Vaccination Campaign.