The Office of School Wellness Programs is offering full-day health education professional learning sessions to help health educators integrate concepts, skills, and resources featured in the New York City K-12 Health Education Scope and Sequence documents.
This full-day workshop explores the research on fluency and its relationship to proficient reading. All participants will receive a kit of Great Leaps materials to put into use in their schools.
Using Harlem as a case study for place-based education, dive into the archival collections of the Schomburg and New-York Historical in this interdisciplinary day.
Explore our new Women & the American Story curriculum unit, Settler Colonialism and the Revolution, 1692-1783, and discover how women experienced colonization, resistance, and rebellion.
Engage with our new Women & the American Story curriculum unit, Confidence & Crises, 1920-1948, and discover how women navigated boom, bust, and war.
Participate in 1 or all 3 of The Center for Jewish History’s sessions this Chancellor’s PD Day. Hear lectures by the experts, presentations by our archivists, and interactive hands-on workshops with primary sources.