Take Courses in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research

This June and July, teachers can take courses at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research for 70% off.

Apply to Be a Universal Literacy Reading Coach

Apply to be a reading coach and help teachers in grades K–2 build their knowledge base and skill-level in literacy instruction, curriculum, and assessment.

Saturday Workshop: Learning History with Paintings

What can a painting tell us about the past? Using the exhibition Hudson Rising and works of art from the permanent collection, explore strategies for engaging students in image inquiry.

Teach Visual Literacy through Photography

Led by Aperture Teaching Artist and author Alice Proujansky this Aperture workshop will teach participants how to decode and encode images, and how to interpret photographs using flexible, engaging inquiry techniques that make material accessible to middle- and high-school students.

Discover a New Approach to Teaching The Civil Rights Movement

Explore strategies that can challenge students to think critically about themes of injustice and democracy, understand how change happens in a democratic society, and make meaningful connections to what is happening in today’s world.

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