NYC Men Teach, in collaboration with CS4All, presents the Men of Color Lunch and Learn to bring together male teachers and students of color for a day of computer science activities.
Explore the Museum of Jewish Heritage Holocaust Curriculum with the Museum’s Education Staff. Primary-based workshops, discussions of best practices, and survivor testimony will prepare teachers to bring these lessons of best practices, and survivor testimony will prepare teachers to bring these lessons to their classrooms.
Tour our exhibition Women March, and participate in hands-on classroom activities using our Women & the American Story curriculum to discuss women’s experiences from coverture to the 19th Amendment to the debates surrounding women’s rights today.
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The Public Theater is pleased to offer a professional development workshop focused on Shakespeare’s Cymbeline and exploring the theatrical practice of dramaturgy. Using text from the play, teachers will explore the tools and benefits of dramaturgy when reading, researching, and rehearsing Shakespeare with students.
This full- day workshop explores the research on fluency and its relationship to proficient reading. It will explore strategies for building fluency in students 6-12 who struggle with reading, including methods of repeated readings, Readers Theater, choral reading, shared reading, and computer- assisted methods.