Join Patricia Pinkerton, Director of Literacy Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Learning at The New York City Department of Education for an interactive workshop where you will learn how to empower your students by matching them with words that make their ideas come alive and implement strategies with a community of colleagues to support your journey.
Join Civics for All partner, Mikva Challenge, for a workshop exploring the civics skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary for students to become active and engaged members of their communities.
During this two-day institute, you will have the opportunity to work with scientists from the International Ocean Discovery Program to analyze data from ice, sediments, and other proxies to learn how paleoclimate records are constructed. Participants will be awarded 12 hours of CTLE credit.
Participate in a two-day institute during which you will study and explore how to promote content knowledge and language development in math through the implementation of the Instructional Leadership Framework.
Join us at BRIC theatre-maker and comedian Jess Thom’s performance of Samuel Beckett’s Not I, which integrates ASL interpretation and a Relaxed Performance model as a standard for deeply inclusive theater experiences.
Civics for All has created, and will regularly add to, a collection of supplemental lesson plans and resources to aid in teaching current issues and events.