Chancellor’s PD Day: Teaching Memoir – Identity, History, Choices

This workshop will draw on Facing History’s study guides for Night, Brown Girl Dreaming, Red Scarf Girl, and others to explore ways of engaging youth to think about memoir and identity.

Academy for Teachers Master Class: Citizen Science with Mary Ellen Hannibal

Explore citizen science, a tool for observing, understanding, and helping to sustain our natural world while also empowering the individuals who use it.

Free Professional Development Workshop: Using Global Literature in the Diverse Classroom

Join Words Without Borders Campus for a free, interactive professional development workshop on October 24.

Practical Teaching Strategies to Support Students’ Development of Print and Digital Literacy Skills

Dr. Julie Coiro will present practical ideas for how to address the needs of students who may struggle with literacy skills in print and digital.

A Teacher’s Toolkit: Practical moves for new teachers

Open to: New teachers Opportunity at a Glance: This is a three-part series that aims to support early-career teachers who are facing a myriad of daunting challenges

Pond Ecology, NGSS and Beyond! Linking Classroom STEM with Primary Sources [Workshop]

In this workshop learn how to integrate microscopy results and other scientific primary sources into your lessons.

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