Register to attend. The summit takes place on Wednesday, July 26.
Join Nancy Steineke on April 28 for a deeper look at “Mini-Lessons for Literature Circles”
Submit your proposal by Friday, April 28.
Register to attend by Monday, April 3.
Looking for new and meaningful ways to do field-based science education in New York City? This underwater robotics program will get you started. Register by March 31.
Apply now for this developmental pathway for teacher leaders looking for focused support toward a set of critical competencies, presented through a culturally responsive lens.
Apply by March 13 to be a part of the 2017-18 cohort of CS4ALL’s elementary school program, Software Engineering Program Junior (SEPjr)!
Open to K-2 teachers, register by Friday, March 3.
This session will delve into the routines, systems and lessons that can support schools with implementing or strengthening their independent reading initiatives. Register by February 7.
Dr. Tatum leads you through different strategies that help students use writing to chronicle, explore, and navigate their lives. You’ll explore different ways to support student writers and help them identify and foster their own authentic voices. Register by February 12.
This Wednesday, February 1 session will provide an introduction to Student Agency and help develop an understanding of Executive Function and its components.
Join the multi-faceted artist Dyalekt as he guides participants through activities that use rhythm, performance, and movement to help students find their writing voices.
Learn how specific moves in print instruction can lay the foundation for cursive writing. Register by January 22.
View a variety of free literacy workshops and events.
Learn instructional practices, and take a deep dive into the redesigned SAT on Monday, January 30. Register by Monday January 23. Per Session Available.
Register by Monday, January 30.
Teachers are welcome to attend workshops specifically for adults working with LGBTQ young people.