Participants in this workshop will learn strategies and techniques for redirecting social media-influenced conflicts in the classroom.
Participants will explore this question as they learn about equity-based teaching practices in math, reflect on learning and teaching through these practices in the context of a math activity, and make connections to guidelines for teachers in the NYSED Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education Framework.
In this webinar, participants will experience and reflect upon contemporary ways of teaching science with a focus on how to effectively address ELL needs.
In this professional seminar participants will gain insight in identifying the many symptoms that can lead to burnout and develop effective coping strategies to help in maintaining appropriate self-care.
While essays are still one way for students to demonstrate their mastery of content, how can we use the new technologies available to us today to provide students with choice and options for sharing their learning in engaging ways?
Get ready for fall by engaging with colleagues around this important early childhood topic! In this session, we'll unpack the guides through the lens of play.
Join us to get an overview of Civic Literacy Projects and discuss models and tangible structures for weaving them into our curriculums.