Teaching with Poverty in Mind Workshops
What Do You Do With Your Students After the AP Exam?
This new workshop will be offered on February 3. View our schedule to register.
Who's Your Champion? WSKG Youth Media Project
This youth media call-out has launched! We're looking for K-12 & college students to tell us who their education CHAMPION is through media... written word... art... whatever really!
WSKG will digitally archive submissions and then select a few stories to work with the students & our staff to produce for on-air.
Sharing with you because of all the great work you do with your students! Here's the link: http://wskg.org/education/whos-your-champion/?c=education
We'd love to have your students participate!
PBS Learning Media Digital Innovators
Are you passionate about using technology to create new learning opportunities?
Do you enjoy collaborating with other educators to spark student interest in learning?
Are you an active sharer of content and ideas through social media?
Apply for a chance to become a PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator!
Who: Tech-savvy K-12 educators
When: Applications accepted until February 8, 2016
Why: Receive one year of free professional development, virtual trainings, access to exclusive resources, a free online course from PBS TeacherLine, and invitations to special events and engagement opportunities with peers and thought leaders
How: Applying is as easy as 1-2-3! Simply create a short video, answer two essay questions, and complete the online application.
NYS Archives Student Research Awards
ELT Spring 2016 Catalog
With more than 30 years experience, ELT offers the latest and most relevant research-based strategies and resources, taught by your colleagues — fellow classroom teachers and school-related professionals. Educators who have walked the walk, mentoring, facilitating and implementing the research-based methods and practices they teach. Courses are offered either online or at convenient locations throughout New York state.
I encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities for professional growth!
When it comes to graduate or undergraduate course work, including our college degree partnership programs, in-service programs, and seminars, the Education & Learning Trust (ELT) is the go-to choice for high-quality professional learning.
To view the catalog, click here
DASA Training Session
The next BU DASA Training Sessions will be on the following dates. All are Saturdays 9-3:30 in Fine Arts 258
For more information and to register see: http://www2.binghamton.edu/gse/dasa/dasa.html
Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Training
(required as of January 1st, 2014)
Ellison Dies for Take Out
Substitute Teacher Training Class
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, 9am-3:30pm
601 Gates Road
Bring a bag lunch.