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"Conectándote" Community Resources Fair
Vamos a Compartir información sobre los recursos existentes en la comunidad y que son de gran apoyo a las familias con hijos. También es una gran... Read More
✗ Not Open for Registration
Early Childhood Parent/Family Early Childhood, Parent Programs
A More Perfect Union (DYS/SEIS)
A More Perfect Union focuses on teaching the history of the United States Constitution for teachers of students in alternative settings. Through a... Read More
✗ Not Open for Registration
History, Special Education Teacher Department of Youth Services, Special Education in Institutional Settings
A More Perfect Union: Teaching the U.S. Constitution through Inquiry, Primary Sources, & the Common Core
Expert, savvy scholars, Tony Corrado and Sara Dubow will explore the context and arguments over the U.S.
✗ Not Open for Registration
Common Core, History Curriculum Directors, Principal, Teacher Professional Development, History and Social Studies
A Night of Art and Mastery of Success

✗ Not Open for Registration
Community Member, Parent/Family, Teacher Member Districts
Academic Language
This course is designed to facilitate teacher understanding of how academic language impacts learning. It will cover academic language features at... Read More
✗ Not Open for Registration
Licensure Licensure Candidate, Teacher Licensure
Accessing Inquiry for English Learners through Primary Sources
The Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Program at the Collaborative for Educational Services is making accessible to all... Read More
✓ Available for Registration
English Language Learners, History Specialist, Teacher Professional Development, English Language Learners, History and Social Studies
Accessing Inquiry for Students with Disabilities through Primary Sources
The Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Program at the Collaborative for Educational Services is making accessible to all... Read More
✓ Available for Registration
English Language Learners, History Teacher Professional Development, English Language Learners, History and Social Studies, Special Education
Addressing the Needs of Struggling Writers
Writing is one of the most difficult things we have to teach. This workshop will help teachers take on the common concerns, struggles and roadblocks... Read More
✗ Not Open for Registration
English Language Learners, Struggling Learners Paraprofessionals, Teacher Professional Development, English Language Arts, Summer Academy
Adolescent Development
This course explores adolescent development from grades 7-12.
✗ Not Open for Registration
Licensure Licensure Candidate, Teacher Licensure
African Americans in Early New England
Teachers investigate the lives of African-Americans in early New England in the context of African-American struggles for freedom across the entire... Read More
✗ Not Open for Registration
History Teacher Professional Development, History and Social Studies
Aligning Project-Based Learning to the Curriculum to Engage Students
With project-based learning, students learn concepts in greater depth which results in greater retention of knowledge and skills.
✗ Not Open for Registration
Common Core, Effective Teaching, English Language Arts, History, Math, Reading/Literacy, Science Curriculum Directors, Technology Director Professional Development
America and World Fascism
For a century the world has experienced ideological–and actual–war between fascism and democratic-republicanism, anarchism, communism, and socialism... Read More
✓ Available for Registration
English Language Arts, English Language Learners, History Teacher Professional Development, History and Social Studies

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