The Examined Life: Greek Travel and Study Opportunity Registration is now open for the 2023 THE EXAMINED LIFE: Greek Studies in the Schools program. The program includes a Study Tour of Greece, April 14-23, 2023, interesting and vibrant Saturday morning seminars, and the opportunity to earn 3 graduate credits through Framingham State University. Details can be found at www.teachgreece.org or by contacting Mary Kemper, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Generous stipends are available for qualified educators.
RETELL Instructors Needed OMME seeks additional DESE authorized trainers representative of the racial and linguistic background of our students and educators. To become certified by DESE, please email OMME BPS DESE RETELL liaison Margaret Arlauskas email@example.com who will follow-up on the information DESE requires to become a certified RETELL trainer. Once DESE-certified, apply on TalentEd for OMME RETELL instructor opportunities.
Call for Part-Time Bilingual Education Practicum Supervisors Boston College’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education at Lynch School of Education and Human Development invites applications for part-time Bilingual Education Practicum Supervisors (BEPS) beginning in February 2023. BEPS support Bilingual Education Certificate (BEC) candidates virtually in receiving their Bilingual Education Endorsement. Full job listing can be seen here.
•At least a Master’s Degree in Education or a related discipline;
•Prior teaching and/or administrative experience at the PK-12 level in bilingual teaching instruction, such as dual language education, a two-way immersion program, or a transitional bilingual education program;
•Minimum five years of teaching &/or administrative experience;
•Experience with electronic management platforms (e.g., Google Drive, Google Docs) and video conferencing tools (e.g., Zoom, Google Meet) to foster professional collaboration.
February 2023 through June 2023
•$500 per BEC candidate supervised
•Can supervise a maximum of 3 BEC candidates
Any questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
BPS/BTU National Board Candidate Support Becoming a National Board Certified Teacher
Are you interested in starting the process of National Board Certification? It is not too late!
Please complete our registration form to enroll, or contact us at email@example.com.
The BPS/BTU National Board Program currently has multiple types of support available including the following:
1. Overview of National Board seminars
2. Cohorts that are supported by NBCTs from BPS
3. Candidate Drop-In Sessions
4. Readers who are NBCTs help you review your final drafts of components 2-4.
We hope that you decide to start the process of joining the ranks of National Board Certified Teachers in Boston Public Schools. Please complete our registration form to enroll, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you. Google form : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSesPYAdqEJrKHI-Nq9E03AQurkB_BVa7r3-mUiYGOIyGBsOOg/viewform
Apply for 4 Free Graduate Credits! BPS 6-12 grade teachers will learn about equitable literacy & customize Boston University’s Certificate in Literacy Intervention for BPS teachers. Classes will take place in-person twice a month. Learn more and apply at bit.ly/EquitableLiteracyCourse
BRAVE Spaces for BIPOC Educators Students of diverse races need to see themselves reflected in their K-12 education, from the books they read to the stories that are told from the front of the classroom. They also need to see themselves reflected in people who hold positions of power in schools. Join us for a lively panel discussion with movers and shakers who are at the heart of the anti-racism in education movement in MA.
Thinking Maps PD Learn about Thinking Maps in this PDP-eligible training and apply these visual tools to your lesson plans in order to help students understand abstract academic concepts. The course will have differentiated sections for teams of teachers working in: elementary, secondary, and SLIFE. Sign up on Vector!
BPSTech Learning Series: Winter Tech Warm-Up New year, new skills! Come learn about exciting updates to Google Docs, Sheets & Calendar for all BPS staff and take a deep dive into available district literacy tools to use across all subject areas. Register here: https://sites.google.com/bostonpublicschools.org/bpstechvirtuallearning/professional-learning/upcoming-pd?authuser=0 Can’t attend a session? All sessions will be recorded and saved to the BPSTechnology website for later viewing.
Restorative Practices ALC Courses, Levels 1 – 4 Deepen and grow your restorative practices understandings, skills, and ways of being. See the flier for more information about all four courses: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c2eJiV2AgS2b3JJILzclhHqTu80TEWFV/view?usp=sharing
BPS + Nearpod Equitable Literacy Sessions
Boston Public Schools has invested in premium access to Nearpod for our staff. Please join BPS Technology and Nearpod for three upcoming professional development sessions designed exclusively for Boston Public Schools educators. Please view the series flyer for session descriptions.
Equitable Literacy: Building Relationships in the Multicultural Classroom
Intro. to Focus on PreK and K2 for Paras
This training is for paraprofessionals who would like to learn more about the Focus curriculum in PreK and K2. This course can be taken for 10 PDPs (Professional Development Points) and 1 ALC (Academic Ladder Credit). You must attend all dates to earn credit. Enroll here.
The dates for the course are as follows:
Mon, Feb 27, 2023 4:30- 6:30 PM
Mon, Mar 13, 2023 4:30- 6:30 PM
Mon, Mar 27, 2023 4:30- 6:30 PM
Mon, Apr 10, 2023 4:30- 6:30 PM
Learning Site: Productive Struggle in Math Join us for a Learning Site to explore the question “How do we support students to be math problem solvers while engaging in productive struggle and collaboration?” at Brighton High School. Learn more and RSVP here.
Connect and Share: “Delivering AP Curriculum: Motivating and Engaging All Learners” Feb. 15th 4:30-6:00pm
Join us on Zoom on February 15 from 4:30-6:00 pm where we will feature educators sharing elements of their practice that address the essential question: “How do we motivate and engage all learners participating in AP or other rigorous curriculum?”