The BTU Inquiry Project: Graduate Credit for Personal Professional Learning
“This is the best, most meaningful, most relevant, most challenging, most self-directed PD you will ever get to be a part of.” –BTU Teacher-Researcher
We are now accepting applications for year three of the BTU Inquiry Project. In this teacher-facilitated inquiry program, fellows conduct rigorous scholarly research on a question that is important to you and your students. The course begins in October. Read our Frequently Asked Questions and see all application information. More details and final course schedule coming soon. See examples of last year’s work in this blog post by member Jennifer Dines and download the flyer (note new application deadline of September 19).
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ASPIRE Teacher Support PD Project
Hosted by: Wheelock College
Target Audience: Pre-K-2nd grade teachers (in years 1-3)
Year-long program that offers free PD to teachers within their first three years of teaching in BPS. Through a combination of online and in-person sessions, teachers take three competency-based PD modules. Visit here to learn more or email Barbara Joseph.