NEW — Priority Application Period for our Two Year-Long Fellowships
Apply by July 15 for priority consideration and lock in your spot in our two most empowering learning experiences:
Focused on Policy?: AFT-BTU Teacher Leader Program
Elevate your voice and grow our collective power in learning to advocate for our students and our profession! AFT-BTU Teacher Leader Fellows engage with state and local policy makers and conduct action research in their classrooms and schools to explore the real impact of education policy. This program meets on seven Saturdays during the school year with a showcase presentation in May. See the flyer for more. There is a $1,500 stipend for program completion. Apply today. The final deadline is September 17
Focused on Practice? The BTU Inquiry Project: Renew, Reinvigorate, Research
Renew and reinvigorate your practice in this teacher-led course. Earn graduate credit by conducting rigorous academic/action research into a question of practice important to you and your students. See the flyer. Open to ALL BTU members. Read more information and apply. The final deadline will be September 17, and the course will begin October 12.
NEW — Teacher Leadership Fund Feedback Survey
If you would like to give feedback on the process or any aspect of the program, whether you submitted an application or not, please complete this anonymous short survey.
Fall 2018 CURATE Curriculum Fellowship
The Rennie Center and Teach Plus are working with DESE to coordinate a set of three panel conversations this fall focused on curricular alignment and implementation. The panels will focus on early ELA/literacy, elementary ELA/literacy, and middle school math. Applications are live now and will be open through July 30. Panelists will receive a $1,000 stipend and 30 PDPs for participating in the project, and it’s a great opportunity for skill-building on reviewing curricular materials.
NEW — Aspire Mentor Program for Teachers in Years 2-5
The BU Wheelock College of Education invites teachers in years 2-5 to take part in our teacher support mentor program. As part of the non-evaluative program, early career teachers will be matched with mentors to help increase classroom efficacy and retention. This is one way to meet the 50 hour mentoring requirement for professional licensure. See the flyer or contact email@example.com for more information