Learning about phenotype and genotype as it relates to trees: why are trees shaped the way they are? For more information, visit here and register here.
Be part of an exciting six-day, two part workshop to learn about Progressive Education. Apply Now!
Are you looking for an opportunity to teach and travel in China this summer? SABEH is currently accepting applications for our Summer 2020 programs. For more information, please check out our website, or email email@example.com.
Learn more and ask about PD Points.
Applications are now open for this year’s cycle. The Boston program is open to BPS and Boston charter school teachers to apply for grants to design a professional learning experiences that inspire and sustain them. Use the Application Learning Center or contact Paul for more information.
Learn more about professional learning opportunities where teachers learn with their colleagues in a live classroom with real students. The topic is: How do we deepen civic understanding and historical thinking while maintaining student engagement? Register here. See the flyer to learn more!
NEW- How do BPS Teachers Lead? Tell us in the Teacher Leadership Inventory
The Teacher Leadership Working Group is a group of teachers and administrators charged with creating a sustainable teacher leadership strategy for Boston Public Schools to promote teacher retention and student learning. We are seeking to learn about all the ways teachers in Boston lead. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey.
Fill out our quick survey to be included in the next raffle–and to share your suggestions for upcoming professional learning opportunities.
Join us for our first-ever BPSTechTalk in honor of Computer Science Education Week! This event will feature eight inspiring stories by BPS teachers & students around tech & computer science. Register to help us plan. Free; walk-ins welcome. Read more in the flyer here.
Focus on Leadership in Education K-12 and Higher Education Track or Research and Evaluation during an open house. More information here.
Learn more about what the Student Opportunity Act would do for students and school districts. Local leaders will have the opportunity to hear and respond to the ideas that are shared. Learn more here.
We’re starting to plan upcoming BPS/BTU Edcamps (hopefully in fall/winter and in spring). If you’d like to join in planning an engaging adult learning experience, contact us. Most of the planning work happens via email with maybe one pre-event meet-up.
In May 2020, the BU Consortium will host its annual PD event. In order to help us identify this year’s topic, we’re asking members to please complete the following brief survey.
This supports members who seek to investigate problems of practice in their own classrooms, schools, and districts by funding small educator-led projects. Applications for 2020-2021 projects will be available in January 2020. Contact BTU Members Nick Kapura and Theresa Garcia de Quevedo.
The BU Consortium will host a Dinner & Discussion event as part of their commitment to fostering collaborative projects between BU Wheelock faculty and Consortium members. Learn more here.
Paraeducators are key school personnel who support students across all environments, including classrooms, small group settings and in the life of the school and community. Learn about a few of the upcoming professional development series here!