Join the Student Feedback Working Group
The BTU seeks three teachers to serve on a working group on Student Feedback in the evaluation system. The group, composed of students, teachers, and BPS administrators will review the first year of implementation, recommend improvements, and plan professional development to support the process in the future. Meetings will be held on Monday evenings (May 20 and June 10; future meetings TBD). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
BPS Teaching Fellowship
As a homegrown pipeline program, the BPS Teaching Fellowship supports the recruitment of new teachers and the retention of BPS Prov 2 & 3 novice teachers. Over the course of SY19-20, BPS Teaching Fellows will receive MTEL preparation, instructional coaching, and aligned coursework. Upon completion, fellows earn their initial license in Special Education (Moderate Disabilities) or in English as a Second Language (either of these is available with the option of dual licensure in Elementary). Apply or email email@example.com for additional information.
Hiring and Job Search Supports Workshop: May 14
If you are in the market for a new position, join us at the BTU for a members-only workshop which features targeted supports in: identifying the jobs that are right for you, navigating Talent-ed, writing a great resume and attention-getting portfolio, and other inside tips. RSVP so we ensure proper supports.
AFT/BTU Teacher Policy Fellowship Symposium: May 15
All are welcome from 5:00-7:00pm to learn from BTU educators who have spent the year researching the impact of education policy on their classrooms and schools. Hear their findings and recommendations on critical issues like special education services, supports for ELs and more. See our flyer and RSVP.
Effective Practices for Promoting Equity in Schools Workshop: May 21
Join the BU Consortium at BU Wheelock College of Education & Human Development from 4:30-7:00pm. Please see the flyer. Email Theresa Garcia de Quevedo at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to RSVP by May 14.
Telescope Network Learning Site: May 23
Secondary teachers are invited to spend a full day in a live elementary school classroom and connect with other BPS secondary teachers to discuss ways to bring some of these elements to the upper grades. Katy Briggs will host “Keeping Math Joyful: Elementary Math for Secondary Teachers” at the McKay Elementary School. Register here, or read more. Sub coverage is available.
NEW — The BPS Tech summer PD schedule is live!
Choose from a range of FREE online, face-to-face, and blended PD opportunities offered this summer by BPSTechnology and partners. Learn, network, and have fun with other like-minded educators! Topics include tech integration, digital citizenship, hands-on learning, coding, & more. Explore our catalogue and contact BPSTech Digital Learning Team at email@example.com for more info.