I Teach NYC
Do you know a colleague who’s making an extraordinary difference in the classroom? Now is your chance to celebrate exceptional teachers by nominating them for a 2014 Big Apple Award. Be sure to submit yours by January 17.
Across New York City, teachers are using NYC baseline Performance Assessments administered under Advance to help inform their classroom practice.
This day-long session is designed for teachers who have used the Framework as a reflection tool for more than a year, including those teachers involved in the teacher effectiveness pilots and those who have attended previous full-day NYCDOE trainings led by the Danielson Group.
Are you interested in leading adults while continuing to serve as a classroom teacher? Do you want to be recognized as an instructional teacher leader within your school building? Does the idea of joining a cohort of like-minded peers and colleagues excite you? The Lead Teacher role encompasses all of those opportunities - and it offers you a chance to have a broader impact on student learning in your school community.
Are you looking for ways to make your school more green? Do you want to encourage sustainable living among your students, fellow teachers and other staff in your school? Find out how you could lead the green movement at your school by becoming the Sustainability Coordinator, read how P.S. 57 on Staten Island’s green initiatives garnered national attention and check out Green Curriculum resources for all grades, and read about our system-wide Sustainability Initiative.
Interested in Common Core-aligned curriculum and instruction professional development? Find out more here.