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Flights of Fancy: Spring Gala Celebration to Benefit Lenox Hill Neighborhood House

Join hundreds of friends and supporters on Thursday, May 2, 2024 at Cipriani 42nd Street for our annual Spring Gala celebration, an evening of breathtaking design featuring majestic tablescapes from dozens of renowned interior designers. At this dazzling black-tie benefit benefiting Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, acclaimed designers will incorporate the festive theme “Flights of Fancy” […]

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Brooklyn Book Bodega @ Downtown Brooklyn Car-Free Earth Day (Book Giveaway All Ages)

Brooklyn Book Bodega will be celebrating all things environmental at Downtown Brooklyn’s Earth Day extravaganza with a free kids’ books giveaway! Plus: art, music, dance, biking, prizes, and more. Albee Square West will be closed to traffic all day, so grab your bike or blades and join the fun. Learn more here.

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The Churchill School and Center & The Reading League New York’s Summer Symposium

Join us for our Summer Symposium: Bringing the Science of Reading to the Classroom on Wednesday, August 14th at The Churchill School and Center. We are honored to have Dr. Linnea Ehri as our keynote speaker. Agenda Dr. Linnea Ehri: How Beginners Learn to Read and Spell Words: Phase of Development and Orthographic Mapping Lynn

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FAFSA WEEK OF ACTION WEBINAR

The White House and the US Department of Education (ED) are announcing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Week of Action, which will take place April 15-19.  The announcement comes as advocates across the country are calling with increasing urgency for a concerted effort from all stakeholders and at all levels to assist

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Know Your Rights: Students’ Rights to Education While Incarcerated

This webinar will cover navigating a student’s right to education while incarcerated both in secure and non-secure placements. It will cover the rights of students with individualized education plans and students who were in general education settings. The webinar will also discuss the steps to get a student re-enrolled in school once they are released

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Navigating Independence: Adult Decision-Making + OPWDD Transition Services

Join us for an informative webinar on the critical aspects of transition services offered by OPWDD and the importance of empowering adult decision-making. As individuals with disabilities embark on their journey toward adulthood, the choices they make and the support they receive play a pivotal role in shaping their independence and overall quality of life.

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Poster House Poster Kids

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host a “Poster Kids” event on April 7, 2024, from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Poster House will be offering free admission for guests to attend this family-friendly programming

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Poster House First Friday

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host its monthly “First Friday” event April 5, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. On the first Friday of every month, Poster House offers free admission and extended

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Brooklyn Book Bodega Big Book Party at Atlantic Terminal (Book Giveaway All Ages)

Atlantic Terminal Mall139 Flatbush AveBrooklyn, NY 11217 Join Brooklyn Book Bodega for one of our beloved Big Book Parties! Performer Akim Funk Buddha will spark your families’ imagination with interactive storytelling, music, and movement at two performances: 12 p.m. and 12:45 p.m. The book giveaway will be open throughout the event. More information available here.

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FAFSA Completion Events for English Language Learners

FAFSA Orientation and Completion Sessions for ELL and Former ELL High School Seniors and Their Parents Sessions will be presented in English, Chinese, and Spanish. These are virtual sessions. Description These sessions are for ELL and former ELL High School Seniors and their parents who need assistance completingthe FAFSA application. Upon registration, you will receive

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Reading Reform in NYC: Teaching Kids, Empowering Parents, Supporting Teachers

The launch of NYC Reads, DOE’s literacy initiative centered around evidence-based reading strategies, has raised challenges, including how to communicate to families these new changes in curriculum and how it will impact their children. Join InsideSchools and Education Trust-New York for a virtual event discussing NYC’s reading reform efforts in K-5 schools. Explore the science

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FAFSA Orientation and Completion Sessions for ELL and Former ELL High School Seniors and Their Parents

NYC Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network at Fordham University, in Collaboration with NYS Language RBERN at New York University PRESENT FAFSA Orientation and Completion Sessions for ELL and Former ELL High School Seniors and Their Parents DescriptionThese sessions are for ELL and former ELL High School Seniors and their parents who need assistance completingthe FAFSA

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Brooklyn Book Bodega @ Myrtle Avenue Spring Scavenger Hunt (Book Giveaway, All Ages)

Spring is in the air and the Myrtle Ave Brooklyn Spring Scavenger Hunt is in full bloom! This family-friendly event features free books, balloon animals, interactive performance, Girl Scout cookies and a performance at 12:30 Women’s Her-Story Game: We Who Believe In Freedom Cannot Rest! Presented by Bridges: A Pan-Afrikan ARTS Movement and Urban Stages.

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Hidden Voices of New York City: PRIDE Month – Virtual Workshops for Grades 3-5

Celebrate PRIDE Month with your students by registering for this free 1-hour virtual workshop for grades 3-5. In this session of the Hidden Voices of New York City series, students will learn about three LGBTQ+ New Yorkers whose stories have too often been “hidden” from the traditional historical record, but whose lives and legacies continue to shape

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Hidden Voices of New York City: AAPI Heritage Month – Virtual Workshops for Grades 3-5

Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with your students by registering for this free virtual workshop for grades 3-5. In this session of the Hidden Voices of New York City series, students will learn about three New Yorkers whose stories have too often been “hidden” from the traditional historical record, but whose lives and legacies continue

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Hidden Voices of New York City: Arab American Heritage Month – Virtual Workshops for Grades 3-5

Join the Museum of the City of New York in exploring aspects of the city’s lesser-known histories, as seen through the lens of Khalil Gibran (1883–1931) a painter, author and poet in New York City’s “Little Syria,” and other members of the Arab American Community in New York. Students will gain exposure to civic agency,

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Hidden Voices of New York City: Arab American Heritage Month – Virtual Workshops for Grades 3-5

Join the Museum of the City of New York in exploring aspects of the city’s lesser-known histories, as seen through the lens of Arab New Yorker Khalil Gibran (1883–1931). Discover the story of this painter, author, and poet and learn about the Arab American Community past and present. Students will gain exposure to civic agency,

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Indian Arrival: Indentured Survival

Join Oyate Group on May 5th as we unveil a collection of Indo-Caribbean visual artists and writers in celebration of Indian Arrival month with the exhibition: ‘Indian Arrival: Indentured Survival.’ This exhibition will honor the legacy of indentured descendants, featuring visual art, short-film screenings and writers sharing their works. Participating artists include Rajiv Mohabir and

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Brooklyn Book Bodega @ NYC Reads Family Ambassador Program (Informational Only)

Join a learning experience that equips you with the knowledge and tools to elevate your child’s reading. Then, use this knowledge to host events in your community to help other families become reading champions, too. Families of students in 3K-5th grade are eligible. Sign up here to join online. Each Thursday from February 29 to

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Brooklyn Book Bodega Special Book Giveaway for Anyone over Age 10 at the Book Hub (Book Giveaway All Ages)

We have an excess amount of well-loved and overstocked books for all ages. Please sign up to come to our Brooklyn Navy Yard Book Hub to take as many books as you can carry. *Unfortunately, we are UNABLE to accommodate anyone under 10 in this space. If you want to bring your children under 10,

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Terra NYC STEM Fair Finals Round

156 future scientists and engineers from local high schools will complete in the Finals Round sponsored by the NYU Tandon School of Engineering in-person on Saturday, March 23NYU Tandon School of Engineering, 6 MetroTech, Brooklyn NY We need judges in all STEM fields, including biological and physical sciences, engineering, mathematics, and software/robotics.  We hope that

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Teaching through the Movies: A Skills-Based Workshop for Using Film to Engage High School Students

Join us for an immersive day at the movies! Inspired by the Museum’s exhibition Activist New York, this workshop focuses on learning film analysis tools you can use to engage your students in movies and media and explore how screening films in the classroom can lead to lively, interactive conversations. Participants will learn techniques of

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Children’s Program Administrator Credential information session

The Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC) is recognized in New York State as the standard for measuring effectiveness in leadership, procedural supervision, and fiscal management for administrators of early childhood and school-aged children’s programs. Come to a virtual information session to learn more about the online graduate-level, 18-credit program at the CUNY School of Professional Studies,

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Children’s Program Administrator Credential information session

The Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC) is recognized in New York State as the standard for measuring effectiveness in leadership, procedural supervision, and fiscal management for administrators of early childhood and school-aged children’s programs. Come to a virtual information session to learn more about the online graduate-level, 18-credit program at the CUNY School of Professional Studies,

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Teaching Civics through History Partnership Opportunity

This partnership opportunity is for New York secondary school History or Civics Teachers or Department Chairs who are developing or refining a civics elective or a unit and would like to have support from Facing History’s standards-aligned resources and teaching strategies, and Facing History’s approach to Civic Education. Applicants will receive year-long consultation and support from

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Movies That Matter: Free Film Screenings for Middle and High School Classes (In-Person and Virtual)

The Jewish Museum invites middle and high school students and teachers to view award-winning documentary films that examine current social issues such as representation and identity, immigration, and civil rights, followed by discussions with filmmakers. Attend an in-person screening at the Museum, or participate virtually by viewing a selection of on-demand short films and pre-recorded

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Educator Tour and Workshop: Arte! Arte! Arte! Soft Sculpture (2.5 CTLE hours)

Join us for a workshop that explores Marta Minujín: Arte! Arte! Arte! The exhibition focuses on the work of Marta Minujín, a defining force of Latin American art. In the early 1960s, Minujin started to experiment with mattresses, creating colorful soft sculptures that would come to define her signature style. Participate in a tour of this exhibition

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FAFSA Completion Events for English Language Learners

NYC Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network at Fordham University,in Collaboration with NYS Language RBERN at New York University PRESENT FAFSA Orientation and Completion Sessions for EL and Former EL High School Seniors and Their Parents Sessions will be presented in English, Chinese, and Spanish. These are virtual sessions. Description These sessions are for EL and

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Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Workshops: Food Glorious Food

Join Birch Family Services during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month for a series of free virtual events. This month’s series of workshops are designed to promote understanding, inclusivity, and empowerment for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. These workshops offer valuable resources and strategies, expert guidance, and opportunities for meaningful dialogue. Food Glorious FoodDate: March

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Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Workshops: Understanding Developmental Disabilities

Join Birch Family Services during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month for a series of free virtual events. This month’s series of workshops are designed to promote understanding, inclusivity, and empowerment for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. These workshops offer valuable resources and strategies, expert guidance, and opportunities for meaningful dialogue. Understanding Developmental DisabilitiesDate: March

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Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Workshops: Understanding My Child’s Challenging Behavior

Join Birch Family Services during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month for a series of free virtual events. This month’s series of workshops are designed to promote understanding, inclusivity, and empowerment for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. These workshops offer valuable resources and strategies, expert guidance, and opportunities for meaningful dialogue. Understanding My Child’s Challenging

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Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Workshops: Navigating the System – Services Available for People with Special Needs

Join Birch Family Services during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month for a series of free virtual events.  This month’s series of workshops are designed to promote understanding, inclusivity, and empowerment for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. These workshops offer valuable resources and strategies, expert guidance, and opportunities for meaningful dialogue. Navigating the System –

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Educator Happy Hour

Poster House welcomes pre-K–University educators to view the museum’s new exhibitions and learn more about upcoming educational programming! Join us for a complimentary happy hour at the museum, complete with drop-in exhibitions tours and a behind-the-scenes view of the Poster House archive. Chat with the Education team about field trips, in-school residencies, teen programs, and

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The ABCs of Reading Instruction in NYC: What’s Changing and How to Get Help for Your Child

There’s a lot changing when it comes to literacy instruction in NYC Public Schools! This webinar will provide an overview of how children learn to read, what’s changing in NYC Public Schools with the rollout of NYC Reads, and the supports available for students struggling with reading. We’ll discuss questions you can ask at March

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CELF in the Field – Exploring Sustainability through Apex Predators: Ecological Role of Wolves

What is an Apex Predator?  Join the Children’s Environmental Literacy Foundation (CELF) at the Wolf Conservation Center to learn about the mythology, ecology, and biology of North American wolves, including the longest-running case study of this keystone species—the gray wolf—on Isle Royale. We’ll take a short hike to meet the resident wolves and learn about

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A Learning Symposium for New York Educators on Teaching the History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict Using Primary Sources

This four-hour, interactive workshop (4 hours of CTLE + $100 stipend) takes a historical approach to learning about the Arab-Israeli conflict and peace process, treating the conflict as part of modern history that emerged over a century ago. Through primary sources and supplementary materials, participants will trace the development of the conflict from the late

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Hidden Voices of New York City: Women’s History Month – Virtual Workshops for Grades 3-5

Celebrate Women’s History Month with your students registering for free virtual workshops for grades 3-5. In these sessions of the Hidden Voices of New York City series, students will learn about three women whose stories have too often been “hidden” from the traditional historical record, but whose lives and legacies continue to shape our collective history

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Teaching History with AI

Students now have free and easy access to powerful AI technology, so how do we teach them to use it responsibly? Join Director of Curriculum and Instruction Allyson Schettino and High School Teacher Kristen Smith to learn about ways to incorporate AI into social studies projects to teach technology and media literacy skills. Participants will

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Civics Week: The First Amendment and Civil Rights with Annenberg Classroom

Join us for an investigation of the landmark Supreme Court ruling on freedom of the press. Participants in this special Civics Week, cohosted by the Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics,  will see a free screening of the documentary short “The First Amendment: New York Times v. Sullivan” and receive a free copy of guest speaker

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Poetry as Pedagogy: Nuyorican Poetry

This workshop will introduce educators to the Nuyorican Poetry Movement and illuminate its connections to the activist group the Young Lords. Participants in this workshop will come away with a strong understanding of the links between the Nuyorican Poetry Movement and NYC-based activism for Puerto Rican rights, essentially including the Young Lords. Everyone will gain

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Poetry as Pedagogy: Poetry at the Intersection of Feminism and Black Power: Audre Lorde & June Jordan

Explore Black Feminist poetry in New York in the 20th century, focusing on the writing and activism of poets Audre Lorde and June Jordan, and create your own inspired poetry. This workshop is the first in a series designed for educators of students in grades 6-12 – but open to all – that will “demystify”

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New York Civic Learning Week

Did you know all NY students have a right under the state constitution to an education that prepares them for engaged civic lives? Civic readiness is an important purpose of public education and a priority in New York State. Learn about how our schools can fulfill their vital civic mission. DemocracyReady NY is offering a

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Children’s Program Administrator Credential information session

The Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC) is recognized in New York State as the standard for measuring effectiveness in leadership, procedural supervision, and fiscal management for administrators of early childhood and school-aged children’s programs. Come to a virtual information session to learn more about the online graduate-level, 18-credit program at the CUNY School of Professional Studies,

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Understanding Disabilities and its Effect on Student Behavior

During the session, we’ll delve into how disabilities can look and sound in the classroom and provide you with practical strategies to meet students where they are. We will be specifically diving into how to support students in an inclusion setting with attention-deficit disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), and autism (ASD). This webinar is

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Brooklyn Book Bodega @ NYC Reads Family Ambassador Program (Informational Only)

We are thrilled to launch this partnership with Reading Partners and the Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE). Become a NYC Reads Family Ambassador to become a literacy leader in your community, connect with families city-wide, and host fun reading events. This is a 10 session voluntary commitment hosted online and featuring a different

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NYC Parents: Maximize Your Child’s Midwinter Break (Feb 19–23)

Make this winter break enjoyable and enriching for your child by joining our Midwinter Enrichment Programs. While breaks offer much-needed relaxation, there’s a risk of learning loss—up to 17–34% during the winter break alone (nwea.org). Our programs strike the perfect balance between fun and learning to combat this loss effectively. This isn’t your typical academic

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Orca Roofing & Exteriors

Nestled in the heart of Bellevue, WA, Orca Roofing & Exteriors stands as a pillar among Bellevue WA roofing companies, exemplifying reliability and quality craftsmanship in every project undertaken. Our dedicated team ensures the protection of your home with comprehensive roof replacement services that cater to a variety of materials, from Brava Roof Tiles to

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Exploring Work-Based Learning Opportunities & Career-Connected Programming

Join us for an insightful webinar to explore the myriad of work-based learning opportunities, career-connected programs, and apprenticeships available in New York City schools. This session is dedicated to highlighting the various paths available for students with disabilities and how they plan a role in transition planning as they prepare for life beyond high school.

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Applying for 3-K and Pre-K

NYC’S 3-K and Pre-K for All applications are now open, and families of children born in 2021 (3-K) and 2020 (Pre-K) have until March 1st to apply. Learn more about how to apply to these and other early childhood program options for NYC children from birth to age five. We’ll review additional rights of students

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The Dog Wizard

At The Dog Wizard, we understand that your furry friend is more than just a pet; they’re part of the Tampa family. That’s why our dog training classes in Tampa FL focus on nurturing the bond between you and your canine companion through comprehensive training techniques. From puppy training to advanced dog behavior training in

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READ 718 Presents: Executive Functioning & Engaging Students Through Zoom

READ 718 Remote is hosting our “Executive Functioning & Engaging Students Through Zoom” workshop on February 15th at 7:30pm via Zoom! Educational Therapist, Megan Gaffney, of Organizational Tutors, will be discussing strategies and tips to help tutors and families build their students’ executive functioning skills and keep them engaged in the remote tutoring space. We

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If You Build It: Preparing Talent & Employers for Impactful Internships and More Inclusive Workplaces

We invite you to join us for an interactive, FREE virtual workshop called “If You Build It: Preparing Talent & Employers for Impactful Internships and More Inclusive Workplaces.” This workshop will be held on February 15th from 1:00pm – 2:30pm ET. In this workshop, we will explore internship readiness from two perspectives: (1) preparing young

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The Work-Based Learning Coalition Presents: Toward Career-Connected Learning – Action Priorities for Systems Building, Coordination and Improvement

The Work-Based Learning Coalition is calling on the City of New York on set of Action Priorities for Systems Building, Coordination and Improvement. Navigating the world of youth employment programs in New York City can be a daunting task for young people, families, schools, and employers. We believe the City has an opportunity to build

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Poster House First Friday

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host its monthly “First Friday” event February 2, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. On the first Friday of every month, Poster House offers free admission and extended

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Poster House Poster Kids

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host a “Poster Kids” event on January 28, 2024, from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Poster House will be offering free admission for guests to attend this family-friendly programming

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FREE On-Court Tennis Training for Teachers + CTLE Credits (Other dates also available)

FREE Tennis Training  FREE Tennis Rackets  FREE Tennis Balls  FREE Tennis Lesson Plans  FREE Tennis Curriculum  FREE Lunch   Participants will receive 6.5 CTLE Hours.   NYJTL (New York Junior Tennis & Learning) invites all educators to participate in our School-Time Tennis Program (STP) in which NYC Physical Teachers and others are trained to introduce tennis to

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2024 Annual Education Conference: Creating Access, Creating Opportunity

Each year, the Collaborative hosts their Annual Education Conference that brings together hundreds of nyc educators to learn and explore ways to promote equity and inclusion for historically underserved students. Our conference this year, Creating Access, Creating Opportunity, is an all-day, virtual event on January 31, 2024. We’re finalizing the agenda, but here’s a sneak peak

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Teachers Supporting Teachers: Extended Reality of Learning

In this hands-on workshop, explore how immersive technologies like virtual reality and augmented reality can transform K-12 instruction and captivate learners. Experience VR field trips, augmented science labs, and mixed reality historical reenactments. Learn best practices for implementing XR lessons and curating engaging content. Discover how these powerful tools allow students to gain first-hand experiences,

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Teachers Supporting Teachers: Sounds of Engaged Learning: Integrating Podcasting in the Classroom

Ignite engaged learning with sounds that motivate and empower! In this dynamic workshop, K-12 educators will discover innovative ways to incorporate podcasting projects that get students excited about learning. Explore how podcast creation can add an exciting audio dimension to instruction across the curriculum. Learn best practices for developing compelling podcasts, and proper techniques for

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Talking Loud & Sayin’ Nothin’: Artist Talk & Print Sale with Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host a discussion with Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. on Friday January 26, from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Tickets are free. Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. is one of the

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Seeking Higher Education: Navigating College Access and Accommodations

Join AFC education experts to learn more about college access and accommodations in today’s diverse educational landscape. If you are considering college and have a disability, it’s crucial to understand various aspects, including selecting the right program, securing accommodations, and what to anticipate throughout your college journey. This webinar will guide you through the college

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Climate Institute

NYC Public Schools Office of Energy & Sustainability, Division of Teaching and Learning, UFT, Deutsche Bank, and Columbia Teachers College present:  Climate Institute Bringing climate to the classroom. February 20-22, 2024 Per Session Available The inaugural Climate Institute is designed to: Provide you with multidisciplinary instructional content and available educational resources/supports for K-12 educators Connect

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NYC Public High School Admissions: School Counselor Panel Discussion

NYC Admissions Solutions presents…An Exclusive Panel Discussion: NYC Public High School Admissions For Counselors, BY Counselors ***Note: This event is NOT intended for families applying to high school*** During this exclusive, free 90-minute panel discussion, school counselors from a variety of middle schools across the city will discuss the public HS admissions process. This event

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