-Spring 2020 Schedule of Offerings
Session 1: January 26-March 1
Session 2: March 8-April 12
Online CTLE Course
With a range of online continuing teacher and leader education courses to choose from, AATLAS provides access to high-quality programs in a flexible format for new and experienced educators.
Registration will open on Friday, December 13. Once available, please click below to review or enroll in of our Spring online offerings.
*Extended time available if needed for a nominal fee.
Customizable Professional Development
The School of Education at the University at Albany has an international reputation and long history as a distinguished research center and leader of professional learning opportunities for teachers, leaders, and schools. AATLAS specialists will collaborate and create customized educational programming that is specific to your organizational needs. The range of services include consulting to customized professional development (PD) opportunities. The PD can be delivered in range of formats including on-site sessions, traditional teaching and learning (either at UAlbany or your location), online, blended (online and on-site), and conference style.
To reach one of our PD specialists, please complete the form using the provided link.
Other MicroPD Opportunities
The Capital District Writing Project (CDWP) is a community of K-College educators working to enhance the teaching of writing in the Capital Region’s schools. In partnership with the UAlbany School of Education and the Greater Capital Region Teacher Center, CDWP brings together teachers from throughout the Capital Region to create a vibrant community of life-long learners.
CDWP offers a proven model for the professional development of teachers at all levels of education. The Capital District Writing Project is a site of the National Writing Project (NWP), a network of more than 200 sites across the United States. NWP develops resources, generates research, and acts on knowledge to improve the teaching of writing and learning in schools and communities. NWP does this by focusing the knowledge, expertise, and leadership of our nation’s educators on sustained efforts to improve writing and learning for all learners. The NWP envisions a future where every person is an accomplished writer, engaged learner, and active participant in a digital, interconnected world. For more information about NWP, its history, and its programs, visit www.nwp.org.