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Weekly Connections with Teachers, Parents, and Schools
edTrends | HyFlex Teaching and Learning in K-12 with the New York State Master Teachers
In this professional learning series participants will:
*review the definition of hyflex teaching,
*talk about its use specifically in K-12 learning environments,
*focus on how to teach effective, engaging hyflex lessons and or classes.
Resources focused on hyflex teaching will also be shared!
January 12, 2022 @ 4 PM EST Via Zoom (Free!)
Register at: https://bit.ly/edTrendsHyflexK-12
edTrends | Designing Labs to Help Students See Math & Science Connections
NYS Master Teachers based at SUNY Cortland dedicated themselves to collaborating across the Math-Science disciplines in order to help their students better see the connections between the STEM disciplines. The multi-year project, “Math Science Connections Through Labs,” focused on adapting science lab investigations to include grade-appropriate NYS Science and Math Learning Standards, and, if applicable, the NYS Computer Science Learning Standards. During this edTrends session, the teachers will share their modified labs, identifying the science standards that have embedded math concepts and the work they completed to make labs more interdisciplinary and meaningful for their students.
January 26, 2022 @ 4 PM EST Via Zoom (Free!)
Register at: bit.ly/edTrends01-26-22
edTrends | Equitable Grading: Standards-Based with A Growth Mindset
4-5:30 PM Eastern Time (Last Tuesday of every month)
Please contact Dr. Jerry Rivera-Wilson if you would like to participate via email:
Join the NYS Master Teachers to discuss how to infuse environmental conservation and climate solutions into cross-curricular teaching across all disciplines and grade levels by collaboratively creating turn-key resources, science literacy topics, math problem sets, and relevant field trips. The group’s mission is to support teachers so that they can create positive, non-partisan, and non-divisive classroom communities to facilitate sustainability. The Master Teachers will share the lessons and activities they have created and used in their classes.
December 15, 2021 @ 4 PM EST Via Zoom (Free!)