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Building Communities:
Weekly Connections with Teachers, Parents, and Schools

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November

edTrends | Equitable Grading: Standards-Based with A Growth Mindset  

4-5:30 PM Eastern Time (Last Tuesday of every month)

Registration

Please contact Dr. Jerry Rivera-Wilson if you would like to participate via email:

Jrivera-wilson@albany.edu

Event Info

Join us on edTrends for a yearlong conversation on “Equitable Grading: Standards-Based with A Growth Mindset.”

Tuesdays, 4-5:30 PM EST

April 27, 2021- April 26, 2021

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December

edTrends | Preserving What Matters Most in Literacy Intervention Online

4-5 PM 

Registration

bit.ly/edTrends12-01-21

Event Info

Join us as Dr. Stephanie Affinito shares her experiences leading a literacy intervention practicum online and offer concrete suggestions for preserving what matters most as we shift between in-person, virtual, and remote instruction: access to appropriate text, digital anchor charts, and tools, mini-lessons focused on skills and strategies and student choice and ownership.

December 1, 2021 @ 4 PM EST Via Zoom (Free!)

Register at: bit.ly/edTrends12-01-21

 

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December

edTrends | Teaching Environmental Issues in the K-12 Classroom with a Solutions-Centered Approach

4-5 PM 

Registration

bit.ly/edTrends12-15-21

Event Info

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!)

Register in advance:

bit.ly/edTrends12-15-21

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Location: Catskill 253
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, NY 12222

Telephone: 518.442.5028

Email: aatlas@albany.edu