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Weekly Connections with Teachers, Parents, and Schools
Capital District Writing Project (CDWP)
Connecting Community: Teaching within a Time of COVID-19
A Twitter Chat: Sustain Community Among Educators in Unprecedented Times
Dr. Stephanie Affinito
Join us on Twitter @UAlbanyEdu for a TweetChat!
Community-Building Conversations: When Home Becomes a School – Ideas for Families
Community Conversations: When Home Becomes a School – Ideas for Families
Please join an engaging panel presentation on Wednesday, April 8 from 4 – 5 pm via Zoom as we discuss ideas and practices to support children emotionally, physically, and intellectually while at home. Panelists include parents, educators, and home school advocates
Zoom registration: Registration required, please click here.
We would like to invite you to join colleagues for what may become a weekly ZOOM session loosely structured by an emerging agenda. The idea is to craft together what we want and need for ourselves, each other, and our host School of Education. Our Wednesday chats will speak to our collective needs for social supports and emotional boosters. Our first session involves small group conversations, facilitated by ZOOM’s chat rooms. The initial outcome is an agenda which encompasses your respective needs, interests, and future priorities. The distal outcome is a stronger organizational culture and a more supportive climate for all of us. We think it’s worth a try. How about you?
This discussion focused on strategies and guidelines for attending to cultural relevance and equitable practice in the remote learning environment. Participants were asked to draw on their own professional experiences to inform this important and timely discussion....
Here are the materials from the Capital District Writing Project's meeting from March 23, 2020. 3-23-20 Writing Prompt
Dear Colleagues, Last week nearly 200 people joined us for the launch of RemoteED.org. This is a resource developed by University at Albany (SUNY) faculty and graduate students to support K-12 teachers to move into the remote environment. The site contains: *Advice...
A Twitter Chat for Sustaining Community Among Educators in Unprecedented Times
Here are the materials from the Capital District Writing Project's meeting from March 16th, 2020. CDWP Zoom Call Link to PDF