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

18

May

Capital District Writing Project (CDWP)

Hike and Write Online!

 4-5 PM

Event Info

This week…  Start your week with writing!

Join us as we move our Hike and Write online!

 

In the days leading up to the Virtual Hike and Write, we invite you to take note of your experiences in nature as you hike a high peak, go for a walk, spend time outside, and/or ponder the view outside your window.

Consider jotting notes about the experience: What do you notice? Smell? See? Hear? Feel?

If you can, take a photo – or a few!  Bring to the May 18 Zoom Call for writing inspiration.

All are welcome.

To register: https://tinyurl.com/vanzqhy

To attend on Zoom: https://albany.zoom.us/s/923779622

 

19

May

A Twitter Chat: Sustain Community Among Educators in Unprecedented Times

Dr. Stephanie Affinito

 4-5 PM

Event Info

Join us on Twitter @UAlbanyEdu for a TweetChat!

 

20

May

Community Conversations:

The Future of Learning in the Age of a Pandemic: A Discussion with the New York State Teachers of the Year

4-5 PM

Event Info

The Future of Learning in the Age of a Pandemic: A Discussion with the New York State Teachers of the Year

A candid conversation with practicing educators about the challenges and opportunities of teaching remotely and the impact and implications on student learning during COVID-19 pandemic.

Moderator:

Elizabeth Day, 2005 NYS Teacher of the Year

Mechanicville Central School District

Panelists:

Rachel Murat, 2020 NYS Teacher of the Year

Maine-Endwell Central School District

Alhassan Susso, 2019 NYS Teacher of the Year

International Community High School

Christopher Albrecht, 2018 NYS Teacher of the Year
Brockport Central School District

Ashli Skura Dreher, 2014 NYS Teacher of the Year
Lewiston-Porter Central School District

Katie Ferguson, 2012 NYS Teacher of the Year

Schenectady City School District

 

Wednesday, May 13 from 4 – 5 pm via Zoom   Zoom registration required: Please click here!

FREE EVENT!

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?

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April 20: CDWP – Loop Writing

CDWP met via Zoom to explore loop writing. Through the use of multiple entry points, writers and students reflected on this time through images, song, and poetry.  University at Albany - SUNY - Department of Literacy Teaching and Learning, University at Albany -...

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