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Teach21 Spring: Saturday, April 25th, 2020 and Summer: June 15-18, 2020
Registration for Spring Teach21 will open on February 26, 2020
Spring courses will run from 9:00am to 3:00pm on April 25, 2020, at 556 West 110th Street in New York, New York.
Schedule for each day:
8:00am Registration/Breakfast for all participants
9:00am Morning session begins
11:30am Lunch Break
12:30pm Afternoon session begins
3:00pm All sessions end
Please email Katelin O'Hare for more information at email@example.com.
Teach21 Scholarships Available
Teach21 New York has a limited number of scholarships available to NYC DOE teachers. Please apply by email.
Teach21 is a professional development institute that focuses on 21st Century teaching and learning. We are now in our sixth year providing professional development through innovative workshops. Developed and taught by The School at Columbia faculty, the workshops are grounded in cutting edge pedagogy and classroom experience. Come join us.
If you have any questions about Teach21, please email Katelin O'Hare (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kathryn Kaiser (email@example.com).
Teach21 Presenters Honored By The White House
Teach21 Workshop presenters and The School Faculty members Eliza Chung and Lisbeth Uribe were honored by the White House on September 9th, 2016. Eliza was honored as The Presidential Award For Excellence in Mathematics Teaching and Lisbeth was honored as The Presidential Award For Excellence in Science Teaching.
Teach21 in China!
Teach21 workshop leaders and The School Division Directors Kathryn Kaiser and Belinda Nicholson presented at The 2015 Great Leaders Summit in conjunction with The National Associate of Secondary School Principals and Bejing Normal University. They conducted workshops in Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xian, Shanghai, and Beijing on theory and practice of progressive education.
Three Edutopia Articles from our own Dylan Ryder
Teach21 instructor and Technologist at The School at Columbia University, Dylan Ryder, has three articles in Edutopia; Intermediate Level Projects with Scratch: Random Shapes On Demand!, Easy Projects to Get Started with Scratch: Drawing 2D Shapes and Advanced Level Projects with Scratch: Fun with Fractals. Keep up with Dylan's projects on his blog; http://dylanmryder.wordpress.com