|The Teacher Center of Central Westchester|
20 Broadway Valhalla, NY
Grant-Funded Professional Development
As we say goodbye to 2021, The Teacher Center of Central Westchester invites you to take advantage of these 2022 learning opportunities.
1 Hour Workshops
1/6- 2188. Pronouns: How to Properly Share, Use, Gather, and Mess Them Up
1/31- 2190. Introduction and Rollout for the NYS PE Learning Standards
2/10- 2193. What is Critical Race Theory and What Does It Have To Do with Me?
2-3 Hour Workshops
12/21- 2192: Next Generation Math Learning Standards: Unpack the Resources
1/4- 2161. Classroom Reboot: Revisiting Classroom Rules and Routines
1/17- 2207. Engagement in Math Routines and the Standards for Mathematical Practices
1/24- 2187. Planning to Lesson Plan – Tips to Engage Students
1/27- 2183. Culture and Culturally Responsive Education
2/12- 2208. Investigate How Natural Hazards Affect Individuals and Societies?
2/16- 2194. Implicit Bias: The Unconscious Impact
2/28- 2202. Get Ready for World Language Standards ReVision
3/3- 2198. Recognizing Microaggressions and the Messages They Send
5-15 Hour Courses
1/18/22-2/8/22 – 2204. Get Writing, Keep Writing: Guiding Your Students
2/3/22-3/31/22 2175. Cultural Competence Now- Book Study
2/28- 2195. The Power of Making Thinking Visible by Ron Ritchhart Published May 2020
3/7- 2203. Building Number Sense
If you register for a course or workshop and cannot attend, please contact TCCW.
As the Co-directors of The Teacher Center of Central Westchester, we have been busy thinking about the challenges you and your students face during these unprecedented times. Our goal is to identify and provide professional development opportunities that respond to your needs.
The vision of the Teacher Center of Central Westchester is to provide educators with meaningful and innovative teacher-led professional development that guarantees all students an equitable opportunity to learn.