NYS Teacher Centers fully support professional learning for all educators as they implement the elements of the Regents Reform Agenda in the following areas:
Teachers from districts throughout the Eastern Upstate TC Network practice specialized strategies designed to build students’ cognitive capacity in this distance-learning enabled collaborative action research project. These strategies, while critical for all students, are particularly crucial for those students most impacted by risk factors associated with poverty.
Teachers from districts within the Eastern Upstate TC Network partner to prepare their classroom implementation strategy plans and data gathering instruments to meet the needs of the growing number of their students who are living in poverty.
Below are additional resources to assist with your professional learning and provide information on current educational issues.
In October 2016, Eric Jensen, former teacher and educational leader and author of 29 books visited Rochester for an engaging, fast-moving, results-oriented program during which he taught more than 240 educators in our network to differentiate their teaching and school environment in ways that successfully reach students of poverty. The Greater Rochester Teacher Center Network […]