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Brain Pop
NYS Teacher Centers in collaboration with Brain Pop is gearing up to support training for schools on the use of Brain Pop. Continue…

iTunes U New York
Through iTunes U New York educators, students, and parents can access exemplar learning resources. Continue…

Edmodo
NYS Teacher Centers in collaboration with Edmodo is preparing to support the use of the freely available Edmodo elearning platform by training a cadre NYS certified Edmodo trainers. Continue…

Esri GIS
With the recent signing of a statewide license for the unlimited use of Esri’s ArcGIS software, more than 2.7 million K–12 students in New York State (NYS) now have the opportunity to learn and apply geospatial concepts. Continue…

Google Apps for Education
NYS Teacher Centers in collaboration with Google has certified a network of NYS Certified Google Trainers for support on Google Apps for Education. Continue…

Symbaloo
Symbaloo is a visual bookmarking tool that makes it simple and fun to organize the best of the web. Continue…

Intel Teach Program
The New York Institute of Technology and the NYS Teacher Centers has partnered with Intel to deliver the Intel Teach Program. Continue…

SAS Curriculum Pathways
SAS Curriculum Pathways is an innovative platform that organizes content in core disciplines that has been curated by teachers, developers, designers, and other specialists. Continue…

myON
NYS Teacher Centers is in the process of rolling out an intensive 18 month pilot project in 17 districts in NYS to help establish effective use cases and exemplary professional development models. Continue…

Exploros
NYS Teacher Centers in collaboration with Exploros has developed a pilot to support teachers on 1:1 iPad classroom work, with teacher-guided, student centric learning. Continue…

Eye On...

Poverty Training with Dr. Eric Jensen

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 […]

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