Professional Development

Developing Metacognitive Skills Through Reflective Journaling in Science and Math Classes

Leaders: Kelly O’Shea and Chris Vicevich We want our students to do more than just apply a set of procedures. How do they develop the skills to be able to identify and solve new problems? Journal writing can help. Writing about one’s process makes reflection an explicit activity, gives students a chance to revisit a

“Whiteboard as a Verb” and “Expanding Your Resource Bank”

Leader: Patricia Bauer (Marymount School) Part 1: Whiteboard as a Verb: Whether you are a modeler or not, the benefits of whiteboarding are multitudinous.

STEM Expo + Annual Meeting 2018

Please join us for an engaging series of presentations, demos and speakers exploring the future of STEM Education!

Kid Talk Teacher Talk in Elementary Science 2018

Kid Talk, Teacher Talk in Elementary Science (KT3) is a professional development program designed to engage K-3 teachers across the New York Metropolitan area in the pursuit of excellent science teaching and learning. Workshop time is devoted to designing and implementing lessons that engage and motivate students to explain natural phenomena and to solve engineering