Co-Labs for Innovation

This isn’t your typical PD.

In Co-Labs, you work in a small group with educators from different schools to focus on a problem of practice that is important and timely for you and your students. You’ll:

  • Work smarter, not harder: Connect to the best resources in smart and efficient ways.

  • Take action: Develop and implement a plan to try something new in your classroom.

  • Stay connected and get support: Join the team to celebrate successes, ask for advice, pose questions, and stick with it.

Now accepting applications for Fall 2018 Co-Labs!

Co-Labs start on 10/24 (Mindfulness for Educators) and 11/5 (Exploring Bias in the Classroom) -- get in your application today! It takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and you can preview the questions here. Team members will be accepted on a rolling basis so get your applications in early!

Fall 2018 Co-Labs


Mindfulness & Self-Care for Educators

Deep breaths and moments of reflection aren’t just helpful for students. Join a team of educators looking to explore and experiment with Mindfulness practices that promote their own sustainability, productivity, and balance.

This Co-Lab will meet in Cambridge (Kendall Square) on Wednesdays. Click here for a detailed schedule.


Exploring Bias

Do you wonder about the ways our perceptions impact the students we teach? Join other educators looking to dig deeper into the ways bias plays out in classroom experiences from curricular materials to student groupings to instructional practices.

This Co-Lab will meet in Boston (Milk St) on Mondays (except Veteran’s Day). Click here for a detailed schedule.


More Co-Labs to come in 2019!

More details about Co-Labs:

  • Co-Labs meet in the evening over the course of 12 weeks.

  • There are 4 in-person meetings (in Boston or Cambridge) and 4 virtual meetings.

  • We’ll cover dinner and parking.

  • Any PK-12 educator (teacher, instructional coach, principal, etc.) can join a Co-Lab from any school (district, charter, private) or organization that works with students.

  • More questions? Check out the FAQs or contact Kat (

Take a look at previous Co-Labs.