UPCOMING EDUCATOR EXCHANGE EVENTS:
These free, drop-in events are held in the evenings and feature timely topics and creative ways to learn, meet new people and gain new resources.
February 7th: Separating myth from truth: How do students and teachers engage with truly challenging, grade-level content? Learn more and RSVP now…
March 28th: Teacher Leadership & Teacher-preneurship (Details & RSVP coming soon)
May 23rd: Looking Back at 2018-19: Celebrating moments of genius (Details & RSVP coming soon)
Join a small group of colleagues and experts for a loosely-facilitated dinner in a local restaurant. Come because you have expertise to share or come because you’re curious and want to learn.
February 20th: How do you effectively engage parents and families? Learn more and RSVP now…
March 1st: How do you implement project-based learning? Learn more and RSVP now…
April 17th: How do you get the most out of the questions you ask of students? (RSVP coming soon!)
April 30th: How do you design high-quality PD for your colleagues? (RSVP coming soon!)
See a full calendar of events for educators in MA!
ENROLL IN A CO-LAB:
JOIN ONE OF TWO SPRING 2019 CO-LABS!
This spring, we are offering two different Co-Labs:
Partnering with Parents and Families: Seek out new ways to engage with families, create open classrooms, share difficult information, utilize family expertise, and try something that can benefit your students this year and next. This Co-Lab meets at 50 Milk Street in Boston on Thursdays from February 7, 2019 - May 9, 2019.
Elevating Student Voice and Agency: Explore ways to promote student agency and voice ranging from classroom roles, restorative justice and problem solving, assignment selection, and student work products. This Co-Lab meets in Kendall Square in Cambridge on Wednesdays from February 27, 2019 - May 29, 2019.
Enrollment is now open (through January 27th).
“Each time I attended an Educator Exchange I felt energized. Conversing with educators from across the state - sharing stories, successes, challenges, and more - helped rejuvenate and inspire me at important points throughout the school year.”