Professional Development Opportunity- Climate Change for K-12 Teachers
Educators at the NJ School of Conservation (Sussex County) are offering professional development for K-12 teachers focused on climate change.
Three different workshops are available for various grade levels/content areas. Each workshop is designed to help classroom teachers incorporate the new climate change standards in their teaching in the 2021-2022 school year and beyond.
More details are available on the NJSOC website. Registration is through Eventbrite.
Teacher Education & Teacher Development
Tuesday, June 15th
For more information and to register:
The PhD in Teacher Education & Teacher Development is the first of its kind in the region and one of only a few in the country. Based on the most current research on how teachers learn to teach in multicultural contexts and how they develop professionally, the program offers a unique opportunity for those who seek to develop necessary expertise to assume leadership roles in educational settings nationwide.
Applicants come from a variety of professional settings and bring considerable experience into the classroom. This combines with the expertise of program faculty to provide an engaging, rigorous program of study.
Meet program faculty and gain insight into how this program can help you reach your professional goals.
Questions? Email Marcia Adirim email@example.com
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