Our partner organizations also have clearinghouses, which include an incredible amount of resources across almost every area imaginable! Check out the Curriculum 21 clearinghouse, and the TCRWP clearinghouse.
This rubric guides Measures of Teacher Practice (MOTP) evaluation for all Advance-eligible teachers. (Shared by Ms. Tiné at mentor/mentee meeting on 9/29/16)
Kristin Smith met with teachers new to our school/new to TCRWP on Wed 9/21, with a focus on understanding and implementing the workshop model. Ms. Smith shared this resource packet with the group, which covers the following goals: Read More
Information on rating for Advance-eligible teachers can be found on the Advance intranet (requires login with your DOE email username and password). You can also review this introductory letter from Chancellor Carmen Fariña. Read More
The Cross This Way safety curriculum was designed to teach students in grades 4–6 about making safe choices in New York City’s traffic environment. Read More
From Ms. Bluett: Attached are electronic versions of the time sheet and OP 175 forms. The OP 175 is used for any per-session activity you are applying for. Ms. Taylor also shared an OP 201 form which is used for PD’s you are attending outside the building. Read More
You can view the Accountability Data Verification Report for NYS exams in ELA and Math from NYSED, which includes data on participation and performance across grades 3-5.
Please use this sign-in sheet for all parent/family engagement activities that you host (including Curriculum Night, Parent-Teacher Conferences, Tues sessions, etc.). You can submit the completed sign-in each time to Ms. Morales, via her mailbox.
We are looking forward to welcoming our students’ families into the new school year! Curriculum Night will be held Thurs 9/22, 4:30pm-7:30pm. Here are some ideas for how to prepare for families. Spanish language support will be arranged for all classes without Spanish-speaking teachers!
From Universal Literacy Coach, Linda Bean: One of the most inspiring books I read this summer was “Teaching with Love and Logic” (pdf version). It is designed to provide as a guide as you attempt to solve the vast spectrum of behaviors that confront you in your classrooms. Read More