Bridgeport/Stamford City Team Day – Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 5:00-7:30PM | Location TBD , Bridgeport CT | Hold at least 2 hours to complete pre-work.
The focus of the city team day will be around teacher leadership as it pertains to student outcomes moving into the End of the Year (EOY). There will be a combination of reflection and work-time that takes place. Prework will be shared Monday, April 16th.
Monday, April 23rd | 6:30PM – 8:00PM | Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture Center, 60 St. Stephens Rd. Bridgeport, CT 06605,
CORPS MEMBER OF COLOR & NATIVE SUMMITS
The Corps Member of Color (CMoC) summit series serves to advance “One Day” in the United States and its indigenous nations, by having all sectors and people working together to build out the pool and foster the learning and development of inspired, relentless, culturally responsive AANHPI, Black, Latinx and Native leaders who are in the fight for educational equity. Are you interested? Click here.
The White Privilege Conference (WPC) will take place again in April 2018. Don’t let the name fool you! This conference is open to people of all racial groups and identities. There are also plenty of affinity spaces to explore how white privilege impacts different people. Registration opens on Monday, January 15th. It provides a challenging, collaborative and comprehensive experience. They strive to empower and equip individuals to work for equity and justice through self and social transformations. This conference is open to people of all backgrounds. Discuss this opportunity with your City Team Lead and school principal if you are interested in attending!
FREE open source; create login–>click instructional model- select your content/grade band. Includes arc of the year; unit and lesson plans across grade/subject areas in addition to numerous other resources
Academic Data informs your instruction, enables our city team to analyze our impact on students, and provides an opportunity on our collective practices in the classroom. Submit academic every time you have an assessment that measure multiple student knowledge/skill sets. Upload a copy of your academic trackers to your TFA Google Folder (and to Blackboard if you're a JHU teacher).
Explore the TFA-Connecticut Member Resource Exchange. These resources are available to you help you achieve impact in the classroom and are organized by subject area and grade letter. Reach out to coaches for the password!