Mar 31 2017

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WeTeachNYC Classes Communities provide NYC teachers and school leaders with an online space where they can engage in online classes and blended learning communities with their colleagues. Currently, access to communities is limited to participants in specific NYCDOE programs.

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Learn about the different curriculum options offered by the NYCDOE in English Language Arts and mathematics.

Learn about the different types of assessments that educators can use to gain valuable information about what their students know and are able to do.

Vision for School Improvement

Learn about how to embed the Framework for Great Schools into ongoing cycles of learning in support of the growth and success of all students.

Learn about instructional practices that support student achievement.

Learn about different ways to support professional learning in schools.

Welcome to WeTeachNYC!

WeTeachNYC is an online resource library and professional learning portal created by the New York City Department of Education.

WeTeachNYC makes it easy for educators to find what they need to improve teaching and learning, including connecting with other educators, any time, from anywhere!

Introduction to WeTeachNYC

Find Resources

Anyone can search the WeTeachNYC Library for lesson plans, professional learning activities, videos of best practices, and more!

Simply enter keywords in the search bar and use filters to refine results. Some resources may require an NYCDOE or partner log in.

Engage in Online Classes

NYCDOE educators and partners can access professional development classes on WeTeachNYC Classes & Communities.

Online classes may be led by a facilitator or be self-paced, making learning interactive and flexible to fit educators’ unique needs.

Collaborate with Colleagues

Communities are online spaces where NYCDOE educators can discuss and share ideas and resources with each other.

Keep Up with NYC’s Approach

Educators can keep up to date on curriculum options and instructional practices, NYC’s Vision for School Improvement, and ways to support professional learning in schools.

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