Opportunities & Resources

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May
Multiple Dates
May-Sep
11-5

Global Learning Series: Community ImpactUpdated

May 11, 2021 to September 5, 2021

Across the world, network partners are pursuing ambitious strategies to grow collective leadership to contribute to progress for all kids in dozens of communities. What are we learning from those efforts?

Through a program of live 90-min Zoom calls, video and written materials, Teach For All´s Community Impact Lab invites you to learn from network leaders about stories of community impact in Nigeria, Haiti, India, USA, Armenia, Germany, Peru, México, UK, Pakistan and Morocco. As well as learning about different strategies, you will participate in shaping new knowledge for the network about how to grow collective leadership to bring about transformational change.

Participation in this experience will include:

  • Engaging in discussion in six 90-minute calls between May and September 2021 - attendees can attend as many or as few as they would like
  • Sharing trends that you see and highlighting examples from your experience 
  • Weekly email communications with insightful resources related to the call (and follow up materials if you are unable to attend one of them)

Materials and call facilitation will be accessible in both English and Spanish. You can confirm your interest in the workshops by clicking on the boxes in the registration form. Meeting invitations with a Zoom link will be emailed to you.

You are invited to attend all workshops, however, we realize that busy schedules may make that difficult so will make edited recordings of all calls available.

Please register here at any time for the calls listed below. 

See more detail here.

Please reach out to Alex Beard with any questions or inquiries.

Call feat. Nedgine Paul Derole, Anseye Pou Ayiti & Folawe Omikunle, Teach For Nigeria

May 11, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mansi Joshi, Teach For India Delhi

June 1, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Shelley Gonsalves, Teach First & Soon Seng Chan, Teach For Malaysia

June 22, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Franco Mosso, Enseña Perú Ancash & Leidy Cabrera, Enseña Por México Nuevo León

July 13, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mohammed El-Idrissi, Teach For Morocco & Gonul Eglence, Teach First Deutschland

August 3, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Khadija Bhaktiar, Teach For Pakistan & Alexander Hakobyan, Teach For Armenia

September 5, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

 

Available in: English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global

Category: Course
| Organized by: Teach For All
Show More

Global Learning Series: Community ImpactUpdated

May 11, 2021 to September 5, 2021

Across the world, network partners are pursuing ambitious strategies to grow collective leadership to contribute to progress for all kids in dozens of communities. What are we learning from those efforts?

Through a program of live 90-min Zoom calls, video and written materials, Teach For All´s Community Impact Lab invites you to learn from network leaders about stories of community impact in Nigeria, Haiti, India, USA, Armenia, Germany, Peru, México, UK, Pakistan and Morocco. As well as learning about different strategies, you will participate in shaping new knowledge for the network about how to grow collective leadership to bring about transformational change.

Participation in this experience will include:

  • Engaging in discussion in six 90-minute calls between May and September 2021 - attendees can attend as many or as few as they would like
  • Sharing trends that you see and highlighting examples from your experience 
  • Weekly email communications with insightful resources related to the call (and follow up materials if you are unable to attend one of them)

Materials and call facilitation will be accessible in both English and Spanish. You can confirm your interest in the workshops by clicking on the boxes in the registration form. Meeting invitations with a Zoom link will be emailed to you.

You are invited to attend all workshops, however, we realize that busy schedules may make that difficult so will make edited recordings of all calls available.

Please register here at any time for the calls listed below. 

See more detail here.

Please reach out to Alex Beard with any questions or inquiries.

Call feat. Nedgine Paul Derole, Anseye Pou Ayiti & Folawe Omikunle, Teach For Nigeria

May 11, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mansi Joshi, Teach For India Delhi

June 1, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Shelley Gonsalves, Teach First & Soon Seng Chan, Teach For Malaysia

June 22, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Franco Mosso, Enseña Perú Ancash & Leidy Cabrera, Enseña Por México Nuevo León

July 13, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mohammed El-Idrissi, Teach For Morocco & Gonul Eglence, Teach First Deutschland

August 3, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Khadija Bhaktiar, Teach For Pakistan & Alexander Hakobyan, Teach For Armenia

September 5, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

 

Available in: English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global Category: Course
| Organized by: Teach For All Show More
Multiple Dates
May-Sep
11-5

Global Learning Series: Community ImpactUpdated

May 11, 2021 to September 5, 2021

Across the world, network partners are pursuing ambitious strategies to grow collective leadership to contribute to progress for all kids in dozens of communities. What are we learning from those efforts?

Through a program of live 90-min Zoom calls, video and written materials, Teach For All´s Community Impact Lab invites you to learn from network leaders about stories of community impact in Nigeria, Haiti, India, USA, Armenia, Germany, Peru, México, UK, Pakistan and Morocco. As well as learning about different strategies, you will participate in shaping new knowledge for the network about how to grow collective leadership to bring about transformational change.

Participation in this experience will include:

  • Engaging in discussion in six 90-minute calls between May and September 2021 - attendees can attend as many or as few as they would like
  • Sharing trends that you see and highlighting examples from your experience 
  • Weekly email communications with insightful resources related to the call (and follow up materials if you are unable to attend one of them)

Materials and call facilitation will be accessible in both English and Spanish. You can confirm your interest in the workshops by clicking on the boxes in the registration form. Meeting invitations with a Zoom link will be emailed to you.

You are invited to attend all workshops, however, we realize that busy schedules may make that difficult so will make edited recordings of all calls available.

Please register here at any time for the calls listed below. 

See more detail here.

Please reach out to Alex Beard with any questions or inquiries.

Call feat. Nedgine Paul Derole, Anseye Pou Ayiti & Folawe Omikunle, Teach For Nigeria

May 11, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mansi Joshi, Teach For India Delhi

June 1, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Shelley Gonsalves, Teach First & Soon Seng Chan, Teach For Malaysia

June 22, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Franco Mosso, Enseña Perú Ancash & Leidy Cabrera, Enseña Por México Nuevo León

July 13, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mohammed El-Idrissi, Teach For Morocco & Gonul Eglence, Teach First Deutschland

August 3, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Khadija Bhaktiar, Teach For Pakistan & Alexander Hakobyan, Teach For Armenia

September 5, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

 

Available in: English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global

Category: Course
| Organized by: Teach For All
Show More

Global Learning Series: Community ImpactUpdated

May 11, 2021 to September 5, 2021

Across the world, network partners are pursuing ambitious strategies to grow collective leadership to contribute to progress for all kids in dozens of communities. What are we learning from those efforts?

Through a program of live 90-min Zoom calls, video and written materials, Teach For All´s Community Impact Lab invites you to learn from network leaders about stories of community impact in Nigeria, Haiti, India, USA, Armenia, Germany, Peru, México, UK, Pakistan and Morocco. As well as learning about different strategies, you will participate in shaping new knowledge for the network about how to grow collective leadership to bring about transformational change.

Participation in this experience will include:

  • Engaging in discussion in six 90-minute calls between May and September 2021 - attendees can attend as many or as few as they would like
  • Sharing trends that you see and highlighting examples from your experience 
  • Weekly email communications with insightful resources related to the call (and follow up materials if you are unable to attend one of them)

Materials and call facilitation will be accessible in both English and Spanish. You can confirm your interest in the workshops by clicking on the boxes in the registration form. Meeting invitations with a Zoom link will be emailed to you.

You are invited to attend all workshops, however, we realize that busy schedules may make that difficult so will make edited recordings of all calls available.

Please register here at any time for the calls listed below. 

See more detail here.

Please reach out to Alex Beard with any questions or inquiries.

Call feat. Nedgine Paul Derole, Anseye Pou Ayiti & Folawe Omikunle, Teach For Nigeria

May 11, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mansi Joshi, Teach For India Delhi

June 1, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Shelley Gonsalves, Teach First & Soon Seng Chan, Teach For Malaysia

June 22, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Franco Mosso, Enseña Perú Ancash & Leidy Cabrera, Enseña Por México Nuevo León

July 13, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Mohammed El-Idrissi, Teach For Morocco & Gonul Eglence, Teach First Deutschland

August 3, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

Call feat. Khadija Bhaktiar, Teach For Pakistan & Alexander Hakobyan, Teach For Armenia

September 5, 2021 07:00 to 08:30 - CDT

 

Available in: English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global Category: Course
| Organized by: Teach For All Show More
June
Multiple Dates
Jun
15-24

This past year has been a time of reflection, learning, and sacrifice and has caused educators to pivot and adapt during the most unprecedented time in educational history. In this four-part series, we’ll investigate the ways in which racism, mental health, history, and education intersect. Discover tools to deepen your understanding, turn knowledge into action, and create immediate, positive change in the fight against anti-Black racism in education.

All sessions will be recorded. Register here to receive access to all four episodes and the recordings after the series has concluded.
PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each one-hour virtual professional learning event.

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Tuesday, June 15 at 7 pm ET – Episode 1: Deepening Understanding -- Systemic Racism’s Impact on Education
The evidence that systemic racism is embedded in our education system is clear: from zoning, to discriminatory policies, to "who" is teaching “what”, and the existence of a school to prison pipeline - this is an ongoing discussion across the country. This one-hour discussion will examine history and the effects of systemic racism on education, how we have come to understand it and the role educators can play to actively disrupt and dismantle these harmful systems.


Thursday, June 17 at 7 pm ET  - Episode 2: Affirming Identities -- The Content We Teach
The content we consume and teach impacts our students, colleagues and ourselves inside and outside the classroom. In a previous episode of Tools for Anti Racist Teaching, Julia Torres - one of our experts - described the 'spirit murdering' of our children that Dr. Bettina Love discusses in her book, often without educators ever recognizing their responsibility. In this episode, we’ll explore what stories are being told, who is doing the telling, and why. This conversation will focus on the impact that systemic racism and white supremacy have had historically on curricula, teacher perspective, and teacher practice, and the actions we can take to more carefully assess the content, and consider the impact it’s having on our students.


Tuesday, June 22 at 7 pm ET – Episode 3: Mental Health -- Centering Our Learners
Systemic racism has a destructive and direct impact on mental health and identity development. This conversation will center learners, focusing on the importance of our role as educators and how what we teach affirms or invalidates identities of learners and people in our world. We will consider the impact on the past, immediate, and future mental health of our students, and explore how systemic racism undermines our own mental health and how that impact seeps into our classrooms through our practice.


Thursday, June 24 at 7 pm ET – Episode 4: Designing a Path Forward
Uprooting systemic racism and fostering liberation takes continuous and intentional action. In this conversation, we’ll discuss tools, practices and frameworks to which we can hold ourselves and our peers accountable, while also protecting our own mental health and building trusting effective partnerships with our peers and colleagues.
 

Available in: English
Access Type: Open to public | Geographic Region: Global

Category: Seminar
| Organized by: External
Show More

This past year has been a time of reflection, learning, and sacrifice and has caused educators to pivot and adapt during the most unprecedented time in educational history. In this four-part series, we’ll investigate the ways in which racism, mental health, history, and education intersect. Discover tools to deepen your understanding, turn knowledge into action, and create immediate, positive change in the fight against anti-Black racism in education.

All sessions will be recorded. Register here to receive access to all four episodes and the recordings after the series has concluded.
PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each one-hour virtual professional learning event.

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Tuesday, June 15 at 7 pm ET – Episode 1: Deepening Understanding -- Systemic Racism’s Impact on Education
The evidence that systemic racism is embedded in our education system is clear: from zoning, to discriminatory policies, to "who" is teaching “what”, and the existence of a school to prison pipeline - this is an ongoing discussion across the country. This one-hour discussion will examine history and the effects of systemic racism on education, how we have come to understand it and the role educators can play to actively disrupt and dismantle these harmful systems.


Thursday, June 17 at 7 pm ET  - Episode 2: Affirming Identities -- The Content We Teach
The content we consume and teach impacts our students, colleagues and ourselves inside and outside the classroom. In a previous episode of Tools for Anti Racist Teaching, Julia Torres - one of our experts - described the 'spirit murdering' of our children that Dr. Bettina Love discusses in her book, often without educators ever recognizing their responsibility. In this episode, we’ll explore what stories are being told, who is doing the telling, and why. This conversation will focus on the impact that systemic racism and white supremacy have had historically on curricula, teacher perspective, and teacher practice, and the actions we can take to more carefully assess the content, and consider the impact it’s having on our students.


Tuesday, June 22 at 7 pm ET – Episode 3: Mental Health -- Centering Our Learners
Systemic racism has a destructive and direct impact on mental health and identity development. This conversation will center learners, focusing on the importance of our role as educators and how what we teach affirms or invalidates identities of learners and people in our world. We will consider the impact on the past, immediate, and future mental health of our students, and explore how systemic racism undermines our own mental health and how that impact seeps into our classrooms through our practice.


Thursday, June 24 at 7 pm ET – Episode 4: Designing a Path Forward
Uprooting systemic racism and fostering liberation takes continuous and intentional action. In this conversation, we’ll discuss tools, practices and frameworks to which we can hold ourselves and our peers accountable, while also protecting our own mental health and building trusting effective partnerships with our peers and colleagues.
 

Available in: English
Access Type: Open to public | Geographic Region: Global Category: Seminar
| Organized by: External Show More
Jun
24

Collective Collaboration: The Key to Empower Communities

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."

Have you ever wondered how you can take your students' learning beyond the classroom?

The Teach For All´s Student Leadership Community invites you to their third space, "Collective Collaboration: The Key to Empower Communities."

This is an opportunity to learn about different types of collaborations within the network, an effective basis for successful collaborations, and a deep dive into the impact it has in our various communities (locally and globally).

The community highly anticipates listening to and learning from your valued input and perspectives during the call, which can help us redefine effective collaboration across borders.

Translation will be available on request. Register here

Available in: English
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global

Category: Community Call
| Organized by: Network Community
Show More

Collective Collaboration: The Key to Empower Communities

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."

Have you ever wondered how you can take your students' learning beyond the classroom?

The Teach For All´s Student Leadership Community invites you to their third space, "Collective Collaboration: The Key to Empower Communities."

This is an opportunity to learn about different types of collaborations within the network, an effective basis for successful collaborations, and a deep dive into the impact it has in our various communities (locally and globally).

The community highly anticipates listening to and learning from your valued input and perspectives during the call, which can help us redefine effective collaboration across borders.

Translation will be available on request. Register here

Available in: English
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global Category: Community Call
| Organized by: Network Community Show More
Jun
25

This call features Nnaceesay Marenah, Founder and CEO of Teach For The Gambia, whose mission is to re-indigenize Early Childhood Education by leveraging similarities between Montessori, and traditional education methodologies, including Kindezi. Join Nnaceesay as we discover Teach For The Gambia's vision for liberatory education in the African context, and why Montessori is the best bet at achieving the same.

Register here.

Translation will be available on request. 

Available in: Arabic, English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global

Category: Community Call
| Organized by: Network Community
Show More

This call features Nnaceesay Marenah, Founder and CEO of Teach For The Gambia, whose mission is to re-indigenize Early Childhood Education by leveraging similarities between Montessori, and traditional education methodologies, including Kindezi. Join Nnaceesay as we discover Teach For The Gambia's vision for liberatory education in the African context, and why Montessori is the best bet at achieving the same.

Register here.

Translation will be available on request. 

Available in: Arabic, English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global Category: Community Call
| Organized by: Network Community Show More
Jun
25

This call features Nnaceesay Marenah, Founder and CEO of Teach For The Gambia, whose mission is to re-indigenize Early Childhood Education by leveraging similarities between Montessori, and traditional education methodologies, including Kindezi. Join Nnaceesay as we discover Teach For The Gambia's vision for liberatory education in the African context, and why Montessori is the best bet at achieving the same.

Register here.

Translation will be available on request. 

Available in: Arabic, English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global

Category: Community Call
| Organized by: Network Community
Show More

This call features Nnaceesay Marenah, Founder and CEO of Teach For The Gambia, whose mission is to re-indigenize Early Childhood Education by leveraging similarities between Montessori, and traditional education methodologies, including Kindezi. Join Nnaceesay as we discover Teach For The Gambia's vision for liberatory education in the African context, and why Montessori is the best bet at achieving the same.

Register here.

Translation will be available on request. 

Available in: Arabic, English, Spanish
Access Type: Network only | Geographic Region: Global Category: Community Call
| Organized by: Network Community Show More
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