News & Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

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15-hour online Professional Development courses in Edmodo starting March 6, 2017

March Edmodo Courses

      Many Thousands Gone            Workshop, Saturday, March 25    Using Primary Sources to Teach about Slavery in the Hudson Valley

Who:Susan Stessin-Cohn, New Paltz Town Historian, is the co-author of the recently published, In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery in New York’s Hudson River Valley, 1735-1831

Where:  Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center, FDR Home & Presidential Library, Hyde Park.     

NYSCATE Conference : Saturday, March 4th: Wappingers Falls 


Teacher Advisor with Watson


As you approach the holidays and begin planning for the second half of the school year, we invite you to try Teacher Advisor with Watson, a free and innovative new online resource. Hundreds of math teachers have used Teacher Advisor to find lessons and activities, customize lessons, and explore teaching tips and strategies. We hope you'll do the same! You can also ask IBM Watson to help you find just what you need for your classroom. (You might remember Watson from Jeopardy!)                                  Please visit teacheradvisor.orgto sign up! 



Classroom Sets of Books for Loan to Elementary Teachers. More Available. (Please call for info)



MHTC Library of Classroom Books for Loan to Teachers

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