RTC Update – Summer 2019

#CulturallyResponsiveEd  #SafeSecureSchools
RTC salutes our 2018-2019 Poverty Simulation Experience partners

Co-Sponsors
Haverstraw Center/Haverstraw Collaborative
Rockland County Youth Bureau
Partners
Alzheimer’s Association
CANDLE of Rockland
Child Care Resources of Rockland
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland
County
Creative Response to Conflict
Village of Haverstraw
Good Samaritan Hospital
Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library
HealtheConnections
HRHCare
Knowledge for College
Legal Services of Hudson Valley
Lexington Center for Recovery
Lower Hudson Valley Perinatal Network
Mental Health Association of Rockland
North Rockland School District
Rockland 21C
Rockland BOCES
Rockland Community Against Hunger
Rockland Community Foundation
Rockland County Department of Health
Sloatsburg Food Pantry
Suffern Central School District
United Way of Rockland

RTC Update – May 2019

#CulturallyResponsiveEd  #SafeSecureSchools
5/8 Mental Health Education Law
5/15 Gender Identity
5/15 Empowering the Educator with
Energy

7/16 Youth Mental Health First Aid

3 hr Online Courses

5/20-5/23 Utilizing Amazon Echo in the
Classroom
5/20–5/23 EdPuzzle & ENL Classroom -online
5/28–5/31 Resources to Support ELLs Over
the Summer Break – online
5/28–5/31 Read & Write to Support
Language Learning – online

 

Community Programs
5/13 Mental Health and Wellness 101
5/20 Human Trafficking

 

Rockland Teachers’ Center April 2019 Update

Upcoming  CTLE,  April 2019

4/4, 4/11 4:30PM Create & Edit a Podcast Using a Chromebook  @ Rockland BOCES

4/8  4:30PM Human Trafficking 101

4/11–5/22 Exploring NYS Science Learning Standards to Design Instruction, 15 hours online

4/16  4:30PM  Teach Like Yourself: Why Your Students Need You to Be You @ Lougheed Library, STAC

Rockland Community Foundation Verizon Innovative Grant Applications are due April 26, 2019

Click here to view the RTC Update April 2019

Rockland Teachers’ Center March 2019 Update

RTC Update March 2019

Rockland Teachers’ Center is a NYS Teacher Center!  NYS Teacher Centers  provide educators with customized professional learning to prepare students for a changing tomorrow.

NYS Teacher Centers funding supports:

Culturally Responsive Education and Culturally Diverse Learners
 Developing programs that address school culture, including racial and social justice issues
Safe and Secure Learning Environments
 Creating and maintaining safe, secure and inclusive learning environments for all students
Aligning Technology with Instruction
 Advancing state-of-the-art strategies and applications secured by the Smart Schools Bond Act
Teacher Retention and Teacher Leadership Development
 Providing mentor programs for new educators and facilitating National Board Certification for veteran teachers

Next Generation Learning Standards
 Connecting academic and applied knowledge in all subject areas, including Career and Technical Education.