Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) is hosting its third annual K-12 Symposium on Saturday, November 14, from 8:30am – 5pm in New York City. The event, titled “Learn. Practice. Perform.” is an all-day professional development opportunity for principals, instructional coaches, veteran teachers, and experienced Teaching Exceptional Learners (TEL) teachers who wish to grow as facilitators and leaders of adults.
Relay’s first program for undergraduate students began recruitment of its inaugural cohort in the Houston and New Orleans areas last week. Relay Tutor Corps will provide undergraduates with the opportunity to work with middle school students in a structured tutoring program.
Great Minds, the creator of the Eureka Math/EngageNY Math curriculum, has teamed up with Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) to launch a training for third grade teachers using the curriculum. The pilot is designed for teachers who are either new to the curriculum or who are experienced with the curriculum and interested in deepening their understanding.
At Relay, we’re excited about the work that we do every day to help teachers and principals improve the lives of their students. We also know that we’re not alone in the quest to improve our education system, and that true reform requires more than the efforts of any single organization.
Cupertino, CA — August 10, 2015 — The Learning Accelerator (TLA), a non-profit organization catalyzing the transformation of American K-12 education through blended learning on a national scale, and grantee Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay), a leading, nationally accredited graduate school of education, today launched a series of online training modules to help teachers make the shift to blended learning.
Teachers: They’re among the most vital and influential figures in a child’s life. Not only do they impart academic knowledge — literacy, mathematics, the sciences, and more — but they also serve as models to children as they develop the life skills that they’ll need to succeed beyond their years in the classroom.
Welcome to BL-101: Beginning to Blend. The video excerpts below were put together to give you a glimpse into new Blended Learning content that will soon be public. In August, 2015, Relay will launch 3 FREE, online modules preparing teachers to teach Blended Learning: the strategic integration of technology and in-person instruction focused on the pursuit of student achievement.
Calhan Elementary School was at the end of its rope. By 2013, four years of declining student scores on Colorado’s exams had earned it a “priority improvement” designation, and contributed to a toxic atmosphere that pitted the administrators against teachers and teachers against each other. As frustrations boiled over, its principal resigned in May of that year.
New York (June 29, 2015) – Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) today announced the 2015 cohort for its Leverage Leadership Institute Fellowship, developed in partnership with Uncommon Schools. In total, 25 district and charter school leaders from across the country were admitted into the program from 12 states and the District of Columbia. Now in its second year, the Leverage Leadership Institute Fellowship, based on Paul Bambrick-Santoyo’s acclaimed book Leverage Leadership, is a unique one-year program designed to help great leaders become extraordinary.
Could stations be the solution?
The video below features teachers and administrators who started off blending with the lab-rotation model and have now switched to doing stations. Hear about the benefits they have seen from the station rotation model, as well as words of advice.
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