Access online and blended learning opportunities for registered program participants
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.
This Integrated Scope & Sequence for Writing provides school leaders and teachers with a suggested timeline and units of study for teaching writing in Grades 9–12. While primarily geared toward ELA teachers, this document also includes expectations and suggestions for writing instruction in the sciences and social studies/ history classes.
This guide provides sample lessons and instructional support for teaching each of the four components of a comprehensive vocabulary program: Wide and varied reading, writing, and discussion; Teaching individual words; Word-learning strategies; and Word Consciousness.
Trackers can be used for formative assessment by checking off various skills as individual students acquire them. In looking over the tracker, teachers can determine which students may need additional instruction with particular skills.
This guide provides a short overview of the research concerning teaching keyboarding, a discussion of best instructional practices for teaching keyboarding, and a list of keyboarding curricula available through FAMIS.