Asynchronous Professional Learning Modules

These Asynchronous Professional Learning Modules (APLMs) are part of a pilot. Click the link below to register and receive a link to a syllabus with videos, resources, and more. Currently these APLMs they are not eligible for CTLE credit.

Asynchronous Professional Learning Modules (APLMs)

Currently not eligible for CTLE credit.

Overview of the NYCDOE Priority Learning Standards and Learning Maps

QN Facilitators: Anna Arrigo & Melinda Willens

In this asynchronous webinar, participants will be introduced to the tenets of priority learning as outlined by the NYCDOE. The principles of unfinished learning feature prominently throughout as we take a deep dive into the priority learning standards described in the Learning Maps and Learning Progressions across grade bands. Implications for assessment are also discussed.

Currently not eligible for CTLE credit.

Formative Assessment with Google Forms

QN Facilitators: Lisa Elkaabi & Anna McDonald

During the Google Forms asynchronous webinar, participants learn how to administer and leverage formative assessments with Google Forms at different stages of a student’s learning experience. Participants will examine how to utilize the data strategically from the responses tab to inform instructional next steps and explore ways to shift toward a mastery-based learning approach by embedding feedback and allowing revision within the Google Forms.

Currently not eligible for CTLE credit.

Best Practices to Support Asynchronous Instruction

QN Facilitators: Gina Ceparano & Rahjia Vandiver

In this asynchronous webinar, participants examine asynchronous pedagogical practices suggested in the Blended Learning and Content Specific Considerations guidance document. These practices include implementing video lessons to deliver explicit instruction and utilizing collaborative documents to promote peer discussion and provide effective feedback. Additionally, participants will build an understanding of how to plan asynchronous instruction using the Priority Learning Standards and Learning Maps.