Professional Development that focuses on:

  • Student Outcomes

  • Professional Collaboration

  • Local, State, National and international Best Practices

  • Educational Research​

  • Creativity

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PARTNERSHIPS

​Bronxville School Foundation

The Professional Development Center's programs have been significantly enriched through the support of the Bronxville School Foundation.  Programs that have been funded by the Foundation include:
2018
  • Adult Learning Theory; Eleanor Drago-Severson
 
2017
  • Inquiry Based Learning; Tracee Worlee
 
2016
  • Inquiry Based Learning; Chris Hazleton

 

2015

  • Instructional Strategies for the I-Lab Spaces; Chris Hazleton

 

2014

  • Common Core Literacy Instruction; Georgie Marley and Andrea Lowenkopf

2013

  • Interdisciplinary Learning; Harvard Project Zero (Veronica Boix-Mansilla & Flossie Chua)

  • Lesson Study and Singapore Mathematics; Makoto Yoshida

 

2012

  • K-8 Literacy; LitLife

2011

  • Common Core Learning Standards; LitLife

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2010

  • Service Learning Project; JBFC

  • Literacy in the Digital Age; LitLife

  • NCTE Conference; 6-12 English Teachers

 

2009

  • Technology Curriculum Alignment; BOCES

  • Technology Research Tools; BOCES

  • Creating a Web Presence:  Blogs, Web Pages, etc.; BOCES

  • Presentation Tools:  iMovie, Adobe Premiere, Podcasting, Videocasting, Keynote/ Powerpoint, etc.; BOCES

  • Global Interactions:  Video-conferencing, Nings, etc.; BOCES

 

2008

  • Coaching for Distinction; BOCES

  • Global Education Partnerships; Asia Society, Yale PIER program, IB Program, Global Ambassadors

  • Technology for Global Education Program; Videoconferencing-BOCES, E-Pal

2007

  • Curriculum Leader Training; Jim Morgan, Consultant

2006

  • Online Course Development; BOCES

  • Mathematics Program Development ; Teachers College Professor, Steve Peverley

 

2005

  • Freshman Transition Program; Princeton Leadership Center

2004

  • Action Research Program Evaluation; Richard Sagor, Consultant

 

2003

  • Action Research Program Evaluation; Richard Sagor, Consultant

2001

  • Curriculum Development & Assessment Design; Bena Kallick, Consultant

  • Differentiated Instruction Workshop; Bena Kallick, Consultant

 

2000

  • Differentiated Instruction Workshop; Lisa Freund, Consultant

  • Differentiated Instruction Workshop; Donna Wagner, Consultant

  • Best Practices in Special Education Workshop; Joseph Schippa, Consultant

  • Orton Gillingham Workshop; Judy O’Gorman, Consultant

  • Differentiated Instruction Workshops; Teachers College Professors Lisa Wright and James Borland

  • Curriculum Renewal Institute with Bena Kallick

  • Techpaths Curriculum Software with Jim Wilson

  • Special Education Testing Materials

  • Differentiated Instruction Videotapes and Books

 

1999

  • Student Well-Being

    • Patricia Hersch, author of A Tribe Apart (Student interviews; parent and faculty presentations)

    • George Cohen, human relations consultant (Student interviews; family-school partnership workshops)

  • NYS Assessments

  • Mentoring Program; Bena Kallick, Consultant

  • Interdisciplinary Curriculum; Heidi Hayes-Jacobs, Consultant

 

1998

  • Digital Portfolios (Fifth Grade Exit Experience, Spanish, Orchestra); Bena Kallick, Consultant​

 

 

 

 

THE BRONXVILLE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION

The Bronxville P.T.A. partners annually with the Professional Development Center to sponsor Family-School Partnership Workshops and the Spring Innovation Festival.  These events bring parents, students, and teachers together to consider educational issues and celebrate student work.

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