The Early Career Leadership Institute is a year-long, three-part institute for grade K-12 and college teachers in the first five years of their careers. Participants develop new teaching and leadership skills as they learn powerful literacy strategies that allow them to put writing, deep reading, and critical thinking at the center of their practice.
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AND 2019-20 DATES:
ENTERING COMMUNITIES: ECLI I
SUMMER 2019: July 22-25, July 29-Aug. 1 | 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. | 48 inservice hours
Join a community of practice in which you refine your vision for teaching and learn about the communities where you teach. Through writing and rich discussion, you will develop as a writer, gaining skills and the confidence to incorporate more writing into your teaching.
ENGAGING IN REFLECTIVE PRACTICE: ECLI II
FALL 2019: Sept. 14 & 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 2, Dec. 7 | 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. | 30 inservice hours
Working alongside colleagues, you will document and study your students’ learning in order to build a reflective practice to inform your teaching. As you expand your professional network, you will also identify resources relevant to your students, classroom, and school community.
STEPPING INTO LEADERSHIP: ECLI III
SPRING 2020: Feb. 8 & 29, Mar. 7 & 21, Apr. 25 | 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. | 30 inservice hours
Focusing on student and community needs, you will add your voice to the professional conversation about how to best improve teaching. You will develop new leadership skills by designing and leading a literacy-rich workshop for an audience that includes current and/or future teachers.
On account of a grant, the Hudson Valley Writing Project (HVWP) has generous scholarships of up to 90% of the $750 tuition available. HVWP is a NYSED-approved sponsor of CTLE and certificates documenting inservice hours will be provided at the completion of each course.
Candidates first complete a streamlined APPLICATION and then take part in collegial INTERVIEW to be arranged at a mutually agreeable time.
Teachers enrolled in a SUNY New Paltz graduate program may earn up to six credits. For more information, contact Dr. Tom Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 257-2877.