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2022 Institute for New Teachers | Public-to-Private

This online course will be offered June 1-July 31 for experienced public school teachers who are making the move to an independent school. Participants will explore the unique culture and structure of an independent school and what it’s like to […]

Parent-Teacher Conferences

As fall and spring mainstays, most schools employ parent-teacher conferences as face-to-face opportunities to share student progress with parents. While the pandemic required creative alternatives to the traditional parent-teacher conference, the following strategies are helpful for both virtual and in-person […]

Women’s History Month Resources and Activities for the Classroom

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in commemorating and encouraging the study, observance, and celebration of […]

2022 Institute for New Teachers | Charlotte

The first few years of teaching in an independent school can be challenging. The SAIS Institute for New Teachers provides guidance, support, and the opportunity to practice planning and instructional skills with a small peer group led by an experienced […]

2022 Institute for New Teachers | Nashville

The first few years of teaching in an independent school can be challenging. The SAIS Institute for New Teachers provides guidance, support, and the opportunity to practice planning and instructional skills with a small peer group led by an experienced […]

2022 Institute for New Teachers | Atlanta

The first few years of teaching in an independent school can be challenging. The SAIS Institute for New Teachers provides guidance, support, and the opportunity to practice planning and instructional skills with a small peer group led by an experienced […]

Webinar Recording – Responding to Student Abuse Concerns

Schools have rigorous student abuse prevention protocols, but sometimes concerns do come up. This recorded session addressed navigating tricky situations including: What are the standard steps to take? How have these standards changed over time? Do you really need to […]

Webinar Recording – Supporting Student Well-Being by Prioritizing Educators’ Social-Emotional Health

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Webinar Recording – Social/Emotional Milestones in the Digital Age

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New Teacher Resources – Link Collection

What Is Good Teaching? The Atlantic Remote Learning Resources SAIS 15 Mental Health Tips For Teachers TeachThought 5 Reasons to Let Students Keep Their Cameras Off During Zoom Classes The Conversation Creating an Inclusive Online Space Rosalind Wiseman Five Lessons From the Spring of 2020 Authentic […]