Teacher Professional Education
Relay Teacher Professional Education provides a space for all teachers to grow. From novices to veterans, every teacher faces new challenges every year, whether it’s accelerating learning, creating inclusive classrooms, navigating online learning or using data to inform instruction.
Our approach ensures teachers leave their workshop or fellowship experience with the tools they need to make a difference for all students, tomorrow.
We offer virtual and in-person workshops that help teachers create engaging, inclusive, and academically rigorous classrooms. We partner with school, system, and district level leaders to identify their instructional priorities and select the right professional learning experiences to support their teachers.
Hollyhock Humanities Fellowship
The Hollyhock Humanities Fellowship is a paid, year-long experience for New York City-based humanities teachers to develop their content knowledge, hone their skills and learn new equity-centered approaches to their subject.
The Enhanced Problem-Solving with Computational Thinking course is a 12-hour professional development opportunity for K-6 educators seeking to support students with leveraging the power of computing to solve complex and meaningful problems.
Learn With Us
Learn instructional tips and strategies from our faculty, drawn from the material we cover in our workshops.
Or, explore the best practices we use to facilitate engaging professional learning.
How to Build Community and Collaboration into Online PD
Online teacher professional development (PD) doesn't have to be a lecture. 4 tips to create an effective learning community
The Amazing Power of Juxtaposition in the Classroom
How do you get students excited about learning new material? Put them on a treasure hunt for the answers.