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.
Relay offers a catalog of highly-interactive virtual workshops which can be taken as part of a curated series or selected individually. Workshops are appropriate for all grade levels and capped at 50 participants. Our team works closely with our partners to identify the right experiences to meet their staff’s needs, delivered flexibly to fit their unique schedule.
Alternatively or in addition, partners may select individual workshops from the catalog. Most workshops can also be found in a series.
Teaching Students with Disabilities in General Education
Building Affirming Partnerships with Students
Teaching Multilingual Students in General Education
Fostering a Trauma-Informed Classroom
Using UDL to Differentiate for Learner Variability
Facilitating Meaningful Class Discussions
Backward Planning from Standard-Aligned Objectives
Effectively Checking for Understanding
Backward Planning from Standards
Establishing Classroom Routines
Understanding and Responding to Student Behavior
Analyzing the Complexity and Cultural Relevance of a Text
Setting and Maintaining Expectations
Using Student Work as an Instructional Tool
Leveraging Mini-Lessons to Adjust Instruction
Sparking Engagement in the Synchronous Classroom
Monitoring Student Work to Improve Outcomes
Introduction to Best Practices for the Synchronous Classroom
An experienced facilitator: All are highly-effective current or former PreK-12 classroom teachers or leaders
A practice-based approach: We provide ample time for small group discussion, practice, and synthesis
A culturally responsive and equity-centered lens: We treat equity not as a separate unit, but as a fundamental component of all teaching practice
A diverse and supportive community: Facilitators create a warm and productive adult learning environment for teachers participating with their teams or across grade, content, or experience levels
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