Afterschool is Essential
ExpandED Schools supports the more than 900 afterschool programs throughout New York City offering enriching learning opportunities in partnership with public schools. ExpandED’s staff and partners work every day to ensure the system of school-community partnership is vibrant and supported so that all New York City children thrive. Please use the menu bar or the quick links above to find out more information about our professional development and capacity-building, learning and enrichment programs, research and advocacy.
Upcoming Professional Development Events
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Week of Events
Webinar: Infusing Literacy into Clubs
Did you know that any afterschool club can also feature powerful literacy learning? If you didn’t, now you do! Attend this workshop to learn how to infuse literacy (reading, writing, […]
Introduction to Afterschool STEM
Postponed Preparing for the Demo Lesson & Incorporating Feedback
Acing a demo lesson is key to acquiring a teaching position. Explore Schools' Managing Director of Talent, Rachel Modica-Russell, will discuss the hiring process and what she looks for in […]
Purpose, Not Power: Culturally-Relevant Behavior Management
Learn how to proactively set students up for success, defuse potentially disruptive situations, and use collaborative and inclusive techniques to promote joyful engagement. The session uses a lens of social […]
Webinar: Building Literacy in STEM Activities
Is there room for literacy in STEM activities? The answer is yes! In this workshop, you will learn how to include literacy strategies in STEM lessons. Participants will leave with […]
CORE PD Conflict Resolution and De-Escalation
Educator Series – Session 2: Teaching with Padlet (Webinar)
What does brainstorming and collaboration look like in your class? This workshop will teach you how to use e-tools for student collaboration. Participants will learn how to create and add […]
Dept. of Youth & Comm. Dev.
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