LearnUFT courses in Staten Island

LearnUFT courses are now available at the UFT's Staten Island borough office! The fee to register is $30 per course for teachers and $15 per course for paraprofessionals. Participants will receive two CTLE hours. Courses are available for both teachers and paraprofessionals. In order to ensure that you are not signing up for a course you have already registered for or attended, please check to be sure you are registering for the correct session.

The UFT's Staten Island borough office is located at 4456 Amboy Road. See directions »

Upcoming sessions
  • Working Together: Integrated Partnerships in the ENL Clsasroom (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 3, 2018 - 10:00am - 12:00pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will understand the value of teacher partnerships when supporting English Language Learners in the integrated classroom, determine the components of effective co-teaching, and build a toolbox of techniques for the integrated ENL classroom. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

  • Setting the Stage for Reading Complex Text (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 3, 2018 - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will examine research-based practices to support students before reading complex text, experience pre-reading activities that encourage students to make connections that will foster deeper comprehension during reading, and apply strategies that motivate and engage students with task and text. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

  • Educating Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 7, 2018 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will develop an understanding of autism spectrum disorder and behaviors associated within the spectrum, employ instructional strategies to engage students and address educational needs and understand the role of the educator in supporting students with autism spectrum disorder. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

  • Setting the Stage for Reading Complex Text (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 15, 2018 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will examine research-based practices to support students before reading complex text, experience pre-reading activities that encourage students to make connections that will foster deeper comprehension during reading, and apply strategies that motivate and engage students with task and text. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

  • Getting to Know Our ELLs: Understanding The Language Proficiency Levels Of Our Students (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 17, 2018 - 10:00am - 12:00pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will describe the various student attributes for their designated Language Proficiency levels, use the New Language Progressions to design instruction for ELL Students and incorporate strategies to increase interaction and critical thinking for my ELL Students. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

  • Strategic Learning: The Five Guiding Principles of ELL Instruction (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 17, 2018 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will explore research-based core principles as a frame for ENL instruction, practice engaging instructional strategies to increase ELL students' access to content, reflect on how specific strategies promote integration of content and methodology and build a toolbox of techniques for integrated ENL classrooms. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

  • Roll the Dice Fostering Mathematical Fluency (LearnUFT Staten Island)
    November 17, 2018 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm

    In this LearnUFT workshop for Staten Island teachers and paraprofessionals, participants will be exposed to the research that suggests games are a way to build conceptual understanding and fluency, play games that are designed to develop place value and algebraic thinking and reasoning skills and plan adaptations that allow participation by diverse groups of learners. Participants will earn two CTLE hours.

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