San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please join New Schools for New Orleans and Relay Graduate School of Education for a presentation and a unique professional development opportunity for educators.
Relay GSE is a ground-breaking graduate school with an innovative Master's degree program designed specifically to respond to today's urgent demand for effective and successful teachers. Our breakthrough approach emphasizes the practical, not the theoretical, giving educators concrete techniques that they can immediately put into practice in their own K -12 classrooms.
Relay GSE’s stellar Assistant Professor of Practice, Kimberly Osagie, will guide a 90-minute workshop that will focus on field-tested, effective teaching methods that drive student achievement. The topic of the workshop will be "Engaging Everybody", focusing on concrete and effective strategies such as "Cold Calling", "Everybody Writes", "Gestures", and "Ask, Ask, Ask". These actionable strategies will ensure 100% of your students are 100% engaged.
3:00 -- 3:30 Presentation
3:30 -- 5:00 Workshop led by Kimberly Osagie
5:00 -- 7:00 A happy hour at Capedeville (520 Capdeville St) sponsored by us!
4.0 Schools Boardroom - 1st floor
There is metered street parking available around the 4.0 Schools building as well as across the street. There are a few additional parking lots about 3 blocks down on Magazine St heading away from downtown.
4.0 Schools is located at 643 Magazine, which is a one way street. If you continue down the street passing the 4.0 Schools building there will be parking lots on either side after you cross over Julia St.
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Relay Graduate School of Education
The Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) is a groundbreaking graduate school with an innovative Master’s degree program and Fellowship designed specifically to respond to today’s urgent demand for effective and successful educators. Relay is serving over 1,000 novice and early career teachers in New York, Newark, New Orleans, Chicago, Houston, Delaware, Memphis, Philadelphia and Camden. Relay also serves over 300 aspiring and current principals nationally.
Relay’s mission is to teach educators to develop in all students the academic skills and strength of character needed to succeed in college and life. Our academic programs — practically focused, reinforced by the proven practices of high-performing schools, and substantiated by research — were designed to enable our graduates to lead their predominantly urban students to demonstrable annual achievement gains. Relay is positioned to bring about transformational change in educator preparation, becoming the place where a new generation of continuously-improving, results-focused individuals can fulfill their destiny in the world’s greatest profession.