Join us for an evening of Discussion, Refreshments, and Global Education Resources!
In the 2014 New York Times Book Review Notable Book Building A+ Better Teacher: How Teaching Works (And How to Teach it to Everyone), journalist Elizabeth Green takes an eye-opening look at what exactly makes teachers great. At this event, she will share the findings from her investigation, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Teachers and other members of the education community will have an opportunity to:
- Hear from Elizabeth Green in an intimate setting*
- Engage with Green and New York City teachers profiled in her book:
- Andy Snyder, Social Studies, Harvest Collegiate High School
- Rousseau Mieze, History, Achievement First, Bushwick
- Purchase her book at a discounted price and get it signed by the author
- Access free classroom materials from the organizations of the Global Education Coalition – New York City (GEC-NYC)
- Network with GEC-NYC members and other educators.
About the author:
Elizabeth Green has written for the New York Times Magazine and many other publications. The cofounder of Chalkbeat and former Spencer Fellow at the Columbia School of Journalism, she lives in Brooklyn, New York.
*Seating is very limited, so register early. Please pass this invitation on to other interested parties, and direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
Global Education Coalition - NYC
Since 2011, the Global Education Coalition – New York City (GEC-NYC) has worked collaboratively to support local educators in their work to create globally competent youth. The GEC-NYC is an informal group of leading NYC education organizations, including: