Join NYSASCD in Making 2024 the Year of the Whole Child and Whole Educator.
Check out the resources from ASCD to support the Whole Child: Whole Child Resources
Celebrate your successes in educating the Whole Child by applying for a NYSASCD Whole Child Award.
More information coming soon.
Application deadline is Friday, February 16, 2024.
While social and emotional learning (SEL) is most familiar as compartmentalized programs separate from academics, the truth is, all learning is social and emotional. Over the last four years, a lot has been learned about what works. What teachers say, the values we express, the materials and activities we choose, and the skills we prioritize all influence how students think, see themselves, and interact with content and with others.
This 3-part series focuses on generative AI and Chatbots, laying a foundation for educators to understand and effectively use these new tools with a focus on instructional planning and productivity. Sessions 1 & 2 will occur in the Fall of 2023 with Session 3 occurring in March 2024 to help in planning for summer work and the 2024-25 school year. Each session is recorded and is available for 90 days.
Spring/Summer 2023 Impact Journal Is Here!
You will enjoy the Spring/Summer 2023 issue of the Impact Journal! With every page turned, you will take away a tip or idea that will help you as you make instructional plans for the year. From classroom-level to district-wide considerations, there’s something here for everyone.
Thank You to Our Members!
We want to thank NYSASCD's members for their ongoing support in making the latest editions of Impact Journal free to all educators in NYS. These are extraordinary times and we hope you read and share the information in these editions. If you are not a member currently, please consider joining us (see the "Member Benefits" box).
As a NYS-approved CTLE provider, NYSASCD is excited to bring you pertinent, up-to-date information and professional development, as well as engage in two-way communication with our membership.
Membership in NYSASCD gives you :
NYSASCD Welcomes its newest corporate sponsor
Lexia is the structured literacy expert. Through a singular focus on literacy and a full spectrum of solutions to support it, Lexia helps more learners read, write, and speak with confidence. From acceleration, to intervention, to English Language Development, to assessment and professional learning, Lexia solutions can be used together or individually to meet all structured literacy needs for any student. We also offer solutions that build teacher confidence in teaching literacy, giving them the background, depth of knowledge, and tools they need to effectively instruct a wide range of students. Learn more about Lexia’s work and their resources for New York State here.
Corporate SponsorshipNYSASCD invites your business to stand alongside us to improve education in New York State. We offer three levels of partnerships (Silver, Gold, and Platinum) and special sponsorship for publications that enable your corporation opportunities to advance your programs, products and services. Click here for more information.
NYSASCD is proud to partner with:
SAANYS--the School Administrators Association of New York State. SAANYS has a long history of supporting New York’s public school leaders and their communities. Their mission is to provide direction, service, and support to their membership in their efforts to improve the quality of education and leadership in New York State schools. Learn more about how SAANYS can help you and your school community here.
New York State Teacher Centers--From the Lighthouse in Montauk to the Adirondack Mountains to Niagara Falls, the NYSTC Network is a vibrant collaborative public organization that spans New York State. Their mission is to provide high-quality professional learning opportunities for educators to enrich their teaching practice and improve student learning and achievement. With 125 Teacher Centers and 7 regional networks, the NYSTC Network works towards meeting the current needs of our diverse student population living in an ever-changing global environment. More information can be found here.