Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

Please Note: MHTC will have limited hours this summer!

We have moved  from room B117/118 in Old Main, SUNY New Paltz,  to room 223 (former Elementary Ed. Office )

For information please call  Program Assistant , Dennis Johnson at 845 242-2583  or johnsond@newpaltz.edu for Information

For a Full Listing of the Mid Hudson Teacher Center Workshops please see  our e-mails to your participating MHTC Member Districts

Click here for MHTC Member Districts   and Affiliates


Marlboro Central School District invites you to join their September 1st Conference Day: Alan November


1.  Log into your MLP account
2.  On the left hand side of page click on the OUBOCES Catalog
3.  Scroll down to the Sept. 1st Alan November Talk and click on it.
4.  Fill out the form and submit it.

Robin Hecht
Director of Curriculum and Instruction

   AFT Site Coordinator
   Marlboro Central School District

NYSCATE Conference Spring 2017 in Wappingers Falls : RFP link for request Forms

MHTC Workshops


Cassie Horton: Students use MHTC 3D Printer at Brinckerhoff Elementary School

Cassie Horton, 4th, 5th and 6th grade reading teacher at Brinckerhoff Elementary School in Wappingers CSD made good use of the 3D printer on loan from the Mid- Hudson Teacher Center based at SUNY New Paltz. Her students learned how to create theories about characters by analyzing the depth of characters and identifying different layers of the character's personality. Students printed out Russian Nesting Dolls to help them visualize how each character has multiple layers of their personality and then wrote theory statements to support those layers.​


Current PD Mid Hudson Teacher Center Workshops

Workshop Flyers




Classroom Sets of Books for Loan to Elementary Teachers. More Available. (Please call for info)



Hudson Valley NYSCATE Conference 2016

SAVE THIS DATE: March 12, 2016
Hudson Valley NYSCATE Conference link:
For presenters:
RFP link:

Nook eReader Lending Program

NookNook e-readers are available for loan through the Mid-Hudson Teacher Center to educators in our member districts. These e-readers make it easy for students to highlight, take notes, and look up unfamiliar words. They can also be very helpful in addressing the skills of using text-based answers and writing from sources. Attached is a list of available books. More are being added. Any questions:  please call the office at 845.257.2885.


MHTC Library of Classroom Books for Loan to Teachers

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