Welcome!

MHTC Office hours are 9am to 3:30pm 

Joe Pesavento and JoAnn Murphy-Genter: Co-Directors
Paul Rubeo: Assistant Director
Kathryn Burns:  Administrative Aide

To contact us please email  mhtcnp@gmail.com  or call our office at 845-257-2885

For a full listing of the Mid-Hudson Teacher Center professional development opportunties please click Online Registration to the right, which links to MyLearningPlan.
 


Policy Board Meetings

September 24th from 4:30pm to 7pm, Highland NY

Nov 7th at Arlington CSD, 144 Todd Hill Rd, LaGrangeville NY 
4:30 pm Business Meeting - to join virtually, copy and paste this: https://zoom.us/j/178485246
5:00pm PD with STEM resources

January 8th from 4:30pm to 7pm, location TBD

March 11th from 4:30pm to 7pm, location TBD

April 28th from 4:30pm to 7pm, location TBD

May 13th from 4:30pm to 7pm, location TBD


 

SWIVL Training

Sponsored by the Lower Hudson Teacher Center Network
with funding provided by NYSUT

In this 2-hour training workshop, you will learn how to use this recording tool that swivels an iPad or smartphone camera to follow you throughout the classroom. We will be using special markers to hear students in discussion groups. At the end of the workshop, you will have an opportunity to evaluate your practice for self-reflection. Cost for each individual training is FREE. Pre-registration is required.

  • Nov 14th in Newburgh NY
  • Dec 10th in Nyack NY
  • Feb 12th in Bedford NY

See PDF below for more details and registration links.

Attachments: 

Multicultural Education Conference - Nov 8th

STORIES AND STRUGGLES: REALIZING THE POWER OF MOVEMENTS

This annual conference will bring together educators, parents, students, and community members to gather fresh insights and make connections with others who are working to create equitable schools that enable all young people to achieve.
Through telling and listening to the stories and struggles of all, the program this year draws on the power of people joining together and seeks to support our collective commitment to creating equity in our schools.
In addition, we will examine ways to overcome the debilitating effects of the current standardized, data-driven, and privatizing approaches to education. We are committed to reclaiming the potential and power of both multicultural and public education.

For details and registration form, see PDF below.

Bookshare

https://www.bookshare.org/cms/

BOOKSHARE:  An Accessible Online Libraryfor people with print disabilities

Bookshare is an online library that makes reading accessible for people who cannot read standard print.  With Bookshare books, members can listen to their book, follow along with highlighted text, read in braille, and customize their experience in ways that make reading easier.  They have over 580,000 titles and it is FREE for qualified students and schools.  Qualified students include blindness, low vision, physical disability, or a learning disability.  Easily installed on an iPad or PC.

 

Hudson Valley Writing Porject


HVWP LogoHUDSON VALLEY WRITING PROJECT 
Learn about our programs: www.newpaltz.edu
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Classroom Sets of Books for Loan to Elementary Teachers. More Available. (Please call for info)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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