Teachers have a unique perspective about what they need to improve their practice. The EduDesign Fellowship centers the knowledge, expertise, and curiosity of teachers across districts to design a year-round set of learning experiences with and for one another. Fellows are supported to address self-identified problems of practice and challenge one another as educators, learners, and agents of social justice.

August 11 to May 1
Online

COMING SOON in August: A community conversation series hosted by Unite:Ed and community partners. This series will focus on relationships, joint learning, and community-defined priorities to transform inequitable systems. Tentative conversation topics include: prioritizing community voices in a time of re-envisioning schools, responding to calls for schools to break ties with police, access to child care and early learning as an ongoing equity issue & more...

August 1 to August 31
Online
Storytelling has occurred for tens of thousands of years and is one of the oldest forms of teaching as families, communities, tribes, and nations have looked to transmit cultural content and knowledge from generation to generation. This course features a dual lens of scientific storytelling as well as STEM focused interactive read aloud learning opportunities.
August 10, August 14
Online
Learning about our students’ mathematical thinking at the beginning of the school year will be more important this year than ever. What do students already know? What are good next steps for their learning? In this course, educators will investigate how children develop important mathematical ideas across grade levels and consider how to use interviews and observations to pay careful attention to the details of their mathematical thinking.
July 7, July 14, July 21
Online
A project-based course where educators will deepen understanding of their role within discussions as a form of knowledge construction, participants will plan and lead multiple forms of text-based discussions relevant to their content area, age group, and student demographics.
July 22, July 29, August 5
Online
Teachers will be introduced to project-based learning for young children and specific strategies to facilitate differentiation in their classrooms.
July 14 to July 15
Online

Learn to use leadership knowledge and skills to support preK-12 teachers in meeting math learning needs of students typically underserved by schools.

Online