NYSED Teaching in Remote/Hybrid Learning Environments (TRLE) Professional Learning Opportunities and Call for Educator Input
NYSED announces Teaching in Remote/Hybrid Learning Environments (TRLE) Professional Learning Opportunities and Call for Educator Input
- This past July, the New York State Education Department (NYSED) was awarded funding through the United States Department of Education’s Rethink K-12 Education Models Grant to implement the Teaching in Remote/Hybrid Learning Environments (TRLE) Program.
- The goal of the program’s first phase is to rapidly infuse professional learning resources to the field through our partners in Level 1 Centers across the state (eTeachNY, Lower Hudson RIC, NYC DOE, Yonkers Public Schools, and Western NY RIC).
- To align these professional learning efforts with the needs of the field, we are launching a brief reflection/survey that seeks educators' input and expertise on how program activities can best support teaching students in remote and hybrid instructional settings. Please share this reflection/survey with educators in your schools.
- The TRLE reflection questions and professional learning opportunities will focus on six core competencies for teaching in remote or hybrid learning environments:
- Shifting to Teaching Online
- Engaging Families as Partners in Remote/Hybrid Learning
- Meeting the needs of SWDs through Remote/Hybrid Learning
- Meeting the needs of ELLs/MLLs through Remote-Hybrid Learning
- Integrating Culturally-Responsive Sustaining Education (CRSE) in Remote Learning Environments
- Integrating Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in Remote Learning Environments.
- The link for educators to share their reflections will be open until February 15, 2021.