We hold symposia on college readiness, conferences on politics in the classroom, courses on Student-Centered Coaching, equity-focused math and science conferences and summer writing institutes. Our programs serve teachers, the community in Wisconsin, and the world.
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The Advanced Placement (AP) Summer Institute offers a unique learning experience for teachers interested in expanding their knowledge of AP course content, structure, and methodology. Learn from experienced AP consultants and UW-Madison faculty members.
Participants learn proven, hands-on techniques to develop lesson plans and strengthen their course study, as well as create a platform from which they will understand the scope of hip hop history, culture and politics.
Explore a variety of programs focused on supporting the teaching and learning of mathematics in the classroom.
The Wisconsin Arts Integration Symposium is designed for teachers, teaching artists, and community educators.
Our college readiness symposia series offers an inspiring day long workshop where you will leave with tangible ways to get your students ready for college and life.
The goal of school-based instructional coaching is to increase student learning by providing continuous, relevant and job-embedded support to teachers.
Our goal is to build a network of educators and researchers in order to form an interdisciplinary agenda for changing how issues of Planetary Health are taught in schools.
Our Vision is to lead an education revolution through writing where teachers are at the center and students are at the heart of every classroom, school and district in our nation.
Literacy by the Lakes is an initiative from the faculty in Literacy Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Attendees will come as teams and engage in learning valuable strategies to advance all types of literacy in their classrooms.
This two-day training forum brings coaches, athletic directors, and athletes together to share best practices in specific sports-based areas and training. You’ll learn from high level teacher-coaches who embrace coaching as an extension of the classroom.
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Instructional Coaching in the Content Areas, will spur participants to zoom in on particular content areas for deeper exploration around standards and learning progressions, the alignment and design of formative assessments, and the analysis of student evidence in order to make instructional decisions. This course will meet over the course of four weeks from April 5th to May 2nd.Find out more »
Connect with educators across the state sharing their classroom-based research. The event is free and open to everyone.Find out more »
The AP Summer Institute offers a unique learning experience for teachers interested in expanding their knowledge of AP course content, structure, and methodology.Find out more »
The Play Make Learn Conference promotes high-quality learning opportunities for educators, researchers, developers, designers, foundation leaders, policy makers, museum and library professionals, and school leaders who are dedicated to the promotion of making, gaming, and…Find out more »