Professional Development Resources and Articles for Educators


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NEA’s Early Career Educators Learning Labs and Leadership Institute programs support teachers in both their classroom practice and in understanding their leadership journey as a professional.

Carnegie Hall’s Summer Music Educators Workshop – Want to integrate music from multiple cultures into your music classroom and curriculum? Join an expert faculty in this virtual workshop for K–12 educators. Inspired by Carnegie Hall’s Musical Explorers—a robust, fully digital curriculum offered at no cost to teachers across the country. Explore music and cultures from around the world; build capacity in teaching music from outside of Western classical tradition; Experience music making with faculty artists in multiple genres.

The University of California, Santa Cruz New Teacher Center — This national resource center offers intensive support to districts across the country that are committed to building a high quality model of support and assessment for beginning teachers. For more information, go to

Professional Development Resources Online

Follow any of the links below for additional Professional Development tips and ideas.

The Teaching Channel: Videos that Inspire Teaching
NEA Professional Learning
Educators Rising
Education World

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
National Foundation for the Improvement of Education
Phi Delta Kappa
Education Week
The Concord Consortium
PBS Learning Media

U.S. Department of Education
National Middle School Association
Performance Assessment Links in Science
Technology Teaching Resources

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