All courses below are approved by the New York City Department of Education for P-Credits.
Take one of our graduate-level professional development courses for NYC teachers to earn DOE approved P-Credits that count towards the next salary differential.
Summer semester registration must be completed with both ASPDP and the education partner (QuikiTech) on or before August 8, 2016 for P credit. (https://pci.nycenet.edu/offices/DHR/ASPDP/PublicPages/CourseCatalog.aspx)
Learn foundational principles related to the brain’s structure, functioning, and development, especially related to relationships and stress, in order to better create, through definite actions, a conducive learning environment.
Provides in-depth exploration of universal factors of success: character traits and ways of thinking that can be fostered and developed through guidance and practice that enable people to triumph over adversity and behave with integrity when faced with problems.
This course explores and informs upon the impermissible gaps our students face based on linguistic backgrounds, socio-economic levels, gender, race, and other factors. Gain a renewed conviction as well as an enriched repertoire of strategies that will increase equity in and through education.
Enhance your instructional ability and start to master teaching mathematics by listening to your students, understanding their thinking, providing support for their learning, and planning for engaging mathematical activities in your classroom. This course is aligned with Common Core State Standards.
Trauma can greatly affect students' ability to learn. But through trauma-informed instruction, teachers and other education professionals can be factors of healing toward success, despite these odds. This course guides educators through a paradigm shift, toward deeper understanding, heightened sensitivity, and increased efficacy in teaching students affected by trauma.
Through this course, participants gain and sharpen skills and tools to develop practical classroom management strategies that are both imbued with the principles of Restorative Justice and contextualized to their classrooms.
Learn to develop students’ capacity to effectively express themselves, in academic discourse, public speaking, and much more. You will gain a strong conviction of the power and importance of each human voice, including your own and that of each of your students, and be equipped with ways to lift those voices.