TATIP Trainee Cheree Alexander reflects on her experience in TATIP seminars and discusses how they have prepared her to teach 4th grade
TATIP trainee Kate Hess discusses social justice education and the importance of developing lesson plans that suit the needs of a variety of learning styles
TATIP trainee Martha OC discusses her use of graffiti walls as a warm-up activity in the classroom
TATIP Trainee Tanya Gupta talks about her first time teaching the 3rd Grade Poetry and Visual Arts class at PS 84 in Williamsburg
Our NYPL Superheroes make puppets!
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