BioInteractive Ecology PD Registration for NYC Educators
Due to an enthusiastic response from NYC educators, we are currently enrolling for the waitlist for this workshop. We will let you know ASAP when spots become available. Please fill out the registration information below to be added to the waitlist.

New York City DOE, the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Biology Teacher Association, and HHMI BioInteractive are excited to present:

Populations, Communities, Ecosystems and Humans: Relationships that Matter
A series of FREE workshops for New York City Area Teachers

The workshop will be held:
Saturday, February 2, 2019
American Museum of Natural History
Davis Classroom West
Central Park West & 79th St
New York, NY 10024

This workshop series will explore ecology including communities (February 2) and ecosystems (May 18), with a focus on human impacts, including climate change. Major emphases will be on the crosscutting concepts of systems and scale, particularly interconnections among systems, since understanding ecosystems at one scale such as populations is necessary for understanding ecosystems at another, such as communities. Living Environment, AP Biology and Environmental Science, and IB Biology and Environmental Systems teachers are encouraged to attend.

• Receive free classroom-ready materials for the teaching of ecology.
• Breakfast and lunch, and professional development certificates will be provided.
• Staff development rate available for NYCDOE employees; CTLE credit available for NY employees.

Staff Development Rate: If you wish to receive NYCDOE Staff Development rate in addition to CTLE credit, please email your resume and completed OP-175s ( to Ingrid Buntschuh at after you complete your registration if you have not already done so for school year 2018-9.

If you wish to obtain CTLE Credit: The New York City Department of Education is an approved sponsor of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE). All NYCDOE participants must register for any CTLE-approved event using their official DOE email address. When registering, participants must enter their name as it appears on their NYSED certification documents. If you are a non-NYCDOE teacher and wish to obtain CTLE credit, please make sure you enter your name as it appears on your NYSED certification.

Questions? Contact Ingrid Buntschuh at

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