William Floyd Teacher Center
"Whoever ceases to be a student has never been a student." ~George Isles
The William Floyd Teacher Center is a NYSED approved sponsor of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education. Click here to view the list of approved NYSED Continuing Teacher and Leadership Education (CTLE) Sponsors. Organizations listed on the site are the only centers approved by NYSED to provide learning that will accrue CTLE hours.
William Floyd Teacher Center Educational Resources
Additional Teacher Center Videos
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PD Library Books!
Teach for the William Floyd Teacher Center:
Classes for In-service Credit
Professional Learning Circles
Are you interested in teaching a professional development course for the William Floyd Teacher Center?
Complete the Course Proposal:
1. Login to your WFSD Google Drive account.
2. Click on this link, then click FILE and MAKE A COPY. (Or download and complete the course proposal as a .docx file or a .pdf file.).
3. Complete the application and submit it to Mary Siano.
The Professional Learning Circles program provides teachers with structured time for sharing ideas, strategies and techniques with colleagues. Click here for the Professional Learning Circle application (you must be logged into your WFSD Google Drive account to view the application).
Important Links & Information:
Are you looking for an affordable way to earn in-service credits and CTLE hours? Targeted Action Research Projects are FREE independent professional learning experiences, where you earn CTLE and in-service credits while exploring current issues impacting educational practice.
Project choices include:
Available to TAs and Teachers:
See a Teacher Center representative or contact Mary Siano for additional information.
High School: Kate Devenney & Viveca Nargi
Hobart: Shari Costello
Moriches: Thomas Short
Paca: Melissa DiDonato
Tangier Smith: Darlene Savage
WFMS: Maria Gervasio
Woodhull: Eileen Randazzo
Wm. Floyd El & Wm. Floyd Learning Center: Kimberly Walsh