If you represent a school district, building, or are an educator yourself and you’re looking for support during this time, the Center for Teaching and Learning in Community is here to help. We can provide you with resources, training, and support during the COVID-19 crisis to help transition traditional learning to dynamic and engaging online experiences.
About the Center for Teaching and Learning in Community
The Center for Teaching and Learning in Community provides opportunities for Stony Brook University to engage with the school districts in our Long Island communities to create, innovate, and engage with each other around the high quality of educational programming that Stony Brook is already known for.
The CTLC is organized according to four focus areas: Research & Scholarship, Professional Development, Educational Technology Research and Development, and Outreach & Strategic Partnerships.
From within these areas, Center works with K-12 district and building administration, teacher centers, other universities, teacher training organizations, and individual teachers to provide research-based resources, support and training.
For more information on the Center, email Nicole Galante, Director of Educational Partnerships and Innovation.