Student Teaching and Internship Opportunities
CREC recognizes teachers, school social workers, school psychologists and other human service professionals in training need rich educational experiences to fully develop their skills.
DART's Digital Learning Camps follow the unconference model made popular by EdCamp. An unconference is driven by audience participation. Attendees are asked to come ready to share ideas, skills, and questions.
Montessori Training Center Northeast
Using Dr. Maria Montessori's theories of teaching and education, students are awarded internationally recognized AMI diplomas upon completion.
Online and Blended Course Design for Flipping the Classroom
Offer anytime, anywhere access to learners online, and receive support for face-to-face learning with rich digital resources.
Speech and Language Services
Seven-course, online program of study for aspiring and/or practicing speech and language pathology assistants presented by CREC and Charter Oak State College.
Schoology to Support Digital Learning
Support and train your teachers to use Schoology and other digital tools to transform the learning environment.
Helping new and experienced teachers gain a greater understanding of specific practices, and providing useful options for educators in need of skill development for professional improvement plans.
CREC provides districts with a series of webinars and the opportunity to collaborate on important issues related to identification and instruction of students with Dyslexia.
CREC Family Resource Center
A one-stop service center for families and students who attend CREC Magnet Schools or suburban schools through Hartford Region Open Choice. A meeting space for parents and educators and information sessions and forums on a range of school and child development issues.
A variety of online learning programs that expand learning opportunities.
Targeted Teacher Development Academy
Master educators and administrators provide a variety of professional learning opportunities including: small or large group training, professional teaching communities, book studies, job-embedded technical assistance, coaching/modeling, and self-paced study.
Strategic Instruction Model (SIM): Learning Strategies
Research-based, student-focused interventions that facilitate independent management of complex content of the Common Core through learning skills. Certified SIM professional developers will customize a program for the intervention team.
Workshops, webinars, technical assistance, and coaching services are available to develop and advance co-teaching practices.
Practice Case Studies for the Connecticut Administrator Test
A critical resource for candidates studying school leadership who want to obtain their CT 092 intermediate certification and need to pass the Connecticut Administrator Test
These professional development opportunities align with the CT School Leader Standards and focus on how leaders use critical reflection and analysis to create learning communities that embrace equitable opportunities and successful outcomes for all students.