Western New York Teacher Center

Welcome

  • The Western New York Teacher Center is a collaborative of educators from Erie 1 BOCES, Clarence, Lancaster and Depew schools, higher education institutions and local businesses. Our center provides professional development courses and resources to advance innovative, high quality instruction, as well as to support districts' visions and respond to the needs of teachers and the educational community.

Announcements

  • The Teacher Center Wants Your Input

    On behalf of the Western NY Teacher Center, I'd like to ask you to take a few moments and provide us with imput on the kind of Professional Development courses you would find most useful to you in your work setting.  We will do our best to meet your needs.  Thanks in advance.   

    CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY

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  • Important Change in Course Payments

    The Teacher Center Policy Board passed a motion making payment required before course registrants will be able to attend WNY Teacher Center courses, face-to-face or online.  This policy does not include any courses taken prior to 01/01/2019.  If courses are cancelled, registrants have the option to be given a refund or to use their previous payment as a credit toward another course.  People may choose to decide the number  Teacher Center CTLE hours they want to take throughout the year (or semester) and make one payment for the total at $7/CTLE hour, with a maximum of $105 for 15 hours or more.  As before, we will accept cash, checks, or money orders made out to Erie 1 BOCES and sent to Jon Erwin, WNY Teacher Center, E1B Education Campus, 355 Harlem Rd., Buffalo, NY 14224.

    By next year, at the latest, we will be able to accept credit/debit card payments, and join the rest of the world.  Thanks for your continued support of the Teacher Center, where teachers learn from other teachers.

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