Are you a first- or second-year teacher? 

                                                                           Interested in building community with other new teachers? 

                                                                                        Looking to add strategies to your teacher toolkit? 


The (TEA) New Teacher Program is a series of 10 workshops offered at NO COST to early career educators in the Greater Philadelphia region. You are welcome to join one or all sessions.  Your choice! Click here for program details:  TEA New Teacher Program 


Program Overview


Workshops #4-10 offered as monthly TEA Evening Workshops 

All sessions will be offered via Zoom from 7:00-8:00 PM.

  1. Thursday, November 11, 2021 – Peer support: How to connect to teachers outside of your school (led by Swarthmore College)
  2. Thursday, December 9, 2021- Differentiation for All (led by Temple University and Neumann University)
  3. Thursday, January 13, 2022 – Building a Culture of inquiry (led by Eastern University)
  4. Thursday, February 10, 2022 – Effective Questioning & Linking Questioning to Assessment (Led by La Salle University)
  5. Thursday, March 10, 2022 – Building Relationships with Families (led by City’s Office of Children & Families)
  6. Thursday, April 14, 2022 – Self-care, managing expectations, and connecting/working with others (Led by Science Leadership Academy M.S.)
  7. Thursday, May 12, 2022 – Building Relationships with Community (led by PHENND)

Registration Information: 

To attend any of the workshops (#1-10), please register here:  EDU1009 – Teacher Education Alliance (TEA) – New Teacher Program  Once registered, you are welcome to join all or select sessions (#4-10), based on your interests and goals.  Act 48 credits are pending for these workshops.

To attend workshops #1-3, you must ALSO register for the conference on Eventbrite.  Make sure to indicate you are part of TEA on the Eventbrite link (click “TEA Grad” to receive free admission to the conference.  Once you are registered for the conference; you are welcome to attend the TEA sessions and all other sessions offered at the conference.  Act 48 credits will be available through the conference.

About TEA

The Teacher Education Alliance (TEA) is a Greater Philadelphia Regional consortium that works collaboratively to improve teacher education and teacher efficacy through enhanced communication and cooperation among local schools, districts, universities, and community organizations regarding the design of and access to meaningful professional preparations for current and future educators.

Arcadia University PHENND
Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges Philadelphia Education Fund
Cabrini University Philadelphia School Partnership
Cairn University PRNP / Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
Chestnut Hill College Rowan University
Community College of Philadelphia School District of Philadelphia
Drexel University St. Joseph’s University
Eastern University Swarthmore College
Gwynedd Mercy University Teach PHL
Holy Family University Temple University
Immaculata University The Philadelphia Learning Collaborative
La Salle University University of Pennsylvania
Manor College Villanova University
Neumann University West Chester University
Penn GSE Widener University
William Penn Foundation


10/16/2021 - 12/09/2021


9:00 am - 2:00 pm