Brooklyn Public Library offers educators a wide array of resources and services, both in our libraries and on the web. We encourage you to make BPL a partner in your student's education. On our website, you can:
- Arrange a class visit for your students.
- Get library cards for your students.
- Access our rich print and digital collections.
- Explore our special events and services.
- Browse our Digital Teacher Packet.
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Common Core Standards
Find tips and resources to share with parents to help them understand the Common Core Standards and how to support their child's learning.
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For participating teachers and school librarians: download guides and resources, find booklists, and request support. Let us help you make MyLibraryNYC a success at your school.
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A Moving Child is a Learning Child: Librarian and Educator Workshop
Tuesday, March 11, 2014, 10:30-Noon
Brooklyn Heights Library, Auditorium
Join us for a participatory workshop with play, movement, and child development experts Gill Connell and Cheryl McCarthy, authors of A Moving Child is a Learning Child: How the Body Teaches the Brain to Think (Free Spirit Publishing, 2014). Learn how to help children (babies to primary graders or “snugglers” to “skedaddlers”) develop their full potential through a balanced diet of physical activity.
Online registration required and space is limited. For more information, call 718-230-2233. Flyer. To register, go to
Spring Teacher Professional Developments from the Brooklyn Collection
The Brooklyn Collection is pleased to announce two FREE professional development opportunities for teachers in spring 2014. The professional developments are open to all English Language Arts and Social Studies teachers who teach grades 4 - 12. See the Brooklynology blog post here for complete information.
Check back for special events for educators regularly or join our teacher email list by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.