Community Events

Professional Events for Educator

The UIW Teacher Network prides ourselves on providing and locating high quality, cost-effective professional development opportunities in and around the San Antonio area. 

One-Time Events

  • Apr 17, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
    ONLINE Webinar 24/7
    Title: Teacher Tech Summit Summary Presented by: T4 Education
  • Apr 17, 7:00 PM – 9:40 PM
    Online Event
    Title: Virtual Educator Workshop: Diversity in American Art Presented by: A Host of Museum Educators
  • Feb 23, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
    Online Event
    Title: Book Launch & Talk: ''COVID-19 and the Future of Schooling' Presented by: Tony Breslin
  • Feb 18, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
    Online Event
    Title: Culturally Responsive Teaching and Pedagogy Presented by: Dr. Eva Allen

All Access 24/7 Events

  • FREE ONLINE 24/7
    Online Course
    Title: Teaching Through The Coronavirus Pandemic Self-paced Modules
  • FREE Online 24/7
    FREE Online Webinar
    Title: Supporting Boys of Color from an Equity Perspective Presented By: Tyrone C. Howard and Jaleel R. Howard
  • FREE Online 24/7
    Online Webinar
    Title: How to Integrate SEL into Learning—Distance or Otherwise Presented by: Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey 
  • FREE Online 24/7
    Online Webinar
    Title: From Passenger to Copilot: Practical Ways to Assess with Our Students Presented by: Myron Dueck 
  • FREE ONLINE 24/7
    Online Course
    Unbroken Webinar: A Victory for Hope Presented by: Heather Fuller and Luke Zamperini
  • FREE ONLINE 24/7
    Online Course
    Unbroken Curriculum: Purposeful Conversation Presented by: Heather Fuller and Luke Zamperini

Virtual Workshops, Webinars and Courses

Previous Events

Teaching Tolerance: Social Justice Teaching 101 - June 11, 2019

Participant Reviews

"The workshop was interesting, meaningful, and relevant to a diverse audience. The discussions at the tables provided an opportunity to see the connections that others were making."

"I was greatly impressed with the organization and attention to details prior to the workshop, and of course the facilities at UIW during the workshop itself. I will recommend to any of my fellow colleagues how worthwhile attending a presentation at UIW is. Thank you for all your hard work!"


"I am not a classroom teacher, but I found SO much of the material applicable to my work as a museum educator. I've used mirrors, windows, and sliding glass doors countless times since our training."


"Thanks so much. I have already been sharing about the workshop in a teachers' meeting."

Submit an Event

If you know of an upcoming professional development event, or your campus has an event that they would like to share, please feel free to contact us. 

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UIW Teacher Network

The UIW Teacher Induction Program was created in 2012 to provide graduates with high-quality support as they transition into the teaching profession. The UIW Teacher Network was designed with three main facets: induction support, professional development, and professional networking.

2015 TEA Commendation

The University of the Incarnate Word received a commendation from the Texas Education Agency for its innovative teacher induction program, the UIW Teacher Network, which supports candidates after initial certification, during their first three years of teaching, to improve teacher retention in the profession.​


Brandi Coleman
Induction Coordinator


Phone: 210-829-2763


Teacher Education Department

Dreeben School of Education

University of the Incarnate Word

4301 Broadway, CPO #293
San Antonio, TX 78209



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