Alumni and Development

Temple Teacher Network


The Temple Teacher Network is an organization dedicated to promoting teachers' engagement in their practice and in the profession.

Members of the Temple Teacher Network can:

  • Connect with colleagues
  • Share best practices
  • Mentor Temple's teacher education students

In order to receive email communications about Temple Teacher Network events, please complete the online registration form.

For more information about the Temple Teacher Network please contact Dr. Juliet Curci, Senior Director of School and Community Partnerships;; 215-204-2475

Upcoming Events

Young Alumni Happy Hour

Thursday, January 11, 2018; 5:00-7:00pm

The Draught Horse

RSVP here by Friday, January 5th.


Past Events


Temple University's Education, Health, and Human Services Career Fair

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

4:00-6:00pm, The Pavilion (on 15th Street, between Berks & Norris)

Parent Engagement Plan (PEP) Workshops

Free series for future and current PreK-12 educators

See this flyer for more information.

Register via this link.

Convening on High Stakes Testing: Envisioning Alternatives and Planning Next Steps

Temple University, Main Campus, Ritter Annex - 1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue (Kiva Auditorium)


The convening is designed to create partnerships in support of replacing high stakes testing with more meaningful forms of assessment and accountability. Educators, parents, students, researchers, and other key stakeholders will work to develop action plans in the following four areas:

·       Organizing/mobilizing against high stakes testing

·       Developing authentic and alternative assessments for students

·       Developing genuine accountability for teachers and schools that do not rely on test scores, and, developing accountability for the SRC

·       Advocating for legislation that promotes quality education for all students.

The event is being co-sponsored by: URBAN Philly; Alliance for Philadelphia Public Schools (APPS); Caucus of Working Educators (WE); Opt Out Philly; Teacher Action Group (TAG); Temple Teacher Network; United Opt Out; and University Community Collaborative


Temple Contemporary: Featuring Helen Gym

Temple University, Main Campus, Temple Contemporary - 2001 North 13th Street


As part of the Visualizing Urgency class with the Tyler School of Art, Helen Gym has been invited to come and speak about community engagement and the ways this has transformed the narrative around school closures.  In addition Ms. Gym’s talk, the event will serve as a place to discuss the current state of urban education, education policy, families, and school.    


Crisis Prevention, Preparation, and Response: Role and Functions of Classroom Teachers (Workshop)

Temple University, Main Campus, Ritter Annex - 1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue (Kiva Auditorium)

9:00AM-12:00PM (registration opens at 8:30AM)

ACT 48 credits available!

The College of Education at Temple University and the Temple Teacher Network is sponsoring a free three-part workshop series focusing on how teachers can respond to and support students' mental health.  The first workshop in the series is Crisis Prevention, Preparation, and Response. All future and current PreK-12th grade educators are welcome to attend.


Classroom Management Workshop

sponsored by the Young Alumni Advisory Council

Opting-Out: A panel discussion about the emerging movement against standardized testing

College of Education English Education Colloquium


College of Education Educators' Career Fair

College of Education Commencement Ceremony

Commencement Speaker: Dr. Nancy Carlsson-Page


American Promise Action Tour Educator Workshop


Temple Teacher Network Kick-off Event

co-sponsored by the TU Alumni Association


Homecoming Tailgate for Temple vs. Tulsa

sponsored by the College of Education Alumni Association


'Hands-on with LinkedIn'  Workshop for Educators

co-sponsored by the Young Alumni Advisory Council


College of Education English Education Colloquium: Teaching English/Language Arts in the Middle School


'Opinion and Editorial Writing as Teacher Leadership' Workshop

co-sponsored by Teachers Lead Philly