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ECHO™ for Education

Supporting and Inspiring Teachers

Child care

Effective, ready to use, and versatile tools and strategies for K-12 teachers in today’s virtual and hybrid classrooms for student engagement.

Free Online Workshops for Teachers

Teachers – free professional development is now available through Project ECHO at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, ECHO for Education, a virtual learning community helping K through 12 teachers identify effective, ready to use tools and strategies for online and hybrid classrooms.
The content is focused on strategies to support student and family engagement and social emotional learning. A digital resource library with access to NMPBS Learning Media will also be featured.

ECHO for Education: Supporting and Inspiring Teachers

Effective, ready to use, and versatile tools and strategies for K-12 teachers and professional support staff in today’s virtual and hybrid classrooms for student engagement.


Meeting via Zoom Wednesdays beginning September 2 at 3:30 p.m.

ECHO for Social Emotional Learning

Current practices and resources for professional development in a virtual community of practice that will illuminate a way forward for K-12 teachers in virtual and hybrid classrooms centered on relationships and built on the existing strengths of a school community.

Meeting Tuesdays beginning September 1st at 3:30 p.m.

What does ECHO for Education include?

·      Timely and relevant topics - Fifteen minute presentations with links to hundreds of recordings, presentations, and tools in a digital Resource Library from experts and leading practitioners from New Mexico

·       Concrete strategies and practices ready for immediate use by teachers for student engagement and success in every aspect of today’s disrupted learning environments.

·       A community of practice that supports teachers with their problems of practice while increasing their expertise and success through ECHO for Education collaborative problem solving and mentoring.

What will teachers and staff have to gain?

·       Add resources to their toolkit and validate current best practices

·       Higher student engagement through SEL and effective distance learning activities

·       Strengthening the school community for teachers, students and families

·       Energized staff and joy of work through developing strategies for teacher self-care.

How can I get involved in ECHO?

Email educationecho@salud.unm.edu asking for more details or tell us you want to be registered.

Echo for Education