Professional Development

Ebbets Field is committed to the notion that everyone is a teacher and everyone is a learner. To advance this philosophy our Instructional team, led by Charene Chapman-Santiago and Stacey Antoine, will work diligently to meet the needs of our professional community.  This year’s professional development opportunities will be posted here. More will be added and individualized–check back often and leave ideas for future sessions. Add Media

Charene Chapman, ELA Peer Collaborative Teacher

Gel nails first appeared in the U.S. in the early 1980s,
but were met with limited success. At the time, Nail gel polish
the manufacturers of gel lights and the gel itself had not joined forces, gel nail polish color set
not yet recognizing the need to precisely match the intensity of the light to the photoinitiators in the gel.Best gel nail polish
Nail techs and clients soon found out that ­using the wrong light or applying too much gel caused a burning sensation on the client’s nail gel
Additionally, education on gel application was limited, leaving nail techs in the dark about the product, and home-use ­systems were introduced around the same time, damaging the reputation of salon-use systems by ­association.Nail care
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Stacey Antoine, Mathematics Peer Collaborative Teacher:



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