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- Behavior Solutions
Thursday, March 3, at 3:00 p.m. EST
If we have learned anything through teaching during this pandemic, it is that the term “behavior” doesn’t simply refer to a disruptive student. The term behavior refers to academic behaviors (skill-based) AND social behaviors (will-based) and both need to be taught and reinforced in every tier of systematic SEL supports at your school. Fostering positive behavior and SEL by utilizing the PLC at Work® and RTI at Work™ processes will boost your school’s positive school culture, increase attendance, improve behavior, prepare students for life, and address inequities in school discipline.Free webinarSpace available
- Leading and Learning in a Trauma-Sensitive Environment
Thursday, February 24, at 1:00 p.m. EST
Join in-demand experts John F. Eller and Tom Hierck for a truly inspirational and informative learning session. John and Tom draw from their personal and professional experiences with trauma to provide insight on how it can impact the lives of students and teachers alike.Free webinarSpace available
- Systemic Equity
Wednesday, February 9, at 3:00 p.m. EST
Understand and utilize a framework for systemic equity. Author Lauryn Mascareñaz shares how to move equity work out of the “team” setting–where only a few members hold the work–and into multiple spaces and systems.Free webinarSpace available
- Equity is the Heart of RTI
Wednesday, February 2, at 1:00 p.m. EST
Can educators be responsive to the specific needs of students without an equity lens? Absolutely not. Equity commands that we provide every student with what they need to be successful and RTI supports educators in understanding student learning and designing services and supports that address specific needs. Response to Intervention is a practice that will effectively promote equity in education for all students in a well implemented professional learning community framework. Equity is the heart of our response to intervention work in education.Free webinarSpace available
- From Burnt Out to Fired Up
January 25, 2022
You can be an amazing teacher without burning out. Drawing from the latest research and her own teaching experiences, Morgane Michael identifies five easy approaches to reignite your passion and replenish your well-being—reflect, reframe, refocus, reconnect, and reveal.
- Healthy Teachers, Happy Classrooms
January 19, 2022
Many teachers are simply and understandably burning out! The fire and passion that once sparked for teaching are simply becoming extinguished. In this highly-engaging webinar, based on the book by the same title, educators will not only learn how to restore their passion for teaching, they will also explore 12 specific ways to look five to ten years younger, become and remain healthier, and live a longer life! This webinar has been called both personally and professionally life-changing and so much fun!
- Acceleration: The Path to Closing the Achievement Gap (edWeb Webinar)
October 12, 2021
Through the examination of specific and practical strategies that administrators, teachers, teams, and schools can implement, Sharon V. Kramer takes the participants on an alternate journey through the acceleration pathway that closes the achievement gap quickly enough to access grade and course level learning for all students.
- Avoiding Educator Burnout and Emotional Exhaustion
October 5, 2021
In this highly interactive and engaging webinar, Timothy D. Kanold and Tina H. Boogren reveal their new book built on their Wellness Solutions for Educators™ Framework and provide specific guidance centered around how to live your best life, each and every day, despite the challenges sure to occur.
- Leading Modern Learning (edWeb Webinar)
August 25, 2021
As schools prepare for a return in the fall, educators have an opportunity to envision and create a “new normal.” In this recorded webinar, Jay McTighe and Greg Curtis present ideas from their book, Leading Modern Learning: A Blueprint for Vision Driven Schools, 2nd ed., that offer a compelling vision for a contemporary education.
- New Mindset, New Results: How a Professional Learning Community Recovers Learning
July 7, 2021
We know the pandemic has significantly affected learning results for students. However, there are ways of working differently in schools that will overcome these deficits and prove that our work in schools can be more powerful than a pandemic! A new mindset is needed to achieve new results.