Ready for Anything Book Study
Tuesday, August 11, at 1:00 p.m. EDT
This book study will explore four future-focused touchstones of schooling and equip you with actionable ideas to ensure your students are ready for anything.Free webinarRegister for Book Study
Don’t Blame the Lettuce Webinar
September 25, 2018
In this webinar, authors Kathleen Kryza and MaryAnn Brittingham present the most effective strategies for leading diverse students in developing the skills they’ll need culturally, academically, and emotionally, both inside and outside the classroom.
Growing 21st Century Learners: Assessing 7 Critical Competencies Webinar
September 5, 2018
In this webinar, Tom will highlight seven critical competencies (critical thinking, collaborative thinking, creative thinking, communication, social competence, digital citizenship, and self-regulation) and the assessment practices and processes that make their authentic development possible. Nothing can be developed without assessment.
Creating School Culture for Equity: Leading the Change Webinar
September 4, 2018
A learning community leader is a voice for equity, efficacy, and access for all. This webinar demonstrates techniques leaders can use to create equity and access throughout the learning community.
Responding to ESSA: What State, District, and School Leaders Can Do RIGHT NOW
September 20, 2017
Join PLC at Work™ champion Rebecca DuFour and education thought leader Douglas Reeves as they answer questions and offer insight into how educators can truly transform schools by responding to ESSA with the PLC at Work™ process.
Using Job-Embedded PD to Overcome Staff Division
September 14, 2017
Provide job-embedded PD by giving teachers access to the largest library of PLC videos and books in the world. The Global PD Library provides teachers with focused, goal-oriented training from renowned experts, helping them to sustain learning throughout the year.
Building Strong Schools With the PLC at Work™ Process Webinar
September 11, 2014
Learn how U.S. Grant High School changed from the “dropout factory” to an engine of hope for the students it serves, and how its success can be replicated anywhere.