Mathematics at Work™: Creating a College- and Career-Ready Culture for All Students Webinar
April 23, 2015
During this webinar, she details specific strategies for designing an effective mentoring program that provides the essential physical, emotional, instructional, and institutional support from mentors and coaches from the very beginning.
Professional Learning Communities at Work® in International Schools Webinar
April 19, 2017
Join Dr. Timothy S. Stuart as he makes the case for professional learning communities in international schools. He demonstrates the positive impact this structure has had on student learning, professional growth, and school culture.
Embracing the Missing Link for Students Learning English as a Second Language Collective Leadership Webinar
April 13, 2018
Luis F. Cruz shares how schools use PLC strategies to help English learner populations flourish. This webinar details PLC components administrative and teacher leaders use to close the achievement gap for students learning English as a second language.
Burn the Ships! Webinar
April 14, 2020
In this high-impact talk, we will examine not only the level of commitment we must have to create significant change but also the most common fears we encounter as leaders of the process. Ensuring high levels of learning for all students requires we be courageous in our pursuit. Are you prepared to burn the ships?
Trauma-Informed Motivation and Management in the Classroom
April 13, 2021
This recorded edWebinar presents practices that have proven effective in building connections with students who struggle in the classroom.
Meeting the Challenges of Classroom Assessments Today
April 27, 2021
Join us for a webinar that explores how assessment practices empower the whole child and the whole educator. Cassandra Erkens, Tom Schimmer, Katie White, and Nicole M. Dimich will engage in a lively discussion about feedback, grading, assessment design, and multitiered systems of support in the midst and aftermath of dual pandemics. Assessment at its best can build relationships and inspire hope and efficacy.
Re-engaging the Disengaged
April 13, 2022
At this point in the school year, with so much time and energy already invested and so much left to do, it can be challenging to keep teachers and students alike highly engaged. This is especially true today, as we emerge from a pandemic and feel the weight of our challenges even more.