Singletons in a PLC at Work®: Navigating On-Ramps to Meaningful Collaboration
February 16, 2023
Singletons—teachers who are the only ones teaching a specific course or subject—often ask how they can effectively participate on a collaborative team. Additionally, leaders frequently ask what they should be doing to guide and support singletons. This webinar provides participants clear direction to help singletons engage in meaningful collaboration. Teachers and leaders receive templates they can implement immediately.
The Metacognitive Student: Developing SELf-directed, SELf-motivated and SELf-regulated Learners with One Practical Strategy (edWeb Webinar)
February 13, 2023
Today, more and more preK–12 students are dealing with increasing academic, social and emotional stressors. Students of all ages are becoming more dependent upon adults to help calm their emotions, complete challenging academic tasks, and resolve social conflicts that arise each day. There is just not enough time for the adults at school to help every child in need. Come see how one simple, evidence-based, metacognitive strategy develops every student into an autonomous critical thinker and problem solver across academic content areas and social and emotional contexts.
Leading and Learning in a Trauma-Sensitive Environment
February 28, 2022
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.
February 9, 2022
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.
Equity is the Heart of RTI
February 2, 2022
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.
The Seven Principles of Evidence-Based Teaching Webinar
February 19, 2021
In this webinar, Dr. Karen Gazith will review seven evidence-based principles leading to success for all students in the diverse classroom. Dr. Gazith will provide listeners with hands-on strategies, such as conceptualizing the classroom as an ecosystem, incorporating strategic teaching and learning, and developing grit and perseverance in yourself and your students. Educators will walk away from this session with practical strategies that can be applied in the classroom the next day.
A Seat at the Table: Empowering Women for School Leadership
February 19, 2020
Join acclaimed expert and assistant superintendent Jasmine K. Kullar for an exclusive 20-minute leadership webinar. Throughout this high-impact talk, Dr. Kullar will discuss the current gender gap in school leadership, why it exists, and most importantly, what we can do to help minimize it.
What PLC Teams Look Like in Practice Webinar
February 15, 2018
Gain insight and strategies from experts and practitioners who are implementing the PLC process.
Starting a Movement: A Call to School Leaders
February 7, 2018
Ken Williams talks about how Starting a Movement incorporates the four-stage authentic alignment model, which will take you through the Why, Eye, How, and Now of transforming your school's culture.