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- High Reliability Schools: A Framework for Sustainable School Improvement (edWeb Webinar)
May 17, 2021
During this edWebinar, Dr. Phil Warrick will introduce the HRS model and explain how leaders and leadership teams can ensure high levels of student learning by achieving a high level of reliability.
- COVID-19 Challenge: We Must Improve Assessment and Grading Practices (edWeb Webinar)
May 11, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged schools to question their assessment practices and grading policies. Are students retaining and applying the concepts and skills of the standards? What can be evidence of their learning? This edWebinar examines how schools can answer these questions and more.
- 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.
- 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.
- How Do We Close Learning Gaps in Mathematics?
March 30, 2021
How do teachers and teacher teams work to ensure students learn grade- or course-level mathematics? What are best practices to close gaps in learning during instruction or intervention? Giving students access to and experience with grade-level mathematics is critical to student success and continued learning.
- If It Is Predictable, It Is Preventable!
March 11, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, educators face an unprecedented challenge: how to close the learning gaps created by months of school closures and uneven access to virtual learning opportunities? In this breakout, Mike Mattos will discuss specific steps that schools can take to create a highly effective, multitiered system of supports to target learning gaps using the PLC at Work® process.
- 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.
- Attend to Your Well-Being: How Educators Can Avoid Mental, Physical and Emotional Exhaustion
November 18, 2020
In this recorded edWebinar, Dr. Tina Boogren and Dr. Timothy Kanold provide practical strategies to avoid exhaustion and burnout and give you the courage and permission to attend to a more balanced and joyful professional life.
- Strength in Numbers: Social-Emotional Learning & Math
October 27, 2020
Without strong social and emotional skills, students can really struggle in math class. From approaching word problems with self-confidence and determination to embracing their mistakes with a growth mindset, building strong Social-Emotional Learning skills is a critical component to helping students achieve in math. This session explores six overarching SEL skills and provides teachers with immediately implementable, high-leverage strategies to help students achieve in math.
- Heart & Soul: Growing a Strong, Compassionate, and Well-Balanced Professional Life!
September 8, 2020
To make deep contributions to the lives of our students, we must first embrace routines and practices of self-care and self-compassion. During this interactive webinar, Dr. Timothy D. Kanold will take you on a high-energy, inspiring, and reflective examination of how to stay balanced and fulfilled in your professional life. Timely topics that mean the most during this unprecedented time will be addressed—from stress management to effective planning to meaningful engagement with students and colleagues.