Join Becky Evers-Gerdes and Stephanie Larsen of Piedmont Elementary School in Duluth, Minnesota, to discover how the school's staff built a culture of collaboration that increased individual student growth in a Title 1 school.
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.
Join Mike Mattos and Paula Rogers as they discuss how the staff at Hallsville Independent School District successfully embedded the PLC at Work™ and RTI at Work™ processes into their daily work.
William M. Ferriter and Diana Williams share how their students are changing the world for the better by coming together to make microloans to entrepreneurs in the developing world.
Discover how to seamlessly integrate the Common Core State Standards into your curriculum
Hear this powerful success story from Dr. Kanold and co-author Ms. Mona Toncheff and learn how you can implement the same collaborative team actions and practices in your district and sustain a school and classroom culture that supports success in mathematics for every student.
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.
This free webinar will show how the essential elements of collective responsibility, concentrated instruction, and convergent assessment build the foundation for effective RTI Tier 1 instruction.
Kenneth C. Williams compares and contrasts the PLC at Work™ approach to the new standards with the traditional approach states, districts, and schools have used to implement curriculum.
This webinar will rethink the RTI pyramid, providing participants with a clear understanding of tiered support and how classroom teachers and school intervention resources can work together to meet the needs of every child.
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