|Teaching in This Crazy World: The 5 Greatest Lessons Learned and 5 Teacher Giveaways! This has been a year to remember. Through it all, you showed the world strength, resilience, and that ever-burning passion you have for your students by showing up and making the most out of each and every day. Let’s take a look back at the lessons learned from teachers across the country. And in the process, let’s celebrate YOU—and the challenges you have overcome. Because guess what? You made it, and the world is a little better because of the lessons you taught all of us about pushing through with passion, perseverance, and purpose.||6/16/2021n/j/Y||4:00pm EDT2021-06-16T20:00:00Zg:ia T||30 minutes||Register|
|Mind the Gap: Quick Guide to Overcoming Your School’s Learning Loss
The pandemic-induced disruptions to learning in 2020-21 are undeniable, and the task of identifying unfinished learning, identifying resources to bridge the gap, and preparing teachers to meaningfully differentiate instruction is daunting.|
Join us for this fast-paced, informative webinar for K-12 administrators where we explore how to navigate these uncharted waters and successfully overcome the COVID learning loss in your school. We’ll address such things as:
• How can I identify the learning loss and prioritize key areas of instruction?
• How can I attend to the gaps in SEL caused by the pandemic?
• How can I prepare teachers to successfully differentiate instruction?
Explore these questions and more in this 30-minute webinar for K-12 school and district leaders.
|6/23/2021n/j/Y||4:00pm EDT2021-06-23T20:00:00Zg:ia T||30 minutes||Register|
|The Science (and Art) of Equity: Practical Steps YOU Can Take to Move Toward a More Just Classroom Equity has always been at the heart of education; the pandemic threw in stark relief equity’s critical importance. In this webinar, explore teacher-tested tips to help make your classroom a more just and equitable place.||7/14/2021n/j/Y||4:00pm EDT2021-07-14T20:00:00Zg:ia T||30 minutes||Register|
|Informational Literacy: Equip Your Students with Tools to Evaluate Informational Sources
If it’s on the internet, it must be true, right? With information swirling around us 24/7, it’s more important than ever that we teach our students how to be sensible consumers of information. They need simple, easy-to-apply strategies to carefully evaluate information so they aren’t easily swayed or misled, but rather, are ambassadors of informational literacy! |
Join us for this fast-paced, informative webinar where we explore best practices for creating a classroom full of informationally literate students. We will address:
• Creating a culture that supports informational literacy
• Utilizing a 3-step protocol for evaluating sources
• Developing critical thinking around points of view and informational bias
|8/18/2021n/j/Y||4:00pm EDT2021-08-18T20:00:00Zg:ia T||30 minutes||Register|
|What Do You Say? Strategies for Tackling Tough Conversations You can never predict some of the conversations that you find yourself in as a teacher, and not all of them are pleasant. What do you say when a sensitive current event knocks your lesson off course? Or when you know a student is facing unimaginable challenges at home? Or when tragedy rocks your classroom? You don’t know when these conversations might pop up, but they most assuredly will. Join Dawn for practical tips and resources to help you feel calm, confident, and helpful in tacking tough conversations.||9/15/2021n/j/Y||4:00pm EDT2021-09-15T20:00:00Zg:ia T||30 minutes||Register|