Upcoming Webinars

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Deeper, Simpler Differentiation in the Classroom Every student has unique needs. But how can teachers find the time to meet diverse learners where they are, and take them where they’re capable of going? Join Ben for a look at practical, teacher-tested tips on how to achieve REAL differentiation in a straightforward, achievable way.10/20/20214:00pm EDT30 minutes
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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
11/17/20214:00pm EST30 minutes
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Beyond the Numbers: Infusing Creativity in Math and Science Is it challenging to get your students excited about learning math? Are you looking for a more inquiry-driven approach to teaching science? Are you searching for practical ways to encourage your students to explore, question, interpret, and employ creativity in both math and science? If so, check out this fast-paced webinar infused with strategies that will get your students excited about all the creative ways they can work with numbers and concepts in both math and science.12/15/20214:00pm EST30 minutes
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Behind the Words: Infusing Critical Thinking in ELA and Social Studies Do you struggle to get students to think deeply—like really deeply—about the texts they are reading? Are they satisfied with answering basic recall questions, but challenged to offer careful analysis, make connections, or apply what they learn to a larger context? Do you want to challenge your students to think more deeply than ever before and build those critical thinking skills that will serve them well in the future? If so, join me for this fast-paced, practical webinar with classroom-proven tips for infusing critical thinking throughout your ELA and Social Studies instruction!1/19/20224:00pm EST30 minutes
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