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Recorded on August 10, 2020 Join ed tech experts in exploring examples of what distance education might “look” like for you and your students. We will also consider the transitional thinking required to best support student engagement and success. Read More

How do you support students with IEPs, English language learners, and older students with developing literacy skills in an asynchronous distance learning environment? Using Google Classroom, learn strategies for providing accommodations, scaffolds, SIOP features, and elements of explicit instruction in an asynchronous setting that support all students. Read More

Talking about racial justice in public education—constructively, honestly, and openly—is difficult. As educators, we must continually challenge and dismantle, piece by piece, the structures, policies and implicit biases we all have that prop up white privilege at the expense of students and families of color. To do anything less is to deny the world in which our students live, to concede that some students deserve less. Read More

Student engagement remains a top priority for teachers as we welcome students back into the traditional classroom. Teachers will use this session to develop or improve on social-emotional learning and safe space practices. With an emphasis on communication and practices building empathy, participants will work to improve their emotional intelligence within themselves and within their instructional practice. Building relationships and making connections is critical in these unprecedented times, and by doing so we can increase student engagement in rigorous curricular lessons.                                                             Read More

Traditional grading practices often go unexamined despite their potential for harm. This webinar is designed to critically examine assumptions about grading, look at current grading practices, and imagine alternatives to the status quo.  Read More

Learn how can you create meaningful relationships with and between students in a safe virtual space. Read More

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