Webinars, Events & Training Archive

 
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Apr 02, 2020
3:30 PM CST
Social & Emotional: How to Leverage New Research: Create a Classroom Full of Hope for the Future (3-5) ›
• Discover the methods and strategies for improving students’ empathy and care for others
• Discuss how this translates into fostering a classroom culture of support and understanding for the differences in others
Apr 02, 2020
2:00 PM CST
Social & Emotional: How to Leverage New Research: Create a Classroom Full of Hope for the Future (K-2) ›
• Discover the methods and strategies for improving students’ empathy and care for others
• Discuss how this translates into fostering a classroom culture of support and understanding for the differences in others
Mar 24, 2020
4:00 PM EST
Problem-Based Learning - Supporting Productive Struggle ›
Although there is not universal consensus on what mathematics content should be taught, there is consensus that whatever is taught should be taught with understanding. And, we know from research that there is an instructional model for teaching mathematics that helps all students build understanding. That model begins with selecting and implementing tasks or problems that elicit productive cognitive struggle. Productive struggle means students use reasoning and problem-solving processes to select, apply, and connect prior knowledge to new mathematical ideas; connecting prior knowledge to new ideas is the foundation for understanding. This session will illustrate the kind of instruction that elects cognitive struggle, it will illustrate signs that students are engaged in productive struggle, and it will illustrate ways teachers can support students in productive struggle.
Mar 11, 2020
4:00 PM EST
SIOP: Strategies Component ›
Of all the SIOP components, Strategies is sometimes described as the most challenging because of its focus on the cognitive, metacognitive, and language learning strategies that learners apply flexibly when reading, writing, and speaking. Whereas some students master a variety of language and learning strategies almost effortlessly, other students, including English learners, benefit from explicit instruction and frequent opportunities to practice and apply strategies while reading, writing and talking about a variety of texts and topics. During this webinar, Dr. MaryEllen Vogt will demystify the Strategies component, while sharing practical, use-tomorrow ideas and activities that will develop elementary and secondary English learners’ (and other students’) strategic thinking abilities.
Mar 05, 2020
3:30 PM CST
Reading & Writing Workshop Strategies: How to Choose the Best Mini-lesson for Your Students (3-5) ›
Explore how to create a classroom full of kids who love to read, discuss the books they are reading, and encourage students to express themselves through writing.
Mar 05, 2020
2:00 PM CST
Reading & Writing Workshop Strategies: How to Choose the Best Mini-lesson for Your Students (K-2) ›
Explore how to create a classroom full of kids who love to read, discuss the books they are reading, and encourage students to express themselves through writing
Mar 03, 2020
4:00 PM EST
Cultural Relevance and Engagement in Secondary English Classrooms with Ernest Morrell, Ph.D. ›
Join author and professor Ernest Morrell as he shares best and research-based practices in creating cultural relevance and engagement in secondary English classrooms. Ernest has an extensive resume of experience on the topic and will share not only his knowledge, but his passion for the subject. Come learn, explore new ideas, and share your own classroom experiences with Ernest as he discusses how to make your classroom inclusive for all.
Mar 03, 2020
2:00 PM CST
Building Reading Proficiency for Lower Level Latin Students (middle school or high school Latin I and II) ›
March 3, 2020 2:00PM - 3:00PM CST
Join us to talk about helping students read Latin effectively from the beginning of their study. Topics will ‎include differences between reading Latin and English, attention to case endings in context, managing ambiguity, core ‎elements of sentences, developing expectations while reading through sentences, and how to make the best use of stories in your textbook.
Mar 03, 2020
10:00 AM CST
Building Reading Proficiency for Lower Level Latin Students (middle school or high school Latin I and II) ›
March 3, 2020 10:00AM - 11:00AM CST
Join us to talk about helping students read Latin effectively from the beginning of their study. Topics will ‎include differences between reading Latin and English, attention to case endings in context, managing ambiguity, core ‎elements of sentences, developing expectations while reading through sentences, and how to make the best use of stories in your textbook.
Feb 29, 2020
5:00 PM CST
How to Make Input Comprehensible for All Students and Levels ›
February 29, 2020 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CST
CI is a mindset, not just an activity. Join us for this interactive session and learn how to make CI relevant, engaging and interesting with strategies and ideas you can quickly implement in your classroom for all levels of students.
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Nov 19, 2020 NCTE ›
We will be joining literacy educators from across the country to inspire their practice. Discover strong strategies and best practices for teaching literacy, language, and composition. Learn new ideas for delivering instruction that engages students and addresses the most pressing needs within the school.
Nov 20, 2020 ACTFL ›
This global event brings together more than 8,000 language educators from all languages, levels, and assignments. Meet with us to see how we can help language educators at all levels of teaching and in turn help their students to succeed in their language learning process.
Dec 04, 2020 NCSS ›
Come attend the largest annual gathering of K-12 social studies classroom teachers to advocate and build high-quality social studies programs. Stop by and see the latest programs that we offer in K-12 social studies education.
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On-Demand myView Literacy: The Big Picture ›
Explore the myView Literacy instructional model. You'll see how this simple model will bring balance and flexibility to your classroom. Teach the critical skills and strategies students need to be highly competent thinkers, readers and writers.
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