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Dec 12, 2019
2:00 PM CST
Supporting Your ELL Students in myView: Welcome ALL Learners into Your Instruction (K-2) ›
• Focus on 'Everyone' as an ELL
• Review the options for students who might be language delayed or students who may be native speakers but have gaps in their learning
Dec 12, 2019
3:30 PM CST
Supporting Your ELL Students in myView: Welcome ALL Learners into Your Instruction (3-5) ›
• Focus on 'Everyone' as an ELL
• Review the options for students who might be language delayed or students who may be native speakers but have gaps in their learning
Jan 09, 2020
2:00 PM CST
Assessments: The Variety of Options: Finding the Right Assessment at the Right Time (K-2) ›
• Discover various assessment options available in myView including digital and paper/pencil
• Discuss how to choose the correct form of assessment at the right time for student success
Jan 09, 2020
3:30 PM CST
Assessments: The Variety of Options: Finding the Right Assessment at the Right Time (3-5) ›
• Discover various assessment options available in myView including digital and paper/pencil
• Discuss how to choose the correct form of assessment at the right time for student success
Feb 04, 2020
2:00 PM CST
Teacher-Focused Realize Data & Intervention: Making Better Data-Driven Decisions (K-2) ›
• Delve into student generated data in myView and discover how it can be used for decision making and teaching
• Demonstrate how data can be disaggregated by students, standard, and even by question
Feb 04, 2020
3:30 PM CST
Teacher-Focused Realize Data & Intervention: Making Better Data-Driven Decisions (3-5) ›
• Delve into student generated data in myView and discover how it can be used for decision making and teaching
• Demonstrate how data can be disaggregated by students, standard, and even by question
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 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.
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
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
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On-Demand Words Their Way Author Webinar Series: Word Study with Emergent Bilinguals with Lori Helman ›
Many students speak one language at home and learn a new one at school, either as they participate in dual immersion programs or receive English learner support. These students are becoming bilingual and word study instruction can build on their capabilities in two languages. This session guides educators to tailor word study for students learning in a new language through techniques such as making connections across languages, identifying cross-linguistic challenges, and supporting students to use all of their linguistic resources.
On-Demand Words Their Way Author Webinar Series: The Critical Role of Word Meaning in Word Study with Shane Templeton ›
There is a reciprocal relationship between sound and meaning in word study. As learners explore letter and sound patterns in phonics and spelling instruction, the role of meaning in supporting that instruction is critical across all developmental levels. Teachers will learn how to guide this exploration as they address polysemy (multiple meanings), homophones and homographs, and Latin and Greek word elements. Learners will reflect on the meaning of known words to support their explorations of new sound and spelling patterns, and their learning of spelling patterns in turn supports their learning of unknown words through generative vocabulary learning.
On-Demand Words Their Way Author Webinar Series: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction: Activities and Routines, K – 12 with Donald Bear ›
Explore word study activities and schedules. We’ll sort together across the developmental continuum to see how phonics, spelling, and vocabulary are integrated in instruction. Concept sorts and other practices to teach vocabulary are introduced. Classroom routines for teacher-guided small group, and independent learning are introduced. Spelling routines are considered as part of word study to teach both phonics and vocabulary, a reconceptualization of how and why we teach spelling. Instructional practices with English learners are presented throughout.
On-Demand Author Webinar: Developing Conceptual Understanding: What, When, and How with Dr. Janet H. Caldwell ›
There are two ingredients for developing conceptual understanding: computational proficiency and problem-solving skills. But what is meant by this? In this webinar, we examine five instructional strategies that can help students develop conceptual understanding: Building Skills and Procedures from Concepts, Using Problem-Based Teaching, Using Multiple Representations, Focusing on Reasoning and Communication, and Helping Students Make Connections between Concepts. Within each strategy, we'll explore examples of concepts, illustrate how concepts develop over time through number concepts like place value, and we will uncover the important outcomes for teaching understanding.
On-Demand SUMMER FUN! Auténtico Tech Takes and Auténtico University ›
Come for some fun in the sun where learning is always encouraged and rewarded! Join us as we explain about our free, innovative mini PD series, Auténtico Tech Takes and the exciting new Auténtico University.
On-Demand Six Essential Strategies for Creating Effective Career Pathway Systems with Bill Symonds ›
Bill Symonds will explore how to use career development to create a more effective, efficient, and equitable education system for your school, district, or state.
On-Demand Going Digital with NCCERConnect ›
NCCERConnect is an online solution that brings all of the NCCER material and curriculum to life through assessments, muli-media, and a variety of interactive mediums. There are many different features within the NCCERConnect environment that enable you to implement a course, program, and trainings all over the U.S.

This presentation covers the benefits of going digital and how a Colorado-based company uses the NCCERConnect Program to offer an Electrical Apprentice Program to a wide geographic student population.
On-Demand Keishla Ceaser-Jones - Literacy + Social Studies = Empowered Students ›
Create confident and independent citizens by applying metacognitive reading strategies to Social Studies texts. Use informational texts and primary sources to practice important critical thinking skills that build content and academic vocabulary development and encourages students to support arguments with evidence. Learn strategies for students to demonstrate understanding through reading, writing, listening, and speaking in the classroom and beyond!
On-Demand Sarah Diczok - Inquiry Learning in the Latin Classroom. Just C.L.I.Q. It! ›
This session will provide ways to incorporate strategies that promote Critical Thinking, Literacy, Inquiry and Questioning in the Latin Classroom.
On-Demand Keishla Ceaser-Jones - It's About People: Building Perspectives & Empathy in the Social Studies Classroom ›
Make the historical past come to life for your students by creating historical perspective. Learn how to use primary and secondary source documents, sensory supports, and technology to immerse students into the study of the past to build relevant connections to the present. Develop personal connections while examining multiple and often conflicting perspectives of the past in the Social Studies classroom.