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Collective Student Efficacy

Monday, October 18, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Doug Fisher and John Hattie

Harness the power of collective efficacy to accelerate students’ learning.  Do your students understand the potential of collaborating with others?  Do they believe that they will learn more if they develop both “I” skills and “We” skills? 


Humanity over Comfort: Why does this matter for your organization?

Monday, October 4, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Kendra Johnson, Tracey Durant, Lisa Williams, Sharone Brinkley-Parker, Kandice Taylor, and Johari Toe

This webinar will challenge participants to consider: how does your organization determine how it needs to improve and transform; and what are the consequences of the choices we make as it relates to the organization's health and productivity?


Start Your Fall Math Instruction Strong by Working Collaboratively:  Implementing a MWSA and Partnering With Families

Monday, September 27, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Karen Karp, Sarah Bush, Barbara Dougherty, and Hilary Kreisberg

This fall is an ideal time for schools and districts to take a more cohesive, collaborative, and community-oriented approach to mathematics learning. Discover the benefits of working closely with colleagues through a Mathematics Whole School Agreement (MWSA) and the advantages that partnering with families has on children’s mathematics development.


Learn, California!: State Legislative Recap: What Legislation Will Impact Local Educational Practice?

Thursday, September 23, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Peter Birdsall and John Hattie

Join our exclusive, free series of virtual briefings for California school and district leaders. Understand state legislation, budget, and K-12 priorities. Through bimonthly sessions over the 2021-22 school year, we'll explore: setting priorities for the current state education budget, state legislation for K-12, fiscal outlook for 2022-23 education budgets, key issues impacting CA LEA's, and much more!


Hosted by EdWeek: Leadership for Racial Equity in Schools and Beyond

Wednesday, September 22, 2021 - 11:00am

Presented by Glenn Singleton and Melissa Krull

This webinar is hosted in partnership with EdWeek. While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reveal systemic racial disparities in educational opportunity, there are revelations to which we can and must respond. Through conscientious efforts, using an intentional focus on race, school leaders can address these inequities and create the conditions for every student to achieve at high levels.

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A Look at How Learning Works

Monday, September 13, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Nancy Frey and John Almarode

Understanding how learning works helps us make decisions that move learning forward in our schools and classrooms. Over the past 150 years, cognitive scientists have generated amazing research on how our students acquire, consolidate, and store information. This webinar provides an overview of the science of learning and how to translate that science into classroom practices that increase student learning.


Learn, California!: Setting Priorities Under the New State Budget

Thursday, July 29, 2021 - 10:00am

Presented by Peter Birdsall and John Almarode

Join our exclusive, free series of virtual briefings for California school and district leaders. Understand state legislation, budget, and K-12 priorities. Through bimonthly sessions over the 2021-22 school year, we'll explore: setting priorities for the current state education budget, state legislation for K-12, fiscal outlook for 2022-23 education budgets, key issues impacting CA LEA's, and much more!


How Tutoring Works

Monday, June 21, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Almarode

Tutoring is much more than telling students information. Effective tutoring begins with the strong and caring relationship a tutor establishes with a learner to build trust, fuel motivation, and drive critical learning.


In Partnership with AESA: Leading the Rebound: Rebuilding Agency, Accelerating Learning Recovery, and Rethinking Schools

Monday, June 14, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, Dominique Smith, and John Hattie

For Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, Dominique Smith, and John Hattie, rushing back to the “old normal” may very well be the “greatest travesty that can arise for our schools.” Because the “old normal” won’t accelerate learning, won’t reignite engagement, won’t restore social-emotional well-being. Instead, we should draw on the many lessons learned so we can take advantage of this unprecedent moment in time to create better systems for schooling.


 Teaching Sprints: How Overloaded Educators Can Keep Getting Better

Monday, June 7, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Simon Breakspear

In this research-informed and highly practical webinar, Simon will provide fresh insights and a new approach to support teacher professional learning. The Teaching Sprints approach is used by hundreds of schools and thousands of educators to engage with robust evidence and enhance expertise. Come and explore how this simple and effective approach might help you to enhance the impact of your teacher collaborative time/PLCs.


In Partnership with EducationWeek: Rebound: Rebuilding Agency, Accelerating Learning Recovery, Rethinking Schools

Wednesday, May 26, 2021 - 11:00am

Presented by John Hattie, Dominique Smith, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey

Fifteen months since the pandemic tested and tested again our school systems, we now face the biggest test of all: Where to next? Is it enough to rush back to the “old normal” without benefiting from the many lessons learned? Will the “old normal” accelerate learning, reignite engagement, restore social-emotional well-being?

In their upcoming Rebound webinar, presenters Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, Dominique Smith, and John Hattie offer a resounding “No!” Instead, they demonstrate how to take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity to reboot teaching and learning as we know it so we can move forward with fresh optimism and better systems for schooling.


 Culturally Responsive Teaching for Multilingual Learners: Tools for Equity

Monday, May 17, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Sydney Snyder and Diane Staehr Fenner

Culturally responsive teaching (CRT) is an essential practice to equitably educate multilingual learners (MLs) and support ML families. However, understanding what CRT looks like when implemented in schools and classrooms, especially in distance learning and hybrid environments, can be challenging to pin down. In this webinar, we will focus on sharing practical, research-based look-fors, tools, and strategies that you can use to integrate CRT for MLs. Join us for an engaging, interactive session to get new ideas about how CRT can become an integral part of your practice no matter what your instructional model looks like this year.


Learning Happens When Students Question

Monday, May 10, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Jackie Walsh

Student questions support visible learning by engaging students in authentic discussion and providing teachers feedback about where students are in their learning. Yet student questions are largely absent from most classrooms today. Join author Jackie Walsh to learn how to create an environment, cultivate mindframes, and intentionally design experiences to develop student capacity as skillful, purposeful questioners. This interactive session includes video clips spotlighting students using four question types—self-questions, academic, exploratory, and dialogic—to advance different learning outcomes and increase students’ ownership of their learning.


 Street Data: A Next-Generation Model for Equity, Pedagogy, and School Transformation

Monday, May 3, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Shane Safir, Dr. Jamila Dugan, Chris Emdin, and Jal Mehta

Street data is the qualitative and experiential data that emerges at eye level and on lower frequencies when we train our brains to discern it. Street data is asset based, building on the tenets of culturally responsive education by helping educators look for what’s right in our students, schools, and communities instead of seeking out what’s wrong. Street data embodies an ethos and a change methodology that will transform how we analyze, diagnose, and assess everything from student learning to district improvement to policy--offering us a new way to think about, gather, and make meaning of data. Join us for this dynamic webinar as authors Shane Safir and Jamila Dugan lay out their transformational model.


In Partnership with AASA: Reinvesting and Rebounding: Where the Evidence Points for Accelerating Learning

Monday, May 3, 2021 - 1:00pm

Presented by Noelle Ellerson Ng, John Almarode, John Hattie, and Nancy Frey

With schools reopening across the country and a historic influx of federal funding coming, we now have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a new normal of schooling—one that serves even more students and focuses more on what matters most. Join John Almarode, John Hattie, Nancy Frey, and AASA Associate Executive Director of Advocacy and Governance Noelle Ellerson Ng for a discussion of what it will take to bring our schools back stronger than ever and reimagine teaching and learning for a brighter future.


Launching and Sustaining Powerful Equity Work

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 1:00pm

Presented by Dr. Trudy T. Arriaga, Benjie Howard, Grant Twyman

We are in the midst of a triple pandemic: COVID-19, inequities exposed through distance learning, and increased urgency around racial justice. Educational leaders are called to serve the needs of our most vulnerable and marginalized students and families, and at the same time we are obligated to navigate invigorated pushback and misinformation regarding equity, inclusion, and excellence in public education. This webinar provides strategies for growing an expansive consensus among teachers, parents, building leaders, school boards, community leaders, students and local media — a consensus that empowers courageous, long-term equity work. The webinar will be led by Corwin Deep Equity experts and superintendents and EDI professionals.


 Removing Labels: Disrupting the Negative Effects of Labels and Assumptions

Monday, April 19, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Dominique Smith, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey

We humans make assumptions about individuals based on what we see. And those assumptions become labels. And those labels become expectations. And those expectations can become students’ realities. But, this cycle can be interrupted. Disrupting one’s thinking about another person takes a concerted effort to understand who that person really is and the strengths that person has. Let’s explore the ways that labels can be removed so that expectations for success become reality.


 Learning that Transfers: Designing Curriculum for a Changing World

Monday, April 5, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Julie Stern

Synthesizing the best available research on how we learn, educators can design units and lesson plans that prepare our students to meet the challenges of an uncertain future. Join Julie Stern and co-authors for this cutting-edge webinar that will demonstrate a systematic way to empower students to apply their learning to new situations.


Where and How to Invest California’s Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Funding to Maximize Student Learning

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 - 3:00pm

Presented by Peter Birdsall and Douglas Fisher

In support of California K-12 school and district leaders, Corwin and the Professional Learning Coalition are providing a free Zoom webinar to review the key provisions of the Expanded Learning Opportunity Grants and how they can be implemented to have the greatest impact on improving student well-being and academic performance.


Simultaneous and Hybrid Teaching: Roomies and Zoomies Learning Together

Monday, March 29, 2021 - 2:00pm

Presented by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, John Almarode, Aleigha Henderson-Rosser

As the context of our teaching and learning keeps changing, our commitment as educators to move learning forward has remained constant. In this webinar, attendees will learn the definitions of simultaneous, hybrid, and blended learning and why simultaneous learning must not be additive to our workload. The presenters will guide us to extract, integrate, and implement what works best from both distance learning and face-to-face learning environments.


 Figuring Out Math Fluency: Going Beyond Basic Facts

Monday, March 22, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Jennifer Bay-Williams and John SanGiovanni

In this session, John SanGiovanni and Jennifer Bay-Williams will explore beliefs and practices that stand in the way of fluency, as well as others that provide strong access to fluency. Along the way, they will share significant reasoning strategies, “automaticities”, and many activities for quality fluency practice that will help you develop versatile and confident mathematical thinkers.


Developing & Using Success Criteria to Maximize Teaching and Learning

Monday, March 8, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, Kateri Thunder, and Nancy Frey

How would your students respond to the question, “how will I know if I have learned something?” When both we and our students have clarity about learning through high-quality success criteria, there is a greater likelihood that learning will happen and that all students will experience success in their learning. Whether face-to-face, hybrid, or at a distance, this webinar will introduce how best to support the development and implementation of high-quality success criteria.


 Student-Centered Coaching from a Distance: Coaching for Rigor and Engagement

Monday, February 22, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Diane Sweeney and Leanna Harris

Student-Centered Coaching is an evidence-based model for instructional coaching that promotes teacher learning by focusing on outcomes for students. In this webinar, participants will learn moves for coaching from a distance, with a particular emphasis on creating conditions for rigor and engagement. These practices are applicable whether coaching in-person, hybrid, or virtually. They also address the urgency around equity and access for all students.



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