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Visible Learning for Social Studies: Designing Student Learning for Conceptual Understanding

Monday, April 20, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Julie Stern

How do we maximize precious time to ensure that students grasp enough to prepare them for informed civic life? The discipline of social studies is far more than memorizing dates and facts. It involves the skillful ability to conduct investigations, analyze sources, place events in historical and cultural context, and synthesize various points of view, while recognizing our own biases. Join Julie Stern in this webinar to understand how using the right approach at the right time can maximize student learning.


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Monday, May 11, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Benjie Howard and Wade Antonio Colwell

Here’s your opportunity to hear more from founders Benjie Howard and Wade Antonio Colwell about YES!, a sustainable, creative facilitation process for youth that enables them to enthusiastically engage in their own learning and advocate for culturally responsive learning environments. YES! is rooted in arts-based methods that aim to bring the youth perspective, vision, creativity, and passion to the forefront of policy and progress for a twenty-first century school system. Benjie and Wade will demonstrate how YES! amplifies student voice and supports young people in understanding their personal journey and social accountability through a critical social justice lens that creates a living example of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.


Simply Stations, Grades K-4: What Does the Rest of the Class Do During Small Groups?

Monday, May 18, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Debbie Diller

Literacy work stations, when done well, can solve both of these problems—and more. Literacy stations provide partner practice using what teachers already have in their classrooms. During her presentation, Debbie will show teachers how to create and sustain meaningful, engaging literacy stations that grow and change as their students develop new skills, and as instructional time shifts. Plus, teachers will be reminded how to make confident decisions based on what they know about their kids and about good literacy instruction—so they can move away from quick-fix ideas like worksheets or pre-made centers found online.


Supporting Educator Resilience During Shelter in Place

Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 12:00pm

Presented by Ricky Robertson

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted schools across the nation and contributed to a general sense of uncertainty and anxiety. Join Ricky Robertson as he discusses ways to care for our well-being and support others through this challenging time.


Adverse Childhood Experiences: Trauma-Informed Strategies for Teacher and Student Well-Being

Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 12:00pm

Presented by Ricky Robertson

Every member of a school staff has a role to play in creating an environment conducive to optimal teaching, learning and well-being. Ricky Robertson focuses on a whole-staff approach to foster resilience in both students living with ACEs and the professionals who work with them in Canada’s rural and urban schools.

New York 3:00pm EDT | London 8:00pm BST | Singapore 3:00am SGT |  Melbourne 6:00am AEDT


SONJA HOLLINS-ALEXANDER on Supporting Your Staff During Distance Teaching: Building a Virtual Community of Practice

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 - 11:00am

Presented by Sonja Hollins-Alexander

Teachers are facing unprecedented challenges as schools close and learning shifts to online environments. During this time of intense upheaval and isolation, it is critical that school and district leaders provide teachers with ongoing opportunities to rapidly re-establish connections with their peers so that they can collectively approach these challenges.

New York 2:00pm EDT | London 7:00pm BST | Singapore 2:00am +1 SGT |  Melbourne 5:00am AEDT


The Thrill of Accelerating Comprehension in Any Setting

Monday, September 14, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey & Nicole Law

Truly understanding what you're reading is arguably the most important skill we can provide learners, but students must also experience the will, skill, and thrill of reading to inspire passionate, lifelong reading habits. In this webinar, Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and Nicole Law discuss how to motivate and engage your readers with a new, unifying framework for reading comprehension

New York 6:30pm EDT | London 11:30pm BST | Singapore 6:30am SGT+1 |  Melbourne 8:30am AEST+1


Teaching Beautiful Brilliant Black Girls: How to Curate Classrooms for Radical Transformation

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Dr. Bola Delano-Oriaran, Dr. Marguerite W. Penick-Parks, Dr. Shemariah Arki, Dr. Ali Michael, Orinthia Swindell & Dr. Eddie Moore Jr.

Black Girls are beautiful and brilliant, but far too often their beauty and brilliance are shattered by the racial aggressions, trauma, and violence they face in school. In this webinar, the presenters will share their instructional best practices centered on the identities and lived experiences of Black Girls and challenge attendees to answer the call for radical transformation.


Reframing the "COVID Slide" in K-12 Mathematics

Monday, October 26, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by John J. SanGiovanni, Sara Delano Moore & Beth McCord Kobett

The COVID-19 pandemic thrust teachers and students into new and difficult terrain for mathematics teaching and learning. Join bestselling authors John SanGiovanni, Sara Delano Moore, and Beth McCord Kobett as they discuss high-quality mathematics teaching and learning strategies for rigorous and equitable mathematics education—even in hybrid or remote settings.


Inequity Is Not an Option: Urgent Next Steps in Leading for Equitable Instruction

Monday, November 2, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Alan M. Blankstein, Marcus J. Newsome, Monica George-Fields, Linda Darling Hammond, Zaretta Hammond, Ricky Robertson, and Cyndee Blount

Leading for equity is, first and foremost, a pedagogical endeavor. It also necessitates creating school cultures built on trust and a shared commitment to disrupting inequitable policies and practices. The third in our popular Breakthrough Leadership webinar series, Inequity Is Not an Option zeros in on providing access to high quality curriculum, instruction, and assessment with particular emphasis on serving historically underserved student populations. Teacher leaders as well as school and district administrators are encouraged to attend.



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