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A collection of free virtual broadcasts, including upcoming and on-demand webinars. Browse our premium webinars here. For advanced learning for you or your entire team, browse our PD Toolkit. All webinars are accessible for a limited time after the original live streaming date. Participation certificates are not provided, but live viewers receive a post-event confirmation email. Market Brief Premium Webinar Connecting the Dots on ESSA and PD: What Education Companies Should Know Part of the Inside ESSA Webinar Series This webinar is a rebroadcast of an event that originally aired on Nov. 16, 2016. This webinar takes place on February 23, 2017 @ 11 a.m. Click here if you are already registered. The federal Every Student Succeeds Act revamps requirements around professional development in a big way. In this webinar, we'll explore ways the nation's new K-12 law may apply to your business and what you can do to maximize the opportunities it provides. Presenters: Register for this webinar now.

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Latest Math Education & EdTech Webinars ↓ Skip to Main Content Filter: Closing Math Learning Gaps With Data & Formative Assessment Leveraging Professional Development and Data to Transform Math Instruction From Theory to Practice: Blending the Math Classroom and Creating a Data-Driven Culture Within Your School

School and Education Technology Webinars eSchool News is proud to present a variety of webinars on the hottest topics in education technology. Our webinars are a great place to learn about new technologies, how your colleagues are solving concerns you may have and more. All of our webinars are free, just click on the links below to register. All you’ll need on the day of the event is internet access. After you register, you’ll be supplied with a link to log-in at the scheduled time. 3 Simple Steps to Do-it-yourself Professional Development Professional Development | Viewpoint 3 Simple Steps to Do-it-yourself Professional Development By Meg Ormiston06/21/12 Today, every teacher needs to be in charge of his or her own professional development, if for no other reason than district budgets require everyone to be so much more creative. However, there needs to be a balance between the formal and informal. Formal professional development would be workshops, conferences, and college classes.

Free Workshops For Teachers Personal Learning Networks: The Future of Learning Presenter: Will Richardson Learning is social, we've all known that. Now, the Internet has made it globally social. To flourish as learners in a connected world, we need a network that we can trust – and one that we can turn to when we need answers, inspiration, or direction. While we've always crafted these Personal Learning Networks in our face-to-face spaces, achieving the same online is quite a bit more nuanced and complex.

5 Free EdTech Webinars For Connected Educator Month Looking to start Connected Educator Month in style? (It’s the month of October). There’s a slew of useful events happening that you should know about. We’re going to showcase a few of them over the course of the month in hopes that you are able to learn and grow as a teacher, administrator, and human being. The Awesome Library Search Results Search Results Terms: classroom management Matches: 27 Displayed: 20 Categories Teacher > Classroom Related > Classroom Management Specific Results Classroom Management (Teachers Helping Teachers) Classroom Management Resources (Education World)Provides 95 resources. 3-02 Classroom Management Tips (TeachNet) Includes room decor, classroom management, classroom public relations, and much more. Classroom Discipline (About.com - Kelly) New March Provides over three dozen papers related to improving classroom discipline.

Conferences, Webinars, Workshops Webinar: October 13 Maximizing Your Small Business Tax Savings Webinar November 10 Understanding the WISC-V Pre-Conference Training November 3 MBTI Training, Therapeutic Training Scottsdale, AZ The Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM): A Model for Change in Individuals Reprinted with permission from the chapter entitled " Professional Development for Science Education: A Critical and Immediate Challenge," by Susan Loucks-Horsley. National Standards & the Science Curriculum, edited by Rodger Bybee of the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1996. For more information call 1-800-KH-BOOKS (542-6657).

Links to meta-sites AAGC the American Association for Gifted children. An advocacy and information organization located at Duke University Art Snyder's list of Internet links from Ohio This flyer was created for Ohio teachers/TAG coordinators to copy and hand out so it is in a compact list form. It is now available on the website for the Ohio Association for Gifted Children (OAGC). It still makes a nice parent handout Center for Talented Youth/ Johns Hopkins University: Provides information on programs for gifted students, the Johns Hopkins Talent Search and links to articles and resources. Council for Exceptional Children: Links to articles on Gifted Education, from the --Well organized and recommended. The Gifted-Ed Guru an entertaining and informative blog by Christopher Taibbi hosted by Psychology Today My Little Poppies by "Cait" a New Hampshire mother and school psychologist who is homeschooling her children.

Classroom Management More Articles of Interest CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TIPS Differentiated Instruction, Flexibility Make Multi-Age Classes Work Multi-grade classes sound like a lot of work for teachers. But by regularly assessing students, differentiating instruction, and using flexible groupings, the experience can be revitalizing for a teacher. Included: Tips for planning lessons in multi-grade classes. Goal Setting Made Easy Teaching students how to set goals is easy with Goal Setting 101, a 3-part article that describes the process, and the Goal Tracker booklet, a student journal for recording goals and focusing on action steps. Tools for Teaching Supplies Specifics for PBIS and RtI The objective of Tools for Teaching for the past 40 years has been to develop specific classroom management procedures that prevent both discipline and instruction problems.

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