Free Webinars For Teachers | Free Educational Webinars | 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. Learn how to begin to construct PLNs using various Web tools Understand the implications for our students, schools, and professional practice Look at how diversity, balance, and safety enter into the learning equation online He is a former public school educator for 22 years, and is a co-founder of Powerful Learning Practice (plpnetwork.com), a unique professional development program that has mentored over 5,000 teachers worldwide in the last five years. Presenter: Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Presenter: Dr. Dr. Dr.
Ahead of the Class: A Webinar Series for Leaders in Education | Imagine Learning This presentation will explain the journey toward improvement in Sanger Unified, specifically highlighting the instructional and cultural changes that took place in the district over a 10 year period. Matt will highlight the factors that led to improved student achievement for all students including special education students and sub-groups. Sanger's foundations are built around three priorities for instructional improvement: Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI), Professional Learning Communities (PLC), and Response to Intervention (RTI), with the foundation being that of a collaborative culture. These foundational practices have allowed both general and special education teachers to meet the needs of all learners, built collective coherence within the district, and led to greater improvement of Sanger district overall. Matt will highlight how Sanger is adapting these core foundations for the CCSS, while maintaining a student-centered focus to ensure that all students learn.
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Scholastic Webinars Are you looking to integrate more technology into your school or district? Interested in learning how to better prepare your students for a digital world? In this webinar, Scholastic and Comcast Business will join together to review best practices that will help you best use the technology you have. Webinar date and time: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. ET Speaker: Jared P. Moderator: Wayne D'Orio, Executive Editor, Scholastic Administr@tor Register here: In this webinar, Scholastic and AXA Financial bring together experts to discuss four strategies to assist educators as they plan for retirement. Webinar Date and Time: Tuesday, October 20, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. Speakers Matt Drummond: Head of 403 (b)/457 Sales and Business Development, AXA Equitable Moderator Tara Welty: Editor in Chief, Scholastic Teacher and Art magazines You have the money, you have the vision, now comes the hard part: how to successfully introduce new technology into your schools.
An Introduction to Mapping to the Core Presented by Heidi Hayes Jacobs Thursday, October 25, 2 PM ET View the Recording Download the Slides (PDF) Dr. Laying a Core Foundation Launching the Mapping Process Sustaining the Core: Informing Curriculum Maps with Assessment Data Advancing the work: 21st Century Upgrades You will also be introduced to the entire Mapping to the Core suite, Mapping to the Core: LiveBook andMapping to the Core: LivePlanner, which allows you to develop a customized professional development plan for your setting. View or download the slides below: Dr.