In this edWebinar, Dr. Cindy Elsberry, former Superintendent at Horry County, South Carolina, illustrates that schools can design learning experiences that students will enjoy.
This edWebinar will empower educators with knowledge of the science of learning and development so they can help more children reach their full potential as learners, no matter their start in life.
In this engaging edWebinar, Dr. Berry-Jones explores what culture means for students, including their relationships to home, peers, and school.
Presented by Daniel Hurewitz, Associate Professor of History, Hunter College, and Advisor, New York City Department of Education; and Mary Kennedy, Senior Producer, The WNET Group
Presented by Robert “Bob” Krech, Writer, Elementary Math Consultant, Advisor for PBS Cyberchase, The WNET Group; Lily Fincher, Early Childhood Education Administrator, NYC Department of Education, Division of Early Childhood Education; Omar Etman, Coordinator of Multilingual Learning, NYC Department of Education, Division of Early Childhood Education; and KJ Vanderiet, Associate Content Producer, The WNET Group
Presented by Andrew Fletcher, Senior Executive Director, Early Literacy, New York City Department of Education; Rebekah Nelson, Instructional Specialist, Early Literacy, New York City Department of Education; and Sandy Goldberg, Education Director, The WNET Group
Presented by Dr. Peter Aiken, Superintendent, Manheim Central School District (PA); Dr. Amy Carter, Superintendent, Meridian Public School District (MS); Dr. Matthew Dillon, Superintendent, Petal School District (MS); and Dan Leffingwell, Superintendent, Noble Local School District (OH)
Moderated by Ann McMullan, Project Director, EmpowerED Superintendent Initiative, CoSN (Consortium for School Networking)
Presented by Cathlin Goulding, Ed.D., Co-Director, YURI: An Asian American Education Project, and Teacher, Adolescent Social Studies Program, City University of New York; Freda Lin, Co-Director, YURI: An Asian American Education Project, and Teacher; and Kristina Kirtley, Senior Producer, Content and Youth Engagement, WNET New York Public Media
Presented by Khuzama Rizwan Khan, Director of Program and Knowledge Management, Girl Rising; and Stacie Cassat Green, Principal, 64 Crayons
Moderated by Kayce Freed Jennings, Director of the Girl Rising Educator Program, Girl Rising
Presented by Jon Bernstein, Executive Director, NCTET with Guest Panelists: Amanda Karhuse, President, NCTET; Dr. John B. King, Jr., President and CEO, The Education Trust; Dr. Tiffany Anderson, Superintendent, Topeka Public Schools (KS); Becky Pringle, President, National Education Association; Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent, St. Vrain Valley School District (CO); and Luvelle Brown, Ed.D., Superintendent, Ithaca City School District (NY)