Presented by Beth Pandolpho, Educator, Instructional Coach, and Author; and Katie Cubano, Educator, Instructional Coach, and Author
Presented by Jay Meadows, CEO, Exemplars; and Jessica Alstete, Elementary School Teacher and Content Creator, Sunflower Scaffolds
Moderated by Alaina Cioffi, Director of Sales, Exemplars
Presented by Margarita Calderón, Ph.D., Author and English Language Learning Expert, Benchmark Education
Presented by Dr. Leanna Prater, Adoption Lead, US, LEGO® Education
Presented by Kamilah Simpson, Product Specialist, Amplify Education
Presented by Megan Davis, LISW-S and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500)
In this edWebinar, join Heather Fuller, high school educator and creator of the Unbroken Curriculum, in transforming your classroom by building a culture of oracy through focused talk and literacy.
Current employment trends and future projections all point towards continued growth in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs, as well as the need for STEM-related skills in other fields. Yet, recent math proficiency levels among American students remain low, at just 44% in fourth grade and 33% at the eighth-grade level, and the math score trend lines are not showing significant improvement.
In this edWebinar, we’ll discuss resources that help promote mathematical thinking, ideas for implementing strategic classroom changes, and activities to ensure a powerful transformation.
Todd Nesloney, Principal of Webb Elementary in Navasota, TX, dreams of an environment where children are excited to come to school everyday, rather than excited to leave. In a school with a population that is 85% minority and almost 90% free-and-reduced lunch, how does the staff at Webb Elementary approach their students and what are some of the innovative programs behind the school’s success? In this edWeb.net webinar, Todd gave examples of how he works with his students and staff based on his own experiences.