Presented by Sabrina Manville, Co-Founder and COO, Edmit, and former AVP, Southern New Hampshire University; and Seth Brecher, School Partnerships Lead, Edmit, and former College Summit Teacher and Department Chair, Duke Ellington School of the Arts
Presented by David Rose, MA, Director, Education Partners, Lexia Learning; and Meg Van Voorhis, M.Ed., Director, Learning and Development, Lexia Learning
Now that the 2020-21 school year is underway, district leaders must continue to respond in new ways to fast-changing situations resulting not just from COVID-19, but also from equity issues, and in many locations from environmental problems as well.
Jane Squires, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Twombly, M.S. share how using a parent-completed screening tool helps your program’s children and families.
Presented by Dr. Michael A. DiSpezio, Science Author and Educator
Join us for an edWebinar to explore the topic of trauma, the brain, and effective strategies to help teachers, students, and their families reach positive outcomes in school and at home.
While most educators and students are returning to the familiar classrooms left abruptly in March, teaching this upcoming year will be anything but business as usual. According to Aimee Dearmon, Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), in a recent edWebinar sponsored by STAR Autism Support, the disruption of routines, schedules, classroom layouts, and necessary social distancing protocols will be very difficult for our most vulnerable students with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Presented by Al Kershman, Executive Vice President, Shear Kershman Labs; and Shelli Hornberger, COO, Trust Think Products
Presented by Michael D. Toth, Education Author, Applied Research Center leader, and CEO of Learning Sciences International (LSI); Meg Bowen, Executive Director, Core Instruction at Learning Sciences International (LSI); and Emily Naumann, District Partnerships at Learning Sciences International (LSI)
As we head rapidly towards back-to-school time, schools and districts are facing rapidly changing circumstances as a result of the coronavirus. MCH Strategic Data has released a map to help everyone involved in education to keep up with the latest information and data. View the map here. Here is more information on this new resource.