Join this edWebinar to sharpen your focus on these essential skills, explore the progression of learning spanning from kindergarten to high school, and learn how math skills developed in the early years prepare students for Algebra 1.
This edWebinar will explore the benefits of advancing our own learning through a CoP and offer tips and strategies to lead a community from its inception through its implementation.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Scott McConnell and Dr. Jan Bryan will share strategies for teaching young students, along with practical tips for assessing your early learners more effectively.
Learn how co-design can help ensure that the activities and resources developed are meaningful and feasible, particularly for children from economically disadvantaged communities.
Learn strategies, easy to use tips, and resources to guide you in making the changes necessary to motivate teachers in their professional growth.
This edWebinar will review philosophy and theory related to developmentally appropriate practice for young learners in the primary grades, explore the pillars of the physical environment for academic learning that make up the APPEAL rating scale.
The goal of this edWebinar is to infuse your work with balance and energy as you clarify essential goals and make the most of your resources.
The management concept, the Peter Principle, where people become ineffective when promoted to a level where they no longer have the skills to be successful, is also applicable to teachers. According to Ginger Welch, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Oklahoma State University, in a recent edWebinar, whether highly successful teachers choose a career path that takes them out of the classroom or they choose to stay in the classroom, job-related burnout issues are a high possibility. It is essential to reduce these issues by keeping the passion for teaching alive and manage careers by addressing the stress and anxiety associated with burnout and learn how to control our cognitive thinking.
This edWebinar will provide trainers, coaches and administrators with ideas on how to engage participants during professional learning.
Learn about the four levels of support as well as practical, research-based practices for use in inclusive classrooms and other early learning environments.