Congress passed ESSA in 2015, but one area still challenging schools is the tiers for evidence-based interventions and materials. In a recent edWebinar, “Professional Learning in Action: Evidence-Based Practices for Student Success,” leaders from the Ohio Department of Education explained how a statewide initiative is helping administrators and teachers not only understand the tiers but also provide assistance in selecting the best materials for their students.
When educators think about diversity in the classroom, culture may be one of the characteristics that crosses their mind. But as they select their curriculum and develop their lessons, most teachers are not accounting for how culture will impact a student’s ability to participate and learn, says Dr. Almitra Berry-Jones, nationally recognized speaker, author, and consultant on the topic of culturally and linguistically diverse learners at-risk. In her edWebinar, “Cultural Relevance and Academic Equity in the Age of ESSA,” Dr. Berry-Jones explained how understanding the impact of culture, adopting a student-first mindset, and creating multiple points of engagement with the same content will help teachers move towards academic equity in their classroom.
In this engaging edWebinar, Dr. Berry-Jones explores what culture means for students, including their relationships to home, peers, and school.
Join Michael Campbell of Forward Thinking EDU and Charles Blaschke of Education Turnkey Systems, the leading expert on education funding, to understand how the 2018 budgets for federal and state governments will impact marketing and sales at education service providers and at the school district level
The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) and Empirical Education Inc. have recently released the Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting EdTech Impact Research in U.S. K-12 Schools. These guidelines help clarify how research is conducted and how information is presented to users of edtech products based on the changes brought by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). In “Measuring Edtech Impact in the ESSA Era,” experts delved into the details of the guidelines.
This edWebinar will introduce you to the new approach to evidence about which edtech products really work in K-12 schools.
Presented by Steve Rowley, CEO and Founding Partner, Acumen Partners Hosted by Michael Campbell, President, Forward Thinking EDU Co-hosted by edWeb.net and MCH Strategic Data WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING If you attended the live session, you’ll be emailed a CE certificate within 24 hours of the edWebinar. If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the Education Marketing Focus community and go to the edWebinar Archives… read more →
Join Steve Rowley and Michael Campbell of Acumen Partners to learn about the latest updates, what we are seeing in the new administration with ESSA, and how it will impact your business as you close out the selling season and begin planning for 2017–2018.
Join us for an introduction to individualized learning where Gene Kerns, Ed.D. will address the three major components of individualized learning.
In 2015, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was implemented, replacing the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Due to the rapid transition from NCLB to ESSA, it is important for educators and vendors to be aware of the key differences between the two. Steve Rowley, CEO of Acumen Partners, with Michael Campbell, Vice President of Acumen Partners, presented the latest updates on ESSA in the webinar, “Making Sense of ESSA: What You Need to Know,” co-hosted by edWeb.net and MCH Strategic Data.