Presented by Rebecca Honig, Chief Content and Curriculum Officer, ParentPowered, creator of Ready4K; and Françoise Lartigue, Senior Content and Curriculum Specialist, ParentPowered, creator of Ready4K
Data, Equity, and Support for Success in Middle School Mathematics: A Case Study with Geoffrey Canada and Harlem Children’s Zone®
Presented by Geoffrey Canada, President, Harlem Children’s Zone®
Moderated by Ray Paul Biron, NexGen Education
Presented by Christine Danhoff, Technology Integration Specialist, Genoa Area Local Schools (OH); and Lauren Watkins, Marketing Director, Unruly Splats
Presented by Dr. Troy Hicks, Professor of English and Education, Author, and Consultant, Central Michigan University; and Andrew Schoenborn, Author and English Teacher, Mount Pleasant Public Schools (MI)
In this edWebinar, we explore the metacognitive and social-emotional skills to best help students navigate this academic and personal life with success, as well as how educators can reinforce these skills, whether in person or at a distance.
In this edWebinar, we’ll discuss how educators can create sustainable behavior change by incorporating gaming principles into their approach to PBIS.
In this edWebinar, we’ll discuss why implementing a PBIS framework that focuses holistically on student engagement — and not simply behavior — is not only more likely to promote positive behavior change but to lead to measurable gains in SEL and school climate.
In this edWebinar, Teddy Redding dives into the concept of close reading and presents techniques educators can use to teach students to “read like writers.”
Healthy Food + Healthy Ecosystems = Healthy Neighborhoods (A Summer Garden Program for Middle School Youth)
Middle schoolers can get a lot out of the school garden experience, from growing food to learning about the science underlying the natural world. At CitySprouts summer youth program in Cambridge, MA