Presented by Kent Pekel, Ed.D., President and CEO, Search Institute; Julia Freeland Fisher, Director, Education Research, The Christensen Institute; and Mahnaz Charania, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, Education, The Christensen Institute
Presented by Venola Mason, Associate Partner, International Center for Leadership in Education; and Meaghan Pavlovich, Ed.D., Director, Product Management & Strategy, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
In this edWebinar, Doug Fisher will discuss a framework for making daily improvements in engaging your students, highlighting opportunities that offer the greatest benefit in the least amount of time.
This edWebinar will share the lessons, mindsets, beliefs, and classroom expectations that high-performing teachers use daily in their practice to support student achievement through rigor, relevance, and relationships.
In this edWebinar learn about the unique contributions of women in leadership and how building and maintaining strong relationships is critical to success.
This edWebinar will discuss a simple framework and process for cultivating a culture centered around high expectations, resilience, and creativity.
Join the Reaching At-Promise Students Association’s (RAPSA) edWebinar to learn more about how you can join this initiative to move students from at-risk to at-promise.
This edWebinar is designed to help educators understand the critical nature of relationships and the impact they have on student learning.
A positive relationship is a prerequisite for learning. In the presentation, we look at practical steps for enabling positive classrooms, decreasing disciplinary issues, and engaging the left-out learner. This webinar will be especially valuable for teachers, administrators, department chairs and PLC teams.