This edWebinar will unpack the specific practices that coaches and teachers are using to implement research-backed classroom management strategies.
In this edWebinar, practitioners and researchers will discuss the attributes of an effective instructional coaching program.
If you get some down time over the holidays, it’s a great time to catch up on some of the most popular edWebinars of 2019! This year we hosted 331 edWebinars, 46 more than in 2018. Our programs covered a wide range of timely topics for early childhood educators, librarians, teachers, and administrators. In 2019, our edWebinars had 475,000 views from educators all around the world, in 185 countries.
Learn how district and campus leaders can develop a standard of care and a culture of transparency and accountability for ethical behavior with take back resources and strategies you can use in your school or district.
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.
Join in this edWebinar discussion as the superintendent, the director of curriculum, and the instructional technology and the supervisor of blended learning in the Meriden Public School District in Connecticut share the collaborative work they do to assure that professional learning experiences for teachers, administrators and staff in their school district is impactful and effective in changing classroom practice across their district.
“Don’t call it professional development—call it professional learning.” Jill Abbott Sr. Vice President and Managing Director at SIIA, made this statement in a recent edWebinar, with Jeff Mao, CEO, Edmoxie LLC, Bruce Umpstead, Director of State Programs at IMS Global Learning Consortium, and Ilya Zeldin, Founder and CEO of 2gnoMe. The panelists recommended that educational leaders take a deep breath and recognize that there is a crisis happening in our districts. There are a vast plethora of people who could be the best teachers ever, yet they don’t want to be in the profession. It is not easy for teachers to thrive and to grow when teacher professional development is irrelevant, generic, and unsustainable. A familiar comment by teachers regarding district or school-wide professional development is, “Well, we’re just going to ride this one out because it is going to change in two years or when we get a new administrator.” The panelists suggest that if “we can get the professional development piece done collaboratively with teachers, not at teachers, maybe we can retain and recruit highly qualified engaging and innovative educators.
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 provide specific insights into the steps that teachers can take to ensure they build a positive, highly engaged culture in the classroom.
During this edWebinar, we will bring together three former State EdTech Directors to highlight best practices and lessons learned from their experience with system-level initiatives that include support for teachers.