Presented by Al Kershman, Executive Vice President, Shear Kershman Labs; and Shelli Hornberger, COO, Trust Think Products
In this edWebinar, Lynn Walters, Vice President of Professional Learning at HMH, will explore social and emotional competencies and collectively attend to the social-emotional well-being of teachers, students, and their families.
Join Dr. Mike Marvel and James Palcik of Flinn Scientific as they discuss how the right safety procedures and instructional approaches can make for effective and engaging science laboratory and “hands-on” STEM experiences for middle school and high school students.
Join this edWebinar to learn about the Back to School Instructional Program Scheduling Map. The map includes multiple ideas for addressing special education compliance, staffing teams, and student schedules given health, safety, and social distancing requirements while prioritizing equity.
The extent of the challenges and unknowns involved in safely reopening our schools may seem daunting, but educational organizations and schools now involved in the process are developing helpful frameworks and innovative solutions that show what can be accomplished and how.
In this edWebinar, leaders of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and Brooklyn Laboratory Charter Schools (LAB), in New York City, will discuss key questions we must all consider as we begin the journey back to school – from the school bus ride to the dismissal bell.
During this edWebinar, Michael DiSpezio will cover the basics of viruses and planetary impact, especially focusing on the COVID-19 virus.
This edWebinar will offer a breakdown of the current research on student mental health, strategies for supporting student and one’s own well-being, and offer practical ways to put it to use.
The research that came out of a recent white paper highlights the issues around the increasing crisis in adolescent mental health. In a recent edWebinar, the presenters emphasized the need for school districts “to intervene with students as quickly as possible to keep them safe.”
In this edWebinar, you’ll see examples of how Chromebooks, G Suite for Education apps, and Gaggle, can keep students secure in the context of privacy, data, digital monitoring, and citizenship.