In this edWebinar, Patti Drapeau shares practical, evidence-based practices that focus instruction on empowerment and student independance.
In this edWebinar, we will explore a variety of policies and practices that aim to address the foundational challenges of achieving educational equity in the United States. We will also highlight ways educators can address equity in their school systems.
Join this edWebinar to learn simple strategies to support students during small-group instruction, helping them grow as independent readers.
Discover why choice and relevancy are two powerful levers for engaging learners that educators can use to increase student motivation and engagement.
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 discuss a simple framework and process for cultivating a culture centered around high expectations, resilience, and creativity.
In this edWebinar, we’ll uncover a comprehensive model for measuring student progress based on extensive research and input from thought leaders and innovative schools.
Engaging students with ADHD and attention challenges—rather than just managing their behavior—should be the goal for every teacher. Teachers worry, though, that they will have to create a separate curriculum or otherwise alter how they teach. Not so, said Ezra Werb, M.Ed., Educational Therapist and author, in his edWebinar “Engagement Strategies for Students with Attention Challenges: Lower Anxiety and Raise Confidence.” Instead, he offers strategies to lessen learners’ anxieties and raise their confidence so they can meet the same goals as their peers.
In this edWebinar, attendees will learn the five critical elements for early literacy instruction that are part of DVUSD’s vision and are at the heart of its recent successes.
This edWebinar is designed to help educators understand the critical nature of relationships and the impact they have on student learning.