Teacher Wellness: How Curriculum Can Support Teacher Confidence
Tuesday January 16, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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In this engaging edWebinar, Kevin Baird will refocus the question of curriculum efficacy from one that looks only at student achievement to one that also considers the teacher’s sense of confidence and well-being as a classroom’s instructional leader. Instead of asking simply “How does this help students accelerate learning?”, Kevin will propose that decision-makers look at everyone affected by a curriculum implementation. Topics we will cover include:
- Current research on the state of teacher wellness and the link to classroom outcomes
- Highest impact areas for teacher enablement
- Pragmatic and practical steps to increase support to teachers that translates directly into student learning
There will be time to get your questions answered during this live, interactive event. K-12 classroom and special education teachers, instructional leaders, professional development specialists as well as all building and district administrators are invited to attend. Join Kevin for this exploration of how teacher confidence creates higher student achievement!
About the Presenter
Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board of the Center for College and Career Readiness, is a co-author of the Pathway for College & Career Standards Implementation. For more than 20 years he has served schools, districts, state and national education offices as an expert in the use of technology to achieve college and career ready outcomes along with implementation of change models to drive sustainable, enhanced learning outcomes.
Kevin is the creator of the Common Core Black Belt Certification Graduate Program accredited by the University of Southern California, Rossier School of Education, and serves as graduate faculty for numerous blended learning courses for school administrators. He has participated in educational research on every continent except Antarctica. Kevin is a frequent keynote speaker and consultant working with some of the largest districts in the United States and with governments around the world. Follow him on Twitter @KevinEBaird.
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