Are you looking for support in and outside the classroom to help build reslience and engagement among students, school staff, parents and community members?
Join us for these free, for-credit webinars on resilience, building community, classroom management, and more.
Keynote: The State of Public Education 2022
March 21 at 6 p.m. EDT | PreK-12
AFT President Randi Weingarten
Join this special welcome session for an important update on the state of public education and help us kick off the 2022 Virtual Conference. It’s also the last day to enter the self-care giveaway.
Leveraging Effective Feedback to Impact Student Growth
March 22 at 1 p.m. EDT | Grades 6-12
A recent peer-reviewed research paper by Dr. John Hattie, author of Visible Learning, and Turnitin’s team of educators used data from Turnitin Feedback Studio to explore how different forms of feedback affect student performance. In this session, we’ll break down the findings from the study and show how you can apply them in your instructional practice.
Building Community to Center Student Voice
March 22 at 5 p.m. EDT | PreK-12
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
Join the NBPTS for a panel discussion on building community for all students to ensure each student voice is uplifted and valued. Participants will leave with actionable practices to implement in their classrooms to respect students’ varying backgrounds and strengthen learning experiences for all.
Lead4Change: A Civic Engagement Solution for Grades 6-12
March 23 at 1 p.m. EDT | Grades 6-12
Meet your teaching needs with a free and credible civic engagement solution for students in grades 6-12. Take students on a journey to strengthen leadership capacity and turn their passion into action! Lead4Change is a leadership program with a community service framework that helps students make big things happen and achieve results.
Addressing Students’ Needs: Strategies for Success in K-12
March 23 at 5 p.m. EDT | K-12
How do we address the needs of all students, especially during challenging times? In this session, Barbara Blackburn will discuss several practical ways to assess students’ needs, as well as instructional strategies to meet those needs.
Community Schools: Building Successful Relationships Part 1
March 24 at 3 p.m. EDT | PreK-12
AFT Community Schools
Join the AFT for helpful resources and tools for school and district administrators, educators, support personnel and family members wanting to be more connected and find support in and outside the classroom. This webinar is the first in a monthly series exploring what makes community schools successful, and it will dive into one of the core elements of a community school: family engagement.
Using Stories to Explore Persistence, Resilience, Voice and Allyship with Students
March 24 at 4 p.m. EDT | Grades 3-8
Join Girl Rising for a lively conversation about how powerfully told stories—and the resources that support them—can encourage students to think deeply about persistence, resilience, voice, allyship and how they can be part of change. Participants will learn about Girl Rising’s new upper elementary and middle school unit: Discovering the Changemaker Within.
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