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Hours of free webinars and thousands of professional development (PD) credit distributed, View the 2020 Virtual Conference sessions and check out the 2020 Back to School webinars.

Note: Many of the Share My Lesson webinars are eligible for one hour of recertification credit, per your school district's approval. You may want to check with your district prior to the webinar. After participating in a webinar, you'll be able to download a certificate of completion. Learn how you can earn professional development credit.

The 2019 Share My Lesson Virtual Conference Webinars are now on-demand.

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As we prepare for the holiday season, we invite you to attend our Health and Wellness series. Designed with our educators in mind, we are sure there is something for everyone to enjoy.

VIRTUAL ZUMBA: AN EXERCISE PARTY FOR YOUR BODY
Dec. 1 at 6PM EST
Glenda Macal, Fort Bend AFT President and Zumba Instructor
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/virtual-zumba-exercise-party...

TOTAL BODY FITNESS: FIGHT THE QUARANTINE 15
Dec. 3 at 5PM EST
Susan Lafond, AFAA and Spinning® instructor
https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/total-body-fitness-fight-qua...

If you missed any of the Health and Wellness series webinars, please visit them on demand:

HOW TO BE STILL IN CHAOTIC TIMES: RESEARCH-BASED STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATORS WITH MARC BRACKETT
Dr. Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feel and director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/how-to-be-still-research-bas...

ZUMBA PLATE: NUTRITION FOR YOUR BODY
Glenda Macal, Fort Bend AFT President and Zumba Instructor
https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/zumba-plate-nutrition-your-b...

A TRUSTED SPACE, REDIRECTING GRIEF TO GROWTH: PUT ON YOUR OWN OXYGEN MASK FIRST
Lori Woodley, Founder and CEO of All It Takes
https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/trusted-space-redirecting-gr...
On Thursday, October 29th, we will be hosting our last two Civics Webinars. We hope that you are planning to join us for these interesting topics. We truly appeciate your attendance during Civics Month and hope the Webinars were interesting and useful to you.

Teaching the Untold American History with Multimedia
Oct. 29 at 5PM EDT
Tara Walsh, Makematics and Patrick Riccards, The Driving Force Institute for Public Engagement
Grades 6-12
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/teaching-untold-american-his...

Preparing Students to Lead a Sustainable World via Climate Education
Oct 29th at 6:00PM EDT
Laura Schifter, K12 Climate Action at the Aspen Institute
Frank Niepold, NOAA and the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
Anisa Heming, The Center for Green Schools

Nichole Berg with Portland Public Schools
All Grades
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/preparing-students-lead-sust...

If you missed any of the previous webinars, please be sure to review them on Demand where you may watch at your convenience.
https://sharemylesson.com/collections/civic-education-and-2020-election-...
Tomorrow we will be hosting two new SML Webinars. I hope you can join us. Also, I thank you for joining us last week if you were able.

Tips for Remote Teaching in a Time of Controversy
Oct. 22, at 5 p.m. EDT
Lora De Salvo and Aileen McQuillen, iCivics
Grades 6-12
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/tips-remote-teaching-time-co...

Teaching The Social Dilemma: Taking Back Control from Tech
Oct. 22, at 6 p.m. EDT
David Jay and Doug Keller, Center for Humane Technology
Grades 6-12
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/teach-social-dilemma
Join us for tomorrow's two new, for-credit webinars:

Civics in Real Life: Resources for Virtual Instruction
Thursday, Oct. 15, at 5 p.m. EDT
Steve Masyada, Val McVey and Chris Spinale, Lou Frey Institute) at the University of Central Florida
Grades 6-12
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/civics-real-life-resources-v...

Using Books to Energize Civic Engagement Education
Thursday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m. EDT
Leslie Getzinger, AFT; Shalonda Jenkins, First Book; Caroline O’Connor, SAG-AFTRA Foundation
Grades preK-12
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/using-books-energize-civic-e...
I hope you'll join!

Election 2020: Are Your Students Ready to Take Informed Action?
Oct. 8, at 5 p.m. EDT
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/election-2020-are-your-stude...
Elizabeth R. Osborn, Indiana University Center on Representative Government
Grades 6-12

Prepare your students to act as knowledgeable and informed participants in the 2020 elections, even if they are not old enough to vote. This session will help you create and sustain an inquiry process that involves an examination of primary sources and teaching strategies for educating your students about the struggle and sacrifices made in the U.S. and internationally to ensure access to the ballots. Analyzing primary sources from around the world, and from the free interactive civics game Engaging Congress, will provide concrete illustrations of this theme. Presenters and participants will share online resources that your students can explore when looking for their own examples. The session will then move on to showcase a veritable “choice board” of ways to get your students actively involved in the election process at the local level. Whether you are face-to-face in a traditional classroom or in a remote learning setting, this session will help you prepare your students to take informed action this fall and to be civically engaged!

Fundamental: Teaching Racial and Gender Justice Amid COVID-19
Oct. 8, at 6 p.m. EDT
REGISTER: https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/teaching-racial-gender-justi...
Lori Adelman, Global Fund for Women; Micia Mosely, Black Teacher Project
Grades 6-12
COVID-19 has seen the transformation of many real-life classrooms into digital spaces led not only by teachers, but also by families and community members. At the same time, a racial justice uprising is taking place across the U.S., and continued attacks on women’s health and rights, both in the U.S. and globally, are ongoing. How can we turn what looks like a crisis into an opportunity? How can educators seize this moment not only to maintain their education goals, but also to make the classroom a space for understanding pathways to racial and gender justice? Bring your ideas to this conversation, and hear from a diverse array of educators who are re-imagining education, including through the use of the Global Fund for Women and YouTube Original’s powerful film series Fundamental, directed by two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy. Across five short episodes, Fundamental follows activists leading the charge for gender and racial justice globally. Launched earlier this year, the films are sparking important conversations on racism, patriarchy, anti-Blackness, intersectionality, social movements, gender-based violence, girls’ leadership, and more. Optional: You can watch the 17-minute Fundamental episode, "Rising Power: Building an Intersectional Justice Movement in the United States" prior to the webinar.
I wanted to flag three new webinars coming up this week and next week on ELLs and distance learning and preventing the summer slide. All three can be viewed on the link below. They are free and you will receive PD credit (assuming your school district accepts it).

Learn more and register: https://sharemylesson.com/partner/share-my-lesson-webinars

Distance Learning and English Language Learners: What Have We Learned So Far?
AFT, SupportEd, Colorín Colorado
Thursday, April 30, 2020
at 3:00pm EDT

How Parents Can Help Stem a "COVID-19 Learning Slide" Webinar
ACT and the American Federation of Teachers
Thursday, May 7, 2020
at 1:00pm EDT

Preventing Summer Learning Loss: Strategies for Educators, Districts and Parents
AFT and Springboard Collaborative
Thursday, May 7, 2020
at 3:30pm ET

We wrapped up our annual Share My Lesson Virtual Conference last month. Be sure to check out the 42 webinars - PD credit is still available. https://sharemylesson.com/vc2020

My best,
Kelly Booz
Director of Share My Lesson
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