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All of these sessions are now available on demand! We tackle current events and contemporary issues, covering media literacy, science, global citizenship and contemporary antisemitism. 

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Thank you for an exciting day of webinars on March 14, 2018. These webinars are now all avaiable on demand -- and for free!

Today's keynote goes in-depth on what schools can do to address the Me Too movement with students, faculty and staff. Check out the full array of Wednesday sessions that span the curriculum, grade ranges and include resources for students, teachers and school staff as well as for schools and districts.

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Sessions are now available on-demand.

Share My Lesson Virtual Conference
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Thank you for an exciting day of webinars on March 15, 2018.  All sessions are now available on demand, for free!

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English Language Arts, Civics and Social Studies

Sessions are now available on-demand.

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On August 28, 1963, approximately 250,000 people participated in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which is considered to be one of the largest peaceful political rallies for human rights in history. Among other events, the march participants gathered at the Lincoln Memorial to hear Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech. Many consider The Great March on Washington to be the event that encouraged the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Share My Lesson team has created this collection of free lessons and classroom materials to help middle and high school educators teach their students about this historic event.

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National Standards and Assessments

Sessions are now available on-demand

Skier Olympic Winter Games
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The Share My Lesson team has highlighted some free lesson plans, activities, worksheets and class materials that you can use to bring the Winter Olympics into your classroom. From videos about the science behind different Olympic events to hosting your own mini-Olympics, we’ve got everything you need to present a gold medal-worthy lesson.

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This curated collection of humanities professional development webinars features a variety of free resources for developing a summer reading program, understanding phonological awareness, engaging students through digital multimedia and using primary sources.

Now On-Demand: Available for six hours of PD credit.

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Now On-Demand: Available for four hours of PD credit.

These featured science and math webinars offer a fresh take on easy-to-use teaching materials on complex concepts, featuring interactive content like digital media and video lessons—all designed to give you new ways to involve students in their learning.