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Richard Villa and Jacqueline Thousand

Monday, October 17, 2016 - 3:30pm

Presented by Richard Villa & Jacqueline Thousand

Differentiation of instruction for the diversity of our learners is the reality in today's classrooms and a tough task to take on alone. But co-teaching more than lightens that load. When you and a co-teacher bring together your individual skill sets and strategies, together you create a more enjoyable, creative, and productive teaching experience with more effective outcomes for your students.  Start with this interactive webinar, in which Villa and Thousand compare and contrast the four predominant approaches to co-teaching, provide tools to support co-teachers on their partnership journey, and explore logistical issues such as scheduling. 


maria dove and andrea honigsfeld

Monday, October 23, 2017 - 3:30pm

Presented by Maria Dove and Andrea Honigsfeld

The proof is born out by test results: our non-native speakers learn faster and achieve more when general ed and EL teachers co-plan and co-deliver instruction in the very same classroom. That’s why you won’t want to miss this webinar from EL experts Maria Dove and Andrea Honigsfeld. Step by step, they’ll walk you through the entire collaborative instruction cycle, along seven potential models from which to choose.


Jackie Walsh and Beth Sattes

Monday, November 14, 2016 - 3:30pm

Presented by Jackie Walsh & Beth Sattes

Join co-authors Jackie Walsh and Beth Sattes in a webinar that will introduce you to the six core practices featured in Quality Questioning, Second Edition. Deepen your understanding of how the quality questioning process serves to activate student self-assessment, support student-to-student and student-to-teacher dialogue, and yield responses that serve as formative feedback teachers use to decide next steps in instruction. Explore opportunities for partnering with students to co-create a classroom community that celebrates learning for all, not right answers by a few.


Larry Ainsworth, Kara Vandas, Mary Jane O'Connell

Monday, September 19, 2016 - 3:30pm

Presented by Larry Ainsworth, Kara Vandas, & Mary Jane O’Connell

Imagine the possibility of tripling students’ rate of academic growth in the span of just one year. Such a vast leap sounds like a dream, but the research tells us that accelerating learning in this dramatic way is not just a far-reaching hope; in fact, it’s doable for every teacher, in every classroom. Providing students with a deep understanding of specific learning intentions and success criteria brings a type of clarity that results in just that kind of exponential acceleration.  This webinar will introduce participants to practical methods that can significantly accelerate learning for all students by ensuring both teachers, and their students, are absolutely clear about what students need to learn, why they are learning it, and how.


The Best Collaborative and Instructional Strategies for Supporting Our ELs

Monday, October 29, 2018 - 3:30pm

Presented by Maria Dove, Andrea Honigsfeld, Diane Staehr Fenner, and Sydney Snyder

Talk about the benefits of collaboration! Here’s a rare opportunity to participate in a presentation led by Co-Teaching for English Learners authors Maria Dove and Andrea Honigsfeld, and Unlocking English Learners’ Potential authors Diane Staehr Fenner and Sydney Snyder on the best collaborative and instructional strategies for scaffolding instruction across content areas.


Fostering Collective Efficacy: 3 Enabling Conditions

Monday, May 21, 2018 - 3:30pm

Presented by Jenni Donohoo

What matters most in raising student achievement? Research identifies collective efficacy—the shared belief that what we do really matters—as the number-one factor. When teacher teams believe that they can positively impact student learning, it results in a number of productive patterns of behavior: deeper implementation of high-yield strategies, increased teacher leadership, high expectations, and a strong focus on academic pursuits. Join us to learn more about what collective efficacy is, why it's important, and how to foster efficacy to ensure equity, promote well-being, and enhance public confidence in education.


 Student-Centered Coaching from a Distance: Coaching for Rigor and Engagement

Monday, February 22, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Diane Sweeney and Leanna Harris

Student-Centered Coaching is an evidence-based model for instructional coaching that promotes teacher learning by focusing on outcomes for students. In this webinar, participants will learn moves for coaching from a distance, with a particular emphasis on creating conditions for rigor and engagement. These practices are applicable whether coaching in-person, hybrid, or virtually. They also address the urgency around equity and access for all students.


Helping Parents Support Their Children's Wellbeing During Distance Learning

Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 4:00pm

A Cultures of Dignity Event Presented by Rosalind Wiseman

Cultures of Dignity co-founder and best-selling author, Rosalind Wiseman discusses strengthening family well-being and supporting children’s education while distance learning. Rosalind will use her brand new publication The Distance Learning Playbook for Parents to give them concrete skills to support the social, emotional, and educational needs of our children while giving parents much-needed guidance for their own well-being as well.


CLARITY: What Matters Most in Learning, Teaching, and Leading

Monday, December 9, 2019 - 3:30pm

Presented by Lyn Sharratt

Bringing Clarity to the elements that sharpen precision-in-practice ensures knowing “where to next.” Gaining Clarity is dependent on a set of interrelated concepts deployed within an evidence-proven framework and implemented consistently and reflectively across all systems, schools, and classrooms. Join Lyn Sharratt in this three-part webinar, in which she describes how Clarity can be realized in 1. Learning, 2. Teaching, and 3. Leading. Lyn promises no silver bullets; after all, there are none. The real power of data, she insists, resides in the “aha” outcomes of collaborative conversations with, and ‘roll-up-your sleeves’ work by ALL stakeholders, focused on students’ faces, as data today is instruction tomorrow.


 Learning that Transfers: Designing Curriculum for a Changing World

Monday, April 5, 2021 - 3:30pm

Presented by Julie Stern

Synthesizing the best available research on how we learn, educators can design units and lesson plans that prepare our students to meet the challenges of an uncertain future. Join Julie Stern and co-authors for this cutting-edge webinar that will demonstrate a systematic way to empower students to apply their learning to new situations.



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