Get Recognized for Advancing Digital Teaching and Citizenship

This webinar presented by Louisa Sullivan, Senior Community Strategist at  Common Sense Education, will provide an overview of the Common Sense… Read More »


Building Competencies for Careers: Preparing Students for Twenty-First-Century Jobs

Truly innovative schools teach students how to apply content knowledge learned in the classroom to real-world situations while helping them… Read More »


Competency Education: A Reflection on the Field and Future Directions

This webinar, hosted by CompetencyWorks co-founders Susan Patrick and Chris Sturgis, will explore on the current state of competency-based educationand developments in the field of… Read More »


Digital Portfolios in the Classroom

In this webinar based on his new book, Digital Portfolios in the Classroom: Showcasing and Assessing Student Work, author Matt… Read More »


Mastering Formative Assessment Moves: 7 High-Leverage Practices to Advance Student Learning

This webinar will explore how formative assessment can improve teaching and learning during instruction. Brent Duckor and Carrie Holmberg, authors… Read More »


The Next Generation of Differentiation: The Path to More Powerful Personalization

As education continues to change, so does our definition of differentiation. In this webinar, Madeline Ahearn, Curriculum Administrator in Eugene… Read More »


Solving the Homework Problem by Flipping the Learning

In this webinar, Jonathan Bergmann, author of Solving the Homework Problem by Flipping the Learning will discuss how to “flip” learning… Read More »


How Competency-Based Education is Changing Teaching and Learning in K-12

In this webinar, a panel of experts will share insights on why competency-based education (CBE) matters and what it looks like… Read More »

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Measuring Non-Cognitive Skills to Meet ESSA Requirements: What We Can Learn from Research on Student Engagement

As part of the reauthorization of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), states are now required to include a fifth… Read More »


How Games Can Be a Centerpiece for Student-Driven Learning

In this edWebinar, Matthew Farber, Ed.D., social studies teacher and game-based learning author, and Steve Isaacs, video game design and… Read More »

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