Lesson Study: Exploring the Impact of Student-Centered Learning on Mathematics

Lesson Study Webinar: Exploring the Impact of Student-Centered Learning on Mathematics. Register Now. October 13, 2020. 4 PM EST / 1 PM EST

As remote learning becomes part of our new reality due to COVID-19, it is critical that schools set up structures to address the challenges and inequities that occur with online education. Now, more than ever, we need systems that support collaborative inquiry so teachers can test and refine practices that center student thinking, support deeper learning and build students’… Read More ›

Actionable Strategies to Support Students’ Social-Emotional Behavior Skills

This fall, social-emotional behavior (SEB) functioning will be critical to students’ academic success. Every student will return to learning having been impacted by school closures, social distancing and social unrest. Dr. Gregory Fabiano, Professor of Psychology, Florida International University, will provide a close look at Tier 1 SEB supports that educators can use to help… Read More ›

Shifting to a Hybrid Learning System

Hybrid school is in the news every day as one strategy to respond to the possibility of school closures during the coming school year. But for some schools and providers, hybrid instruction has been a strategy in development and operation for many years. Staff from StrongMind will lead a discussion with two veteran hybrid school… Read More ›

Cultivating Connections After Trauma: Relationship Equity in Your Classroom


Interactions are at the heart of healing yet teachers sometimes overlook whether connections are equitably distributed across children in their classrooms. To explore this, teachers may ask themselves questions, such as “Who in your care is most connected to you or approaches you for comfort or to share something from their personal life?” Amanda Wiliford,… Read More ›

Learning in the Time of Coronavirus

In this webinar, Learning in the Time of Coronavirus: School Leaders on Managing Change, Maintaining High-Quality Learning for All, and Innovating for Future Success, hosted by the Aurora Institute, several district leaders will share their response strategies, policies, and lessons learned from remote learning. In addition, leaders will discuss the underlying changes needed to ensure… Read More ›

Hands-on and Virtual: STEM Learning from a Distance


In this webinar, EiE, the curricular division of the Museum of Science, Boston, will discuss how hands-on learning IS possible, even from a distance. Right now, educators across the globe are working to reach their students and engage them in meaningful STEM learning. During this edWebinar, attendees will first gain an understanding of why hands-on… Read More ›

Coming Out Stronger and Successful: From Remote Learning to New Hybrid Models


Schools and systems have been forced to rapidly respond to the closures of physical spaces and the introduction of remote-learning at scale. This webinar will explore the transition at scale of the Fresno Unified School District (FUSD), the fourth largest in California, and the conditions FUSD had in place beforehand which reduced disruption and positioned… Read More ›