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Essentials: Identifying What’s Most Important to Teach Webinar
October 4, 2016
Feel like there’s not enough time to teach all of the content in your standards documents? Our analysts have identified a focused set of Critical Concepts for each K–12 grade level.
The New Art and Science of Teaching Webinar
October 5, 2017
The New Art and Science of Teaching is an instructional framework that comprehensively addresses the well-researched components teachers use to make the most alterable effect on student achievement. In this webinar, Dr. Heflebower will overview the new framework, and she will highlight some of the design questions and corresponding elements.
A Teacher’s Guide to Standards-Based Learning Webinar
October 9, 2019
Author Jeff Flygare hosts this webinar, based on the book he coauthored, to share practical advice for adjusting to teaching, assessing, and grading in a standards-based classroom. Following a brief overview of why the change to standards-based helps both student and teacher, the presenter will identify the key adjustments teachers face as they work with standards.
Customizing the Critical Concepts Proficiency Scales Webinar
October 3, 2018
In this webinar, we’ll explain the eight-phase process used to identify and articulate the Critical Concepts in English language arts, mathematics, and science.
Supporting Beginning Teachers Webinar
October 22, 2015
Learn specific strategies for designing an effective mentoring program that provides the essential physical, emotional, instructional, and institutional support from mentors and coaches from the very beginning.
The Critical Concepts Proficiency Scales Webinar
October 7, 2020
The Critical Concepts provide a ready-made, state-standard-aligned set of measurement topics and associated proficiency scales that help educators identify learning topics and provide students with feedback on those goals. This webinar will explain the eight-phase process used to identify and articulate the Critical Concepts in English language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science, as well as how the Critical Concepts are used in the classroom with students.
High Reliability Schools Institute
Birmingham, Alabama | October 2–4, 2023
Take a deep dive into the High Reliability Schools framework with our team of nationally acclaimed HRS experts. Explore the research underpinning each level, learn practical strategies for implementation, and create a plan to guarantee student success in your school or district.
Teaching in the Standards-Based Classroom Workshop
Columbus, Ohio | October 18–19, 2023
Teaching in the standards-based classroom requires significantly more than simply knowing the standards. A true focus on standards in the classroom requires a teacher to understand multiple elements of a standards-based learning environment, including planning, instruction, assessment, and feedback. This session will present a thoughtful and logical approach to planning for and delivering a high-quality opportunity to learn that increases the potential for students to acquire understanding of the knowledge and skills included in standards. Participants will walk away with information, insights, and ideas as well as a plethora of resources for use in their own classrooms.
Leading Standards-Based Learning Workshop
Columbus, Ohio | October 16–17, 2023
School leaders will experience a thoughtful and practical implementation process for each element of an effective standards-based grading system—highlighting the potential pitfalls, opportunities, and challenges.
Instructional Strategies to Improve Student Outcomes Workshop
Boise, Idaho | October 23–24, 2023
Effective teaching is a complex but critical endeavor. During this two-day workshop, Kristin Poage arms educators with tools and strategies to improve their practice at all levels of experience and expertise.
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