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  1. Literacy Success Portable Event Package

    Virtual Event |  January 1–December 31, 2021

    Choose the Literacy Success Portable Event Package to learn practical actions you can take now to leverage this powerful approach. Led by Robert J. Marzano, our self-paced virtual event offers targeted sessions that detail how to create and implement classroom, school, and districtwide programs of intentional, systematic vocabulary instruction. You will gain the critical knowledge and skills needed to assess vocabulary knowledge, place students on a continuum of learning, and implement a cluster approach to vocabulary instruction.

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  2. High Reliability Schools™ Summit Portable Event Package

    Virtual Event |  January 1–December 31, 2021

    For those just beginning to explore the concept of High Reliability Schools, this Portable Event Package is an excellent way to build your foundational knowledge. For those who are deepening and sustaining the work, this package is the ideal opportunity to revisit your mission, dive into new content, and get answers to your most pressing questions.

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  3. RTI at Work™ Portable Event Package

    Virtual Event |  January 1–December 31, 2021

    Bring the innovative RTI at Work process from our world-renowned team of RTI experts to your personal device. View inspiring keynotes and practical breakout sessions from RTI at Work experts on your schedule.

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  4. Professional Learning Communities at Work® Portable Event Package

    Virtual Event |  January 1–December 31, 2021

    Bring the innovative PLC at Work® process from our world-renowned team of PLC experts to your personal device. View inspiring keynotes and practical breakout sessions from PLC at Work experts on your schedule.

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  5. Five powerful ways to capture the heads and hearts of your colleagues with Gavin Grift

    Virtual Event |  February 1–December 31, 2021

    Influencing others, advocating for change and supporting colleagues through change are three of the biggest challenges school leaders face. This direct impact session shows Learning Leaders why and explores how five critical mindsets can help them overcome these obstacles. Gavin engages participants in the theory, thinking and practice essential for Learning Leaders to truly transform the way they see their own leadership and help others do the same.

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  6. Promoting purposeful dialogue to build student agency with Dr Janelle Wills

    Virtual Event |  February 1–December 31, 2021

    Given that dialogue is a curriculum requirement and research indicates its effectiveness for learning, why does teacher talk still dominate the classroom? The reality is that implementing a dialogue-centred approach that ensures all students are fully engaged in deeper levels of thinking, exchanging ideas and meaning making is much simpler in theory than it is in practice. This direct impact session addresses these issues with practical strategies for teaching thinking skills, designing group activities and promoting a collaborative classroom environment that can be used across learning areas and year levels.

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  7. Responding to the needs of all learners in the differentiated classroom with Janelle McGann

    Virtual Event |  February 1–December 31, 2021

    Differentiation is not a set of strategies. Rather, it is a way of thinking about teaching and learning. It is a developmental process that unfolds, with practice and reflection, over time. Students in our classrooms come with a broad range of academic readiness, interests and approaches to learning.

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  8. Using data as an aid to provide targeted teaching and learning experiences for students with Dr Selena Fisk

    Virtual Event |  February 1–December 31, 2021

    In this session, teachers will consider the types of data that they have available and discover how they can use historical standardised and in-school data to plan targeted activities to maximise student learning. This session is best suited to teachers looking for ways to make the most of the data they have and further enhance their knowledge of student skill and understanding to inform their practice.

     

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  9. Thinking and Learning Direct Impact Sessions

    Virtual Event |  February 1–December 31, 2021

    Education changed in 2020. So did professional learning. That’s why we created Thinking & Learning Direct Impact Sessions: to provide meaningful and effective professional learning no matter where you are or what time you have available.

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  10. Off to a great start: The best ways to support beginning teachers with Dr Tina Boogren

    Virtual Event |  February 1–December 31, 2021

    Effectively supporting beginning teachers is crucial for both retention and developing expertise in relation to student achievement. During this interactive direct impact session, Dr Tina H Boogren will guide leaders, coaches and mentors in supporting beginning teachers by exploring and discussing research-based mentoring strategies that can be incorporated immediately.

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  11. US Direct Impact Sessions: Distance Learning Bundle Set of 10

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Get access to all ten of the US Direct Impact 75-minute virtual professional learning sessions for a total of 750 minutes of relevant and practical professional learning when you need it most.

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  12. Special Education: Online Inclusion Strategies and Interventions for Students with Special Needs

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Remote instruction means that we are teaching and learning differently but never teaching and learning less. Whether services are given online or in schools, inclusion strategies and interventions are ongoing. This professional development session explores practical K–12 applications and online resources for educators who remotely instruct students with special needs. Focus is on the child, with collaborative, high-tech, low-tech, individualized, and distance learning accommodations and documentation.

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