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  1. SEL: Social-Emotional Learning From a Distance Toolkit

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Our students are experiencing stress, uncertainty, and emotional lows. How can we determine their needs during remote learning, and what can we do to support and nurture our students? This fast-paced session offers tools and best practice processes for social-emotional learning (SEL) that you can implement immediately in your virtual classroom.

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  2. SEL: Building Powerful Relationships With Students During Remote Learning

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Online or in person, learning never stops, and neither does the need to create powerful, trusting relationships with students. This virtual training will give you high-leverage, authentic strategies you can use immediately to build relationships with learners and create a classroom community where everyone feels safe, loved, and confident.

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  3. Instruction: Setting Priorities for Student Learning—Getting Clear on Essential Standards

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Feel that there’s so much to teach and so little time? Worried that you can’t cover everything that needs to be taught? Now more than ever, it’s crucial for educators to make careful decisions about how they make the most of instructional time. This session provides a framework for simplifying and clarifying learning priorities for and with students to ensure they acquire the knowledge and skills that are most essential.

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  4. Instruction: Structuring the Elementary School Day for Effective Collaboration and Instruction

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Created for both administrators and teachers, this session outlines how to design a school day that fosters high levels of collaboration and promotes quality synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences. Participants will explore the importance of intentional master schedule design, review sample master schedules, and examine various ways to structure and deliver meaningful instruction in a remote setting, as well as in a socially distanced in-person setting.

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  5. Instruction: Planning and Delivering Online Learning at the Secondary Level

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Delivering high-quality online learning is possible—but first educators must develop a new set of skills. During this session, secondary teachers will learn how to plan and deliver outstanding lessons using synchronous, cyber-synchronous, and asynchronous learning strategies. Participants will also explore digitized formative assessment strategies and interventions, leaving prepared to teach with a blended approach or completely online.

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  6. Instruction: Tips and Tricks for Delivering Content and Differentiating Instruction in Remote or Hybrid Learning Environments

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Everything changed for classroom teachers when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down schools in the spring of 2020. For perhaps the first time in their careers, teachers had to figure out how to perform critically important work—structure meaningful learning experiences, differentiate instruction, assess mastery, and provide feedback to students—remotely. In this session, full-time classroom teacher Bill Ferriter offers practical tips and tricks that teachers can use to make learning more meaningful for students working in remote or hybrid classrooms.

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  7. Instruction: Loving What They Learn—Active Learning and Student Engagement Strategies for Remote Instruction

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    With classrooms moving online, teaching strategies that promote student engagement are critical to keep our students on track. Learn how the research behind student engagement connects to strategies you can use in your remote and virtual classrooms. Students deserve a remote classroom that successfully creates a fun, relevant, and deep synchronous and asynchronous learning environment. Teachers will leave the session with a larger, research-based toolbox for student engagement in their remote classrooms.

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  8. Assessment: Student Self-Efficacy—Where Are We Going? How Am I Doing? What Do I Need to Do?

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Clarity precedes competence. Educators in a school with a focus on learning promote a strong sense of self-efficacy in their students. Studies show this may be one of the greatest factors for student motivation and engagement. In this session, participants examine essential characteristics for building student self-efficacy and what those elements mean for virtual and in-person practices. Tim Brown explores a variety of examples and strategies for how to use them.

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  9. Assessment: Just-in-Time Assessment: Gathering Information and Taking Action

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    We are all looking for ways to gather information about our learners, so we can make the very best decisions to meet their needs right away. Many of our predictable sources of information are either not available (standardized testing data, for example) or have shifted because of our current reality. This session explores assessment that can meet students where they are, so educators can determine intentional and thoughtful next steps. Participants discuss formative assessment—with a special focus on pre-assessment—that readies us to serve our students in the best ways possible.

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  10. Marzano Direct Impact Sessions Set of 10

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Get access to all ten of the Marzano 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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  11. Teacher Development: Growth-Focused Leadership

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Instructional coaching and teacher observation play vital roles in the development of teachers’ instructional expertise. Coaching focuses on developing thin slices of behavior in a teacher’s practice, and observations provide opportunities to see the collection of practices a teacher might be using at any one time. In this immediate impact session, Phil Warrick describes rubrics and scales that coaches and observers can use to guide their observation and coaching of teachers, along with a process for providing focused feedback and conducting instructional rounds within a school or district.

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  12. Teacher Development: Developing Your Instructional Expertise

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Reflective practice is a powerful strategy for developing instructional expertise. Educators who utilize a strong model of instruction, set growth goals, focus intensely on those goals, internalize the instructional model, and adjust their goals over time are well on their way to expert teaching. Additionally, the use of a rigorous protocol when self-rating on elements of the instructional model and tracking one’s progress over time lead to great gains in terms of professional growth. In this immediate impact institute, Phil Warrick walks participants through a five-step process that teachers can use to engage in reflection and set goals to improve their practice.

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