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  1. Student Engagement: Resiliency-Centered Education

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    We are only now beginning to appreciate and deeply understand the impact that developmental trauma and toxic stress can have on brains, bodies, and lives. This session will introduce the School Wellness Wheel, a framework that brings the science of toxic stress and trauma into mainstream school systems and helps facilitate healing, build resilience, and foster authentic learning.

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  2. Student Engagement: Capturing Students’ Attention

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    The keys to capturing student attention lie in the third and fourth levels of Maslow’s hierarchy. Belonging and esteem within a community are essential aspects of how students think about themselves, and critical components of their engagement in the classroom. In this session, Tina H. Boogren outlines how teachers can address these foundational needs by considering the relationships that exist in the classroom. Beginning with topics such as inclusion, respect, affection, and cooperation and progressing to esteem, competence, significance, and recognition, participants will learn how to increase engagement by building meaningful relationships with students.

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  3. Student Engagement: Managing the Hybrid Classroom

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    In this interactive Direct Impact session, Dr. Tina H. Boogren shares specific, research-affirmed strategies educators can rely on to help them manage the hybrid classroom. Participants will learn how to implement rules and procedures, utilize physical movement to address students’ physiological needs, and proactively address worry and anxiety.

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  4. Instruction: Teaching Exceptional Learners

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Standards-based learning environments affect all students, yet exceptional situations may need some special considerations. During this immediate impact session, Tammy Heflebower discusses such situations and provides guidance for teachers working with students with disabilities, English learners, and gifted students. Participants will learn how to adapt proficiency scales and grading methods for these learners, along with how to address special classes, including electives, AP, and IB classes.

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  5. Instruction: Teaching in Hybrid Environments

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    We know what good teaching looks like, but how do we implement effective instruction in online environments? Whether your students are learning fully remote, hybrid, or face-to-face, it’s vital to do two things: 1.) put students first; 2.) and focus on learning. Using content from The New Art and Science of Teaching, participants will experience tools and strategies as both a learner and a teacher that can be used in their own face-to-face or remote classrooms.

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  6. Instruction: What Students Need to Know

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    In standards-driven classrooms, the amount of content students are expected to know is often overwhelming. Proficiency scales can support teachers in organizing and delivering instruction, assessment, and feedback so that students clearly understand what they need to know and be able to do. In this session, Jan K. Hoegh outlines how K–12 teachers can effectively create and utilize proficiency scales during instruction to improve teaching and learning.

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  7. Instruction: Planning High-Quality Instruction

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Once a school or district has invested time into identifying priority standards and developing proficiency scales, a common question asked by educators is, "What is our next step?" This 75-minute learning opportunity provides an answer to that question. Jan Hoegh will overview two phases of instructional planning based on proficiency scales that lead to educators being confident that all students will show growth over time.

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  8. 75-Minute Direct Impact Institutes

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    We’ve listened to educators like you and understand that you are seeking answers to your most urgent questions about what instruction, assessment, student engagement, and teacher development look like in the current educational environment. We also know that you are busier than ever before and don’t have contiguous time dedicated to professional learning. That’s why we created our 75-Minute Direct Impact Sessions to provide meaningful guidance within a time that works with your schedule. 

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  9. Assessment: Student-Centered Assessment

    Virtual Event |  March 1–December 31, 2021

    Assessing and communicating about student learning in accurate and student-focused ways is critically important to any standards-based learning environment. This involves setting goals and tracking progress using a variety of assessments, including obtrusive, unobtrusive, and student-generated assessments. Aligning assignments and assessments with proficiency scales allows teachers to assign scores that most accurately reflect what students know and are able to do. In this immediate impact session, Tammy Heflebower explains how to model the goal-setting process for students, provide strategies students can use to attain their goals, and then glean information from a variety of sources to determine summative grades.

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  10. Redwood Learning: Essential of Online Instruction for a Blended World

    Virtual Event |  October 4–December 31, 2021

    Based on the research-affirmed New Art and Science of Teaching framework by Dr. Robert J. Marzano and ACUE’s Effective Practice Framework©, this teacher-centred online course delivers in-depth training for remote teaching and learning strategies for secondary educators.

    Redwood Learning is a trusted partnership between Hawker Brownlow Education, a Solution Tree company, and ACUE.

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  11. Teaching for lifelong learning with Elliott Seif

    Virtual Event |  October 20, 2021

    In this must-watch webinar, experienced educator and author Elliott Seif will share a practical four-phase planning and instructional framework that helps F–12 teachers improve learning and better prepare students for a changing world.

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  12. An Introduction to Positive Psychology and the Weaving Well-Being Program

    Virtual Event |  November 3, 2021

    In this webinar, Fiona Forman, former teacher and co-author of the Weaving Well-Being program, will show how Positive Psychology (the science of well-being) can provide an evidence-based framework for nurturing students’ well-being.

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