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"New Media & Success in the Classroom: Inspiration, Collaboration, and Banana Peels to Avoid Along the Way"
  • Webinar
"New Media & Success in the Classroom: Inspiration, Collaboration, and Banana Peels to Avoid Along the Way"

Exploring the latest in free technology to facilitate communication and creative expression between students, teachers, administration, and parents.

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Using Decodable Books and Early Leveled Readers Appropriately for Beginning Readers
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  • Literacy
Using Decodable Books and Early Leveled Readers Appropriately for Beginning Readers

Look at complementary ways to use these two resources to help all beginning readers develop habits that strong readers use

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What a Wonderful World: Practical Practice, Optimal Performance and Direct Teacher Instruction
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What a Wonderful World: Practical Practice, Optimal Performance and Direct Teacher Instruction

Technology is integrated in everyday life. It's practical use for daily communication, job-embedded application and entertainment has been entrenched in our modern existence leading educators to question the impact of technology integration on students, teachers and instruction. This interactive session will focus on the pros and cons of technology use in the educational world and its place in the ecosystem of the classroom. A reflection on contrasting technology practice and technology instruction as well as the benefits of blending technology with direct teacher instruction and its effect on student growth and achievement will be discussed.

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Step Up to Writing K-2 Overview
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  • Literacy
Step Up to Writing K-2 Overview

Provides age-appropriate strategies that are scaffolded and differentiated for the emergent reader. It provides foundational strategies—like naming and writing the alphabet—to more advanced skills, such as writing research reports.

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Student Threat Assessment: An Evidence-Based Model
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Student Threat Assessment: An Evidence-Based Model

Learn how to establish context when assessing possible student threats of violence and take the first step toward making any school safe and violence-free.

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Collaborative Activities That Develop Emergent Language and Literacy Skills
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  • Literacy
Collaborative Activities That Develop Emergent Language and Literacy Skills

This webinar provides practical, evidence-based methods for managing classrooms so that teachers have multiple opportunities to work with young learners in small groups. The explicit instruction and teacher-supported collaborative conversations during small-group activities provide opportunities for developing pre-reading and pre-writing skills for speaking, listening, and oral language.

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You Don’t Have to Be a Writer to Teach Writing
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  • Literacy
You Don’t Have to Be a Writer to Teach Writing

Learn effective strategies to teach the writing process and prepare students for college and career.

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Making the Impossible Possible—How Digital Tools Can Help Teachers Reach Every Student, All The Time
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Making the Impossible Possible—How Digital Tools Can Help Teachers Reach Every Student, All The Time

The best digital learning tools function like a stretchable superhero, extending the presence and expertise of the classroom teacher—continuously monitoring each student’s understanding of countless subtle learning concepts, instantly adjusting lessons to make them more effective, and feeding actionable insights to the teacher throughout the process. Get tips for creating a truly individualized learning environment that meets each student’s needs at just the right time

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The Power of the Sentence in Reading Comprehension
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  • Literacy
The Power of the Sentence in Reading Comprehension

Learn methods for addressing sentence complexity and comprehension as a requirement of reading comprehension.

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