Professional Development

Teacher Created Materials offers a wide range of professional development that features critical topics, sought-after presenters, and rich, practical content to build teacher capacity and increase student achievement.








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Free Professional Learning

TCM offers interactive, live webinars covering the latest education trends with our knowledgeable Academic Officers. Join us for one of our virtual chats to participate in live Q&A, breakout sessions, and interactive fun!

Live Webinars Available:


Intervention Strategies for Reading

In this session, you will learn:

  • Key components of effective reading intervention instruction

  • Ways to engage students in interactive and social learning as part of intervention 

  • Reading strategies that can be used in both remote and face-to-face learning

Available Times:

August 4th at 8 AM Pacific / 11 AM Eastern

August 4th at 12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern

 

Intervention Strategies for Mathematics

In this session, you will learn:

  • Key components of effective mathematics intervention

  • Ways to engage students in interactive and social  learning as part of intervention 

  • Mathematics strategies that can be used in both remote and face-to-face learning

Available Times:

August 6th at 8 AM Pacific / 11 AM Eastern

August 6th at 12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern

 

 

Strategies for Creating Social and Emotional Learning Environments

This session will help to define SEL and dig into the real work of how to incorporate SEL in K-12 schools. Strategies learned in this session will help to address students' different interests and varied learning styles to help teachers recognize alternative opportunities for engaging students in activities that support SEL.

Presenter: Kris Hinrichsen

Date: Thursday, July 16, 2020

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8 AM Pacific / 11 AM Eastern

12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern

 

Strategies for Motivating Reluctant Readers

Learn techniques that will ignite a passion for readers of all levels, bringing the joy of reading with tips and strategies that build confidence for struggling readers. Based on current research and real-life observations, this session will demonstrate how to help students engage with fiction and nonfiction texts, strengthen their vocabulary, build test-taking and study skills, and foster a lifelong love of reading.

Presenter: Danny Brassell, Ph.D.

Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020

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8 AM Pacific / 11 AM Eastern

12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern

 

Teaching Roots, Building Vocabulary

One of the best ways to build students vocabularies is through word roots. Yet, teachers generally have not been exposed to the power of roots for vocabulary, and how to teach roots. In this short informative session, Dr. Tim Rasinski will explain why roots knowledge has great potential for building vocabulary for reading and writing, and demonstrate a simple yet powerful approach for making a roots approach to vocabulary a reality in your physical or online classroom (or home).

Presenter: Tim Rasinski, Ph.D.

Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2020

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8 AM Pacific / 11 AM Eastern

12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern

 

Teaching Fluency - Critical for Reading, and Often Neglected

Reading fluency has been found to be absolutely critical for success in reading. Yet, it is often misunderstood or neglected in some reading curricula. In this short and highly informative session, Dr. Rasinski will make the case for the importance of reading fluency and, more importantly, demonstrate easy to implement methods for making fluency instruction effective (and engaging) for students in either a physical or online classroom environment.  

Presenter: Tim Rasinski, Ph.D.

Date: Tuesday, August 25, 2020

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8 AM Pacific / 11 AM Eastern

12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern

 

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