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Leadership: Strategies for Implementing an Asset-Based Approach to Intervention

One of the most significant challenges educators are facing is addressing students’ learning needs in new educational environments. This webinar will explore ideas on how to identify students’ strengths and build on them through intervention during these unprecedented times.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • Programmatic approaches that work for virtual, hybrid, and in-person models.
  • Strategies to personalize learning and empower students to be agents in their learning journey.

Presented by: Karie Gladis

Karie is an Education Consultant for Teacher Created Materials and has extensive professional development training experience with administrators and teachers across all content areas. She is the author and editor of several mathematics and language development resources and has conducted various workshops at conferences all over the United States. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

How to Promote an Inquiry-Based Learning Environment

For today’s students to learn crucial critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, it is necessary to reach beyond the textbook. Learn strategies on how to transform students into inquiry-based learners in any environment.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • Best instructional formats to promote ideal learning opportunities for students
  • Strategies for teaching students to deeply analyze instructional sources in any content area
  • How to engage students in inquiry-based teaching and learning using document-based assessments

Presented by:Alan Becker

Alan Becker currently serves as an Academic Officer with Teacher Created Materials specializing in best practices for curriculum and instruction. He provides professional development and training in the content areas of math, ELA, and social studies for school districts, teachers, and educational trainers. Prior to his work as an Academic Officer, Mr. Becker served as a District Elementary Education Specialist with Pitt County Schools in Greenville, North Carolina. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

Leadership: The Key to Fostering a Mindset for Culturally Appropriate Equitable Instruction

School Leaders - Are you fostering the mindset that your teachers need for their learners to receive and benefit from culturally appropriate equitable instruction? This is a critical consideration for your equity initiative success.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • What every district should know about the “J-Curve of Change”
  • 5 actions for creating a change mindset for adult stakeholders
  • 5 objectives for examining and implementing effective practices

Presented by: Dr. Almitra Berry

Almitra L. Berry, Ed.D. is the CEO, founder, and principal consultant of ALBerry Consulting, Incorporated. She is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and consultant on the topic of culturally and linguistically diverse learners in America’s K12 education system. Dr. Berry is author of the book Effecting Change: Intervention for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

Building Vocabulary with Word Roots

Did you know one of the best ways to build students’ vocabulary is through word roots? Yet, teachers generally have not been exposed to the power of roots for vocabulary, and how to teach roots.

Join this webinar to:

  • Understand why roots knowledge can build vocabulary for reading and writing
  • Learn simple yet powerful ways to teach words through word roots

Presented by: Timothy Rasinski

Timothy Rasinski, Ph.D. is the author of numerous books and articles on reading education. He is a frequent, well-known presenter nationwide. His research on fluency has been cited by the National Reading Panel. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

6 Ways to Know You are Culturally Responsive

The world of education is buzzing with talk of being more culturally responsive, but how do you know if you are being culturally responsive?

Join this webinar to:

  • Define cultural responsiveness
  • Learn 6 key questions to gauge your cultural responsiveness
  • Pinpoint where you are in your journey to responsiveness

Presented by: Dr. Sharroky Hollie

Dr. Sharroky Hollie is a renowned Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning expert . He is the Executive Director of the Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing stellar professional development for educators desiring to become culturally responsive. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

At Your Fingertips: Visualizing the Virtual

Re-envision your in-classroom best practices into virtual learning strategies and gain confidence in your ability to make virtual learning meaningful and effective. In less than 20 minutes, learn quick tips and strategies to implement in your virtual classroom immediately.

In this webinar, you’ll learn ways to:

  • Engage students
  • Enrich student learning experiences
  • Create equitable opportunities for students

Presented by: Reka Barton

Reka Barton is a Literacy and Dual Language Specialist and currently serves as a lecturer for San Diego State University in California, teaching reading and language arts in the elementary classroom, to teacher credential candidates. Additionally, Ms. Barton serves as a research assistant for several professors at SDSU, collaborating on educational equity research projects around issues of binational students, equity in STEM courses, and equitable teaching and schooling practices for students of color. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

Hybrid Learning Environments 101

This upcoming school year poses new challenges with teachers potentially needing to teach both in-person and virtually.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • New ways to build community in a virtual or hybrid classroom
  • Engagement strategies to promote active learning
  • How to design lessons for continuity between home and school

Presented by: Jen Jump

Jen Jump is an Academic Officer for Teacher Created Materials. She is a passionate educator with 15 years of experience in various roles in some of the fastest growing urban school districts in the U.S, including the public school system in Washington D.C. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)
 

Intervention Strategies for Reading and Mathematics

One of the biggest challenges that educators face this fall is combating learning loss and learning how to navigate these new educational environments.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • How to prevent further learning loss
  • New ways to engage and support students in these unprecedented times
  • Instructional techniques that work for at-home, online, or in-class instruction

Presented by: Alan Becker

Alan Becker currently serves as an Academic Officer with Teacher Created Materials, specializing in best practices for curriculum and instruction. He provides professional development and training in the content areas of math, ELA, and social studies for school districts, teachers, and educational trainers. Prior to his work as an Academic Officer, Mr. Becker served as a District Elementary Education Specialist with Pitt County Schools in Greenville, North Carolina. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)
 

Everyday Strategies for Building Vocabulary

Effective vocabulary instruction is much more than rote memorization, flashcards, writing, and rewriting the same words.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • new ways to engage students with rich, powerful vocabulary
  • proven strategies to help students learn words and how they work
  • flexible ways to teach vocabulary whether it is at-home, online, or in the classroom

Presented by: Jen Jump

Jen Jump is an Academic Officer for Teacher Created Materials. She is a passionate educator with 15 years of experience in various roles in some of the fastest growing urban school districts in the U.S, including the public school system in Washington D.C. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

How to Use Writing as Part of Virtual Instruction

Writing is an essential and vital part of every classroom. However, teaching writing in a virtual environment can be challenging and overwhelming for students.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • Best practices in writing instruction
  • Ideas for creating short writing activities in any content area including incorporating mini-lessons for revision
  • Strategies for applying learning to tomorrow’s classrooms, wherever those classrooms might be!

Presented by: Kim Carlton

Kim Carlton is an Academic Officer for Teacher Created Materials where she works training educators in literacy . She is a lifelong educator with 20 years of experience in education, serving as a classroom teacher, an interventionist, a literacy coach, and a curriculum director. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

 

Strategies for Supporting Language Learners in Remote Teaching Environments

Roadblocks like language barriers and vocabulary knowledge can make teaching even more challenging in a virtual environment.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • Best practices to support English Language Learners in a virtual environment
  • Strategies to bridge the gap between content and language
  • New ways to engage English Language Learners with complex text and word learning

Presented by: Jen Jump

Jen Jump is an Academic Officer for Teacher Created Materials. She is a passionate educator with 15 years of experience in various roles in some of the fastest growing urban school districts in the U.S, including the public school system in Washington D.C. ... Read more

Price: FREE (limited seats)

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