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Co-teaching in a Virtual Environment

A 30 minute webinar on key components to consider when planning co-teaching roles and responsibilities for both synchronous instruction (two adults are co-teaching together in a live classroom environment, are doing live small group instruction, or are providing 1:1 support) and asynchronous instruction (planning together for students’ independent work).

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  • Webinar
  • Educator
  • Professional Development (PD)
  • Strategies for Students with Learning Differences

Co-teaching in an Age of Remote Learning

Tips to encourage practice and creativity of co-teachers online.

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  • Teacher teams
  • Blog
  • Educator
  • Planning and Instructional Design

College and Career Planning

Creating or expanding family focused sites for postsecondary planning helps families explore postsecondary options together, rather than having the school be the sole information keeper. The NYC Department of Education’s K-12 college and career planning site is approachable and replicable for other schools or districts. These family inclusive suggestions for career exploration, organized by school …

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  • Student engagement
  • Website
  • Principal
  • Educator
  • School Leader
  • The Comeback
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Exploring postsecondary pathways
  • Engaging families in postsecondary planning
  • Postsecondary match & fit
  • Postsecondary readiness and access

College Cost Calculator

Share this resource with schools that will calculate post-secondary costs and compare financial aid resources, demystifying often-confusing financial aid awards.

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  • Tool
  • Educator
  • Principal
  • The Comeback
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Postsecondary match & fit
  • Postsecondary readiness and access

Common Trauma Symptoms in Students

A handout that provides educators with tools and strategies to identify and support students who may be experiencing traumatic stress.

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  • Positive youth development
  • Tool
  • Educator
  • Responding to Trauma

Compilation of Fully Remote-Schedules

Sample schedule models collected with input from educational experts from across the country. Includes: Middle and high school block and period schedules with flex time (slides 6-9).

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  • Publication
  • District
  • School Leader
  • Intermediary
  • Principal
  • Scheduling
  • School Systems and Structures

Comprehensive Guide to a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) 

Review the Comprehensive Guide to a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) to learn about how districts are using MTSS to ensure that all students have the resources and support needed to succeed. Under What is MTSS, see how schools are using the “inverted pyramid” to serve all students, small groups in need of additional interventions, and individual students who …

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  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Article (news or journal)
  • Guide
  • District
  • Educator
  • Intermediary
  • School Leader
  • Principal
  • The Comeback
  • Transition to Middle School
  • Easing Transitions

Congrove Distance Learning Model

A distance learning plan that contains clear, concise language on: a distance-learning theory of action (page 2); Sample schedules (pages 3 and 5); Weekly individual learning plans and after-school support (page 4); Structures and operations for non-instructional staff (pages 6); Instructional design and delivery (pages 7-10); Learning community for school and family (pages 11-12); Systems …

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  • Distance learning plan
  • Publication
  • Educator
  • Planning and Instructional Design
  • Families
  • Family Engagement

Core IGNITE Resources, Implementation Booklet and Mentor Training Manual

Download the IGNITE Peer Mentoring Guide and see pages 2-5 to learn about a model for supporting first-year students and developing leadership and empathy skills for older youth. 

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  • Community building
  • Positive youth development
  • Student engagement
  • Guide
  • District
  • Educator
  • Intermediary
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • The Comeback
  • Student to Student
  • Rebuilding Relationships

Cornelius Minor: We Got This: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be

Cornelius Minor, a Brooklyn-based educator and staff developer with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, he talks about key themes around anti-bias and anti-racist professional development in his book called “We Got This: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be.”    

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  • Coaching
  • Equity
  • Book
  • District
  • School Leader
  • Principal
  • The Comeback
  • Relevant Curriculum
  • Igniting Learning

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