Start this presentation at approximately 14 minutes and follow along on slides 19-23 as RAND’s Jennifer McCombs describes barriers to teacher recruitment, mitigation strategies, and how to retain high-impact staff.
This NEA and Learning for Justice webinar provides guidance on how to have meaningful conversations with students about race, racism and other important topics.
These webinar sessions are engaging, virtual opportunities to explore strategies and best practices while connecting with other educators from across the nation—all from the convenience of home! Free and open to all educators, you can watch the webinars live or recorded on YouTube. (For those watching live, each session will be a 30-minute video conference …
A 47-minute webinar on creating equitable classrooms.
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).
A free two-part webinar series for education leaders: Distance Learning Strategies for Education Leaders, Part 1 and Distance Learning Strategies for Education Leaders, Part 2
The webinar covers how educators are using digital communities to support each other professionally, socially, and personally during the COVID-19 crisis and examples of powerful communities of practice and how they leverage the collective efficacy of thousands of dedicated professionals to both provide quick access to expert support and advocate for support and resources.
A 21-minute webinar that shows a variety of differentiation strategies in action.