Recorded Webinars and Podcasts

Stay knowledgeable and gain invaluable inspiration with these archived webinars and podcasts. Created with educators in mind, these informative recordings cover curricula, digital education, innovative teaching, and much more. For upcoming live webinars, Follett institutes, and more, explore our event listings.

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Common Core High-Impact Planning for 2013 to 2014

What are the critical tasks, shifts, materials and assessment requirements to plan for as we get ready for the upcoming school year?


Common Core and Back-to-School Issues for the Upcoming Quarter

Focusing on specific, pragmatic and practical priorities, Kevin Baird presents a vision of how to ensure the new year starts well and Common Core implementation begins on track.


Common Core State Standards and the School Librarian Making an Advocacy Impact

Hear how changing standards are a great opportunity to advocate for the valuable role that school libraries play in developing 21st century learning skills.


Let the Kids be the Filter: Teaching Students to be Discriminating Researchers

Get lessons to help students critically evaluate their search results – distinguishing fact, using visual clues to infer purpose, recognizing bias, and identifying what helps them learn more.


Common Core Guided Reading Leveled Classroom Libraries with a K-6 Focus

Integrate the Common Core with the best authentic literature. Hear about authentic literature and teaching support for integrating CCSS into your small group reading block.


How to Develop Your School Library Advocacy Program

Presenters share examples of how they setup the program to help the district make the transitions from previous technologies to new ones.


The Common Core State Standards in ELA for K-5 Students: Integrating Hands-On Materials and Books to Support Literacy and Skill-Building

Samantha Berg is the Educational Marketing Manager for Learning Resources. As the Educational Marketing Manager, she helps develop solutions to support the Common Core State Standards. Previously, she was an Educational Consultant for school districts across the country. During that time, she had the opportunity to talk with teachers and district administrators about their plans for implementing the Common Core. Samantha graduated from Saint Louis University with a B.A. in Elementary Education.


Common Core and Text Types: What Should Students Be Reading?

Go on a (surprising) tour of texts suggested by the Common Core State Standards. Learn the types of texts required, how to think about application of the text types for a variety of classroom situations.