Recorded Webinars and Podcasts

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Priority Steps for the 2014-2015 School Year

In this session, we use the latest data to identify key priority steps for fall as schools prepare for Spring 2015.

Vocabulary and Accountable Talk: Best Practices

Learn about pragmatic classroom and school procedures you can implement immediately to support deeper vocabulary and more discussion.

Google Apps for Education – It's a New Year!

In this webinar, the presenters share education-focused Google applications for elementary and 9-12 use.

Precision Reading with Vocabulary Investigation

We focus on how to integrate the two key classroom priorities of Precision (Close) Reading and Vocabulary Investigation in this session.

R U Ready 2 Trust 'em? Why Access is Essential to Developing Citizenship Among Millennials

Learn how trust can promote curiosity and transform learning to appeal to Millennial students.

Pitching the Library: How to Explain What School Librarians Do

This webinar will equip participants with talking points to promote library programs and dispel myths about librarianship.

Difficulty and Complexity in the Classroom: Doing Both and Saving Time

Identify the key standards for priority focus and direct instruction investigation while balancing difficulty and complexity.

Writing Instruction for Learning Synthesis

Explore the findings of the NAEP in Writing and newly-released assessment items to build a clear picture of Learning Synthesis.

Teacher Evaluation: Assessing Students to Demonstrate Learning

Examine assessment tools, review smart goals, and explore ways to use assessment in the library.

Planning Lessons for a Range of Cognition

Look at areas of direct instruction and classroom models for intervention, collaborative analysis, and more.