Below is a listing of our upcoming Webinars. Please register by clicking the title below and you will receive a link to join. We encourage you to register even if you cannot attend so you will receive notification when the recording is available.
You can find archived recordings of previous webinars here.
June 22, 2021 03:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
Virtual Program Planning, Protocol, and Procedures by Angie Codron
Learn the logistical part of planning for an online option for your students approved for virtual learning program with a focus on the secondary level. View practical resources for virtual program approval forms, Tier 2 intervention usage, course code conversion planning, athletic eligibility/NCAA guidelines, progress tracking, and staff roles/responsibilities. Using online schooling platforms brings several challenges but what you will learn at this session will help you plan for both a return to school from a pandemic and will help you build a virtual academy structure for long-term usage in your district.
August 10, 2021 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
From COVID to Calm: How to Cultivate Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty by Elizabeth Priller
The global pandemic has without a doubt impacted every one of our lives, and the rollercoaster of emotional adjustments can be overwhelming. Do you find yourself unsure of how to stay grounded and empowered while facing the ever-changing landscape of emotional, mental, physical, social, financial, and occupational changes of the COVID-19 pandemic, or stress in general? This seminar is an interactive workshop that helps you identify what stage of resiliency you are in, and how to make an action plan towards a more robust state of resilience and equanimity.
August 24, 2021 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
Making Meetings Work for All by Chad Dumas
None of us have time to waste. And unfortunately, meetings can become significant time-wasters. Learn four practical techniques to increase efficiency and effectiveness, not to mention help create happier colleagues!
September 8, 2021 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
An Investigation of Administrators’ Ethical and Legal Obligations to Support SPED Students by Jody Wood
Educational leaders ensure the provision of services for children with disabilities by serving on the IEP teams, providing support for teachers, helping develop educational programs, serving as the sounding board for parents, and allocating the funding for the provision of services. Therefore, leaders must be knowledgeable about their ethical and legal responsibilities. Otherwise, leaders may be ineffective or not understand the legal rights and individualized programs provided in general education ensuring the least restrictive environment. This session will utilize case studies to investigate both the legal and ethical issues around providing services for student with special needs.
October 12, 2021 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
Reaching Diverse Learners in the Mathematics Classroom by Babette Moeller and Matthew McCleod
How do you ensure that students’ needs are met in your mathematics lessons? How do you even know what they need? Math for All is an approach to understanding students’ strengths and needs using 8 neurodevelopmental learning constructs then adapting mathematics lessons accordingly. Join us for some fun mathematics, learn about these constructs and take some ideas for adapting lessons.