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Dear Educator, The fully online M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Virginia’s School of Education and Human Development has added two new areas of emphasis. Recently, the online master’s programs were ranked #3 in the nation by U.S. News … Continue reading
Join your peers on September 14 at 4 p.m. for this hour webinar to learn about strategies for creating an engaging and safe space for learning online. There will be examples specific to EL instruction. Register today!
During the 2020–2021 school year, VDOE HSS will offer a series of no-cost professional development webinars for teachers. Opportunities will be provided to delve deeper into content with HSS experts, engage in discussions about effective instructional and assessment practices, interact … Continue reading
Coming Up NextRegister to attend live or receive the recording. Trauma-Informed Skills for Online Learning AccelerationREGISTERWednesday, Sept. 9 @ 3 pm ETPresented by Dr. Sandy Addis, Chairman, National Dropout Prevention Center Understanding and Improving the Universal Tier:Back-to-School Strategies for Meeting … Continue reading
Trauma Informed Practice: Important Equity Considerations Amid COVID-19 September 15, 2020 3:00-4:30 PM Register here! Panelists Include: Quyen Duong, Student Services Specialist, Office of Student Services, Virginia Department of Education
These webinars feature Virginia teachers and leaders sharing best practices and strategies for quality EL instruction.Sessions last approximately one hour. Virtual and Blended Learning Best Practices for EL Teachers- September 14, 2020; 4 p.m. EL Instruction: Navigating Resource Lists, Round 2- September 21, … Continue reading
Registration for the pre-service cohort of the Growing with Canvas course is now open for returning SPS teachers. Please click this registration flyer with to register.
Registration for Cohort 4 of the Growing with Canvas course is now open for teachers. Please click on this registration flyer.
Learn More at the following website: https://www.vwu.edu/enrollment-aid/evening-and-weekend/national-board-certification-support.php The website describes the many benefits of this certification on K-12 students, their schools, and the school district as a whole. Teachers may be surprised at the increased income that the Virginia Board of Education provides for … Continue reading
How to Build Strong Relationships with Students if You’re Starting the Year Online: Principles and Practices
So you’re starting the school year as a distance educator and you have no idea how to build strong relationships with students you’ve never met in person. Before the hyperventilation kicks in, let’s center on a few grounding principles. Please … Continue reading
Click on the link Go to Registration Link on Flyer Register for a Cohort https://pub.lucidpress.com/2fa9967d-e9db-45df-8098-ee5eaf03bd4d/#_0
Hey, it’s Zaretta here… Are you ready for the next level of building your capacity to be a culturally responsive educator? Well, as you know I’ve been working on building a virtual space for us to do that together. It’s … Continue reading
Dates: July 30, 2020 or August 5, 2020 (register for one of the dates) Time: 9:00AM-12:00PM Participants will build/expand understanding of the importance of social-emotional learning in promoting equitable practices within the classroom setting. They will learn practical strategies to increase social-emotional skills … Continue reading
SAVE THE DATE:2020 #EdEquityVA Virtual Summit This year’s Summit will convene over two days: Day 1 (August 5th): Teachers, Principals, Instructional leaders, and Equity Coordinators. Day 2 (August 6th): Superintendent Teams, Administrators, School Board Members, and Division Level Equity Leads. Both days will … Continue reading
These Virtual Workshops are being offered to VaSCL participants at NO CHARGE, as a benefit of membership! Registration is now OPEN on the VaSCL website (www.vascl.org) for each of the 18 workshops in The SIXTH Series of Virtual Workshops, which … Continue reading
Scholarships: At this moment, we offer several different scholarships available to partners. These scholarships are in addition to any partnership benefit (above) between the district and Capella. These are non-competitive scholarships and are available to all employees and family members. To see … Continue reading
A quick reminder for your team that many popular Continuing Education for Teachers courses start next Tuesday, July 14. Below are several links that you can share with your team that include the descriptions, tuition, registration and other course information: EDUC519 Foundations … Continue reading
Agriculture in the Classroom Video ResourcesHave you checked out AITC’s YouTube channel? You can come along on a field trip to the farm and see a baby lamb, watch a pollination lesson, see how drones are used on the farm, and … Continue reading