Please register for any desired course. All courses are housed on a Monday or Wednesday and all start at 7:00 PM and go until 8:00 PM.
Once payment is confirmed an email will go out to the registrant with information in how to join the Teacher to Teacher Webinar webinar session.
If you do not receive an email pertaining to registration please contact Will Yohon – firstname.lastname@example.org 970-352-7404 ext 2513.
|Course Name||Course Starts||Register Here|
|The Neuroscience of Teens
This topic is indispensable for all educators who want to better understand the way children learn, the science behind how your brain develops, and good strategies to use in the classroom to aid them in reaching their full potential.
|September 16, 2015||Click here to register|
Classroom management is an important part of a teacher day. Learn some basic strategies that can help your classroom run smoothly.
|September 21, 2015||Click here to register|
|How Culture Impacts Learning
Participants will gain insight into beliefs rooted in culture and how those beliefs translate to behaviors in the classroom. We will explore practices for culturally responsive classrooms and resources for engaging families.
|September 28, 2015||Click here to register|
|Building Academic Language
Building academic language and concepts are essential for helping ELLs achieve in grade level. This webinar is designed to provide teachers with at least 10 practical, proven strategies for increasing academic language and building background knowledge.
|September 30, 2015||Click here to register|
|The Mindful Classroom
We will explore strategies that help teachers and students increase focus, emotional regulation, empathy, and self‐control using the tools of mindfulness. Mindfulness in the classroom creates an environment of safe and facilitates learning.
|October 7, 2015||Click here to register|
The participants will learn strategies to support students with challenging behaviors. They will also walk away with a better understanding of the behavior bell curve.
|October 14, 2015||Click here to register|
|Innovative Ways to Inspire Students with Technology
Presenters will share technology tools and project ideas to motivate and engage students in standards based learning. Technology made simple for teachers.
|October 26, 2015||Click here to register|
|Early Reading Instruction – Running Records to Inform How We Prompt and Praise PreK-2 Readers
|October 28, 2015||Click here to register|
|Structuring the Classroom to Increase Executive Functioning
Participants will learn methods and supports to increase student engagement in learning, through executive function strategies for the environment, tasks, and instructor.
|November 2, 2015||Click here to register|
Amie will provide an overview of what it means to practice “self‐care” and the importance of awareness, balance, and connection for those individuals who work hard every day to care for their students, families, and colleagues.
|November 4, 2015||Click here to register|
|Number Talks with Math
Participants will learn what a number talk is, why number talks are important in today’s math classrooms, how number talks support common core standards and student expression of learning, and how to incorporate number talks into everyday instruction.
|November 9, 2015||Click here to register|
|The 21st Century Library
With the face of libraries changing, what is needed in a 21st century library? What is expected of the 21st century Librarian? What is your role in the school and supporting staff and students?
|November 16, 2015||Click here to register|
|Functional Behavior Assessments
The webinar will address: What is an FBA? How do you to collect data? How do you formulate an FBA? How to use the information to create a plan?
|December 7, 2015||Click here to register|