- AFT Member Benefit Virtual Workshops
- Creating Learning Environments in a Digital Space
K-12 practitioner-friendly 2.5 week, fully online, facilitator guided course. In addition to creating lessons for remote learning, all participants will be awarded a certificate of completion and 15 Professional Development points to apply to their professional development plans. This engaging course will be hosted on Canvas, BC’s Learning Management system. Course completion requires participants to work independently and with classmates to complete the lesson assignments; it also requires participation in three virtual class meetings over Zoom.
Register at bostoncollege-lsoe.catalog.instructure.com/
- Teaching in the Time of COVID-19
Reassessing How to Keep Students Safe, Well and Engaged
Members and other experts sharing lessons learned on how to best serve students
Saturday, Nov. 21
noon to 2:15 p.m. EST
- Remote Teaching & Learning Modules Series
On September 2nd, the Center for Instructional Support will release the Remote Teaching & Learning Modules Series. This is a free, 5-part series of self-guided modules for teachers and other school-based educators who will be engaging in remote teaching and learning this coming year, whether through a hybrid or fully remote model. Each module includes specific instructional practices, tips, and strategies for remote teaching in key areas such as Curriculum & Planning, Learning Environment, Family Collaboration, and Professional Collaboration. Educators will also have the opportunity to dig deeper into content-specific strategies aligned to MA curriculum frameworks, reflect on culturally responsive practice, and explore digital tools and resources supportive of both live and asynchronous instruction.Each module includes a learning and exploration section, followed by recommended reflection activities and applications to a teacher’s specific school and classroom. If possible, we encourage educators to experience the modules in pairs or teams to maximize collective knowledge and take-aways.
- Ph.D. in Education at UMass Lowell
Join Us for a virtual open house! Learn about the Ph.D. in Education at UMass Lowell. On-campus degree (60 credits) Leadership in Education (K-12 and Higher Education Track) and Research and Evaluation. DECEMBER 3, 2020, 5:00-6:30 P.M. Doctoral informational presentation at 5:00 p.m., followed by Q&A. RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, November 30. ZOOM LINK: https://uml.zoom.us/j/97453590688
- Health and Safety Labor/Management COVID-19 Webinar Series
The Road to Reopening Schools is a series of webinars designed to discuss promising nuts and bolts strategies for a return to brick and mortar school buildings based on the best available and most current scientific evidence, as outlined in AFT’s ”Reopening School Buildings Safely” recommendations. This report, details the very basic conditions needed to open schools,-critical safety and health guidelines, and instructional considerations. For this four-part series, we will be joined by local leaders, district administrators, and experts in their respective fields. First webinar: Physical Distancing
- TGH Webinar Series
Brush up on digital skills through our TGH Summer Webinar Series! The following webinars are free and open to the public and are geared toward beginner and intermediate learners. Please feel free to pass our webinar registration page along to family, friends, and colleagues.
- Teacher Arguments and Agreement Writing
5-week, fully online, facilitator-guided course for K-8 practitioners. In addition to learning how to teach arguments and procedures, all participants will be awarded a certificate of completion and 15 Professional Development points to apply to their professional development plans. Course completion requires participants to work independently and with classmates to complete the lesson assignments; it also requires participation in five virtual class meetings on Zoom. Register at bostoncollege-lsoe.catalog.instructure.com/
- Regulation Strategies for Heightened Anxiety in School Environments
This online workshop series has been designed as a professional development opportunity for K-12 educators. Whether you are working with individual students or entire classrooms, remotely or in-person, your team has most likely faced student anxiety and the need for regulation strategies in practice. During this 3-session workshop, drawing on participants’ experiences, we will apply a set of research-based principles toward understanding and responding to challenging behavior in the classroom, managing student and educator reactivity, and supporting educator well-being. Register at bostoncollege-lsoe.catalog.instructure.com/
- Observation and Feedback Course Year 8
Date(s) 11/16, 11/30, 12/14 from 4-6 pm, plus 9 hours of online work. 15-hour asynchronous option available for those who cannot attend the Monday Zoom sessions.
Participants learn ways of supporting teachers’ growth through observing & giving feedback, which will help them be strong evaluators, coaches, & colleagues. Register here and on TeachPoint. 1 ALC or 15 PDPs available. Taught by Leslie Gant, Mark Lonergan, and Jess Madden-Fuoco. Contact Jess @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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