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WeVideo for Education: Screencasting

WeVideo is an online, cloud-based video editing platform that works in web browsers and on mobile devices. Ready to record video of a single window...

WeVideo for Education: Managing Students and Creating Groups

Have you heard of WeVideo before? It's an online, cloud-based video editing platform that works in web browsers and on mobile devices....

SELing STEM & Design Thinking

What if there is more to STEM than just building, science, and career exposure? Using the Engineering Design Process shapes more than just future...

Screencastify for Student Feedback

Giving quality feedback is essential, but it can be incredibly time-consuming. Check out this video from Matt Miller with Ditch That...

Leave Audio Feedback with mote

mote is a Chrome extension that allows you to easily add voice comments and feedback to Docs, Slides, Classroom, and more. With optional...

Ask, Don't Tell: Asking the Right Questions to Gain the Right Relationships with Parents of Special Needs Students

Often, the right question at just the right time can do wonders to open lines of communication and discovery. However, educators and parents alike...

Teacher Language: Building a positive school culture using positive teacher language.

Think about how pleased students are when teachers compliment their work, behavior, or character, and how angry, hurt, or disappointed they often are...

Teaching Educators to Spot and Challenge Implicit Bias in the Classroom

This session is designed to help educators spot their own explicit and implicit biases, as well as to teach educators the harm that these biases...

Introduction to Education Policy

Centered on empowering teachers to advocate both in the classroom and at the policy level, this session will equip teachers with basic framing,...

How and What to Teach to Build a Reading Brain in an Equitable Way

This session, led by Adrienne Mormino, serves as an introduction to The Science of Reading in 4 parts: How the brain learns to read (theoretical...

The Benefits of and Demand for Social-Emotional Learning

Developing self-awareness, interpersonal skills, and self-control that increase success in school, life, and work is achieved through...

The Role of Antiracism Education in Culturally Responsive Teaching

Explore the connection between antiracism education and culturally relevant teaching as presenter Nicole Carey breaks down the theory into actionable...

Leading with an Equity Mindset

During this session led by Leigh Bozard and Aqua Stovall, participants will learn at the intersection of equity, expert learners, and UDL...

Accelerating Student Learning

What do schools and systems need to overcome the impacts of COVID-19 and the impacts on learning and mental health left in its wake? Schools and...

Google Classroom: Differentiate

Differentiation is key in any learning environment. Learn from Dr. Desiree Alexander on the Google for Education YouTube channel as she walks you...

Word Recognition: Phoneme/ Grapheme Knowledge and Orthographic Mapping: Part I

In this workshop, Tamar Greenwell, M.S., CCC-SLP, examines how explicit teaching of phonemes and graphemes in a sequential and structured manner...

Teach Indy Educators Conference: Teacher of the Year Awards

The Teach Indy Educators Conference, a virtual two-day event created for teachers, by teachers, is designed to develop teachers’ knowledge in...

Teach Indy Educators Conference: Dr. Brandie Oliver Keynote Session

The Teach Indy Educators Conference, a virtual two-day event created for teachers, by teachers, is designed to develop teachers’ knowledge in...

Do Not Overlook the Power of Transforming Teachers!

Instructional leaders understand the benefits of a positive school climate and culture; stronger community engagement, higher attendance, and...

Tour the IN Learning Lab with Our Team!

Join Lab team members for this conversational tour of the Indiana Learning Lab. Learn about the easily accessible resources, collections, live and...