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A Path to Follow: Learning to Listen to Families

We know that families, and the home literacy environments they create, are significant factors in the development of your children’s literacy and...

Disciplinary Literacy: Strengthening Vocabulary Instruction in Science

This workshop is one in a series of events focused on incorporating the science of reading at the secondary level to strengthen instruction in...

Clever Communicators: Key Practices for Supporting Young Children’s Language and Knowledge Development

Birth-age five is an important time for young children’s literacy learning. In this session, Dr. Tanya Wright will discuss eight key practices that...

Building Foundational Skills through Authentic Read Aloud Experiences

Holly Hullinger-Sirken shares how science of reading foundational skills can be supported and scaffolded through reading aloud in purposeful,...

Building a Culture of Literacy with Adolescents

Creating a Culture of Reading is critical in the Information Age in which we live. Everything vies for our students’ attention, so it is up to us...

Learning Lab Greatest Hits: 2022-23

What are the 2022-23 Greatest Hits? So many great sessions have taken place in the Learning Lab this school year. Join us for a Year in Review full...

The American Academy of Pediatrics' Family Media Use Plan

Media is everywhere, and managing it all can be tough. Creating a Family Media Plan can help you and your children set media priorities that matter...

Teach Indy | Useful Classroom Strategies for Special Education Students

Teach Indy Educators Conference: Useful Classroom Strategies for Special Education Students Presentation from Breakout Session

Teach Indy | Neurodiversity in the STEM Integrated Classroom

Teach Indy Educators Conference: Neurodiversity in the STEM Integrated Classroom Breakout Session Presentation

Effective Policies as a Tool for Digital Citizenship

Responsible Use Policies can be an effective tool to build a framework for Digital Citizenship within schools. Unfortunately, many policies are...

Practical Uses for Paraprofessionals

This session, led by Tonia Brewer, will share how we can best use SpED, EL and Title I paraprofessionals to support students.Did you enjoy this...

IDOE STEM Certification Spotlight: Eastern High School

Join IDOE specialists with representatives from Eastern High School as they share highlights about their school and their STEM Certification process....

How Can INvestEd benefit IN Educators and Students?

Join us in the Learning Lab to hear about free resources to help you navigate your own student loan repayment and hear the latest on federal student...

"Fix-er Up!" on IDTV

Tips from the Field: Led by the Digital Learning Leadership Cadre continue with our second session. Tune into IDTV, Indiana's Instructional Design...

Synchronous Virtual Learning: Research Findings Workshop

Are you hoping to improve your synchronous virtual learning sessions? The Office of Digital Learning and The Office of Teaching and Learning recently...

March 2023 High Ability Webinar

This webinar is intended for High Ability Coordinators and educators.

February 2023 High Ability Webinar

This webinar is intended for High Ability Coordinators and educators.

Introduction to NIMAC

Join this session to learn more about the National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC) and how it supports students with disabilities who...

Be Data Driven: Strategies for Personalized Learning

In this workshop, part of Tips from the Field - Led by the Digital Learning Leadership Cadre, participants will join a variety of educators as they...

Fun & Fearless Digital Learning

This session is a part of the Encore LIVE workshop series, highlighting some of the best sessions from the 2022 Summer of Learning...