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Unpacking Buzzwords: What Does Engagement Really Mean?

Engagement is a word we often hear in the education field, but not everyone is on the same page with its meaning. Join this session to explore the...

Comprehensive School Counseling in Action

Effective school counseling programs are a collaborative effort between the counselor and other school staff members. This presentation will...

Merging STEM with ELA Through Project-Based Learning

Cross-curricular projects can help dispel the myth that knowledge exists in discrete "chunks" and helps promote a more holistic approach to...

Engaging Students with Current Technology in Math and ELA

Students live in a digital world so it would make sense for teachers to tap into what they already know. Using programs such as Google Education...

Recruitment Strategies for Equitable Computer Science Classes

While Indiana has made excellent progress in the growth of computer science learning opportunities for PK-12 students, expanding access and...

Student Accountability and Engagement: Middle School

When we empower students as conversationalists we invite them to the table to share their knowledge. Let's learn strategies that will guide students...

Student Accountability and Engagement: Elementary

When we empower students as conversationalists we invite them to the table to share their knowledge. Let's learn strategies that will guide students...

Supporting Secondary ELs

When the whole school comes together as a collaborative community to support secondary EL students, it creates an environment where they are engaged,...

Beyond Consuming: Interaction in Synchronous and Asynchronous Environments

Quality virtual learning, whether mostly synchronous or asynchronous, must be interactive. Students need to be able to interact with the teacher, the...

Conflict Resolution

This workshop, with Catherine Whitcher, explores the five questions you need to ask when conflict arises.December Get Your Teach On learning series

Evaluating Student Interactions & Student Relationships: Elementary

Strong relationships with peers can dramatically enhance students' level of motivation and therefore promote learning. When positive relationships...

Strategies for Building Student Relationships: Lower Elementary

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported and valued by their peers, they feel centered and empowered...

Strategies for Building Student Relationships: Middle School

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported and valued by their peers, they feel centered and empowered...

Strategies for Building Student Relationships: Elementary

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported and valued by their peers, they feel centered and empowered...

Tier, Coach, Grow: A Simple and Comprehensive Framework to Support Teachers through Instructional Coaching

Instructional leaders (i. e. coaches, principals, and teacher-leaders) work with teachers to improve the educational outcomes of their students. This...

Focusing on the Walkthrough: Observing with Intention

In this highly sought-after workshop, participants will walk away with the key benefits of conducting walkthroughs, keys to conducting a successful...

Difficult Conversations

This workshop, from the Leadership strand of our Get Your Teach On series, explores five tips for having successful difficult conversations, whether...

#INLovesReading Through Purposeful Play Preview

This workshop will preview the upcoming spring professional development series. The principles of the Science of Reading will be broken down into...

Partnering with Parents

Catherine Whitcher leads this workshop, from the Get Your Teach On: Special Education Educators series, will cover three strategies you can implement...

Campus Culture

Todd Nesloney leads this workshop, from the Get Your Teach On: Leaders series, which will cover 5 ways to build a strong campus culture all year...