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Providing Virtual Professional Development

Nathaniel Foor, PBL and New Tech Network Instructional Coach presents ways to maximize our use of video to expand our reach and impact of...

Virtual Voyagers: OER Commons and Resources

Megan Simmons, Associate Director of Training and Design for the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME), introduces us...

FERPA and Virtual Learning during COVID-19

This webinar recording, shared by the US Department of Education, is a guidance to answer questions school officials may have had concerning the...

Understanding and Planning with WIDA ACCESS Scores

Take a guided tour with Erica Sponberg through a WIDA ACCESS score report to understand its components. Then, the session will focus on actionable...

Expanding HLPs

This session, led by Nancy Holsapple, will explore two questions: How can I use HLPs for all students? and Can HLP be used for any students?Did you...

Makerspaces & STEM

Dr. Adam Maltese, associate professor at Indiana University, discusses making, makerspaces, maker programs, and STEM implementation. "It's not what...

Lost in Translation: Best Tools for EL Learners: On-Demand Workshop

Translation tools can support educators in integrating a student’s home language into instruction. This workshop, facilitated by Alisha Foor,...

Giving Voice to Your Lessons with Mote

mote is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to easily add voice comments and feedback in Google Classroom, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and...

Leadership in Integrative STEM Education: On-Demand Workshop

Check out this session, a part of the STEM speaker series, where Ball State University professors Dr. Geesa, Dr. Rose, & Dr. Stith focus on...

Why Your School Should Have an EdTech Coach

Teachers were hired to be masters of their content and teach their students, not to be a technologist. What technology has stayed fresh in the...

Personalize Your PD with Digital Badges: An On-Demand Workshop

Are you wondering whether badges might be a good fit for you and your learning goals?Learn more about why digital badges and portfolios can be...

Responsive Engagement with Social Annotation: An On-Demand Workshop

Social annotation is a hands-on, minds-on collaborative activity where reading and thinking occur with others. It brings the age-old process of...

Virtual Formative Assessment: An On-Demand Workshop

Join guest presenter Daniel Hickey from Indiana University in this on-demand workshop as you discover more about virtual formative...

Teach Indy Educators Conference: Welcome and Panel Discussion

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

The Fast and the Curious EduProtocol

EduProtocols are reusable lesson frames that are great for nearly all learners and content areas. This particular protocol, The Fast and the Curious...

Connections Before Content: An On-Demand Workshop

This workshop, led by guest presenter Nicholas Ferroni, is dedicated to reminding teachers what is truly at the core of most effective learning:...

Maximizing Student Engagement—Helping Students Turn Their Passion into Purpose

In this session led by Claudia Greenwell, discover career pathways leading to industry-recognized certifications that lead to high demand/high paying...

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...