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Implicit Bias and Microaggressions
Presenter: J. Mori Johnson

Learn more about how implicit bias and how microaggressions are subtly thwarting your equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts. Discover what you can do as a bystander or target of microaggressions. Recognize your implicit biases and learn not act on your biases as if they are facts.
Topics: Diversity and Social Equity,
*Professional and School Members Only

A Follow-Up Open Roundtable on Discussing Current Events and the Inauguration with Students
Presenter: Cedrick Gray



Topics: Diversity and Social Equity,
*Professional and School Members Only

Avoid Burnout While Working at Home
Presenter: J. Mori Johnson

Are you more tired than usual? Does every day feel like the day before it? This session will explain the science behind why this is happening to you. Learn how you can feel more energized and create temporal bookends to separate your work from your life.
Topics: Health, Wellness, Guidance, Research,
*Professional and School Members Only

A Roundtable for BIPOC Educators
Presenter: Lisa Harrison



Topics: Diversity and Social Equity,
*Professional and School Members Only

How to Do Virtual Teaching – Even if you Have a Face for Radio
Presenter: Jack Berckemeyer

Join Jack Berckemeyer for a funny and practical journey into pre-recording lessons and virtually connecting with your students. We are all struggling with how to motivate our students and keep them engaged during the pandemic. Jack’s new workbook highlights the importance of feeling comfortable while recording yourself and your lessons. He provides guidelines on student etiquette during virtual teaching time and will share some great lessons that you can implement immediately.
Topics: Teaching,
*Professional and School Members Only

Getting the Most out of Google Slides
Presenter: Erin Scholes

Are you looking for notes pages that fit your teaching style and meet your needs? Have things you found online not quite met your needs? Come with your device, we will be using Google Slides to create your own notes or activity pages that you can take back and use right away.
Topics: Teaching, Technology,
*Professional and School Members Only

Designing Online Instruction for the Middle Grades: What Makes for Effective Learning
Presenter: Bryan Drost

In this interactive presentation, participants will learn what makes for effective online learning for students in the middle grades. A focus will be on the instructional design elements that connect familiar, traditional face-to-face instruction with perhaps the more unfamiliar, online components.
Topics: Teaching,
*Professional and School Members Only

Reading for Meaning with Read Live
Presenter: Pam Owens

Students develop fluency, phonics, vocabulary, and comprehension skills by combining the research-based strategies of teacher modeling, repeated reading, and progress monitoring. Learn to differentiate student instruction and provide systematic fluency and phonics intervention. This powerful strategy is demonstrated using Read Live, which now includes Read Naturally Live and Word Warm-ups Live.
Topics: Language Arts and Literacy,
*Professional and School Members Only

The Successful Middle School Philosophy: Making it Come Alive At Your School
Presenter: Rick Wormeli

I have my copy of The Successful Middle School: This We Believe. Now what? What makes young adolescent learners different? How do I begin to implement this philosophy at my school? Join us as Rick Wormeli leads a conversation about AMLE’s newly updated foundational position paper, The Successful Middle School: This We Believe.
Topics: Middle School Concept, Young Adolescent Development,
*Professional and School Members Only

When They Know TIK TOK And Not Google Doc: Strategies for Engaging Digitally Foreign Learners
Presenter: Keith Burgess, Jimmeka Anderson, and Amanda Clapp

Since COVID-19, have you had challenges getting your students to engage in remote learning, even when the technology is provided? While many students are digitally active through entertainment or social media, some are not accustomed to using technology in academic and informative ways outside of school. This population has been identified as digitally foreign learners. In this webinar, participants will learn about a project that addressed these challenges and take away some strategies to implement in their classroom.
Topics: Teaching, Technology,
*Professional and School Members Only

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