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Powerful Learning in Thematic Units: Making Connections in the Middle Level
Presenter: Mark Springer

Join AMLE and Mark Springer in this free webinar about the fundamentals of integrating curriculum and building interdisciplinary units in the middle level. Walk away with information on how to make this critical work happen in your school.
Topics: Common Core State Standards, Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Language Arts and Literacy, Middle School Concept, Organizational Structures, Student Leadership, Teaching, Young Adolescent Development,
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Grow Student Leaders & End World Hunger
Presenter: USA Today & the Lift a Life Foundation

Join AMLE, USA Today & the Lift a Life Foundation as they discuss the importance of middle level student leadership and Lead2Feed, a service learning program that nurtures a new generation of passionate leaders– the ones sitting in our classroomswhile working to end world hunger.
Topics: Advisory/Advocacy, Common Core State Standards, Curriculum, Family and Community, Health, Wellness, Guidance, Leadership, School Culture/Climate, Student Leadership, Teaching,
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Bullying Prevention: What Works in the Middle
Presenter: Anti-Defamation League

Join AMLE and the Anti-Defamation League’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute as we take a closer look at bullying in the middle level and discuss practical prevention and intervention tools.
Topics: At-risk/RTI, Bullying/School Safety, Classroom Management, Leadership, Middle School Concept, Organizational Structures, Research, School Culture/Climate, Student Leadership, Teaching, Young Adolescent Development,
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Raising the Ceiling: Gifted Education in the Middle Level
Presenter: Dr. Susan Rakow

Join AMLE and Dr. Susan Rakow in this free webinar about improving the educational lives of advanced learners in the middle grades.
Topics: At-risk/RTI, Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Middle School Concept, Research, School Culture/Climate, Teaching, Young Adolescent Development,
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Supporting All Students: RTI, IEPs, Inclusion, and YOU!
Presenter: Lisa Norris and Kandy Grant

Join AMLE and Dru Tomlin, Lisa Norris, and Kandy Grant as we examine how we can best support all learners in the middle level.
Topics: Assessment, Classroom Management, Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Middle School Concept, Organizational Structures, School Culture/Climate, Special Education/Inclusion, Teaching, Teaming, Young Adolescent Development,
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Differentiated Instruction to Meet Our Middle Level Learners
Presenter: Carol Ann Tomlinson

Join AMLE and Carol Ann Tomlinson in this free webinar about making differentiated instruction work in the middle level.
Topics: Assessment, Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Language Arts and Literacy, Middle School Concept, Research, School Culture/Climate, Teaching, Young Adolescent Development,
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Managing the Madness: Classroom Management for the Middle Level Educator
Presenter: Jack Berckemeyer

Join AMLE and Jack Berckemeyer in this free webinar about classroom management in the middle level.
Topics: Classroom Management, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Middle School Concept, Teaching, Young Adolescent Development,
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Digital Discoveries for Black History Month: New Resources. New Lesson Plans. New Perspectives
Presenter: Britannica Digital Learning

Join AMLE and Britannica Digital Learning for this exciting webinar, which will give every middle grade educator a look at powerful new online resources and teaching approaches to engage students in the meaning of Black History Month.
Topics: Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Language Arts and Literacy, School Culture/Climate, Teaching, Technology,
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Keys to Educating Middle Grades Students in Poverty
Presenter: Ruby Payne

Join AMLE and Ruby Payne as we discuss essential ways to reach and teach middle grades students in poverty. Examine proven strategies that make an impact on the lives of students in your classroom and school.
Topics: At-risk/RTI, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Family and Community, Leadership, Research, School Culture/Climate, Student Leadership, Teaching, Young Adolescent Development,
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Effective Middle Grades Teaching with Technology
Presenter: David Hayward

Join AMLE and David Hayward from ITSCO (www.itsco.org) as we take a look at technology integration in your middle level classroom.
Topics: Assessment, Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, Diversity and Social Equity, Leadership, STEM, Teaching, Technology,
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