Creating an Advisory Program that Works
Presenter: Matt Pearsall
Wednesday, September 12, 2018, 4-5pm ET
How do you create a successful advisory program? Research suggests customizing a program for your school is key, but who has the time and resources to do that? You do! With thoughtful planning, any school can develop an advisory program that meets its particular needs.
Behind the Screen: Understanding the Power of Social Media in Young Peoples' Lives
Presenter: Rosalind Wiseman
Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 4-5pm ET
How is social media influencing children and teens identity development, friendships, and conflict with other people? In this webinar, Rosalind Wiseman will share insights from teens about the impact of social media on young people's social dynamics, relationships and friendships through their social media platforms.
Leading Through Design Thinking Principles for Success
Presenter: Neil Gupta
Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 4-5pm ET
Challenges in school design are a daily occurrence in all facets of the educational day. The webinar will provide insights on the design thinking process as well as share practical tools, tips, and strategies in each phase.
Bust the Boredom: Engaging Students Even if You Aren't "Creative"
Presenter: Katie Powell
Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 4-5pm ET
Worksheet Busters are easy, effective activity frameworks that transform ordinary worksheets into engaging, meaningful learning experiences. Learn several of these easy-to-replicate activities and how to design your own Worksheet Busters to engage students within your own teaching style and content.
Addressing Student and Parent Concerns about Transition to the Middle Level
Presenter: Gail Heinemeyer
Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 4-5pm ET
As students and parents begin to think about transition to the middle level, they have many concerns and are often filled with anxiety. In this webinar, we will explain the difference between an orientation program and a transition program, and share procedures to develop a transition camp.