Middle Schools: A Place to Belong and Become
Presenter: Patti Kinney, Laurie Barron
Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 4-5pm ET
If we reduce down what research tells us about quality middle level education, two concepts rise to the topbelonging and becoming. Based on the AMLE book of the same name, the authors, both award-winning former middle level principals, will share practical strategies they used to ensure their schools were a place where students could both belong and become.
Activities to Strengthen Students' Interdisciplinary Social Studies Thinking, Literacy, and Argumentation Skills
Presenter: Jeremiah Clabough
Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 4-5pm ET
In this webinar, we will explore four classroom-ready activities that can be utilized by middle school social studies teachers to strengthen their students' economic, geographical, civic, and historical thinking, literacy, and argumentation skills.
Daily/Weekly/Big Dog - A Framework for Including Writing In Any Content Area
Presenter: Lori Wilfong
Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 4-5pm ET
Mention writing to a non-ELA teacher and the first thing that often comes to mind is "report" or "essay." Join me to think about daily and weekly writing strategies that anyone can implement to ensure that writing is happening in fun, easy, and natural ways across all content areas!