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Recently Added Sessions
  1. Public Funds Investment Training
    Public Funds Investment Training from a practical perspective. This training will cover all required material of the Public Funds Investment Act and will be focused on the relevant issues for the vast majority of districts that do not have the time and resources to have full time staff dedicated to managing the investment process.
  2. LSSP Roundtable
    Professional roundtable to discuss current issues facing LSSPs in school practice.
  3. Foreign Language/Fine Arts/PE (6-12) PLC
    Join our Google Classroom to access resources and collaborate with other teachers who are in your grade level and are teaching your content! This is a great place to see what others are doing for instruction, post resources to support other teachers, and collaborate in order to provide the best instruction possible to all students!
  4. Science Webinar Sandwich for the Virtual Classroom
    Teaching traditionally AND virtually?!? Let's use your traditional lesson and "remodel" it for your virtual classroom. We will use the webinar sandwich design to make this a simple and easy process. Join us as we learn to take one bite at a time to more successfully plan learning in the virtual world. This will be a live webinar on October 5th from 4:15 PM-5:15 PM.
  5. Fix It Up Series: K-2 ELA Behind the Scenes: Episode #3
    If you haven’t heard, our ELA team is hosting Fix It Up lesson remodel reveals through live webinars! Whether you attended Fix It Up Lesson Remodel Reveal Episode 3 or not, join this on-demand session to learn about how our team redesigned a K-2 ELA lesson plan. You will have access to a short clip of the reveal (in case you missed it), plus step-by-step instructions of how we created the lesson! Then, you will create the resource to use for your classroom and submit to earn credit! We can’t wait to see your renovations!
  6. Fix It Up Series: K-2 ELA Behind the Scenes: Episode #2
    If you haven’t heard, our ELA team is hosting Fix It Up lesson remodel reveals through live webinars! Whether you attended Fix It Up Lesson Remodel Reveal Episode 2 or not, join this on-demand session to learn about how our team redesigned a K-2 ELA lesson plan. You will have access to a short clip of the reveal (in case you missed it), plus step-by-step instructions of how we created the lesson! Then, you will create the resource to use for your classroom and submit to earn credit! We can’t wait to see your renovations!
  7. Google Slides Interactive Notebook for the Math Classroom 5-8 Part 2
    Looking to learn how to implement digital notebooks in your Math classroom, but just not sure where to start? Come spend some time with us to learn how you can integrate digital forms of interactive student notebooks into your classroom as either part of a blended format or completely online! This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. This will be a live webinar from 3:30-4:30 pm October 19th.
  8. Google Slides Interactive Notebook for the Science Classroom 6-12 Part 2
    Looking to learn how to implement digital notebooks in your Science classroom, but just not sure where to start? Come spend some time with us to learn how you can integrate digital forms of interactive student notebooks into your classroom as either part of a blended format or completely online! This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. This will be a live webinar from 4:15-5:15 PM October 20th.
  9. 3-Act Tasks in Middle School Math
    A 3-Act Task is a whole group collaborative task that consists of 3 parts and was created to provide an engaging context for the use of mathematics. Join us as we learn what a 3-Act task is and use resources already created to build mastery and application of middle school math content.
  10. Virtual Manipulatives for Middle School Math
    In a virtual world students still need to be able to dive in deep with mathematical thinking, and in order for students to make connections they need to get their hands dirty. Come join us as we explore a variety of free math manipulatives to aid students in mathematical understanding and how they can be used in our new world.
Upcoming Sessions
  1. Orientation to the Texas Education Code for New Board Members
    This training is designed for new school board members. It is an orientation to the Texas Education Code.
  2. 504 Committee Training- Online
    This session is for members of a 504 committee. It will dive into legal responsibilities of the committee members and types of accommodations for students with a 504 plan.
  3. 504 for Beginners-Online
    This workshop will go in depth about how to determine who gets a 504 plan, how to create one, 504 legal updates, district policies, and problem issues. It is designed for participants new to their role as a 504 coordinator.
  4. Title IX All Staff - Online Course
    The new Title IX regulations require staff training to inform all district staff about their responsibility to identify and report sexual harassment in the school setting. Training provided by Underwood will inform educators and staff about the new legal definitions, duties and procedures for reporting possible sexual harassment, and will address the following topics: Identifying and reporting sexual harassment; understanding your duties and how your role intersects with the Title IX Coordinator, as well as administrators investigating or reviewing complaints of harassment; awareness of changes to a district’s Code of Conduct; implementing interventions for students during and following a sexual harassment investigation.
  5. Title IX Specific Requirements and Duties - Online Course
    The new Title IX regulations require the Title IX coordinator, as well as district and campus administrators who may be investigators or serve as grievance hearing officers, to obtain training on the new legal standards and procedural requirements applicable to complaints, investigations and appeals of alleged harassment. Training provided by the Underwood Law Firm will not only inform administrators about the new legal definitions and procedures, but will also provide practical guidance on how to effectively implement the new regulations in the context of a district’s complaint and discipline procedures.
  6. Be Internet Awesome Digital Citizenship By Google
    Be Internet Awesome is a program from Google that aims to help kids be safe, confident explorers of the online world. It includes a robust classroom curriculum, resources for parents, and Interland, an adventure-packed game for kids. In this online training you will explore the 5 fundamental elements designed to help students stay safe on the internet!
  7. Foreign Language/Fine Arts/PE (6-12) PLC
    Join our Google Classroom to access resources and collaborate with other teachers who are in your grade level and are teaching your content! This is a great place to see what others are doing for instruction, post resources to support other teachers, and collaborate in order to provide the best instruction possible to all students!
  8. G/T Online: Administrator/Counselor Training
    In this course, you will learn about the nature of gifted students, identification measures to find the gifted, and program options that meet their needs. You will also learn what is required by Texas law for gifted students and what best identification and program practices should be followed. The objectives will be met through online research and examination of district information and practices. This course is aligned to the Texas State Plan for the Education of the Gifted/Talented Students and meets Texas state requirements for 6-hour G/T administrator and counselor training.
  9. G/T Online: Designing Curriculum for G/T Students
    In this course, you will learn about innovative and practical ways to design appropriately challenging curricula for gifted students and about the Texas Performance Standards Project (TPSP) for gifted students. You will contribute ideas to group discussions, share your own experiences, and research related information. You will take a 10-question test at the end of the course. This workshop meets the state mandate (19 TAC 89.2(1) specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators.
  10. G/T Online: Differentiating Instruction for G/T Students
    In this course, you will learn about traditional methods of reaching gifted students as well as newly developed methods. You will learn what differentiation truly means and what it should look like for gifted students. You will also learn what is required by Texas law for the design of curricula for gifted students and what best instructional practices should be followed. You will contribute ideas to the discussion board, share your own experiences, and research related information. You will take a 10-question test at the end of the course. This workshop meets the state mandate (19 TAC 89.2(1) specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators.
  11. G/T Online: Foundations of Gifted Education
    In this course, you will learn how we defined giftedness and served gifted students in the past, and how that past has shaped our present legal and conceptual understandings of giftedness. You will contribute ideas to the discussion board, share your own experiences, and research related information. You will take a 10-question test at the end of the course. This course is aligned to the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students and meets state requirements for 6 hours of G/T credit.
  12. G/T Online: Nature and Needs of G/T Students
    In this online course, you will learn about the cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics of gifted students. You will contribute ideas to group discussions, share your own experiences, and research related information. The objectives will be met through online research, investigation of district information and practices, and discussions. You will take a 10-question test at the end of the course. This workshop meets the state mandate (19 TAC 89.2(1) specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators. This workshop highlights often seen characteristics and behaviors of gifted students for classroom teachers and others new to the field of gifted education.
  13. G/T Online: Research Skills for G/T Teachers
    In this course, you will learn research skills and how to teach them to G/T students. You will learn ways of selecting research topics, how to ask provocative questions about their topics, how to create a research proposal, methods of conducting research, analysis and synthesis of data, and ways of presenting research results. You will learn how to teach your students to do all of these research activities. Learning ways to coach students at each stage of the research process, so that students become more self-reflective about their own thinking, is an integral part of the course. Objectives will be met through online research, engaging in other research-related activities, and practice in coaching students through simulated student/teacher encounters in each course section. Course content aligns with the Texas Performance Standards Project. This course is aligned with standards set forth in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) §110.45. (14) (A–G) and meets state requirements for 12 hours of G/T credit.
  14. G/T Online: Setting Standards for Success of G/T Students
    In this course, you will learn more about using assessment to measure student growth and the quality of a district's services for gifted students. You will learn about the Texas Performance Standards Project (TPSP) and how districts can use this project to ensure that gifted students are showing academic and personal growth. You will also learn how district services are helping gifted students reach the goals established in the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students. You will contribute ideas to the discussion board, share your own experiences, and research related information. You will take a 10-question test at the end of the course. This workshop meets the state mandate(19 TAC 89.2(1) specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators.
  15. Google Classroom - Basics and Beyond
    This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Google Classroom with your students. Google Classroom is an online website and application accessible from mobile devices, laptops, and desktops that allows teachers to create classes, distribute assignments, and send feedback to students. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  16. Google Fundamentals - Docs
    This course is for beginners learning the basics of G-Suite. Google Docs is a free application created by Google which allows users to create and edit files online and offline while collaborating with others. This course is a great way to get started in creating documents that allow for collaborating and student involvement. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  17. Google Fundamentals - Drive
    This course is a great way to learn the basics of Google Drive with your students. As you progress through this course, you will complete modules and a scavenger hunt. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success. Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. Google Drive allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files. Files created and edited through the suite are saved in Google Drive.
  18. Google Fundamentals - Forms
    This course is for beginners learning the basics of G-Suite. Google Forms is a survey administration app that is included in the Google Drive office suite. It is a tool that allows collecting information from users via a personalized survey or quiz. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  19. Google Fundamentals - Sheets
    This course is for beginners learning the basics of G-Suite. Google Sheets is a free, web-based program for creating and editing spreadsheets. It's similar to Microsoft Excel within Microsoft Office. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  20. Google Fundamentals - Sites
    This course is for beginners learning the basics of G-Suite. Google sites is free and easy to use. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  21. Google Fundamentals - Slides
    This course is for beginners learning the basics of G-Suite. Google Slides is a presentation program included in G-Suite. Slides allows users to create and edit presentations online while collaborating with other users in real-time. This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Google Slides with your students. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  22. Google Intermediate - Docs
    This course is for intermediate learning of G-Suite. Google Docs is a free application created by Google which allows users to create and edit files online and offline while collaborating with others. This course is a great way to get started in creating documents that allow for collaborating and student involvement. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  23. Google Intermediate - Forms
    This course is for intermediate learning of G-Suite. Google Forms is a survey administration app that is included in the Google Drive office suite. It is a tool that allows collecting information from users via a personalized survey or quiz. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  24. Google Intermediate - Google Classroom
    This course is for intermediate users and is a great way to further your knowledge in Google Classroom with your students. Google Classroom is an online website and application accessible from mobile devices, laptops, and desktops that allows teachers to create classes, distribute assignments, and send feedback to students. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  25. Google Intermediate - Sheets
    This course is for intermediate learning of G-Suite. Google Sheets is a free, web-based program for creating and editing spreadsheets. It's similar to Microsoft Excel within Microsoft Office. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  26. Google Intermediate - Slides
    This course is for intermediate learning of G-Suite. Google Slides is a presentation program included in G-Suite. Slides allows users to create and edit presentations online while collaborating with other users in real-time. This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Google Slides with your students. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  27. GT Online: Identification and Assessing the Needs of G/T Students
    In this course, you will gain understanding of how to implement Texas law and the State Board of Education rule concerning the assessment and identification of gifted and talented students. You will also learn about methods of assessment that help accurately identify the needs of the gifted students in a district. You will contribute ideas to the discussion board, share your own experiences, and research related information. You will take a 10-question test at the end of the course. This workshop meets the state mandate (19 TAC 89.2(1) specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators.
  28. ParaPros Make the Difference
    Paraprofessionals are often utilized as the facilitator for special education services, but may not have the appropriate training to fill this important role. This training clarifies the role of the paraprofessional, gives a basic look at the student who receives special education services, strategies for in-class assistance and collaboration with the special education and general education teachers.
  29. Technology Toolbox Series: Digital Choice Boards
    This course is a great way to learn about digital choice boards that give students the ability to tap into multiple intelligences and learning styles. Choice boards are graphic organizers that have a variety of squares with an activity for students to practice a concept, create, or collaborate with each other that allow them to choose how they learn. This technology tool is great to increase student engagement, student ownership, and differentiate learning.
  30. Technology Toolbox Series: EdPuzzle
    How many times did you plan a lesson and events led to an unexpected circumstance? In this workshop you will learn how to plan an amazing video-lesson and how to use it effectively with your students. Even in the most unpredictable circumstances. It's hard to reuse videos from other teachers and you have to spend your weekends creating your videos from scratch. Do you know if they are watching the lesson? If you assign a video to your class you don't know who is paying attention and who is on Facebook. Are the students having a passive experience? A video can be like a lecture without interaction: boring and useless. Accept it, a 30 minutes video about exponents can be really boring. Do you know if students are learning? How do you know if your students got the lesson from the video? Maybe they weren't paying attention or they just skipped that part. You don't know. EDPuzzle will solve these problems. EDpuzzle is a video platform where you can make any video your lesson. For free. Use your favorite videos from YouTube or upload your own and build an interactive lesson for your students.
  31. Technology Toolbox Series: Flipgrid
    This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Flipgrid with your students. As you progress through this course, you will complete assignments and quizzes. After completion, your assignments will be graded. You must score at least 70% to receive credit. Once grading is complete, you will get a completion email confirming your success.
  32. Technology Toolbox Series: Google Jamboard
    Google Jamboard is an interactive tool that allows teachers to engage students in a whiteboard style experience. We will learn how to create content specific Jamboards to collaborate, share ideas, and access from anywhere. Google Jamboard integrates easily with Google Classroom and can contain images, shapes, sticky notes, and text options. Students can also create products using Jamboards to show their thinking. Come join us as we explore the power of a Jamboard in classrooms.
  33. Technology Toolbox Series: Idea Boardz
    Idea Boardz is an online website that allows you to promote collaboration virtually. It allows students to collectively brainstorm, gather inputs, reflect and collaborate with others. Let's explore idea boardz together!
  34. Technology Toolbox Series: Pear Deck
    Pear Deck is a platform for student engagement that inspires students of all ages to do their best, and saves teachers time! Pear Deck is an interactive presentation tool used to actively engage students in individual and social learning. Teachers create presentations using their Google Drive account. During each session, teachers can see the presentation as well as the students participating in the session. This is a great collaboration tool.
  35. Technology Toolbox Series: Quizizz
    Quizizz is a platform for student engagement that inspires students of all ages to do their best, and saves teachers time! Teachers can organize their students, assign quizzes easily and sort their reports by class. Quizizz is an online assessment tool that allows teachers and students to create and use one another's quizzes. A quiz can be recorded live as a timed competition or used as homework with a specific deadline.
  36. Technology Toolbox Series: Screencastify
    Screencastify is a simple video screen capture software for Chrome. It allows you to record a browser tab, your whole desktop or your webcam. You can also embed your webcam in the corner while you're recording a tab or your desktop. Participants will learn how to record lessons, share it with students, and features within Screencastify to take teaching to the next level.
  37. Technology Toolbox Series: Seesaw
    Welcome to Seesaw! This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Seesaw with your students. Seesaw is a platform for student engagement that inspires students of all ages to do their best, and saves teachers time! Students use creative tools to take pictures, draw, record videos and more to capture learning in a portfolio. Teachers find or create activities to share with students. Families only see their child's work and leave comments and encouragement.
  38. Technology Toolbox Series: Slides Mania/Vocaroo
    Vocaroo is a fully-online audio recorder that allows users to capture media without downloading any software. Use this web-based tool to create audio files and share as a link or an embedded file. Vocaroo can also be used to host audio files that you have uploaded and want to use with an interactive player. Slides Mania is a website which includes free themes, templates, resources and How To’s for Google Slides and PowerPoint! This course will show you how to incorporate both technology tips together.
  39. Technology Toolbox Series: ThingLink
    Thinglink is an education technology platform that makes it east to share videos, images, and content with students. The audio and visual aspect of the platform creates an engaging experience for students and can potentially house all content needed for a unit of study! Join us as we learn to create our very own Thinglink for our content. (We will only be exploring the free version of Thinglink!)
  40. Technology Toolbox Series: Wakelet
    Welcome to Wakelet! This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Wakelet with your students. Wakelet is a free platform that allows you to curate and organize content to save and share. You can save videos, articles, images, Tweets, links or even add your own text. Save this content in your bookmarks, or organize related items into a collection.
  41. Technology Toolbox Series: Whiteboard.fi
    Welcome to Whiteboard.fi! This course is a great way to learn how to get started in Whiteboard.fi with your students. Whiteboard.fi is an instant formative assessment tool for your classroom, providing you with live feedback and immediate overview over your students. Whiteboard.fi is a simple tool that can be used instantly. By creating a class and letting your students join, everyone will get a digital whiteboard.
  42. Virtual Manipulatives for Middle School Math
    In a virtual world students still need to be able to dive in deep with mathematical thinking, and in order for students to make connections they need to get their hands dirty. Come join us as we explore a variety of free math manipulatives to aid students in mathematical understanding and how they can be used in our new world.
  43. Turn Up Tuesdays- Dot Storming
    This one hour webinar will teach you how to incorporate different tech tools into your classroom!! Your "Turn Up Tuesday" crew will show you how to integrate these tools into your Math, Science and ELAR classrooms.
  44. Fix It Up Series: K-2 ELA Behind the Scenes: Episode #2
    If you haven’t heard, our ELA team is hosting Fix It Up lesson remodel reveals through live webinars! Whether you attended Fix It Up Lesson Remodel Reveal Episode 2 or not, join this on-demand session to learn about how our team redesigned a K-2 ELA lesson plan. You will have access to a short clip of the reveal (in case you missed it), plus step-by-step instructions of how we created the lesson! Then, you will create the resource to use for your classroom and submit to earn credit! We can’t wait to see your renovations!
  45. Culture & Community: Understanding the World through Pre-K Social Studies
    This session will focus on social studies at the Pre-Kindergarten level. During this session, we will take a look at the state expectations through the Pre-K social studies guidelines, work through some engaging activities aligned to these standards, discuss how best to teach social studies in the event of school closings, and collaborate through discussion boards on ways to ensure your Pre-K students are ready for Kindergarten. The session will provide 3 CPE hours toward compliance with the 30-hour statutory requirements for PK teacher qualifications under TEC, Chapter 21, Subchapter B.
  46. Science Webinar Sandwich for the Virtual Classroom
    Teaching traditionally AND virtually?!? Let's use your traditional lesson and "remodel" it for your virtual classroom. We will use the webinar sandwich design to make this a simple and easy process. Join us as we learn to take one bite at a time to more successfully plan learning in the virtual world. This will be a live webinar on October 5th from 4:15 PM-5:15 PM.
  47. Public Funds Investment Training
    Public Funds Investment Training from a practical perspective. This training will cover all required material of the Public Funds Investment Act and will be focused on the relevant issues for the vast majority of districts that do not have the time and resources to have full time staff dedicated to managing the investment process.
  48. Science Squad Rendezvous-Science Journal (Google)
    During this one-hour webinar your Science Squad will teach you the ins and outs of Science Journal (part of Google Suite). "Science Journal transforms your phone, tablet, and Chromebook into a science notebook that encourages students to explore their world." Students can utilize this tool in the classroom or virtually!
  49. Project-Based Learning in the Classroom
    This workshop will teach participants to use their content standards to create a student-centered project using PBL methodology. It will run from October 7 through December 11. This course will offer 6 hours credit.
  50. Google Slides Interactive Notebook for the Math Classroom 5-8 Part 2
    Looking to learn how to implement digital notebooks in your Math classroom, but just not sure where to start? Come spend some time with us to learn how you can integrate digital forms of interactive student notebooks into your classroom as either part of a blended format or completely online! This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. This will be a live webinar from 3:30-4:30 pm October 19th.
  51. Relationships, Relationships, Relationships: Pre-K Social & Emotional Development
    This session will focus on social and emotional development at the Pre-Kindergarten level. During this session, we will take a look at the state expectations through the Pre-K social and emotional development guidelines, work through some engaging activities aligned to these standards, discuss how best to teach this development in the event of school closings, and collaborate through discussion boards on ways to ensure your Pre-K students are ready for Kindergarten. The session will provide 3 CPE hours toward compliance with the 30-hour statutory requirements for PK teacher qualifications under TEC, Chapter 21, Subchapter B.
  52. Google Slides Interactive Notebook for the Science Classroom 6-12 Part 2
    Looking to learn how to implement digital notebooks in your Science classroom, but just not sure where to start? Come spend some time with us to learn how you can integrate digital forms of interactive student notebooks into your classroom as either part of a blended format or completely online! This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. This will be a live webinar from 4:15-5:15 PM October 20th.
  53. P.A.P.A. VIRTUAL Training: Parenting and Paternity Awareness Curriculum Training
    Parenting and Paternity Awareness (p.a.p.a.) is an evidence-based, educational curriculum designed for young adults. It teaches them the benefits of waiting to become a parent until after they have completed their education, started a career, and are in a stable, committed relationship. The p.a.p.a. program is a way school districts can comply with state law requiring high-school health to include a parenting and paternity awareness curriculum.
  54. LSSP Roundtable
    Professional roundtable to discuss current issues facing LSSPs in school practice.
  55. 3-Act Tasks in Middle School Math
    A 3-Act Task is a whole group collaborative task that consists of 3 parts and was created to provide an engaging context for the use of mathematics. Join us as we learn what a 3-Act task is and use resources already created to build mastery and application of middle school math content.
  56. Turn Up Tuesdays- Quizizz
    This one hour webinar will teach you how to incorporate different tech tools into your classroom!! Your "Turn Up Tuesday" crew will show you how to integrate these tools into your Math, Science and ELAR classrooms.
  57. Fix It Up Series: K-2 ELA Behind the Scenes: Episode #3
    If you haven’t heard, our ELA team is hosting Fix It Up lesson remodel reveals through live webinars! Whether you attended Fix It Up Lesson Remodel Reveal Episode 3 or not, join this on-demand session to learn about how our team redesigned a K-2 ELA lesson plan. You will have access to a short clip of the reveal (in case you missed it), plus step-by-step instructions of how we created the lesson! Then, you will create the resource to use for your classroom and submit to earn credit! We can’t wait to see your renovations!

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