Audience: ELA Teachers 6-12 and Elementary Teachers 3-5
Description: Free digital workshops include a mix of research articles, live classroom videos, and guest speaker videos paired with discussion and reflection questions. Many of the workshops are designed for educators to engage in multiple sittings with the material over a series of days or even weeks. Workshops for ELA include: Write in the Middle, Making Meaning in Literature, Conversations in Literature, Engaging with Literature, In Search of a Novel, and Inside Writing Communities.
Description: Free digital workshop includes 20 units of study including a mix of research articles, live classroom videos, and guest speaker videos paired with discussion and reflection questions. Workshop description: Reading and writing are no longer the sole responsibility of the English classroom, but a critical part of how students explore and understand complex concepts across all disciplines. By examining general disciplinary literacy strategies and practices—and then focusing more deeply on their own discipline—middle and high school teachers will gain insight into how to support their students’ literacy skills while meeting content goals.
Description: ASCD webinar archive contains dozens of pre-recorded, on-demand professional learning sessions featuring topics like engaging all students, supporting bilingual and EL students, increasing classroom literacy practices, and taking control of your own professional learning.
Description: A special edition of Educational Leadership that is free and open to all educators. No log-in required. Articles in this special education include such titles as, Avoiding School Leadership Burnout, Making Your Own Grass Greener, How to Help Teachers Win the Burnout War, Always Find Time for Family, Three Rules for Staying Happy and Sane, and Teaching Smarter.