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December 2022

Ask Better Questions to Get Deeper Thinking

December 6 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Wondering how to facilitate deeper thinking in your classroom? Then this session is for you! Text-specific questions are a more effective type of text-based question. Learn how to create these using text you already have to take students to the next level of thinking AND improve reading comprehension. Note: This session will NOT be recorded, so live attendance is encouraged. Presenter: Joan Pinkerton

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How Principals and Network/District Leaders Can Turn Data into Action

December 7 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Collecting, reviewing, and understanding data represents the best, most reliable way to identify what students retain from their learning and how to provide instruction and support to get them where they need to be. In this virtual session, Opal Dawson from ASCD will provide engaging, research-based professional learning on evaluating data and applying data analytics results to guide instruction. This learning opportunity is specifically designed for Principals, Executive Directors, Network Instructional Staff, and District Leaders, who oversee school-wide or network-wide…

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Autism: Brain, Behavior, Curriculum, and Culture (Part 2)

December 8 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

In this two-session series*, we will explore the latest understanding of how the Autistic brain works and implications for behavior support, curriculum and instruction, and classroom/school culture. Participants will explore tools to develop 1) autistic-learner profiles, 2) autistic-learner support plans to address specific individual needs (e.g., physiology, interoception, sensory, communication, cognition, and energy/emotional regulation), and 3) educational programming considerations for autistic learners, with an emphasis on learner agency, communication, curriculum, and culture. Neurodiversity affirming practices will be emphasized in these…

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