Join us to review and discuss the many issues facing leaders as we reopen schools this fall. Come with questions, ideas of implementation and a collaborative spirit. Access our agenda and resources at https://bit.ly/GBCIA2020.
In this session you will experience Xello from a student's perspective. Participants will get an overview of all the key components of Xello. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions about the educator side of Xello.
Bring your questions and we will do our best to answer them. This is an informal discussion time about the use and best practices of using Zoom.
This is part of an ongoing weekly series for principals to collaborate around school reopening with safety, operations, and leadership at the forefront of the conversation. Additionally, relevant and timely resources will be provided.
In this session, participants will learn how to use social and emotional data to guide practice. After a brief overview of practical strategies for assessing student social and emotional well-being, the session will center on a simulated data review meeting in which participants will have the opportunity to review and interpret social and emotional assessment
Throughout these unparalleled times, we have an opportunity for increased collaboration and collective problem-solving. Together we will learn, lead, and develop supports for the students, staff, and caregivers in which we care so deeply.
Engaging students virtually is a challenge. Fortunately, there are many EdTech tools that make engagement not only possible, but fun and enriching. These tools connect and play well with Google Classroom, Seesaw and other learning management platforms and provide a great next step for teachers looking to more deeply engage their students.
Join counselors in Kansas to network and discuss hot topics happening in the realm of school counseling. We will meet on Wednesday, August 12th, 19th, and 26th at 1PM. Join us for all or whatever your schedule allows. Networking rooms will be availalbe for elementary, middle, and high school counselors during the hour session.
Explore meaningful instructional examples for remote learning opportunities that don't rely solely on student access to the internet.
Perhaps one positive outcome of the corona crisis will be stronger home-school connections and a deeper awareness of how educators and families can work in partnership to keep children learning and developing. In this workshop, participants will learn about the research supporting family engagement and its effect on student learning as well as the difference