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Alternative Certification Route to Licensure and Hire in Advance Agreement with UNLV and Clark County School District
Join this informational webinar presented by joint effort between UNLV and the Clark County School District to announce the pilot program which will get honorably discharged veterans, who successfully pass the alternative summer 2015 route to teaching certification program with UNLV, into paying positions within Clark County schools. Candidates must apply, get accepted into the program, attend classes, in person, at UNLV, successfully pass the classes and the required components of licensure including Praxis or Place testing. In return, they will be offered a position with Clark County School District for the 2015-2016 school year. Details of the program and it's components will be discussed at this webinar including the registration deadlines and details of the hiring process.

February 4 at 1400 EST - FREE
Using Blended Learning to Improve Schools  (Register HERE)
Michael Horn will highlight his new book's findings on blended learning and disruptive innovation. He will discuss how school leaders and teachers can design learning environments to harness innovation toward personalization, access and equity at scale to unleash student engagement and dramatically improve student achievement.

February 5 at 1400 EST - FREE
Deepening and Widening the Way we Teach Writing in K-5  (Register HERE)
The Common Core State Standards have led elementary schools to increase the amount of writing students do and provide them with instruction in planning, revising, and editing. This commendable effort, however, is really only a good start. To write well, students must have prior knowledge relevant to what they are writing. The new writing standards have been constructed to increase the mutual benefits of writing and knowledge. This webinar will focus on deepening how we teach writing to help students overcome the prior-knowledge problem and widening how we teach writing to increase student content knowledge.
In this webinar, our guests will:
• Show how the writing standards are based on research about the relationship between knowledge and writing,
• Present practical lesson frameworks that help students overcome a lack of prior knowledge, and
• Show how to use topical writing and writing across the curriculum to build content knowledge and teach how to write better.

Webinars are not presented nor indorsed by TTT

Archived Webinars

On April 1, 2014, Education Week hosted Leaders To Learn From 2014, a Washington, D.C., event that brought together exceptional school leaders, Assistant Secretary Deborah Delisle from the U.S. Department of Education, and Colorado Senator Michael Bennet for powerful discussions about the state of K-12 education.

List from Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)

List from EdTechTeacher archived selections

List from Scientific Revolution pre-recorded

List from Education Week on-demand

List from Discovery Education archived

List from International Society for Technology in Education (Some are free) archived
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