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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.

March 3 at 1400 EST - Free
Next Generation Assessment Implementation and Results (Register HERE)
How can districts prepare their students and teachers for the common-core-aligned tests this year? Efforts to align curriculum, instruction, and assessments with Common Core State Standards have intensified as the pressure escalates for states and districts that will administer the new summative tests to students this spring.
Widespread unease persists related to:
• Increased level of rigor
• New item types
• Unfamiliarity with format, and
• Test administration scheduling
Further, the transition to online administration poses additional planning and technical challenges.
Join our guests to better understand two approaches to these challenges—one in a Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium state and one in a Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers state. And learn how school and district leaders are preparing teachers and students to meet the challenges with confidence.

March 4 at 1400 EST - Free
Mastering the Most Challenging Math Standards with Rigorous Instruction (Register HERE)
As teachers and administrators gain a better understanding of the new, more rigorous Common Core State Standards and other college- and career-ready expectations in mathematics, they will need to understand which standards are the most challenging for students so they can make the most of their instructional time to ensure students are successful.
In this webinar, we will discuss research-based strategies that give students support with making sense of the most challenging standards, specifically in the areas of:
• Geometric measurement,
• Modeling problem situations,
• Fractions, and
• Statistics

March 5 at 1100 EST - Free
Top School Jobs and Online Job Expo (Register HERE)
Attention educators and future educators - - whether you are looking for a job, or hoping to excel in your current position, don't miss this upcoming opportunity!  Sponsored by Education Week's TopSchoolJobs, the 3rd annual Virtual Career eXPO will be held on Thursday, March 5th, from 11am to 7pm (EST).  The eXPO is an online career fair/event offering something for everyone - - both new teacher candidates hoping to find first teaching jobs, as well as veteran educators looking for new opportunities.  Mark your calendar and plan to attend! Representatives from over 60 school districts/organizations from across the country will attend the eXPO, looking to fill thousands of positions for the 2015-16 school year.  The virtual fair allows you to chat one-to-one with these representatives in real time by visiting their booths during event hours.  You control your schedule... so enjoy the opportunity to schedule time with as few or as many employer representatives as you'd like.
For those wishing to attend the eXPO for the professional development opportunities offered, there is much to take advantage of.  Access a variety of career resources including webinars led by experts in the field on the latest K-12 trends, insights and tips.  Additionally, representatives from the American Association for Employment in Education (AAEE) will staff a virtual booth to provide live career advice. This is an excellent opportunity to have your career questions answered by industry professionals.
You can participate in the Virtual Career eXPO from any location using the convenience of your home, office, tablet, or smartphone.  All it takes is a minute or two to register and follow these easy steps:
1:  Register - at (create your account and complete the event registration form)
2:  Explore - log in anytime before the virtual eXPO to learn more about how to participate with employers
3:  Attend - on the event day and time, log in and join the session live from anywhere
4:  Connect - during the live event, participate in live chats with employers; attend webinars; visit the AAEE booth for Q&A

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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