Discover the creative world of coding with Micro:bit, including what it is, what students can create with it, and how you can integrate it into your classroom.
Explore three strategies and four tools for establishing a classroom community.
Discover the wealth of information, content, and ready-to-use resources available on the AVID Open Access website.
Explore three tools and three strategies for establishing an effective classroom communication system.
Discover the challenges that leaders of color face in ascending to school leadership positions as well as ways that districts and systems can make accessing these positions more accessible.
Discover digital classroom timers and ways to use them in your classroom.
Discover the benefits of introducing engineering to students in a K–12 school system.
Hear about current trends and best practices in digital education as well as ways to maximize the effectiveness of technology integration.
Discover how a basic understanding of neuroscience and the brain can positively inform how we approach teaching and learning.
Listen to the unique perspectives and insights offered by a teacher who has spent two different stints in district leadership and classroom instruction.
Listen to a PE teacher’s story of becoming a leading voice in strength training and conditioning as well as technology integration in the physical education classroom.
Learn how creative coding with Scratch benefits students through projects, passions, peers, and play.
Hear how one Washington school district has developed a program to expose high school students to potential careers in education with the hope of inspiring them to return to work in the district as teachers and paraeducators.
Join our conversation about the current shortage of elementary teachers, as we consider ways that we can recruit, support, and retain teachers, especially teachers of color.
Join us as we discuss the current teacher shortage and brainstorm ways that we can get more young people interested in joining the teaching profession while retaining those who are currently working in our schools.