ExPLorationsare online, on-demand professional learning courses for all educators. These engaging microlearning sessions from EdCuration are designed for teachers and leaders to gain new strategies and application tools, all geared around improving professional practice.
Courses are available on a variety of topics, such as adaptive intervention; storytelling through game design; SEL implementation; and dyslexia, dyscalculia, and digital learning. New ExPLorations are added each month, allowing educators to improve practice, access valuable resources, and earn professional development credit—all for free.
Whereas availability and affordability are often the focus of discussions around digital equity, new guidance from the US Department of Education emphasizes the importance of addressing adoption barriers as well.
GetEdFunding is a grant-finding resource sponsored by CDW•G that is dedicated to helping educators, schools, and other institutions identify the funding they need in budget-tight times. In addition to presenting thousands of funding opportunities from federal, state, regional, and community sources, GetEdFunding hosts a blog with posts on high-interest topics such as “What’s Social–Emotional Learning Got to Do with IT?” and “Anyone’s Game: K–12 eSports Opportunities Abound for Girls.” Visit GetEdFunding.com today to find the funds that fit your needs—and more.
For nearly two decades, leaders from some of the largest urban public school districts in the country have turned to Harvard University to learn the art and science of management to improve student performance. From raising math scores to reducing chronic absenteeism, the Public Education Leadership Project (PELP) has served as a unique resource for the field, strengthening the management capacities of school leaders.