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Professional Growth opportunities for teachers, administrators, and educators.

Nov 01, 2022


Summer Institute for Leaders in Education

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.

NASA Professional Development Free Webinar on Robotics

Oct 17, 2022


Engineering and Robotics Activities to Reinforce the STEM Pipeline

The NASA Educator Professional Development Collaborative at Texas State University is offering a free one-hour webinar for K–12 educators, parents, and administrators on October 18, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. (ET).

Informative Sessions for Women District Leaders

Oct 17, 2022


Power Trip Leadership Series for Creating Smart and Safe Schools

If you have attended Big Deal Media’s Power Trip summit, you know that it is an event filled with inspiration, learning, and growth from a brain trust of female education leaders. Now you can join the new, extended Power Trip Leadership Series from October 20 to November 16, 2022.

Framework to Measure Effectiveness of Tech in the Classroom

Oct 17, 2022


Guidelines for Integrating Tech into Lessons

Developed by a professor at University of Michigan, School of Education, the Triple E Framework addresses the desire of K–12 educators to bridge research on education technologies and teaching practice in the classroom. Research points out that effective technology integration begins with good instructional strategies.

Oct 03, 2022


Space Where Climate Change Action Becomes Youth Action

The Climate Initiative (TCI) provides tools to bring climate change education into your classroom and community. TCI’s Learning Lab includes free multidisciplinary modules that introduce climate issues through the high school classroom and bring them to life in a student’s local landscape.


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