In case you missed it, the state just released new information about the fall NJ Start Strong assessments that you need to know!
On May 27th at 3pm, we discussed how to help teachers and students prepare for the fall administration of NJ Start Strong.
Did you miss our April 20th webinar? Check out the video recording.
Did you miss our February 10th webinar? Download our helpful resource packet.
Did you miss our November 11th webinar? Check out the video recording.
Did you miss our webinar? Check out the helpful download.
Did you miss our Virtual Summit? Check out our downloadable resources.
During this webinar, we will discuss how summer can be leveraged to minimize learning losses due to school closure.
While we know that schools provide a safe haven for so many students, we need to be sure we are focused on how to support students and families at this uncommon time.
To further support teachers during this time of school closures, we will be hosting “Creating Rigorous Activities for All Content Areas During At-Home Learning” webinar
We will be hosting a webinar titled “Making the Most Out of Google Apps,” focusing on all available applications teachers can use to engage students in virtual learning.
Join us to learn about the benefits of Social Emotional Learning in schools as well as WHAT and HOW to integrate SEL into daily instruction.
Join us to learn about these 16 characteristics for success in school and life, supporting social and emotional development as well as academic skills.
Join us to learn how mindfulness practices can support improved student behavior while decreasing teacher stress levels.
Join us to learn how to create more effective Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in order to support improved relationships between teachers and school leaders.
This webinar focuses on the core components of making PLCs effective and useful for all participants.
Join us in this effective walkthrough webinar where we will show different ways teachers can use our materials and other professional tools to achieve students’ success.