DIGITAL EVENTS and WEBINARS
August 16, 5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. ET
Presented in conjunction with CASEL, this 90-minute webinar/workshop hybrid looks at how to tend the social-emotional needs of both students and teachers heading back into the classroom (virtual or otherwise).
This workinar is not just a virtual seminar but rather an interactive learning experience. The first half will feature a presentation by our keynote speakers, Justina Schlund from CASEL and Christine M.T. Pitts from NWEA. During the second half of the workinar, attendees will split into separate breakout discussions to continue their learning in moderated small-group workshops.
The workshops are as follows:
• Primary/elementary students (grades K–3), led by Rhonda M. Sutton and Tamera Slaughter
• Intermediate/middle school students (grades 4–8), led by Sara K. Ahmed and Chad Everett
• Secondary/high school students (grades 9–12), led by Gerald Dessus and Kimberly Eckert
• Principals and staff developers, led by Arlène Elizabeth Casimir
Please note that space in each breakout workshop is limited, and ILA cannot guarantee that attendees will be able to get a “seat” in any particular workshop. Please come with an idea of which breakout group you would like to join as well as a backup in case your first choice is full.
Register here: https://bit.ly/ILACASELWorkinar_Reg
August 4, 5:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m. ET
Anti-Black racism and the global COVID-19 pandemic are having an unprecedented impact on our students, our schools, and our profession. Please join us as Stand for Children's Jonah Edelman facilitates a frank conversation with Ernest Morrell and Nell K. Duke about the challenges and opportunities of teaching during an unsettling and uncertain time.
This 60-minute webinar with interactive Q&A is free for everyone.
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yMM7HXdTQKmPPpTTk3qJHw