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Backward Design
In this keynote session (from the 13 October 2010, On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Jay McTighe helps participants to understand the three stages of backward design: Identify desired results Determine acceptable evidence Plan learning experiences and instruction In the backward…
Defensible Differentiation - What Does It Take to Get It Right
Differentiated instruction was designed to address the instructional needs of diverse students. However, simply claiming to practice differentiation will not meet those needs. In this keynote session (from the 14 October 2010 On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Carol Ann Tomlinson…
Assertive Discipline - Positive Behavior Management for Today's Classroom
These five video programs show how all teachers can learn to become effective classroom managers, decrease classroom disruptions, and increase the amount of time available for teaching and learning. Appropriate for professional development in grades K-12, Assertive Discipline includes five…
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Standards-Based Reporting and Formative Assessment - On the Road to a Highly Reliable Organization
This useful video series clearly explains how to design and interpret several types of formative assessments, how to track student progress and how to assign meaningful marks, even if a school uses a traditional marking system. Dr Marzano brings each…
Boys Will Be Boys, But What About Girls? - Childhood Aggression and Gender
Part of the Series: Bullying and Beyond Series
This engaging keynote, filmed at the first national conference on bullying, blends solid research with entertaining vintage footage from Candid Camera. Dr Crick explores: The marked differences between the ways boys and girls bully How withholding friendship and giving a…
Content, Then Process - Teacher Learning Communities in the Service of Formative Assessment
Teacher quality is the most significant variable in school improvement, and of all the things teachers can do to improve the quality of their teaching, formative assessment has been shown to provide the greatest impact. In Content, Then Process: Teacher…
The Role of the Bystander
Part of the Series: Bullying and Beyond Series
In this insightful keynote, Dr Twemlow explores the critical role of bystanders in reducing or exacerbating school violence, including: The role and effect of bystanders on bullying The difference between helpful bystanders (who can help achieve a peaceful outcome) and…
Role of PLCs in Advancing 21st Century Skills
The foundation of a professional learning community is the three big ideas: a focus on learning, a collaborative culture and a focus on results. The knowledge and skills essential to the success of students has been articulated by the Partnership…
The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management
The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management video series helps educators explore the four key skill areas essential to establishing an atmosphere that supports learning for all students. Each of the four video programs in the workshop focuses…
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Bullying and Peer Harassment - Why Does It Start and Who Is Affected?
Part of the Series: Bullying and Beyond Series
In this accessible keynote, Dr Hymel examines research as well as events in real schools to help educators understand: Real-life student reactions to constant bullying Long-term consequences to the lives of bullies and their victims, such as academic difficulties, low…
Engaging the Nintendo Generation: Real Student Assessment
Computers and video games have become an influential part of many kids' lives. Members of the generation raised with these interactive technologies--the Nintendo(r) generation--approach their learning in a very different way than the members of the older generation who teach…
Developing Expert Teachers
In this two-part presentation, Robert J. Marzano provides a blueprint detailing how schools can develop teacher expertise. Addressing teachers directly as well as school leaders, he charts research-based techniques to organise strategies through lesson segments using a nine-segment framework. The…
Passion and Persistence - How to Develop a Professional Learning Community
Inspire your professional learning community team with this 7-minute motivational program. Passion and Persistence: How to Develop a Professional Learning Community provides an overview of important PLC components. Powerful music, memorable quotes and lighthearted humour combine to create a motivating…
Becoming an Authentic Learning Leader
In this keynote presentation from the February 27, 2009, Professional Learning Communities at WorkTM Summit: New Insights for Improving Schools in Phoenix, Arizona, Timothy D. Kanold discusses what we as teachers, administrators and school leaders must all become to lead…
Leadership's Ten Commandments
In this breakout session (from the 10 July 2009, Professional Learning Communities at Work(tm) Institute in Denver, Colorado), Kenneth C. Williams presents ten powerful rules for leading and sustaining change in a professional learning community (PLC). Williams employs research, encourages…
21st Century Learning in a Networked World - For Our Students and Ourselves
Internet access has put the world at our fingertips, providing a classroom without walls. It allows us to contribute our experiences to the sum of human knowledge online. In this keynote session from the 21st Century Learning Institute held on…
Supervising the Art and Science of Teaching - A New Approach to Lesson Observation and Lesson Design
In The Art and Science of Teaching, Dr. Marzano outlines 10 critical areas of instructional practice, along with specific strategies for each area. He addresses how administrators might supervise the art and science of teaching in a way that keeps…
Tiers Without Tears
In this breakout session from the Professional Learning Communities at Work(tm) Institute in Boston, Massachusetts (August 28, 2009), Austin Buffum uses engaging stories from his experiences in and out of the classroom to explore how response to intervention (RTI) works…
Transformational Learning
In Transformational Learning (from the 2009 Annual Conference on Standards and Assessment in Las Vegas, Nevada), Cassandra Erkens maintains that learning should be transformational rather than transactional for students and teachers. She explains how educators must teach students to leverage…
Transforming School Culture - Understanding and Overcoming Resistance to Necessary Change
In this breakout session from the Professional Learning Communities at Work(tm) Institute in Denver, Colorado (July 10, 2009), Anthony Muhammad uses stories from his personal experience--both as a beginning student and as a teacher--to engage all participants. Through those often…