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A webinar is often a one time event. This list contains upcoming free webinars. One of the courtesies often extended is receiving a link to the archived presentation. If you are unable to attend the event, you can go to the archived link after the presentation and view the webinar at your own time.

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Click here for a list of previously listed webinars (with links to archived materials, if available).

This list is sorted by date.

Sadlier Live and Recorded Webinars On-going. Click link to learn more.

The Learning Revolution On-going. Click and scroll down to calendar.

Plickers On-going. It seems like they update the "Today" links with time slots one day at a time. They have webinars on: Plickers Getting Started, Sparking Critical Discussions with Plickers, and Crafting High Quality Multiple Choice Questions.

Seesaw July/August 2017 - a variety of dates, times, and topics. Click the link to learn more.

The Number Line: More on Making the Most of Math Models July 11 12pm-1pm

A Collective Impact on Literacy: The Power of Partnership July 11 3pm-4pm

Getting Unstuck! Learning Fractions with Real-Time Digital Feedback July 12 2pm-3pm

Open-Ended Questions in the Early Learning Classroom July 12 3pm-4pm

How Research Can (and Should) Inform Curriculum and Product Design July 12 4pm-5pm

Broadband Imperative: State Leadership Supports Equity of Access for All Students July 13 3pm-4pm

Rigorous Project-Based Learning: If They Build It, They Will Learn July 17 4pm-5pm

Summer Strategies for Your Students with Autism: Let’s Get Visual July 18 12pm-1pm

E-rate Update: July 2017 July 19 1pm-2pm

Personalize Your Own Learning (and Entertainment) with Mobile Apps July 19 5pm-6pm

Keyboarding Skills Are Foundational for Success July 20 1pm-2pm

Music Activities to Support Social Development in the Early Childhood Inclusion Classroom July 20 2pm-3pm

Achieving Student Agency with the Perfect Assessment System July 20 3pm-4pm

Leave No Child Offline and Leave No Teacher Behind: Why Equity and Access to Digital Tools, Tech-Savvy Teachers, and the Internet are Important to the Future of Our Nation July 24 2pm-3pm

How to Inspire and Energize in Everyday Conversations at School July 24 4pm-5pm

Students Making Viable Arguments in Math: SMP 3 in Action July 25 12pm-1pm

Classroom Practices that Support Creative Investigations in Early Mathematics July 25 3pm-4pm

Get Recognized for Advancing Digital Teaching and Citizenship July 26 3pm-4pm

Get Your School Data Out of the Silos and into the Light August 8 3pm-4pm

Top Tips and Research from the Encyclopedia of Infant and Toddler Activities August 14 3pm-4pm

E-rate Update: August 2017 August 16 1pm-2pm

Digital Collaboration to Support Literacy Classrooms August 16 4pm-5pm

Building Curriculum with Colleagues: Where the Library and Classroom Learning Connect August 16 5pm-6pm

Low-Entry, High-Exit Math Tasks that Keep Every Student Engaged August 22 4pm-5pm

Literacy: More than Lexiles – Engaging the Hearts and Minds of All Students August 28 4pm-5pm

From Expel to Excel: Positive Alternatives to Expelling At-Risk Preschool Boys August 29 2pm-3pm

Supporting Preschoolers’ Brain Development through Engaging Music Activities September 12 3pm-4pm

Close Reading with Doug Fisher September 13 3pm-4pm

Using Data to Combat Attrition and Keep Good Teachers September 26 3pm-4pm

Formative Assessment with Mathematical Models September 26 4pm-5pm

How to Support Early Learners with Challenging Behavior November 2 3pm-4pm

Exploring the Science of Sounds with Young Children November 6 3pm-4pm