Webinars on Navigating Today’s Educational Challenges
Against the backdrop of COVID-19, racial violence, and action for justice and healing, back-to-school is nothing like normal. But as schools reopen—online, in person, or both—Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is offering a series of webinars that will look at the challenges of the moment, offering actionable insights for educators, families, and school and district leaders. The Education Now webinars are intended to prompt hope, add fuel to the push for equity, and create the circumstances for transformation across education. Educators are invited to join HGSE on Wednesday, September 30, at 3 p.m. (ET),for the first episode in the fall season. This webinar will explore the impact of racial trauma and stress on students of color, their families, and communities.
have been working 24/7 since this pandemic began in my role as superintendent,
just like all of my educator friends across the state and country have as well.
I have searched every resource, looked at every model, and tried to emulate the
best of the best. But I forgot one major resource: my students.
Penn State’sMaster of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is led by expert faculty from the Penn State College of Education and conveniently offered online through Penn State World Campus. Through the exemplary in-class learning and research this program offers, you can advance your knowledge of curriculum, teaching, learning, teacher education, and educational supervision. A Penn State education can help you prepare to meet the challenges facing education in diverse and changing social, cultural, economic, and physical environments. Apply by April 1 for a May 17 start.
If you were unable to attend Big Deal Media’s three-evening virtualPower Trip Well-Being and Leadership Experience in November 2020, now you can. Access the 90-minute gatherings and enjoy a well-deserved break, while listening to some of education’s most respected leaders.