The Connected Era: Leading Teaching and Learning this Fall

These free, one-hour, live webinars uncover high-impact instructional strategies that leaders can build from as they guide teaching and learning across hybrid and remote environments. Join us to leverage your expertise and streamline your plan for supporting teachers, students, and families in your learning community.

“Take Heart” with your Return to Learn: Fostering a Safe and Responsive Learning Environment

August 17th at 5pm ET hosted by Lynn Walters, Vice President of Professional Learning

When it comes to gearing up for the return to school, what keeps you up at night? Navigating the return to school, no matter the modality of instruction, begins by establishing a safe and responsive learning environment for teacher and students. Together, we will explore social and emotional competencies and collectively attend to the social-emotional well-being of teachers, students, and their families.

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Transitioning from Assigning Work to Effective, Engaging Teaching and Learning

August 24th at 4pm ET hosted by Nikki La Londe, Director of Professional Learning

How do we move from just assigning learning tasks to facilitating purposeful and intentional teaching and learning in a hybrid or remote learning environment? Join us for this webinar as we discuss strategies teachers can implement to engage students in meaningful learning across digital and non-digital pathways.

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Grades K-5 Webinars
Grades 6–12 Webinars


Examine the use of synchronous, asynchronous, and unplugged tasks in a remote learning environment.


Explore best practices for designing flexible and accessible learning experiences for your students.


Get ideas from other educators on how to address the challenges of remote learning.


Investigate how choice menus support a variety of student learning needs.

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Building Bridges to the New Normal

A webinar series hosted ICLE thought leaders and in partnership with AASA during the challenges of COVID-19 and beyond.