Mathematics Leadership Summit
Join Dr. Jo Boaler and Cathy Williams for two days of professional learning focused on leading Mindset and mathematics change in schools, districts, counties and beyond
Introduction to Reading Like a Historian Curriculum and Beyond the Bubble Assessments
During this interactive institute, Grade 5-12 educators will learn about the Stanford History Education Group’s Reading Like a Historian lessons and Beyond the Bubble assessments.
Civic Online Reasoning: Sorting Fact from Fiction on the Internet
Participants will be introduced to SHEG's Civic Online Reasoning curriculum and learn strategies to help students become more discerning consumers of information they encounter online.
Data Science Virtual Workshop for High School Teachers
An introductory workshop to prepare to teach Units 1–4 of Explorations in Data Science: Youcubed Adaptable Curriculum
Challenge Success Summer Leadership Seminar (Virtual)
Explore research-based strategies to improve student well-being and academic engagement as you connect with other educators to share insights gained as a result of the pandemic.
Formative Assessment to Transform Teaching and Learning
This institute is designed for teaching teams from core content subject areas. Our approach will be relevant for teachers from any school system or country that values student-centered learning to learn how to bridge from research to practice.
Instructional Leadership Using a Core Practices Approach
The goal of this institute is to introduce school leaders to our practice-based approach to professional learning and engage them in learning experiences that will help them support and build teacher capacity in their own school contexts.
Reading Like a Historian with Younger Students
This interactive workshop for upper elementary and middle school teachers will address: introducing and modeling historical thinking, scaffolding primary sources for a range of readers, and developing inquiry-based lessons with images.
Reading Like a Historian: Historical Inquiries, Visuals, and Assessment
During this interactive institute, Grade 5–12 educators with previous experience with Reading Like a Historian curriculum will explore how to develop and adapt the curriculum.