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            These virtual events are designed so you can learn about topics related to running your districts under quarantine, staying connected to staff and students, implementing and ensuring quality distance learning and more. The AASA Leadership Network is here for you during these challenging times. We also thank our network of leaders and partners for their assistance creating these important and timely virtual events. In order to support as many leaders as we can while navigating this challenging time, AASA's Leadership Network cohorts and thought partners are providing FREE webinars where you'll gain advice and strategies on the most critical issues leaders are facing.






            ZOOM MEETING
            What’s Happening, What’s Next: COVID-19 Lessons and What School Leaders Need Now
            April 9, 安徽快3遗漏, 1-2 p.m. EDT
            Over the last several weeks, many 安徽快3遗漏 districts and charter 安徽快3遗漏 networks have successfully shifted to digital learning platforms while responding to an uncertain end-of-year calendar. At the same time, some students are experiencing little to no learning at all as 安徽快3遗漏s struggle to provide adequate support.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Avoiding the Negatives of Online Learning
            Theme: Anticipating and Planning for Our Next Set of Challenges
            April 9, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Ray McNulty, President Successful Practices Network

            Don’t let this online experience turn teachers, parents, and students off to online learning!  Hear how to make this time engaging and positive.


            WEBEX MEETING
            America’s Rural Schools and Communities Can Be Successful in Online Instruction
            Theme: Connecting and Staying Connected in a Virtual World
            April 10, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Jeff Dillon, Superintendent, Wilder School District, Wilder, Idaho

            The unique opportunities and challenges of our rural 安徽快3遗漏s and communities will impact how we meet the needs of our students in an online environment.  Others have had success already!  Learn the successful practices that are proven for online instruction in rural settings.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Anticipating and Planning for Budgets, Stimulus Funding, & Contracts
            Theme: Connecting and Staying Connected in a Virtual World
            April 13, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT

            It’s a New World!  Budgets, Stimulus Funding, contracts and more will be top of mind for our district and 安徽快3遗漏 leaders.  Join us to collaborate on how to address these emerging issues.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Digital Day Countdown Tips
            Theme: Connecting and Staying Connected in a Virtual World
            April 14, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Joy Silk, Supervisor, Digital Learning, Cherokee County School District, Canton, Georgia

            Thinking ahead, how do you prepare your staff and students to be ready the NEXT time we have a need to go online with all of our teaching and learning.  Joy will share practical strategies for creating digital days to prepare for more comprehensive online delivery.


            ZOOM MEETING
            Distance learning Today, Next Month AND in September
            April 14, 安徽快3遗漏, 3:30-4:30 p.m. EDT
            Join us as we explore the realities of Distance Learning
            - Today – Equity, Engagement, Flexibility, Teacher Preparedness, Parental Support
            - Next Month - Best Practices, Closing Gaps, Assessments, Personalization, Project Based Learning at 安徽快3遗漏, Community Engagement
            - AND in September – Incorporating best remote learning practices into the classrooms, sustainability, long-term assessments, Industry Engagement, plus budgetary impacts


            ZOOM MEETING
            Breakthrough Mindset: Scaling Digital Immersion Learning
            April 15, 安徽快3遗漏, 3:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
            Digital transformation has always been inevitable, but Arizona State University has found creative ways to accelerate the art of the possible. As 安徽快3遗漏s make their own digital shifts, there is a need to understand everything from fostering high-quality online learning experiences to cultivating vibrant communities to devising scalable and sustainable digital strategies. Catering to >40,000 online students, ASU recently transitioned 75,000 on-campus students and 14,000 on-campus courses online, and integrated a completely digital K-12 curriculum into 12 ASU Preparatory Academy sites in the face of the global pandemic. Join AASA’s Valerie Truesdale and CoSN’s Keith Krueger as they moderate a panel of ASU leaders who will share lessons learned from their digital immersion. Share actionable ideas for bolstering your own remote resilience from ASU’s Dean Phil Regier, CEO of EdPlus at Arizona State University, Julie Young, VP of Education Outreach and Student 安徽快3遗漏 and CEO of ASU Prep Digital High School; and Samantha Becker, Executive Director, Creative Communications at the University Technology Office.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Mentoring Changes Lives
            Theme: Connecting and Staying Connected in a Virtual World
            April 15, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Robert Kravitz, Superintendent, Englewood Public Schools, Englewood, New Jersey

            What are the best practices for mentoring students in their 安徽快3遗漏s?  Who can mentor these students?  How do I get started?  Learn the answers to these questions and more for mentoring students in their 安徽快3遗漏s.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Communicate! Communicate! Communicate!
            Theme: Connecting and Staying Connected in a Virtual World
            April 16, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Eric Sheninger, ICLE Associate Partner

            Communicating during times of crisis is the “X” Factor in preventing panic and mitigating fears.  Eric can help you define specific strategies to build communication and help everyone stay connected.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Calm and Reassuring – Two Important Words in These Challenging Times
            Theme: Connecting and Staying Connected in a Virtual World
            April 17, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Randy Fillpot, Superintendent, Newman-Crows Landing USD, Newman, California

            Meeting the social/emotional needs of our students during these challenging times is as high a priority as meeting their academic needs.  Learn strategies that will assist you in this effort.




            WEBEX MEETING
            Supporting, Coaching and Supervising Principals in a Shelter in Place World
            April 8, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            The Principal Supervisor Professional Standards Wallace Foundation research highlight the importance of effective principal supervision, and call for a coaching-based approach. In this webinar, we will explore the relationship between coaching and accountability and how principal supervisors balance these roles. In this time of uncertainty, connections with principals is essential. Author Gary Bloom will discuss the application of Blended Coaching to principal supervision. From Utah, Granite School District principal supervisors Shauna Jensen and Danny Stirland will share experiences applying the research and Karen Hendricks will share her team’s work in Palo Alto, CA.




            WEBEX MEETING
            Don’t Forget Your Staff! Supporting Their Mental Health
            Theme: Managing Trauma and Stress
            April 7, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            with Todd White, Superintendent, Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, Kansas

            Helping teachers and your staff manage the weight of the trauma being experienced in today’s environment is an area of concern for all leaders.  These strategies will help you identify and manage teacher and staff trauma in today’s environment.


            WEBEX MEETING
            When Re-Entry Happens – What Does it Look Like?
            Theme: Anticipating and Planning for Our Next Set of Challenges
            April 8, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            Michael Conner, Superintendent, Middletown Public Schools, Middletown, Connecticut

            Upon re-entry things will not look the same as they did before the COVID-19 hiatus. Developing a plan for re-entry will be a vital role of the leadership team in your district.  Learn from superintendent Michael Conner, some important considerations and suggestions.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Creating New Approaches to Student Trauma in Today’s Environment
            Theme: Managing Trauma and Stress
            with John Gailer, Associate Director, National Dropout Prevention Center
            April 6, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT

            Prepare! Practice! Prevent!  How do you prepare to identify and manage student trauma in today’s environment? What practices or strategies are most effective?  How can you prevent trauma from having effects?  Explore how to identify and managing student trauma in today’s environment.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Meeting the Needs of ALL Students During COVID-19
            Theme: Meeting Needs of Our Most Challenged Students in Out-of-School Settings
            April 2, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            with Robert Zywicki, Superintendent, Mount Olive Township School District, Flanders, New Jersey

            Creating equity for ALL of our students, including our special education students is a priority during online learning.  Learn specific strategies for meeting their needs.

            How to Keep Potential Dropout Students on Track to Graduate
            Theme: Meeting Needs of Our Most Challenged Students in Out-of-School Settings
            April 3, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT
            with Sandy Addis, Executive Director, National Dropout Preventer Center

            COVID-19 cannot become a factor that accelerates student dropout rates.  Sandy will share critical strategies for addressing the needs of existing and emerging potential dropout students.


            WEBEX MEETING
            Leading with Ethics

            April 2, 安徽快3遗漏, 3-4 p.m. EDT

            This session will explore how district leaders can positively impact their districts’ decision making practices to develop a network of support and collaborative communication that will reduce ethical risks. The panel will include Dr. Lazaro Ramirez from Texas, a former assistant superintendent of Human Resources, as well as the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent of New Brunswick Public Schools in NJ. The registration link is below, and by registering, the attendee will also receive a link to the recorded version afterwards, which may be shared with others.




            WEBEX MEETING
            HELP! I’m Teaching my K-3 Students Out-of-School
            Wednesday, April 1, 3-4 p.m. EDT


            AASA Partners With National Association For Pupil Transportation (NAPT) For COVID Webinar
            April 1, noon ET
            Join us and our friends at NAPT for an advocacy update on what the latest COVID emergency supplemental means for education. Many are saying the $2+ Trillion stimulus package the president signed into law last Friday is a game-changer for a national economy decimated by the novel coronavirus. But, how does it affect education? Join us on Wednesday (4/1/20) at 12Noon ET for a special one-hour webinar and learn what the CARES Act includes for education, how these provisions and their related appropriations will impact 安徽快3遗漏 systems across the country安徽快3遗漏, and when you can expect to see and feel the impact at the local level.


            Breakthrough Mindset: A How-To-Guide for Scaling Virtual Collaboration
            Tuesday, March 31, 2-3 p.m. EDT


            Create an AWESOME At-安徽快3遗漏 Learning Environment
            Tuesday, March 31, 3-4 p.m. EDT




            Ensure Your Online Teaching is a Success!
            March 30, 安徽快3遗漏
            Download the recording here

            Distance Learning in Today’s World – What Do I Do Now?
            March 27, 安徽快3遗漏

            Transformation, Core Values, and COVID-19 – How Do They Mix?
            Brought to you by CoSN, AASA's Leadership Network and Digital Promise

            March 26, 安徽快3遗漏

            Voices from the Field: Offering Our eLearning to You
            Brought to you by AASA's
            Personalized Learning Cohort and Leadership Network

            March 26, 安徽快3遗漏


            Download the PowerPoint here





            Breakthrough Mindset: Virtual Collaboration and Learning Continuity
            Brought to you by CoSN, AASA's Leadership Network and Digital Promise

            March 25, 安徽快3遗漏