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LFC Annual Conference with Dr. Doug Reeves
No Matter What – Teaching and Leadership in Any Environment
Whether schools are open or closed, live, virtual, or blended, what matters most for teaching, leadership, and learning?
- Eberhardt, Jennifer – Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do – https://www.tatteredcover.com/book/9780735224957
- Reeves, Douglas – Achieving Equity and Excellence: Immediate Results From the Lessons of High-Poverty, High-Success Schools – https://www.tatteredcover.com/book/9781949539431
- Marshall, Kim – The Best of the Marshall Memo – https://www.tatteredcover.com/book/9781948796835
- Busting Myths About Grading
- Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
- Seven Keys to Restoring the Teacher Pipeline
- Supercharged Cabinet Meetings
- What’s the Research on Homework?
- Individual Registration $199
- Learning Forward Colorado Members $159
- Colleague Discount $169
Bring a colleague! Register with two more people from your organization and receive a discount.
- Large Team Discount $129
For teams of 10 more registering at the same time
Sales end on November 5th, 2020
Sign up 5 or more conference participants and receive the special LFC member price of $159!
Learning Forward Events
January 31, 2021
This issue will examine how to build capacity among teachers, administrators, and other leaders for meeting the needs of young students. Topics may include: professional learning for leaders who don’t have a background in early childhood education; strategies for young students during remote learning and physically distanced classrooms; how to build equity in the early years; and building bridges between pre-K and the elementary grades. Learn more: https://learningforward.org/the-learning-professional/write-for-us/Find out more »
February 15, 2021
In partnership with the Education Trust, this issue of The Learning Professional will focus on ways professional learning can equip teachers and leaders at all levels to take concrete steps that turn racial equity values into action. Articles should describe effective actions for equity and describe the evidence that they are making a difference. We aim to feature multiple entry points to the urgent work of building equity, and we encourage submissions from educators and thought leaders at all levels (e.g., classrooms and schools; districts and charter management organizations; states and provinces; technical assistance providers and scholars). Topics may include: hiring and support practices that nurture teachers and leaders of color; instructional strategies for centering the voices of students of color; redesigned structures for class scheduling, staffing, and student discipline to disrupt inequity; selecting and implementing rigorous and culturally-sustaining content and curriculum; the evolving roles of district chief equity officers; and courageous leadership for productive struggle. Visit: https://learningforward.org/the-learning-professional/write-for-us/Find out more »