Educational Events Calendar
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Join SMILE Mass for a variety of kid-centered activities to keep your little ones busy. We have Big Joe the Storyteller, Music with Mister Vic, Fun with Miss Jackie, ArtContinue reading "Virtual Activities with SMILE Mass!"
Thursday: Golden Snitch (Physics/Engineering) Activity: Build a catapult game. Try your hand at a tabletop version of a streamlined Quiditch game in this physics and engineering building project. Supplies: RubberContinue reading "Harry Potter Science – Golden Snitch (Physics/Engineering)"
Danny Rubin, the founder of Rubin, will share five critical communication skills every student must have as they learn from home. The topics are: 1. The #1 strategy to makeContinue reading "Free webinar! The 5 Communication Skills Every Distance Learning Student Must Have"
Dream big from home! Streaming on Facebook Live each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 1pm ET, we'll feature Q&A sessions with inspirational role models in diverse careers, and you canContinue reading "DreamWakers Daily: Career Conversations from Home"
This live professional development webinar will focus on collecting feedback on assignments that have been created and distributed to students.
We're going to provide training on how to accommodate deaf and hard of hearing students with interpreting and captioning access - digitally. Learn how to add captioning or add aContinue reading "Webinar: How to Accommodate Deaf and HH Kids Online"
Join us on Thursday, May 7th at 4:30 EDT to discuss and receive innovative remote learning lessons for teaching about the census. PopEd’s FREE one-hour webinar will cover lessons forContinue reading "Counting Populations: Distance Learning Lessons to Teach About the Census"