Virtual Convening Recordings

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July 21, 2016   


Title:

Supporting Student Success in Science: Best Practices from U.S. Schools


Presenters: 

- Matt Rega, Minnetonka Public Schools

-Jennifer Rhodes, Granger Independent School District


Summary:

This webinar shares the practices and strategies educators feel have contributed to positive science performance at their respective schools. 




May 25, 2016   

Title:

Presenters:
-Dr. Theresa Ewald, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Kettle Moraine School District (Wisconsin)
-Scott Powers, Principal, Bellevue High School, Bellevue School District (Washington)
Summary:
This webinar shares the practices and strategies educators feel have contributed to positive reading performance at their respective schools. 



March 30, 2016   

Title:

Presenters:
-Maryanne Grimes (Principal, Central Gwinnett High School), DeAnne Varitek (Assistant Principal, Central Gwinnett High School), and Danielle Shea (Mathematics Instructional Specialist, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Georgia)
-Shannon Hughes, IB Coordinator, Signature School (Indiana)
Summary:
This webinar shares the practices and strategies educators feel have contributed to positive reading performance at their respective schools. 



January 27, 2016   

Title:

Presenters:
-Dr. Renee Foose, Superintendent, Howard County Public School System, Maryland
-Daniel Gohl, Chief Academic Officer, Broward County Public Schools, Florida (formerly Chief Academic Officer, Houston Independent School District, Texas)
-Eric Hieser, Executive Director, Sturgis Charter Public School, Massachusetts
Summary:

An interactive virtual convening designed to help school and district leaders develop strategies that will assist them in not only building a culture that is conducive to leveraging the OECD Test for Schools as a tool for learning but also communicating effectively with a wide range of stakeholders regarding the assessment.