Free Webinars for Educators

Get a firsthand look at our newest offerings. Savvas' free webinars provide ideas and inspiration for educators. Join authors and experts as they showcase new Savvas Learning Company programs, resources, and practices. Available live and on-demand. Thank you for exploring with us!

 
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Oct 27, 2020
5:00 PM EST
Inspiring Reading: A 3-D Look at Teaching Reading (K-5) ›
During our lit blocks, we plan for students to learn in three settings: whole class, small group, and independent. In this session, we will explore activities to foster literacy learning in these three settings. We’ll dive into a first-read minilesson to engage students with complex texts during your whole class teaching. Then we’ll examine a small group framework to enhance your guided reading instruction. Lastly, we’ll delve into coaching conversations you can use to confer with each student during independent reading.
Oct 28, 2020
3:00 PM EST
How Science Education Can Promote Antiracism and Social Justice ›
The prejudices of systemic racism are unfortunately part of all aspects of modern society, and science and engineering are not immune from this. Incorrect old ideas about racial prejudice were initially founded in poor biological science...
Nov 03, 2020
5:00 PM EST
Writing for College and Career (6-12) ›
Writing plays a fundamental role in the workforce that starts with writing requirements in the application process – from college entrance exams to writing as a part of a job application process. Knowing that, teaching students to be strong communicators through writing is essential to college and career readiness. This session will cover strategies including mentor texts, writing for real world purposes, and reading text sets on a topic to help with knowledge building writing.
Nov 10, 2020
11:30 AM EST
Career Connection: Studying the Brain on Drugs ›
As a child of West Indian immigrants, Gwenaëlle (Gwen-Eye-Yell) learned to communicate science across cultures and fight against stigmas and taboos around mental illness. She graduated with a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and is currently pursuing a PhD in Neurobiology.
Nov 10, 2020
12:15 PM EST
Career Connection: Fire Service and Science with Ernie Carter ›
Ernie Carter has been in the Fire Service for 22yrs. He uses science knowledge of chemical reactions and fire behavior in his different areas of expertise.
Nov 10, 2020
1:00 PM EST
Origami Time! Can you Make Hundreds of Objects from One Paper? ›
Come enjoy some mental gymnastics and fun critical thinking exercises. All you need is a sheet of paper, a ruler, scissors, pencil and your imagination.
Nov 10, 2020
2:00 PM EST
STEM Lesson/Activity: Experimenting with Bugscocopter Flight ›
Students will make a helicopter-like Bugsocopter and experiment with factors that affect its speed in flight.
Nov 10, 2020
3:00 PM EST
Career Connection: Surfers and their Microbiome ›
Cliff is a professional surfer and scientist from Hawai‘i. He spends his life chasing the best waves around the world and also looks to use science to protect those waves.
Nov 10, 2020
3:00 PM EST
Distance Learning Strategies with iLit ›
Are you using iLit in a remote learning environment? Uncover more ways to help your students engage with content in an online setting.
Nov 10, 2020
5:00 PM EST
Teaching Writers: More than the Process (K-5) ›
Writing instruction that fosters young students into proficient writers includes some common best practices including immersing them in the style of writing, having one teaching point at a time, and choice in topics. In this session teachers will explore writing mini-lessons, using mentor texts, conferring, and providing feedback for writing. Teachers will leave with a bank of mini-lesson ideas for teaching opinion writing, as well as ideas for developing their own units of writing instruction.
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On-Demand Performance-Based/Project-Based Learning in the Spanish Classroom ›
This session will show how to make the most of project-based learning in your classroom to fully engage students and enable them to be better equipped to show what they CAN DO with language in the Spanish classroom.
On-Demand Differentiation Through Product in the Latin Classroom ›
This session will provide a deeper dive into how to differentiate in your Latin Classroom by examining the products by which the students master content and demonstrate what they CAN DO with the language. You will have the opportunity to share your classroom strategies.
On-Demand Author Webinar: Increase Student Learning and Engagement Using Desmos with Dr. Eric Milou ›
Change the nature of school mathematics by engaging students in more active mathematical practices. In this webinar, Dr. Eric Milou will show you how to use Desmos to get your students experimenting, investigating and problem-solving! Bring depth to students’ learning and encourage them to ask questions rather than only looking for answers.
On-Demand Teaching Personal Financial Literacy: Your Students’ Future Depends on it! ›
During CTE Month, we’re offering a complimentary webinar with Personal Financial Literacy co-authors, Dr. Michael Casey and Dr. Sherry Roberts.
On-Demand Differentiation in the Spanish Classroom ›
This session will provide strategies to support diverse learner populations in the classroom as well learning styles. In addition you will have the opportunity to share your classroom strategies.
On-Demand Author Webinar: Counting: More than Just ›
Counting is more than memorization, more than one-to-one correspondence, and more than procedural skills. In this webinar, Dr. Juanita Copley will examine five principles for cardinality and counting.
On-Demand Words Their Way Author Webinar Series: Integrated Word Study - Spelling, Grammar, and Meaning in the Language Arts Classroom with Marcia Invernizzi ›
There are three reasons for adopting a word study approach to spelling, vocabulary, and grammar instruction in a language arts program: (1) Word study provides the link to integrate and apply word-level skills within the context of reading and writing; (2) word study builds on the fundamental cognitive learning process of focusing on comparing and contrasting and brings this process to conscious attention; and (3) word study is hands-on, student-centered, developmentally appropriate, and fun. Word-conscious teachers link word study to reading and writing, provide a flexible sequence of instruction that includes instruction in grammar, text analysis, and writing; and provide hands-on, repeated practice with words and ideas. Word study makes explicit how spelling patterns and word structures reflect meaning and use.
On-Demand What To Do with All That Vocabulary! ›
Every student wants to know what a sentence means. And most naturally assume that time spent on individual vocabulary words will get them to that goal. Let’s talk about a number of ways to work with vocabulary without forgetting our larger goal of understanding passages.
On-Demand Investigating Social Studies Through Inquiry ›
Students learn best when engaged in active inquiry that integrates Social Studies content and real-world problem-based tasks. These tasks take specific shape in the Social Studies classroom to include Civic Discussions, Project-Based Learning, and DBQ Activities. Come to this session to experience a variety of inquiry models to engage students. We will model pedagogical strategies to support student experiences with inquiry that are collaborative, creative, experiential, exploratory, and evidence-based.
On-Demand Increase Student Discourse in the Active Classroom ›
This session supports strategies and best practices to increase student engagement and productive dialogue in the Social Studies classroom. Participants will learn how to create classrooms that are rich with active student participation and interaction with the content. These strategies will help students develop routines for analyzing primary and secondary source content. The presenter will focus using Social Studies content (images, readings, sources, video, digital interactives, etc.) that help students develop ideas, debate, and discuss content and support arguments and claims with evidence. Learn how active classroom strategies promote critical thinking and increase student engagement and talk in the Social Studies classroom.