CGLR Learning Tuesdays affirms the Campaign's commitment to get better at getting better by learning with and from each other. We are using these webinars as a portal through which to access and explore the best science, ideas and programs. We expect to be informed, inspired and energized by an eclectic mix of presenters who will bring knowledge derived from research, practice and lived experience.
Register now for one of our upcoming GLR Learning Tuesdays Webinars. We host one every Tuesday 3-4:30 pm ET and often host special webinars at 12:30 pm ET
Oct 19, 3pm
Filling Gaps ASAP: Unlocking the Potential of Substitute Teaching
Presenters: Jeremy Anderson, Education Commission of the States; and Jill Vialet & Amanda Von Moos, Substantial Classrooms
Commentators: Cheryl Cotton, California Dept. of Ed; Jason Midwood, Central Falls School District; & Marquis Taylor, Coaching for Change
Oct 26, 3pm
Co-Generational Solutions: Older & Younger Changemakers Innovating Together
Presenters: Carol Larson, David and Lucile Packard Foundation; Sonali Nijhawan, AmeriCorps State & National; Atalaya Sergi, AmeriCorps Seniors
Commentators: Mioshi Moses, AARP Foundation Experience Corps
Nov 2, 12:30-2pm ET
Building a Parent Nation
Presenters: Yolie Flores & Dr. Dana Suskind, TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health, Univ. of Chicago
Respondent: Beth Duda, Suncoast Campaign for GLR; Liletta Jenkins, Alabama Children's Policy Councils; Jane Park, Too Small To Fail
Moderator: Ginger Young, Book Harvest
Nov 2, 3pm ET
Learning at Home and in the Classroom: Innovation in Curricula & Professional Learning
Presenters: Elizabeth Chu, Columbia Univ. Center for Public Research and Leadership; Bryan Hassel, Ph.D., Public Impact; Sarah Johnson, Teaching Lab; David Rosenberg, ERS; and Lauren Weisskirk, EdReports
Moderator: Laurie Sztejnberg, Overdeck Family Found.
Nov 9, 3pm ET
English Learners’ Experience During the Pandemic: Emerging Opportunity?
Presenter: Miriam Calderon, US DOE
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.
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