Online Training Catalog

EducationAdminWebAdvisor is a leading industry education company that has helped over 15,000 educators and administrators enhance their careers. Whether you attend a live webinar or an on-demand session, you’ll have access to content-rich, practical guidance on everything from Title IX to diversity, equity and inclusion for k-12 and higher ed to teaching practices and professional development for the teaching staff of your school or organization.

Online Training Catalog

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  1. How to Be an Ally to Indigenous Peoples at Work
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    How to Be an Ally to Indigenous Peoples at Work
    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period. Monday, October 10, 2022; 4:00 PM Eastern

    Indigenous Affairs journalist and historian Meghanlata Gupta will share insights about tribal nations and tribal diversity. You will learn how to be an ally to Indigenous peoples.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are land acknowledgments?
    • What terminology should you use?
    • What are the differences between tribes?
    • How can you be an ally?
    • Where can you learn about tribal histories and contemporary issues?
    • How can you start essential conversations about allyship in your organization?
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    How to Be an Ally to Indigenous Peoples at Work
    Monday, October 10, 2022; 4:00 PM Eastern
    Meghanlata Gupta
    From $189.00
  2. FERPA 102: Deep Dive Into Privacy and Title IX (Higher Ed)
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    FERPA 102: Deep Dive Into Privacy and Title IX (Higher Ed)

    Title IX and FERPA expert Melissa Carleton will walk you through a hypothetical case and the sticky situations involving sharing information between parties, advisors, witnesses, and institution employees outside the Title IX process. You will also learn about the interplay between FERPA’s protections and Freedom of Information Act requests under state public records laws.

    What You'll Learn

    • What records created by a Title IX team are protected by confidentiality laws?
    • When can you share information with individuals involved in the process?
    • When can you share information about sexual misconduct with school officials?
    • What rights do advisors and parents have to access information?
    • Can students review their case files once the Title IX process is over?
    • If a respondent is disciplined and wants to transfer, what can you share with their new institution about their case?
  3.  Title IX and Athletics: How to Self-Audit for Higher Ed
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    Title IX and Athletics: How to Self-Audit for Higher Ed

    Title IX expert Richard Verstegen will show you how to conduct a self-audit of your athletics program to ensure compliance. You will learn how to review participation, funding, competition, facilities, and other areas where higher education institutions often make mistakes.

    What You'll Learn

    • What is the focus of the latest Title IX guidance?
    • What is the three-prong test? How does it apply to athletics?
    • How does Title IX relate to coaches, practices, and facilities?
    • What should your policies include to ensure Title IX compliance?
    • What must you consider before adding or eliminating a sport?
    • What specific areas should you audit? How?
  4. How to Manage Your Higher Education Projects
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    How to Manage Your Higher Education Projects

    Project and leadership strategist Jami Yazdani will introduce you to the basics of project management, offering essential and actionable strategies to help you plan for and successfully deliver a wide variety of projects.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are the five essential elements of higher education project management?
    • What project phases and lifecycles should you follow?
    • How can you integrate common areas of project planning?
    • How should you use scope, deliverables, and schedule?
    • What techniques will enable you to improve communication and collaboration?
    • What everyday challenges that derail projects should you avoid?
  5. Hiring Laws: How to Avoid Fines and Lawsuits
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    Hiring Laws: How to Avoid Fines and Lawsuits

    Employment law expert Melissa Fleischer will explain the current legal issues you must understand when hiring. You will learn how to update your employment application, conduct interviews, and make offers to ensure compliance while still getting the information you need to make informed hiring decisions and attract top talent.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are the current employment application laws around the country?
    • How can you comply with the laws?
    • What is the EEOC’s position on disqualification based on criminal history?
    • What three-part test should you use to ensure a conviction is relevant?
    • How do job descriptions also play a role in complying with the laws?
    • When must you publish salary information?
    • May you refuse to hire an applicant with a criminal history in some states?
    • Is it necessary to conduct background checks?
    • What does the FCRA require for background checks?
    • May you ask questions about COVID-19 vaccination or exposure?
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    Hiring Laws: How to Avoid Fines and Lawsuits
    Melissa Fleischer
    From $189.00
  6.  Your Guide to Long COVID and Disability Rights
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    Your Guide to Long COVID and Disability Rights
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    Employment law expert Dr. Jim Castagnera will give you specific tactics to deal with the looming workplace challenge of Long COVID and Post-COVID conditions. You will learn how to make accommodations while avoiding undue hardship for your organization and other team members.

    What You'll Learn

    • How do the ADA and FMLA apply to COVID long-haulers?
    • What state laws and local ordinances have expanded rights of the disabled?
    • What are the latest court decisions on COVID in the workplace?
    • What accommodations must you make for employees with ongoing symptoms?
    • How can you have an open dialogue with a chronically ill employee?
    • How should job descriptions help prepare for Long COVID challenges?
    • How can you enable chronically ill employees to stay connected?
    • What are the dos and don’ts of the ongoing communication process?
  7. Inclusive Teaching Series: How to Update Your Reading and History Lessons
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    Inclusive Teaching Series: How to Update Your Reading and History Lessons
    2 Sessions scheduled for 75 minutes including question and answer period. Wednesday, January 11, 2023; 4:30 PM Eastern and Thursday, January 12, 2023; 4:00 PM Eastern

    Equity expert Michael Lowe will give you a new perspective on how reading and history instruction can marginalize or motivate students. You will learn how to adapt your curriculum without violating laws banning the teaching of critical race theory.

    What You'll Learn

    •  Reading Instruction and DEI:  Step-by-Step Guidance

    • How to Teach Black History and Not CRT in Your School

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    Inclusive Teaching Series: How to Update Your Reading and History Lessons
    Wednesday, January 11, 2023; 4:30 PM Eastern and Thursday, January 12, 2023; 4:00 PM Eastern
    Michael Lowe
    From $299.00
  8. New DOE Guidance: Discipline and Special Ed.
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    New DOE Guidance: Discipline and Special Ed.

    Education law expert Dr. Jim Castagnera will detail the steps you must follow to comply with the Department of Education guidance for students receiving Special Education services. You will learn how to take full advantage of the new resources.

    What You'll Learn

    • Handbooks containing evidence-based guidance on how to effectively use the $130 billion in federal funding to address the impacts of the pandemic
    • A fact sheet on how schools can ensure that students with disabilities receive a free, appropriate public education
    • Guidance to help you fulfill your responsibilities to meet the needs of students with disabilities
    • Strategies to avoid the discriminatory use of student discipline under Section 504
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    New DOE Guidance: Discipline and Special Ed.
    Dr. Jim Castagnera
    From $129.00
  9. Title IX Basics for All K-12 School Staff
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    Title IX Basics for All K-12 School Staff
    Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period. Thursday, October 27, 2022; 5:00 PM Eastern

    Leading education law expert Richard Verstegen will help teachers and other school staff understand the tremendous implications of Title IX on your school. They will learn the policies and procedures they must follow and review case studies of common issues.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are the history, purpose, and scope of Title IX?
    • What procedures should teachers follow related to Title IX concerns?
    • How does it cover athletics, pregnancy, employment, and LGBTQ students?
    • How should school staff members adapt based on the 2022 changes?
    • What specific steps must all school staff members take to avoid discriminating?
    • What other laws relate to Title IX matters?
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    Title IX Basics for All K-12 School Staff
    Thursday, October 27, 2022; 5:00 PM Eastern
    Richard F. Verstegen
    From $129.00
  10. Know the Law: Tips for Student Support and Success at Your School
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    Know the Law: Tips for Student Support and Success at Your School
    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period. Tuesday, January 10, 2022; 4:30 PM Eastern

    Higher education legal experts Dr. Jim Castaganera and Dr. Tony Campbell will review the current state of affairs, discuss the legal obligations of colleges and universities, and review best practices that are making a difference.

    What You Will Learn

    • What are your institution’s legal obligations to support students?
    • What requirements do ADA laws impose on colleges and universities?
    • How can counseling centers help students cope with life’s daily pressures?
    • How are current world events affecting students?
    • What does recent research reveal you can do to build student resiliency?
    • What best practices should you implement immediately?
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    Know the Law: Tips for Student Support and Success at Your School
    Tuesday, January 10, 2022; 4:30 PM Eastern
    Dr. Jim Castagnera and Anthony Campbell
    From $129.00
  11. Supreme Court’s Free Speech Decision: What Schools Must Know
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    Supreme Court’s Free Speech Decision: What Schools Must Know

    Educational law expert Rick Verstegen will distill the critical points from the Kennedy v. Bremerton School Dist. Decision. You will learn how to adapt to comply.

    What You'll Learn

    • How does the decision affect employee speech in schools?
    • How will this decision impact religious practices by employees?
    • What actions can schools take to address religious actions by employees?
    • How should you update policies?
    • What tests can help determine the appropriateness of speech?
    • How can schools avoid Establishment Clause violations while allowing speech?
  12. How to Pay Athletes and Coaches: Employment Law You Should Know
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    How to Pay Athletes and Coaches: Employment Law You Should Know
    Scheduled for 75 minutes including question and answer period. Thursday, October 27, 2022; 12:30 PM Eastern

    Education law expert Rick Verstegen will explain the critical employment issues relating to college and university athletics programs. You will learn how to avoid the many legal or political problems that may arise.

    What You'll Learn

    • What legal and employment issues relate to coaches?
    • Can and should you pay student-athletes? What are their rights?
    • What role should conduct play in employment requirements?
    • How should you handle at-will employment in contracts?
    • What are the standards for discipline and discharge?
    • How can you address outside activities and conflicts of interest?
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    How to Pay Athletes and Coaches: Employment Law You Should Know
    Thursday, October 27, 2022; 12:30 PM Eastern
    Richard F. Verstegen
    From $129.00

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