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  1. Microaggressions: How To Identify And Combat Them In Your Workplace And K-12 School
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    Microaggressions: How To Identify And Combat Them In Your Workplace And K-12 School

    Equity experts Precious Green Gunter and Brandon Washington will help you identify microaggressions and implicit bias. You will learn how to ensure everyone in your school is seen, respected, valued, and included.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are microaggressions?
    • What is implicit bias?
    • What is intersectionality?
    • What impact do they have at school?
    • How do they affect students’ life experiences?
    • How can you recognize biases and take steps to adjust?
  2. Intersectionality: Collision Of Racism And Privilege And How To Help Students
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    Intersectionality: Collision Of Racism And Privilege And How To Help Students

    Education leader and equity expert Michael Lowe will explain the critical concept of intersectionality. You will discover the enormous burden piled on many members of your school community and learn how to help overcome it.

    What You'll Learn

    • What is intersectionality?
    • What specific identities overlap to make people vulnerable?
    • How does social context influence your perceptions of race, class, and gender?
    • How does sexuality affect treatment?
    • What impact does intersectionality have on systemic injustice and inequality?
    • How can you fight oppression today?
  3. Developing a Professional Learning Plan to Boost Success for the Next School Year
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    Developing a Professional Learning Plan to Boost Success for the Next School Year
    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
    Experienced school leader Dr. Neil Gupta will share the definition and parameters in implementing a successful PLC. You will learn how to use these valuable tools to help your team grow while helping each student.

    Key Takeaways

    • What are the benefits of professional learning communities?
    • How can you get educators interested and involved?
    • How should you structure PLCs for success?
    • What are the most effective timelines and formats?
    • How can you sustain PLCs?
  4. Creating a Well-Being Plan for Educators During the Summer and Next School Year
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    Creating a Well-Being Plan for Educators During the Summer and Next School Year
    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.

    Experienced school leader Dr. Neil Gupta will identify the challenges facing educators and share strategies to support their health and well-being. You will learn how to support teachers in their psychological, professional, emotional, and physical self-care.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you refill teachers’ energy cells?
    • Why is it essential to support educators at the end of the school year and when thinking about an uncertain new school year?
    • What are the most significant factors that contribute to teachers’ well-being?
    • What tactical steps can you take now to address concerns and relieve stress?
  5. Faculty Career Planning: Proactive Strategies For Mapping Out A Career Path
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    Faculty Career Planning: Proactive Strategies For Mapping Out A Career Path
    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
    Veteran educator Dr. Robert Hill will share his insight and experiences on how full-time professors can thrive and sustain a long, satisfying career that has purpose. You will learn some of the things that he wished he knew when he first started his faculty career.

    Covered Topics

    • How can you keep up with teaching, student assessment, and grading?
    • What is the best approach to formulating a research agenda?
    • How are effective professors both excellent researchers and teachers?
    • How can you manage the administrative paperwork and meetings?
    • When can you effectively get some writing done?
    • How should you build your CV while developing your faculty portfolio?
    • How can you maintain your passion and not succumb to burnout?
  6. Addressing Discrimination, Harassment, And Lack Of Inclusivity: A Scenario-Based, Practical Response Guide
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    Addressing Discrimination, Harassment, And Lack Of Inclusivity: A Scenario-Based, Practical Response Guide
    Equity experts Precious Green Gunter and Brandon Washington will share concrete tactics you can use immediately to make everyone feel comfortable in your environment. You will learn how to address the continuum of behaviors related to equity and inclusion.

    What You'll Learn

    • What equity situations do colleges and universities encounter?
    • How can you respond to uncomfortable situations that do not rise to the level of discrimination or harassment?
    • What are the likely outcomes of reporting issues related to diversity?
    • How can you facilitate tough conversations around race, equity, and inclusion?
  7. Microsoft Excel® Data Analysis Series: From Fundamentals To Advanced
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    Microsoft Excel® Data Analysis Series: From Fundamentals To Advanced

    Data analyst and Excel master Miri Miller will guide you through these two fast-paced sessions. You will learn a massive amount in a short time and come away being able to apply these new skills to your spreadsheets immediately.

    What You'll Learn

    • Excel terms and navigation
    • Data organization through filtering and sorting
    • Transpose
    • Text functions and nest statements
    • Basic math functions
    • Advanced math functions
    • VLookup
    • XLookup
    • Advanced functions
    • PivotTables for large quantities of data
    • Visualizations and PivotCharts
  8. The Myth Of Black Inferiority: How To Fight Unconscious Bias
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    The Myth Of Black Inferiority: How To Fight Unconscious Bias
    Education leader and equity expert Michael Lowe will examine answers that are intricately linked beneath the surface of America’s history and consciousness. You will learn how to eliminate the myth of Black inferiority from your school.

    What You'll Learn

    • How do contemporary manifestations connect to historical roots?
    • How does the media’s presentation of Black people affect attitudes?
    • What steps can you take to reduce unconscious bias?
    • How do identity and bias interact in society?
    • How can you eliminate deficit mindsets and attitudes?
  9. Strategies To Mitigate Student Learning Loss During The Pandemic
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    Strategies To Mitigate Student Learning Loss During The Pandemic

    Experienced school leader Dr. Neil Gupta will reveal the challenges facing students academically. You will learn how to address learning loss and help students catch up.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you determine which students are falling behind?
    • What innovative practices will help mitigate student learning loss?
    • How can you use targeted interventions to help individual students?
    • What daily tactics can you use to help students catch up?
    • How can you keep students from falling farther behind?
  10. Supporting The Well-Being Of Students During A Pandemic
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    Supporting The Well-Being Of Students During A Pandemic

    Experienced school leader Dr. Neil Gupta will identify the challenges facing students in the pandemic. You will learn concrete strategies and actionable insights to create and revise plans to support each student’s mental health and well-being.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are the most significant factors affecting students’ mental health now?
    • How should you adjust expectations during the pandemic?
    • What support systems can you provide to students?
    • How can you help students get through the end of this school year?
  11. Difficult Conversations About Bias, Masks, Hygiene, And More: Step-By-Step Guidance For Schools
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    Difficult Conversations About Bias, Masks, Hygiene, And More: Step-By-Step Guidance For Schools

    Human resources expert Jenni Stone will share scenarios that require intervention, tips for approaching them, and sample language you can use to say the things that may be hard to hear.

    What You'll Learn

    • How should you talk with school staff members who refuse to wear masks?
    • What techniques work for handling difficult employees and disruptive behaviors?
    • What approach is most effective for having difficult conversations online?
    • How should you address personal habit and hygiene issues?
    • How can you broach race, bias, and microaggressions?
  12. Employment Practices Liability: Legal Issues For K-12 Schools
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    Employment Practices Liability: Legal Issues For K-12 Schools

    Leading education employment attorney Richard Verstegen will elaborate on the employment practices liability claims most prevalent in schools today. You will learn how to respond to issues, mitigate liability, and protect your school and district.

    Questions Answered

    • What are the most common EPL claims?
    • What laws apply to EPL claims?
    • What policies should you develop to address these issues?
    • What laws protect schools from liability?
    • How can you mitigate claims against the school?
    • How do insurance policies interact with these laws and claims?

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