Dec 02, 2021 • 3:30 PM ET
Do you want to help English Learners (ELs) access grade-level content and accelerate language development? In this webinar, you’ll learn how Thinking Maps can be differentiated to support English Learners at all levels of language proficiency.
Jan 12, 2022 • 3:30 PM EST
Do you want to improve writing at your school? This webinar introduces our comprehensive and flexible instructional framework that can be used as a core writing program or in combination with other writing resources.
Whether you’re just getting started with Map Builder or looking for new ways to put it to use in your classroom, this webinar is for you! In 30 minutes, we’ll show you what’s new in Map Builder and how to get started with the most commonly used features.
What does it take to facilitate successful learning for all students in a distance, blended or hybrid model? Join us for this webinar to learn how Thinking Maps can help schools address the “coronavirus achievement gap” and support independent learning, at home or at school....
What's the best way to unlock every student’s learning potential? By focusing on thinking first. Students with a deep structure for critical thinking are better prepared to recover from learning disruptions and accelerate mastery of grade-level standards.
New to Thinking Maps? This webinar introduces brain-based strategies to accelerate learning for students of all backgrounds and ability levels.
Social-emotional learning is essential for self-regulation, classroom management and optimal learning. In this 15-minute webinar, you'll learn how Thinking Maps supports SEL by making thinking, decision-making, goal setting and conflict resolution visible.
Is it time to get back to the basics and refresh your Thinking Maps practice? If you've gotten away from Thinking Maps and would like to get restarted, or just want to see what’s new since your initial training, this webinar is for you!
Interested in the science of neuroplasticity and its implications for teaching and learning? In this webinar, we discuss how educators can harness the brain’s natural preferences to accelerate learning and maximize retention, recall and deep understanding.
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