Fall 2021 Webinar Series

 2021 Fall Webinar Series

webinartransparentThis fall we are offering three webinars addressing lessons learned from teaching in a COVID-19 environment.

Join us as we collaborate and explore topics related to pedagogy and content.  5:30PM – 7:00PM  EST via Zoom

Members must register but can attend for free.

The non-member registration fee is $40 and includes all four webinars plus one year of membership in NCSLA

CEUs are available for all participants!

Webinars will be held from 5:30 - 7 pm on the following dates:

October 5: Building Science and STEM Leaders During the Pandemic: Lessons Learned
with Dr. Cheryl Thompkins Horton, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fayetteville State University
Dr. Angie Reid Griffin, Professor, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Explore leadership during the pandemic. Hear colleagues’ pandemic-related challenges, strategies and successes related to supporting teacher candidates, beginning teachers, and managing volunteers for STEM events during the pandemic.

November 3: Get Your Head IN the Clouds! Understanding Weather and Changing Climate – K-12 Curricular Alignment, Practice and Leadership
with Roger Shew, UNC Wilmington and others

In light of the ongoing surge in pandemic numbers and restrictions on travel, substitute teachers and more we have moved our annual fall leadership summit online. 

December 2: Keeping Kids in School: Advocating for Sound Science Leadership in Complex Issues
with Superintendent John Bryant, School Board members Christine Kushner and Matt Sears, Principal Bob Grant and Teacher Tom Savage

A virtual conversation with school leaders and educators, focusing on leadership in complex issues in schools. Professional educators are called to action to support best science practices in schools including supporting vaccination, masking, and social distancing. These actions lead to students having safe learning environments. Educators must also acknowledge their position of leadership in supporting best COVID-19 practices affirmed by both  state and national health departments.