All Trainings

Seidlitz Education provides research-based consultations, trainings, coaching, products, and more with innovative educational tools that focus on ways we can help give students the gift of academic language in traditional classroom environments and in remote or hybrid settings. 

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Reading & Writing with English Learners: A Framework for K-5

What is this training about?

This training offers educators a user-friendly guide and framework for supporting English learners in balanced literacy classrooms. Authors Valentina Gonzalez and Melinda Miller will lead participants in exploring the components of Reading and Writing Workshop with a special eye for increasing the effectiveness of instructional methods and quality of instruction to serve English learners.

Who should attend this training?
  • K-5 Classroom Teachers
  • ESL Teachers
  • Reading and Writing Instructional Coaches
  • District Leaders
What formats can this training be presented in?
  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

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Building Better Sentences: Rigorous Syntax for English Learners

What is this training about?

This 3 hour training offers teachers of English Learners an opportunity to examine common ELA practices through the lens of Language Acquisition Theory  and to explore a variety of techniques for sentence level writing. Teachers will learn to introduce complex syntactic features to Newcomers and Long-Term English Learners stagnating at Intermediate or Advanced levels through hands-on, game-like syntax activities.  Some of the topics will include teaching syntax through communicative context, freewriting vs. deliberate practice, and fostering language proficiency growth by targeting sentence level skills. 

In this 3-hour online session, participants will do the following: 

  • Explore 10-minute online and face2face grammar activities
  • Engage with deliberate writing practices
  • Practice incorporating oracy as a step into literacy
Who should attend this training?
  • 4th-12th grade ELA teachers of ELs in General, Sheltered Instruction
  • ESOL and ESL teachers of students of all proficiency levels
  • Campus ELA team leaders; ELA PLC-level leaders
  • Teachers of Newcomers in NAC and NLD programs
  • District ELA and ESL coordinators
  • Instructional Coaches and Specialists 
What formats can this training be presented in?
  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions

Sheltered Instruction in Texas: Second Language Acquisition Methods for Teachers of ELs

What is this training about?

Educators will explore the true meaning of sheltered instruction with research-based strategies such as the 7 Steps to a Language-Rich, Interactive Classroom. Chapter 89 of the TAC, recommends  “the integrated use of second language acquisition methods” to meet the needs of ELs. This training is designed to give teachers the tools they need to meet these requirements. It includes approaches to integrating the ELPS into instruction and ways to align linguistic accommodations to the TELPAS descriptors.

Who should attend this training?

This training is excellent for all teachers of ELs, as well as for any administrator or campus leader looking for an in-depth study of second language acquisition methods and sheltered instruction.

What formats can this training be presented in?
  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

ELs in Texas: What School Leaders Need to Know 

What is this training about?

School leaders need a convenient and accessible resource that integrates the voluminous amounts of information in their binders, books, and manuals into one easy-to-read resource. This comprehensive training includes: explanations of current policy and law; information and guidance related to federal and Texas state law for ELs; a convenient and efficient resource for school leaders at all levels of experience; a collection of current and relevant statutes, codes, and guidance for leading programs.

What formats can this training be presented in?
  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

Talk, Read, Talk, Write

What is this training about?

Talk, Read, Talk, Write (TRTW) is a practical approach to classroom instruction that helps students meet and exceed the state standards for learning in the core classes while also developing the literacy skills needed for success in the 21st century. Participants will experience the TRTW approach as learners themselves, and receive step-by-step instructions for how to implement the approach using actual classroom examples. Other training topics include: how to facilitate structured conversations, how to hold students accountable for active participation, how to move students toward successful independent reading and writing, and how to troubleshoot common roadblocks to reading, writing and talking in the classroom.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

 

¡Toma la palabra! 

What is this training about?

Teachers in bilingual and dual language programs are looking for ways to enhance the development of academic Spanish in their classrooms. They are also looking for ways to increase their own practice of academic Spanish. This training directly addresses those needs. It is based on the research and experience of Dr. Mónica Lara and her work in countless bilingual classrooms. Teachers will explore theory, strategies, and activities in Spanish that develop oracy and biliteracy.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

 

7 Steps to a Language-Rich, Interactive Classroom

What is this training about?

This innovative training will help all teachers transform their classrooms into vibrant spaces where students can use academic language to talk, read, write, and think about each lesson’s content. This 7 Steps training outlines a dynamic process for structuring, planning, and facilitating a language-rich classroom. In addition,. participants gain knowledge of helpful ways to integrate both content and language standards when planning instruction. They also receive specific strategies for differentiating instruction so that all learners within the classroom can build their ability to discuss and communicate academic concepts effectively.

Who should attend this training?

This training is excellent for teachers of all grade levels and content areas. It can also be adapted for administrators to help them support their teachers in implementing in the 7 Steps.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

 

Instructional Coaching

What is this training about?

At Seidlitz Education, our goal is simple: support and enhance your campus or district initiatives by promoting academic language. We recognize that the vision, goals, and messages of your district are unique to the community you serve, so we custom-build our professional development program to merge naturally with the progress you’ve already been making. The product: language-rich learning environments with measurably better student outcomes.

What trainings are available with this resource?
We provide two types of Instructional coaching:
  1. Teacher Efficacy Coaching Cycles in which we work with teachers one-on-one and in small groups to develop focused and measurable goals to shift towards more student-centered, language-rich instruction. Inspired by the Jim Knight coaching model, our follow up with teachers is immediate with reflective questioning and actionable instructional targets to guide each coaching cycle.
  2. On-Site School Leadership Rounds in which we help create focused goals aligned to campus or district needs, and show instructional leaders both what to look for in the classroom, and how to support teachers in meeting those goals. These rounds aim to achieve measurable gains within the current school year, while also developing structures within the instructional program for long-term, sustainable growth in the years to come.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face coaching sessions
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online coaching sessions

 

ELLs in Texas: What Teachers Need to Know

What is this training about?

ELLs in TX: What Teachers Need to Know is a comprehensive, practical resource that is essential for any Texas teacher with ELLs in the classroom. This training provides teachers, administrators, and program specialists with at-your-fingertips knowledge about Bilingual/ESL programs in Texas, second language acquisition, ELPS/TELPAS assessments and connections, and classroom instruction focused on progress and proficiency.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

38 Great Academic Language Builders

What is this training about?

Students in content-area classrooms are required to manage increasing amounts of academic vocabulary in order to be successful. This training offers effective strategies that can be used to build academic vocabulary skills for students in an authentic and engaging way. During the training, participants will learn how to teach core content vocabulary, how to help students navigate the academic language found in textbooks and on tests, and how to help students become independent learners of new vocabulary. This training is valuable for teachers, specialists, and administrators. Those who attend the training gain a deeper understanding of the types of academic vocabulary students need to use. In addition, real life practice strategies enable participants to implement what they’ve learned when they return to their classroom.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

7 Steps to a Language-Rich, Interactive Foreign Language Classroom

What is this training about?

The 7 Steps to a Language-Rich, Interactive Foreign Language Classroom are research-based strategies designed to increase comprehensible input and provide low-stress opportunities for language output and interaction. These practical techniques provide an essential foundation that ensures students are motivated and engaged, while offering access points to any target language in a way that is easy to implement and comprehensively scaffolded. This training was created for both novice and seasoned LOTE teachers to transform the foreign language classroom into an interactive environment in which students are engaging in the target language from day one.

What trainings are available as a follow-up?

We suggest Language Builders for LOTE: Activities for an Interactive, Foreign Language Classroom as a follow up training. This training offers effective strategies that can be used to build vocabulary as well as reading, writing, and conversation skills for students in an authentic and engaging way. During the training, participants will experience activities to help students: build conversations in the target language, navigate reading from authentic texts and writing in meaningful ways, and become independent learners of new vocabulary.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

190 Bilingual Target Language Proficiency Test – Spanish Two-Day Preparation Academy

What is this training about?

This academy prepares teachers for the TExES BTLPT- Spanish. Examinees become familiar with the domains and competencies to be tested (reading comprehension, listening comprehension, speaking and writing), test item formats and study resources. A lot of practice! En la academia, revisaremos todas las áreas que serán parte del examen. ¡A practicar!

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Bilingual TExES #164 Supplemental One-Day Preparation Academy

What is this training about?
  • Get familiar with test domains and competencies.
  • See the test-item formats and gain study resources.
  • Practice with sample training questions.
  • Analyze the theories, research and current practices Bilingual Education and Dual Language Pedagogoy.
  • Take home a copy of trainer Dr. Patricia Morales’ book: Content Review and Practice Book for the Texas Educator Certification Program:164 Bilingual Education Supplemental, First Edition.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Boosting Achievement for SIFE

What is this training about?

Based on current research surrounding educational growth mindset and the practical experience of Carol Salva, a master teacher who achieved success with SIFE students in Houston, this training demonstrates user-friendly techniques that close achievement gaps for Unschooled or Underschooled Learners. Experience the strategies that capitalize on the gifts of your diverse classroom. Discover ways to maximize the impact  for SIFE, especially non-English speakers. Learn to empower these students to work at grade-level in content classes and the ESL classroom.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Conversational and Academic English for School Parents Levels 1 & 2

What is this training about?

Parents will be introduced to school vocabulary and frequently used expressions in the school settings.  This workshop is a two-day interactive and entertaining learning experience in which school parents will receive a workbook and an audio CD. Practiquemos el inglés conversacional y académico que se utiliza en la escuela- Sesión interactiva del vocabulario escolar en inglés.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Conversational Spanish for School Personnel Levels 1 & 2

What is this training about?

Participants will be introduced to school vocabulary and frequently used expressions in the school settings.  This workshop is a two-day interactive and entertaining learning experience in which school personnel will receive a workbook and an audio CD.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

English/Spanish Linguistic & Academic Connections PK-6

What is this training about?

This session was designed for teachers in bilingual/dual and ESL classrooms to bridge research-based pedagogies and connections in the areas of cross- linguistic and cross- academic transfer between English and Spanish. The course will provide teachers a means to empower students in the developmental process of cross-linguistic strategies, metalinguistic and metacognitive awareness, cross-academic strategies, and reinforce their linguistic, cultural, and academic background knowledge in English and Spanish.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

ESL TExESL #154 Supplemental Preparation 

What is this training about?
  • Get familiar with test domains and competencies.
  • See the test-item formats and gain study resources.
  • Practice with sample training questions.
  • Analyze the theories, research, and current practices in learning and teaching a second language.
  • Take home a copy of trainer Dr. Patricia Morales’ book: Content Review and Practice Book for the Texas Educator Certification Program: 154 ESL Supplemental, 3rd edition (2017)
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings – One-day or Two-day
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings
  • Two-Day online trainings

 

La práctica del dictado

What is this training about?

Esta sesión presenta la importancia del dictado y expande la explicación de los pasos a seguir para implementarlo en el aula dual. También incluye algunas diferencias entre el inglés y el español y la importancia de la oralidad como base de la lectoescritura. Los participantes practicarán el dictado ye verán docentes en acción. Este taller es presentado en español.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

Making the Most of the ELPS Flip Book

What is this training about?

Participants will realize the powerful impact the ELPS Flip Book can have on the academic achievement of their English learners (ELs). In this practical training, participants will use their own students’ TELPAS data along with the ELPS Flip Book to identify their students’ language domains, learn how to use the linguistic accommodations charts, and practice many research-based activities. Participants will create working lesson plans tailored specifically for their classes. This training is a user-friendly guide to academic language instruction for all teachers.

What trainings are available with this resource?

Besides our popular ‘Making the Most of the ELPS Flip Book’, we offer the ‘ELPS Administrator Overview’:

Administrators will leave this training well-equipped to provide high-quality instructional leadership for their staff and their English learners (ELs). This overview is a follow up to the ELPS academies, and it gives administrators working knowledge of how to write language objectives, provide linguistic accommodations, and set up language practice opportunities for ELs. Using the ELPS Flip Book, interactive strategies, and structured conversations, administrators can refine their understanding of the ELPS in order to fully support the achievement of their ELs.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Meeting the Challenges of Long Term ELLs

What is this training about?
This session provides a comprehensive framework to meet the unique challenges of long-term English language learners. This session helps teachers, administrators, and central office personnel make informed decisions to increase the success of English learners while in school and beyond. As part of a system-wide framework, the following topics are addressed: assessment of Long Term ELLs, best practices for Long Term ELLs, and meeting the affective needs of Long Term ELLs.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Moving English Learners Forward on the ELA EOC

What is this training about?

This workshop outlines simple steps that will make both the essay writing and multiple choice portions of the EOC assessment less threatening. Participants will explore approaches for secondary ESL and ELA teachers to scaffold instruction and to boost students’ performance on both parts of the EOC. The workshop includes an opportunity to examine the required elements of the essays and learn how to help students incorporate these elements into their writing, as well as specific strategies for improving reading comprehension and responding to multiple choice items on the assessment. As a culminating activity, we will dissect two essays and analyze specific attributes that helped intermediate English learners earn the perfect score.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Motivating English Language Learners

What is this training about?
Are you ready to learn how to motivate your ELLs? Seidlitz Education will guide you through a unique approach to bringing ELLs beyond mere participation. Learn user-friendly strategies that help teachers at all grade levels connect with and inspire their English Learners. Participants will learn how to: build off student interests to fully engage them in academic content; capitalize on student and teacher creativity and innovation; facilitate enjoyable content writing for all ages; and incorporate physical movement for 100% participation.
What formats can this training be presented in?
  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

My Students are ALL Different

What is this training about?

A user-friendly approach for teaching ALL kids (K-12). This valuable and timely training provides educators with classroom proven strategies to differentiate instruction in ways that maximize student success. Students enter school with different linguistic abilities, varied levels of background knowledge, a large range of language abilities and disabilities, and an array of learning differences. In this interactive, practical training, all of these areas will be addressed.  Educators will discover ways to create student profiles, accommodate based on student characteristics, and incorporate highly effective academic and behavioral strategies. The Diverse Learner Flip Book will be the guide for this important training.to work at grade-level in content classes and the ESL classroom.

What formats can this training be presented in?
  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

Narratives & Norms: Teaching Students from Diverse Cultures

What is this training about?
Our cultural ‘lenses’ significantly impact our daily interaction with our students. Achievement of all students in our classrooms increases when we, as teachers, take into consideration not only students’ cultural narratives and norms, but ours as well. Cultural intelligence and cultural competence can be learned, practiced, and systemically implemented to better serve diverse students, their families, and their communities. The framework presented in this workshop utilizes research, best practices, and evidence-based teaching strategies to provide an innovative approach for designing and implementing culturally responsive instruction, while also emphasizing the importance of self-reflection to clearly define who we, the educators, are. In knowing how to draw from both our own backgrounds and theirs, we can more effectively serve students from ethnically, linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Navigating the ELPS

What is this training about?

The English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) clearly defines the content-area knowledge and academic language instruction that districts must provide for English learners. This training session addresses the requirements within the four sections of the ELPS, for teachers, administrators, and specialists. In addition, it offers a user-friendly process for meeting those requirements using a variety of hands-on, interactive strategies and activities. Participants receive a copy of the book, Navigating the ELPS, to use throughout the training and to take back to their districts.

What other versions of this training are available?

Along with this training and resource, we offer trainings and resources specific to all content areas: 

  • Navigating the ELPS in the Math Classroom
  • Navigating the ELPS in the Science Classroom
  • Navigating the ELPS in the English, Language Arts, and Reading Classroom
  • Navigating the ELPS in the Social Studies Classroom
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Optimizando y Enriqueciendo el Desarrollo de la Lectoescritura PK-2

What is this training about?

This session includes supplemental multicultural, ecological, and academic activities to optimize the fundamental PK-2 Spanish literacy components; oral development, phonemic awareness, phonetics, fluency, comprehension, academic vocabulary and writing skills. The session includes original stories, tongue twisters, rhymes, songs, and more to optimize La lectoescritura. Pedagogical resources for teachers, such as a bilingual academic dictionary by content areas, and Spanish rules and conventions are included.  

Optimizando la lectoescritura en el salón bilingüe y dual se desarrolló desde una perspectiva multicultural, diversa, ecológica y académica, pensando en el rol que los estudiantes bilingües y duales cumplen en el mundo de hoy. Las áreas que se enfatizan en esta sesión son el lenguaje oral y el vocabulario académico, la conciencia fonológica, el conocimiento de la letra impresa, la fonética, la fluidez, la comprensión y la expresión escrita. Además, este curso cuenta con una sección de recursos pedagógicos para el docente.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Pathways to Greatness for ELL Newcomers: A Comprehensive Guide for Schools and Teachers

What is this training about?
Newcomer ELLs face a complex and daunting set of challenges. How can educators appropriately provide support to this population? Based on research of the social, emotional, and academic needs of secondary immigrant students, this session will offer useful strategies and techniques for content-area teachers of newcomer ELLs. Additionally, campus and district leaders will gain practical advice about a systemic approach to meeting the needs of this ever-increasing population. This comprehensive training will highlight several components relevant to newcomer instruction including: cultural proficiency, second language acquisition strategies, scheduling/credits, and effective content-area instruction.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Rapid Literacy: ELL Strategies for Secondary Emergent Readers

What is this training about?
Do you serve English learners who struggle to decode text at grade level? Decoding is an essential skill, because it is the foundation in which all other reading is built upon. Come hear practical methods to help non-English readers accelerate their literacy in the target language. Secondary teachers deserve training in foundations of literacy that make sense for the secondary classroom. Learn strategies that are based on research and Carol Salva’s classroom experience.
The training will include:
•Hands-on techniques you can start using tomorrow
• Overview of balanced literacy and foundations of literacy development
• Practical methods that build decoding skills while supporting students at grade level
• Modeling of sheltered instruction practices that boost achievement of all learners
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

RTI for ELLs: Considerations for Success with Diverse Learners (K-6)

What is this training about?

Educators face many challenges when striving to adapt their Response to Intervention (RtI) program to meet the unique needs of English Language Learners (ELLs). Using The RtI for ELLs fold out chart, this training walks participants through the components of an RtI model specifically tailored for ELLs. In addition, participants will practice using accommodations, assessments, and strategies for ELLs, based on language proficiency levels and cultural backgrounds. This training also provides participants with hands-on activities that can be implemented immediately to support culturally and linguistically diverse students in K-6 classrooms.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Teaching Science to English Learners

What is this training about?
The language of science curriculum is complex, abstract, and can be quite a challenge to pronounce. Supporting all learners, especially English learners, as they internalize these terms is a complicated challenge for modern science teachers. Teaching Science to ELs highlights key strategies that are designed specifically for science and are targeted to support the four domains of language while making science content comprehensible for all learners.
 
Participants in this training will explore different types of questioning, options for designing and scaffolding open-ended questions, strategies for leading students (i.e., young scientists!) to formulate their own questions, and structures to facilitate productive discussions about their learning. Participants will receive and interact with a copy of the book, Teaching Science to ELs, which includes more than twenty activities designed to get kids reading, writing, speaking, and thinking as scientists.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Teaching Social Studies to ELLs

What is this training about?
Teaching Social Studies to ELLs is an in-depth approach to differentiation in the secondary social studies classroom. The session will feature specific examples of engaging accommodations for all language proficiency levels and strategies that maximize content mastery while students acquire academic language. Participants will receive a copy of Tina Beene’s book, Teaching Social Studies to ELLs which outlines her unique practical approach. Participants will learn how to:
  • support and engage all ELLs with social studies content
  • accelerate language acquisition in social studies classrooms
  • meet the unique needs of their ELLs in each component of a typical social studies lesson
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Texas Student Refugee Framework: A Collaborative Approach

What is this training about?

This training will allow participants to learn effective ways to help their refugee students while meeting the needs of their families. Support and resources will be given to instruct their students with best practices for meeting language and academic needs. Participants will also receive a copy of the manual, Texas Student Refugee Framework: A Collaborative Approach.

What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Using Tech to Boost Achievement of English Learners

What is this training about?
Are you looking for innovative ways to boost achievement and build language skills with technology? This training will provide teaching strategies that support authentic technology use for ELs (English learners) in their ESL and content area classes. Participants will go beyond just looking at apps that teach a second language; they will discover the five keys to using technology effectively with ELLs. Participants will learn to leverage tech tools and platforms to even the playing field for these students, give them a voice, and allow them to participate meaningfully at the highest cognitive levels. Attendees will:
  • experience hands-on, user-friendly techniques that engage and motivate language learners at all proficiency levels
  • discover powerful uses of open-source technology that lead to success for underserved students
  • gain an understanding of technology that is effective for culturally responsive teaching
  • explore ways to use technology to facilitate a student-centered approach to learning
  • learn how to use technology to promote authentic language use in academic settings
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Traditional face-to-face trainings
  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

 

Virtual Instructional Rounds

What is this training about?
Virtual Instructional Rounds offer campuses an opportunity to grow capacity through virtual classroom observations and synchronous collaboration. During VIRs participants view pre-recorded teaching footage and engage in guided discussion centered on effective practices.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Three-Hour online sessions
  • Full-Day online trainings

WIN Hours

What is this training about?
Teachers reserve one hour with a Seidlitz consultant to talk about their needs (WIN “What I Need”) and to ensure that their online lessons are sheltered instruction-ready, using the 7 Steps. These sessions can be a one-time event or ongoing with the same teacher/s.
What formats can this training be presented in?

 

  • Three-Hour online sessions (one hour per teacher)
  • Full-Day online trainings (one hour per teacher)

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Phone

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Email

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Address

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