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edTrends | Teaching with a Growth Mindset

4-5 PM 


Event Info

Please join the New York State Master Teachers as they discuss how they design and deliver best practices, virtually and in person, that promote a growth mindset in children. In this episode of edTrends, participants will also learn about the various growth mindsets and their benefits.

April 21, 2021 4-5 PM EST Via Zoom (Free!)

Lisa Fort, QueensBury
Jeff Gargano, Ballston Spa
Rana Hughes, Saratoga Springs
Melissa Kempton, UnionDale Union Free School District
Jamie Sesselman, Warrensburg
Sara Verga, Burnt-Hills Ballston Lake




Academy for the Advancement of Teaching Assistants 

Applications for this fully-funded program have been extended to April 23, 2021.

More Information:

Event Info

The AATA Program is a three-semester program that will begin June 2021 and conclude in May 2022. All courses and seminars will be virtual.



edTrends | Equitable Grading: Standards-Based with A Growth Mindset

Tuesdays 4-5:30 PM (EST)


Event Info

Join us on edTrends for a yearlong conversation on “Equitable Grading: Standards-Based with A Growth Mindset.”

Tuesdays, 4-5:30 PM EST

April 27, 2021- April 26, 2021



edTrends | Comprehensive Literacy Instruction: An Expansion of the Science of Reading 

4-5 PM 


Event Info

In this session we will focus on the word reading aspect of the reading process as this is an important focus of the Science of Reading (SOR) perspective and has gained prominence in the last few years.

April 28, 2021 4-5 PM EST Via Zoom (Free!)


Dr. Kim Anderson, Associate Professor East Coast University, College of Education 

Kathy Champeau, Former Instructor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Former President, Wisconsin State Reading Association 

Dr. Erica Barnes, Associate Professor, University at Albany, School of Education 

Dr. Donna Scanlon, Professor Emeritus, University at Albany, School of Education 



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