• March 22 - April 2, 2021

    Every day for 10 days, we will feature a relevant topic with a curated list of resources. We’ll also be featuring books/resources that we can send you at your campus!  Resources below are STILL AVAILABLE after April 2 - just fill out the form below!

Day 1
  • Articles:


    Quick Reference Guide:

    Creating a Trauma Sensitive Classroom: Learn 12 practical strategies to help students thrive in the classroom.  This guide provides tools to ensure students are healthy, safe, supported, and engaged in school.  Interested in this resource?  We'll send it to you at your campus.  Click HERE to request one (yours to keep).


Day 2
Day 3
  • Articles:

    Books:  Click HERE to request one or both of these books (yours to keep).  We’ll send them to you at your campus.

    • Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity: The Keys to Successful Equity Implementation (Krownapple/Cobb) - Learn how inclusion, belonging, and dignity can be keys to successfully bringing equity to schools.  
    • Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain (Hammond) - All students can learn at high levels; Learn instructional techniques that apply brain based science to learning.

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Day 4
  • Quick Reference Guides:

    • Motivating and Managing Student Behavior with Dignity:  “This guide provides the structure and strategies to more effectively interact with students who misbehave so that teachers can establish a classroom in which mutual respect is the norm.
    • Fostering Student Voice: “When students have a voice, they are motivated to learn, exhibit greater self-worth, are meaningfully engaged in learning, and have a greater a sense of purpose. This handy guide...describes a four-step process for fostering student voice.”

              Want one or both? Click HERE to request a copy sent to your campus (yours to keep).




Day 5
  • ron

    New!  Join us for a new type of summer learning - Learning Live!  Get inspired and learn from peers!

    Featuring Keynote: Ron Clark 

    “If you bring enough positivity to an area, the negativity has no choice but to leave.” - Ron Clark

    • When: June 1-3, 2021
    • Where: Webex (Learn from home!)
    • Flexible learning: Build your own schedule; earn Trade Credit
    • Attend sessions led by LISD teachers; Topics include effective instructional practices, tech tools to engage and connect, social emotional learning, and more!

    Register HERE in Eduphoria.  More information will be sent out closer to the event.

    We are still looking for LISD teachers to present at LEARNING LIVE! Share your talents & grow w/others. Proposals due by April 9. Submit at bit.ly/LLpresenter

    Want some inspiration now? Watch Ron Clark talk about “Igniting the Classroom” in this January 2021 video interview.  Click HERE to view.

Day 6
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Day 8
  • Quick Reference Guides:

    • Questioning Strategies to Activate Student Thinking: “The guide’s many tips and examples will help teachers develop questioning practices that motivate students and activate their thinking.”
    • Understanding Differentiated Instruction (Carol Ann Tomlinson): “This guide provides an overview of differentiated instruction and how to meet the needs of students, who vary in their levels of readiness, personal interests, and preferred approaches to learning.”

           Want one or both?  Click HERE to request a copy sent to your campus (yours to keep).



    Book:  Visible Learning for Teachers: Maximizing Impact on Learning (John Hattie): Hattie offers summaries of the most successful research-based classroom practices.  The book includes both teacher and student perspectives and details practical application of best practice strategies in the classroom.  Click HERE to request a copy. We’ll send you one you can keep.


Day 9
Day 10
  • Twitter Accounts To Follow:

    • @ASCD for articles and books on current and new topics in education
    • @edutopia for thoughtful quotes, videos, and articles on updated educational best practices
    • @ELmagazine for quick read articles that discuss learning, teaching, and leading

    Articles to Read:

    Podcast to Listen To: Kasey Bell Podcast - Learn from a digital tools thought leader

    Books to Read and Utilize:

    • SRI Resource and Protocol Book: Full of structured conversations to help you accomplish your goals.  Valuable resource for PLC work and learning.
    • The Power of A Positive Team: Jon Gordon shares "proven principles and practices that build great teams."

    Want one or both of these books?  Click HERE to request a copy sent to your campus.