In this Site Seminar, William Smith High School will demonstrate how we have created a culture of equity and engagement through the EL Core Practices of Designing Projects and Products, Creating a Community of Learning, and Cultivating a Positive Professional Culture.
Leadership Structures and Strategies
— | Capital City Charter School | Washington, D.C. | Site Seminar, Leadership Development
This site seminar will invite participants to pull back the curtain and learn about the leadership structures and strategies that ensure Capital City Public Charter School, an EL Mentor School, is able to meet the needs of its diverse student body and fulfill its mission.
Restorative Justice Practices: Building Classroom Practices for Greater Equity
— | Chicago, IL | EL Education Institute
In this institute, we will build on previous learning from the Management in the Active Classroom Institute, and then dive deeply into restorative justice practices to support all students in developing a sense of belonging and accountability.
Scaffolding for High-Quality Products
— | Detroit, MI | EL Education Institute
Scaffolding for High-Quality Products focuses on long-term planning, beyond the daily level, to support all students in achieving high-quality work. Participants use EL Education’s Attributes of High-Quality Work to examine and discuss student work.
Teaching Toward Equity
— | Denver, CO | EL Education Institute
Teaching Toward Equity will will build awareness of how our social identities impact our views of the world and how we show up as educators.
Deep and Flexible Thinking for All
— | Leaders High School | Brooklyn, NY | Site Seminar, Leadership Development
During this Site Seminar, we will examine (through classroom observations, student panels, meeting with teacher leaders, and staff-led workshops) how this goal, with a focus on equity, drove the work for high achievement across the Dimensions of Student Achievement for all students over the past few years.
Becoming a Truly Integrated School
— | Springfield Renaissance School | Springfield, MA | Site Seminar, Leadership Development
In this Site Seminar, participants and members of the Renaissance community engage together in an exploration of our guiding question: How do we create a truly integrated school: one that moves all students to academic achievement, ensures a sense of belonging for all students, teaches students to dismantle racism and fosters an appreciation of diversity in thought and in people?
EL Education Classrooms in Practice: High School (9-12)
— | Long Island City, NY | EL Education Institute
Engage as a “student” in a slice of a content- and literacy-rich learning expedition in order to experience the practices that characterize high-achieving, engaging classrooms throughout our network.