Continue your professional study in 2021–22!

Online Professional Learning Series

Join educators from across the country in the study of current topics with nationally acclaimed speakers. View live webinars for FREE or subscribe for on-demand access to all recorded content through April 1, 2022.

Live Series Presenters

Brandon Fleming

Undoing Miseducation: The Brandon Fleming Story
Brandon Fleming

Pooja Agarwal

Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning
Pooja Agarwal

Jennifer Gonzalez

Four Laws of Learning (And How to Obey Them in Your Lessons)
Jennifer Gonzalez

Doug Reeves

Equity and Excellence Right Now: The 90 90 90 Solution
Doug Reeves
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The national health crisis has continued to prompt the Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty to reconfigure its traditionally face-to-face learning programming as distance events that provide participants with practical, research-based information centered on revealing the potential of under-resourced (and ALL!) learners.

2021–2022
Online
Professional Learning Series

Subscribe now to access live webinars broadcast via Zoom registration and more than 50 hours of on-demand content—all delivered by nationally recognized researchers and award-winning practitioners.

2020–21 Subscription

$ 30 Only $20 with Partner District Discount Code*
  • Nationally-recognized speakers
  • Live access plus limited delayed viewing
  • 50+ hours of bonus content from previous virtual events
  • Certificates for Professional development hours
Professional Learning for Educators

Online Series for Remote Learning

Subscribe now for access to the entire 2021–22 Virtual Study Series

Live Webinars & On-Demand Library

Four live webinars plus access to more than 50 hours of additional content, all delivered by national research leaders and proven practitioners.

Professional Development

Earn professional development credit for each webinar and each library video. Downloadable certificates available upon completion.

Bonus: Extended Access to Previous Keynote and Breakout Presenters

Tiffany Anderson

Transforming Schools for Excellence: Serving the Whole Child
Tiffany Anderson

Jeremy Anderson

Diamond in the Rough
Jeremy Anderson

Jessica Baggett

Right Frame for Learning
Jessica Baggett

Patricia Boatwright

Wakelet and Jamboard for Teachers
Patricia Boatwright

Kathleen Budge

Turning High-Poverty Schools into High-Performing Schools
Kathleen Budge

Latoya Dixon

From At-Risk to At-Promise: Equity for All
Dr. Latoya Dixon

Don Doggett

Promoting Academic Achievement Through Collaboration: Leadership Matters
Don D'oggetto

Myron Dueck

Hope, Grace and Relationships – Making Grading and Assessment Decisions that Mirror Our Core Beliefs
Myron Dueck

Kimberly Entzminger

Applying Research to Practice: Instructional Strategies That Actually Work for All Children
Kim Entzminger

Katie Garner

Leveraging Social-Emotional Intelligence to Fast-Track Phonics Skills for Beginning and Struggling Readers: How to Use Brain Science as a Road Map to Accelerate Learning
Katie Garner

Horace R. Hall

R.E.A.L. Youth Voices, Lives and Experiences: Moving from the Margins to the Center of Society
Horace Hall

Cheryl Hiers

You Matter: Connecting the Dots through Culturally Responsive Learning
Cheryl Hiers

James L. Hiers Jr.

You Matter: Connecting the Dots through Culturally Responsive Learning
James L. Hiers Jr.

John Hodge

Leading Schools through Turbulent Times: Keys to Success
Dr. John Hodge

H.E. “Doc” Holliday

Get Off the Sidelines and Back into the Game
Doc Holliday

Eric Jensen

Rapid Catch-Up Tools for Struggling Students: Learn the 7 Secrets of Building Cognitive Capacity in ALL Students
Eric Jensen

Baruti Kafele

Just One Educator Can Completely Alter the Trajectory of a Child
Principal Kafele

Sucheta Kamath

Paving the Path to Equitable Outcomes: Strengthening Executive Function to Empower ALL Students
Sucheta Kamath

Craig Q. King

Creating a Learning Environment based on Equal Access and Equity
Craig King

Mike Kuczala

The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement
Mike Kuczala

Todd Nesloney

When Kids Lead
Todd Nesloney

Deborah O'Brien

Academic Banking: An Asset Based Approach to Student Evaluation
Deborah O'Brien

Malissa Ocean

Let’s Make Virtual Go Viral!
Malissa Ocean

William Parrett

Turning High-Poverty Schools into High-Performing Schools
William H Parrett

Richard Pringle

My Red Suit
Richard Pringle

Horacio Sanchez

Poverty’s Impact on the Brain
Horacio Sanchez

Ann Marie Taylor

Restoring Relationships and Building Better Humans
Dr. Ann Marie Taylor

Carol Ann Tomlinson

Dreaming Big Enough Dreams for the Needs of our Students
Carol Ann Tomlinson

Michael Waiksnis

From At-Risk to At-Promise: Equity for All
Michael Waiksnis

Marilyn Ware

Let’s Make Virtual Go Viral!
Marilyn Ware

About the Center of Excellence

Resources Matter!

Absent financial resources matter, as do missing social-emotional, cognitive, and physical resources. 

The Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty defines poverty as the absence of ANY resource that creates barriers to school and life success.

The Center’s mission is to provide high quality professional study that equips educators and stakeholders with strategies for removing every barrier in order to reveal the potential of under-resourced (and ALL!) learners.

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