NCEA Webinars

NCEA webinars cover trending and need-to-know topics relevant to your career in Catholic education.  All participants will receive the recorded webinar and presentation files for reference and inclusion among other professional learning resources.   For inquiries regarding webinars, contact Andrea Kopp, Assistant Director of Professional Development at akopp@ncea.org.

Upcoming Webinars

STEM Webinar Series - Part 2 of a 3-Part Series

December 5, 2017
4pm or 7pm EST

STEM provides a wonderful opportunity to organize and integrate a significant part of the curriculum. The multi-year and cross-disciplinary nature of STEM makes it ideal for spiraling the curriculum from grade to grade, increasing depth and understanding along the way.

On the other hand, without thoroughly understanding what STEM is, there is a significant danger of “softening” the science and math component of the curriculum and producing a hodgepodge of experiences lacking clear intellectual grounding and cognitive direction.
In this FREE three-part webinar series attendees will learn:

  • What STEM is and What it Isn’t
  • Cognitive spiraling and levels of instruction in a STEM educational model
  • Best-practices to building the STEM Curriculum
  • How to assess the STEM curriculum
  • Using STEM as a community endeavor
  • Using STEM as a basis for lifelong learning

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Pose Planned, Intentional Questions to Get Students Talking Mathematically

December 12, 2017
4pm EST & On-Demand

Participants will examine the power of rich discourse in deepening students' understanding of math.  Attendees will explore ways to use purposeful questions to jump-start rich student discourse and increase collaboration.  They will learn how conversation starters, meaningful questions, and the four operations can be used to gain insight into teaching and learning.  Participants will receive a "Why Use Discourse in the Math Classroom?" downloadable resource to support implementation of productive math discourse.

Presented in Partnership with:  

Register for the Sadlier Math Webinar Series

Focused Marketing to Grow Enrollment

January 9, 2017
1pm EST

In this innovative approach to marketing planning and execution, we address the constraints experienced by school leaders and admissions directors.  Specifically, the management of multiple critical responsibilities and the resulting prioritization and focus challenges.

In this highly interactive session, we hyper-focus on key aspects of marketing planning. Participants will be guided through the planning process, resulting in a scalable marketing plan that can be immediately implemented to drive your enrollment growth efforts throughout the year.

While this session will be beneficial to many admissions leadership roles, in this edition, we will focus strictly on strategy for elementary and early learning organizations.

Live attendees will have a chance to win a $500 grant for their school!

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Introduction to Singing and Conducting Gregorian Chant

January 10, 2018
4pm EST

Designed for teachers who are new to conducting chant (and even to singing it), this seminar will cover the basics of reading neumatic (square-note) notation, as well as give an introduction to understanding the rhythm and phrasing of the chant according to the classical Solesmes method. Building on these basics, conductors will progress through a series of basic gestures and exercises, culminating in the conducting of a Kyrie by the end of the session. Handouts will be given with additional exercises and resources for developing skills further, and teaching tips for helping young singers understand conducting gestures and sing expressively will be addressed.  

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Welcome to the Modern Learning Revolution

January 18, 2018
4pm EST

In this session we will explore the trends and changes in the world that led to the Modern Learning Revolution; the trend in education mandates educators to prepare students for success in the future, global, and technical world. We will also provide an overview of the topics in the series as well review the new NCEA Thesis  Link – the host for all modern learning resources including links to info on this webinar series  AND access to cooperative pricing on tools, manipulatives, and more! 
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P3: Powered by STREAM

January 11, 2018
4pm EST & On-Demand

Integrating STREAM and real-world problem solving into your mathematics instruction does not have to be as challenging as you think.  Enrich student learning in three easy steps focusing on the importance of precision and perseverance in understanding real-life applications of mathematics.  Participants will receive a downloadable resource to support integrating STREAM and real-world problem solving into their math instruction.

Presented in Partnership with:  

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Missionary Discipleship Webinar Series: The Value and Quality of All Life

January 25, 2017
4pm EST

Explore the call of the catechist to be a Missionary Disciple. For the seasons of Advent, Lent and Easter, NCCL, NFCYM, NCEA and CRS will accompany catechists in unpacking Catholic Social Teaching and its direct link to the Baptismal call of missionary discipleship. Each session will be offered prior to the liturgical season listed to equip participants with tools and resources for the upcoming weeks to be used for personal and communal reflection. 
This session will have a focus on Rights and Responsibilities, Preferential Option for the Poor and Vulnerable and Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers.

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The Power of Simple Video

January 30, 2018
4pm & 7pm EST

How do you make student work much more interesting, both for them and for you? We'll look at this in the context of simple video projects, including time to practice with Adobe Spark Video, which is perhaps the most user-friendly of all online video editing tools. If you've wanted your students to take their work to another level and think video might be the right tool to make it happen, then this session is for you! This session is geared toward classroom teachers. Participants will learn how to create simple videos for teaching and for a variety of student projects, as well as discover opportunities to have students participate in free service and academic video contests.

Presented by Rushton Hurley

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Archived webinars  are available on the NCEA YouTube Channel.

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