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NAPDS Member Discount for KDP’s Educator Learning Network

Through a mutual agreement between NAPDS and Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), NAPDS Members have access to KDP’s Educator Learning Network at a discounted rate. These courses have been created by and are moderated by educational experts. Individuals can possibly earn 10 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per course towards licensure renewal if their state, district, or university allows it.

NAPDS has been assigned a unique discount code, which gives users the reduced price of
$59 per course (a $20 discount) and $14 per lesson (a $5 discount). The discount code is: NAPDS25

Please see the linked handout for more information.

NAPDS Member Discount for Information Age Publishing Inc (IAP)

NAPDS members receive a 30% discount on all books in the Research in Professional Development Schools Series, using the code NAPDS30.

#2021StrongerTogether NAPDS Virtual Conference Video Session Links

*The videos from the conference will be updated weekly.  Please check back if you don’t see the one you are looking for yet.

Sunday, March 28, 2021

5:00 – 7:00 PM

Welcome to the #NAPDS Stronger Together Conference and The Unveiling of the 9 Essentials (2nd edition)

Monday, March 29, 2021

11:00 – 11:45 AM

Exploring the Needs of Early Career Teachers in an Induction Program

The Chemistry of Collaborative Practice Between Mentor Teachers and Preservice Teachers

Supporting Middle Grade Learners of  Mathematics

When Social Justice Becomes a Core Component of a PDS, Whose Version of Social Justice Are We Enacting?

Thank You in Advance ~ Mental Health Training An Added Deliverable

A Virtual Reading Retreat as Innovative and Reflective Practice: How a School-University Partnership used a Virtual Reading Group to Continue PDS Work Amid COVID-19

Cohort Cohesion in Covid

Supporting Mentor Teachers In a Virtual Learning Environment
Perspectives of Cooperating Teachers regarding Effective Communication With and By University Field Instructors

Professional Development for All Stakeholders in the Time of COVID

Principles Behind the Practice

12:00 – 12:45 PM

A Virtual Reading Retreat as innovative and reflective practice: Discovering shared dreams and concerns
Coming together to create change: Partnering to examine antiracist teaching practices
Implementing Service Learning Projects in Unprecedented Times
Still Partnering through COVID: How an elementary education course typically taught on site adapted to the pandemic
Academy of Future Teachers Makes Pivot to Online Instruction
Redesigning Early Field Study Experiences to Include an E Learning Model
Not Even COVID-19 Can Stop Us: How a PDS Partnership Continues to Work Through the Pandemic
Challenges of Maintaining a PDC Model in a Pandemic
Students Making Their Dreams Come True in Educator Preparation Programs

2:15 – 3:00 PM

Bridging Scholarship, Service, and Teaching in a PDS Partnership
Developing Stronger Students Through Video Observation
Reflecting, Adjusting, and Renewing as PDS Partners A Response to Change
How does collaboration foster innovation in a PDS
Teacher Candidates as Antiracist Teacher Leaders and Citizens Within and Beyond the Classroom
Connecting Preservice and Inservice Teacher Learning Communities of Practice
Dismantling barriers to the demographic imperative: School-University partnership residencies illuminating and addressing hurdles experienced by global-majority teacher candidates
Together in Research Action Research to Support Improving Practice
The Magic of Arts Education Creatively Promoting SEL
Building Supervisory Capacity in Teacher Preparation A Guide to Clinically Based Practice
A Virtual Reading Retreat as Innovative and Reflective Practice: Social Justice Matters

3:15 – 4:00 PM

Collaborating to Create Common Beliefs for Instructional Practices
Course Design in Support of Secondary Certificate Teacher Candidate Pre-Internship Clinical Experiences
Partnerships that Promote the Professional Development of the Mentor Teacher
An Apple iPad a day, keeps the intern in play!
Cultivating learning during COVID
Implementing Tech Training in your PDS
Ensuring Engagement for All Students in a Virtual Setting and Beyond
Keynote Breakout: Trudy Arriaga Escorting Students through Open Doors
Partnerships that Promote the Professional Development of the Mentor Teacher
How does mentorship and scholarship relate to PDS work

4:15 – 5:00 PM

COVID Caused Shifts in Field Experiences
Learning to Live a Commitment to Anti-Racist Teaching
Making Good Choices: A Collaborative Support Structure for edTPA
How can we become an Affiliate of NAPDS
Stronger Together: How university supervisors and preservice teachers moved from social justice awareness to action in a clinical preparation program
Shutdown Silver Linings: Increased PDS Communication and Collaboration in a “You’re On Mute” World
Accelerating Teacher Effectiveness by Cultivating Teacher Leaders
Leveraging School-Based Teacher Educators’ Expertise to Design and Implement Sustainable Mentor Teacher Trainings: Results of the Statewide “Mentor Virginia” Project
The Teacher Leadership in Algebra Training Institute: Lessons Learned Pre- and Post-COVID
Continuing PDS Collaborations within a Pandemic: Pre-service Science Teachers’ reflections on Non-Traditional Instructional (NTI) lessons within a Title 1 Urban Elementary PDS

6:30 – 8:00 PM

Special Keynote Session – Antiracism: Embracing Disruption Toward a Conscious Shift