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WEBINARS@LESLEY: Teachers as School Leaders – How to Have an Impact Beyond Your Classroom

Monday, March 26, 2012 | 7:00 pm EST

Lesley’s National Center for Teachers, Counselors and School Leaders presents a webinar featuring Albert Einstein Fellow Sarah Reeves Young GSOE ’05, who is the author of Gourmet Lab: The Scientific Principles Behind Your Favorite Foods, and an eighth grade science teacher.

About 2 years, 1 month ago. Lesley University 1 Comment

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Critical Issues in the Assessment of English Language Learners

Presenters Dr. Maria de Lourdes Serpa and Dr. Solange Lira will share the most effective strategies to evaluate students who are learning English.

Don’t miss this opportunity to interact with the experts and gain access to current resources and materials.

The recorded version of this webinar can be found here.

Upcoming workshop – Advice for Teachers Who Want to Become Leaders in their Schools – Monday, 3/26, 7 p.m. ET

About 2 years, 2 months ago. Lesley University 2 Comments

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WEBINARS@LESLEY: Financing a College Education

Learn about financial aid options for undergraduate and graduate programs during this informative webinar with Lesley’s President Joe Moore and Director of Financial Aid Scott Jewell.

Lesley University has long been committed to providing a range of financial aid options for our students and prospective students, and making sure that families have a clear understanding about each of these options.

About 2 years, 4 months ago. Lesley University Leave a comment

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WEBINARS@LESLEY: Grant Writing 101 – Part 1

DOWNLOAD SLIDES FROM THE PART 1 WEBINAR HERE

DOWNLOAD SLIDES FROM THE PART 2 WEBINAR HERE

Please note that you will need the latest version of Adobe Flash in order to view the webinar. It can be downloaded by clicking here.

If you have follow-up questions from the Webinar, please submit them below and Marianne will be happy to answer!

About 2 years, 9 months ago. Lesley University 8 Comments

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WEBINARS@LESLEY: Grant Writing 101

Escape from the summer heat and get started on preparing for fall projects with our two-hour course on grant writing with Lesley’s own Senior Grants Writer, Marianne Galvin.

In two one-hour sessions, webinar participants will learn the skills needed for writing successful grant proposals. The webinar will focus on the development of project goals, methods, timetables, evaluations, and budgets. Research of potential funders will also be explored through internet databases and through library resources.

Marianne Galvin, Ph.D., has over 25 years of experience as a development officer and professional grant writer. She has raised funds for a wide variety of non-profit institutions, including the New England Deaconess Hospital, Social Justice for Women, Children’s Museum of Boston, USS Constitution Museum, Somerville Historical Preservation Commission, Boston Adult Literacy Fund, and Lesley University.

DOWNLOAD SLIDES FROM THE PART 1 WEBINAR HERE

DOWNLOAD SLIDES FROM THE PART 2 WEBINAR HERE

Please note that you will need the latest version of Adobe Flash in order to view the webinar. It can be downloaded by clicking here.

If you have follow-up questions from the Webinar, please submit them below and Marianne will be happy to answer!

About 2 years, 10 months ago. Lesley University 37 Comments

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WEBINARS@LESLEY: Photoshop 101

Lesley’s popular free webinar series returns with “Photoshop 101” taught by The Art Institute of Boston graduate and Illustration faculty member Keith MacLelland. Learn the basics of Photoshop in only one hour! Find out how to create and edit beautiful photos and design documents with this powerful software and enhance your pictures, personal projects or class work. We’ll provide you with a trial version of the software to use as you participate in Keith’s class, and show you some of the more cost-effective ways to use this software and the tools that support it.

About 3 years, 1 month ago. Lesley University 4 Comments

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iPads for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The perfect audience for iPads is children with an autism  spectrum disorder. Using this coolest of digital tools, young students and adults communicate, learn, talk, express and interact as never  before. In this webinar, Brenda Matthis demonstrates the apps she and her colleagues are testing to find which are successful for daily living and learning.

About 3 years, 4 months ago. admin 3 Comments

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Lesley Launches New Webinar Series

Welcome to Teaching Math Made Easy: New Methods for Teaching the Basics – a webinar featuring Lesley University’s Director of Math Programs Dr. Anne Collins

Dr. Collins presents on making hard-to-teach rational number concepts accessible to all students with an in-depth look at new methods to provide a visual approach to working with fractions as ratios on the cartesian coordinate plane. Viewers will learn new approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using a graphing representation.

About 3 years, 4 months ago. admin 2 Comments