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Upcoming Webinars

These focused, one hour sessions on Episcopal school topics offer you:

  • Fingertip learning—education brought to you at your desktop
  • Cost-effective learning—avoid travel costs and time away
  • Real-time learning—current information and knowledge

Webinars are free to members and, unless otherwise noted, $75 per registration for non-members.

One registration equals one connection. So, register once and gather your leadership team around the computer screen and telephone. Or, each member of your leadership team can register and participate from home or the office.

Technical Requirements:
NAES virtual events are facilitated through Zoom. You will need the following:

  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth
  • [Optional] A webcam or HD webcam – built-in or USB plug-in

Zoom is also available for Android and iOS devices. You can learn more about technical requirements of this platform at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023-System-Requirements-for-PC-Mac-and-Linux

Next up!

Episcopal Identity 101 for Administrators and Faculty Leaders 2019

Thursday, September 26, 2019 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

What makes a school "Episcopal?" How can teachers, administrators and school leaders new to an Episcopal school better understand, articulate, and live out their school's Episcopal mission, culture, and program? This webinar will explore the distinguishing features of Episcopal schools with a specific focus on the roles of administrators and faculty leaders. 

New Heads Introduction to Episcopal Schools 2019

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

Are you a brand new school head or Early Childhood Education program director? Are you an experienced school head leading an Episcopal school for the first time? If so, this is the webinar for you! Join us to learn more about the key characteristics of Episcopal schools and the services and resources available from NAES that can support you in your leadership. 

Deep Dive — Grades, Report Cards, Skills, and Standards

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

Review key concepts for skills or standards-based report cards, grade calculations and report card GDSU (Generate, Store, Deliver, Upload) for K-12 Episcopal schools. We will review and discuss:

  • Why choose a skills-based report card
  • Exploring the possibilities of report card design
  • Checklists, comments and narratives
  • The “2 types of schools”
  • The administrator’s role vs. the teacher’s role in generating skills-based report cards
  • About the NINE skill grade calculation methods (Mean, Mode, Power Law, and more)
  • GDSU – Generate, Store, Deliver, Upload
  • Parent engagement and mobile access 

Presented in conjunction with Rediker, an NAES Corporate Subscriber.

Breaking Free of the World Religions Paradigm

Thursday, November 14, 2019 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

With the rise of religious intolerance, Episcopal schools are uniquely equipped to increase understanding of people of all religions or no religion, nurture empathy, and promote respectful discourse. In this webinar, participants will explore new approaches for teaching about multiple religious traditions and receive creative lesson ideas that engage the senses and foster understanding of religious identity.

This webinar is ideal for middle and upper school teachers of religion, world history teachers tasked with teaching about religion, and school chaplains. 

From Boomers to Millennials — Marketing and Fundraising for Today's Parents

Monday, February 10, 2020 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

As independent schools welcome the first waves of millennial parents into their multigenerational target audience, they find themselves in a marketing quandary. How do they continue to connect to the last wave of baby boomers while meeting the marketing and communications needs of the newest generation of independent school parents? Understand what motivates the enrollment and philanthropic decisions of baby boomers, Generation X, and millennials. Learn how to segment your approach to boost your appeal to all three generations of parents by creating a multi-layered marketing strategy.
Presented in conjunction with ISM, an NAES Corporate Subscriber.