AWSA Webinars

The AWSA webinars page is where you can find both upcoming and recorded webinars available to the public. To find webinars that are part of AWSA's professional development academies please visit the AWSA Professional Learning Calendar or our Upcoming Events page. 

Do you have a question about one or more of the webinars you see below? Contact AWSA at 608-241-0300 or at [email protected] 


Leveraging Legitimate EE Flexibilities to Grow More Impact on Teaching and Learning Confirmation

Date: 1 pm Tuesday, April 23, 2019

In this webinar, we will discuss current themes of EE implementation that we are learning from the field, discuss legitimate flexibilities at your disposal to increase local EE impact, and highlight fruitful practices by a number of our school- and district-level colleagues in EE that can be examples for you to consider as well.  We are also pleased to share that both Katie Rainey of DPI and Cathy Clarksen of CESA 6 will be our webinar guests, so you can trust that you are hearing answers to your questions from the people in charge of leading these efforts for our state. 

You will be able to access the webinar by registering at this link:  https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kNk9ibTQQROK4Ky8lTmVpg

We hope that you will be able to join us live for the webinar. But if you are not available to do so or might need to step away at some point, please know that we will be recording and posting the webinar on this webpage within 24 hours of the event.

Finally, if you have not yet reviewed the EE article and participated in our related two-minute survey, please do soon, as we will be sharing EE survey themes from our members as a key part of this webinar, too. 


Future Ready Framework for Principals: Engaging Stakeholders

Date: 1 pm Thursday, March 21, 2019


This is part of our webinar
 series on Future Ready Framework for Principals
. As schools seek to become future ready, it is necessary to identify and cultivate leadership at all levels and across multiple roles. FRS principals invest in distributed leadership instead of autocratic structures, providing hybrid roles and developing teacher and student leaders. They coach, model, and lead processes that directly address how to personalize instruction for digital-age students and teachers to own collaboratively. This series of offerings provide examples of how Wisconsin principals are finding ways to lead Future Ready Schools that reflect the elements of the Future Ready Framework for Principals.

The webinar presenters will share how their school and district have embraced the FRAMEWORK to leverage improvement and innovation.


Crisis Communications and Communications Support Webinar

Date: 1 pm Tuesday, November 20, 2018


If you have a crisis or a communications-related question, Joe Donovan, the Donovan Group’s president can be reached at 414-409-7225 ext. 2, or via email at [email protected].


 

AWSA Webinar on Licensing Updates 

Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018

Above you will find our webinar on the significant changes to educator licensure included in the State Budget. Presentation slides can be found here.  In addition, here is a link to the DPI's blog that includes frequently asked questions on these changes.

If you have a question that is not addressed in this information you can submit a question to the Department using this link.


 

AWSA Webinar on the Early College Credit Program

Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2018


Above you will find our webinar
 on the changes to the Early College Credit Program. If you have any questions about this webinar or about this topic please contact Tahira Chaudary at [email protected] or (608) 267-3161.

Also available is this link to the PI 8700 form school districts can use as a template and the comparison chart


AWSA Webinar on Licensing Updates 

Date: Thursday, October 26, 2017

 

Above you will find our webinar on the significant changes to educator licensure included in the State Budget. Presentation slides can be found here. In addition, here is a link to the DPI's blog that includes frequently asked questions on these changes.

If you have a question that is not addressed in this information you can submit a question to the Department using this link.