Join us for our upcoming webinar, the 2nd in the "I've Got Five On It" series, featuring José Luis Vilson on May 17th at 3 PM ET. This webinar series, presented by Open Up Resources, aims to provide educators with valuable insights and takeaways from experts in the field of education.
Each month, the series alternates its focus between key aspects of the Science of Reading and research-based teaching practices in math.
José Luis Vilson is a renowned educator, writer, speaker, and activist based in New York City. He has spoken about education, math, and race for various organizations and publications, including the New York Times, The Guardian, TED, El Diario/La Prensa, and The Atlantic. José is the author of "This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education," a book that has been highly acclaimed for its critical examination of the education system and its impact on marginalized communities.
In this upcoming webinar, José will be guiding attendees through the process of rethinking the purpose of education. He will delve deeper into the importance of having a clear understanding of this purpose and share his insights on why having a purpose matters when it comes to learning. Attendees will learn how having a clear purpose can impact student engagement and success in the classroom.
This webinar is free to attend, and we encourage you to share this invitation with your colleagues who might be interested in attending. José's talk will include live Q&A, and the webinar will be recorded and shared after the event. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from a renowned education writer and researcher!
Register now to secure your spot and gain valuable insights from this highly respected educator.
About the “I’ve Got Five On It” Series
Access to high-quality professional development aligned with best practices in education is crucial for teachers, and Open Up Resources' "I've Got Five On It" webinar series is an exceptional resource.
This valuable series features thought leaders in ELA and Math, alternating between focusing on the Science of Reading and research-based math teaching practices, while offering a comprehensive approach to professional development that can benefit teachers across all subject areas.
The series is completely free, on-demand, and accessible to all educators, making it an excellent option for those in under-resourced schools or districts. By sharing best practices and evidence-based strategies, the series aims to cultivate equitable classrooms that support student learning and success.