Webinars

We are working alongside our colleagues in the GVSU College of Education and across the state to offer webinars to assist educators as they continue to move teaching and learning forward while away from their classrooms. While some webinars may be suited for specific teachers, administrators, or support staff, all webinars are free to all educators. New webinars will be added as they become available. At the bottom of the page you will also find links to recordings for previously held webinars.

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Upcoming Single-Session Webinars

You can now see webinars by viewing opportunities in the Webinar Schedule module. This new feature allows you to search for specific webinars, review the schedule in a list view or calendar view, and add webinars directly into your calendar. Before diving into our webinar schedule, we recommend you watch our brief Webinar Schedule walk-through video so you can learn how to navigate it best.

Single-Session Webinar Schedule

There are no upcoming Single-Session Webinar Schedule at this time

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Upcoming Multi-Session Webinars

Some of the webinars we offer are part of a small series, where participants are asked to attend 2-3 sessions to get all the information. Below are the webinar series that are coming up soon. To learn more about a series and register, click on its drop-down menu. You only need to register once to be added to the series attendee list.

Multi-Session Webinars

Foundations in Anti-Racist Education

Description: Racism is given room to thrive due to a lack of understanding and knowledge about how to interrupt historical inequity and impact change.  This two-part* webinar will create a foundation for anti-racism efforts by examining key concepts, including Anti-Blackness and White Supremacy, among others. It will provide opportunities for participants to identify personal behaviors and concrete actions that motivate systemic change.

Webinar Schedule:

April 12, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST and April 26, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST

*Registrants are expected to attend both webinar sessions (4/12 and 4/26).

Audience: Administrators, teachers, school staff, educational advocates

Facilitator Information: 

Dr. Marlene Kowalski-Braun is a purposeful, passionate, outcome driven leader who strives to create opportunities for shared visioning and collaboration in order to maximize collective impact.  Marlene enjoys designing and facilitating learning and development – recognizing herself as a lifelong learner.  In her role as Associate Vice President for Inclusion and Student Support, Marlene has committed her career in higher education to creating the conditions for inclusion and equity to thrive.  She is equally committed to this work as a member with the Inclusion and Equity Institute team at GVSU where she works alongside people and organizations on their DEI journey.

Dr. Brandy Lovelady-Mitchell is a well-respected regional leader who has presented nationally on topics such as project-based learning, adaptive schools, diversifying the educational workforce, creating equitable and inclusive learning environments, and social-emotional wellness. She has increased opportunities for high schoolers to earn college credit and to find scholarships. Dr. Brandy has coached and empowered educational executives, school board members, educators, and other stakeholders. Dr. Brandy is the founding Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Kent ISD. 

SCECH Note: Up to 3 SCECHs can be earned for this two-part webinar, 1.5 for  each session you participate in. Details about earning SCECHs will be available in your registration confirmation email. 

Contact: Please contact Jayme Lesperance (lesperja@gvsu.edu) if you have any questions about this webinar.

Register for Foundations in Anti-Racist Education