Webinars

Please check back often to see our list of webinars available to the public!

Enriched Engagement Through Technology

This is a webinar featuring educators from around New Mexico and the innovated technology to increase engagement during remote learning.

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Ecot Moy Data Collection

A webinar with tips, tricks, and question, and answer about MOY ECOT data collection in remote learning.

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Family Engagement in a Remote World (March 31, 2021)

A webinar with tips and tricks from New Mexico preschool educators on how to conduct Family Engagement events remotely.

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FAMILY ENGAGEMENT IN A REMOTE WORLD (April 7, 2021)

A webinar with tips and tricks from New Mexico preschool educators on how to conduct Family Engagement events remotely.

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  • Farm Family Social Flyer - Coming soon!

Kindergarten transitions (April 20, 2021)

A webinar featuring New Mexico preschool administrators and coordinators on how to hold remote Kindergarten Transition events.

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cast udL guidelines webinar series

Ongoing until September 30, 2021.

Access the CAST UDL Guidelines Webinar Series on pages 1–2 of the flyer.

CAST also invites you to engage with the additional resources available in this link as well!

By now you have been introduced to the foundational concepts of UDL:

  • All learners are variable.
  • The barriers are in the curriculum, not the learner.
  • All learners can practice expert learning.

This series will take you one giant step further. The UDL Guidelines help us to understand the sources of variability for learners, where curriculum can cause a barrier and the components of any learning experience that educators should pay attention to as they design learning. Throughout the series, we will share our experiences working with teams to implement the UDL Guidelines by telling stories, reflecting on artifacts from classrooms, and providing resources for you to take and use. CAST Implementation Specialist, Niel Albero, will facilitate your professional learning experience making connections along the way.

The series covers the following in ten parts, and you are welcome to view as many as you choose. 

  1. Introduction
  2. Recruiting Interest
  3. Sustaining Effort and Persistence
  4. Self-Regulation
  5. Perception
  6. Language and Symbols
  7. Comprehension
  8. Physical Action
  9. Expression and Communication
  10. Executive Functions