Overview We know how important it is for educators to work collaboratively, especially when it comes to focusing on their Multilingual Learner (MLL), or English Language Learner (ELL) population. Here at ANet we’re also learning and thinking...More
Overview The institutional racism present in schools is both structural— including school and district policies, procedures, and practices —and relational— including adult and student mindsets, beliefs, and attitudes. Often, we...More
Overview In partnership with Understood, this virtual learning module (the first in a series to be released in 20-21), provides a primer on how to approach the way we support students with Learning and Thinking Differences (LTD),...More
Overview In partnership with Understood, this virtual learning module (the second in a series of two), explores cognitive load. Cognitive load is a concept that helps us understand how our brains process new learning and information. Through this...More
Overview This short simulation is designed to provide a quick and impactful demonstration of the challenges students with dyslexia face daily in the classroom. Recommended time: 5 minutes Not an ANet partner? Learn more about working with ANet!More
Overview This virtual learning module brings together strong videos and artifacts from other partner schools to show you how to facilitate impactful reflection meetings. We recommend this module for schools who are working to strengthen their...More
Overview This virtual learning module is designed to prepare you for A1 and A2 data meetings. For teachers, you’ll review the purpose of ANet assessments, and the purpose of the data meeting. You then get a tutorial on myANet and pull out some...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll get a high-level overview of the EE domain before exploring the EE standards for your grade in depth. Interactive activities will give you a chance to “do the math” alongside the...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll get a holistic view of the RP progression across grades, then build your knowledge of the standards within your own grade level. Most importantly, you’ll learn about RP by working through...More

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