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We will be streaming LIVE from the event and want to share the action with anyone who isn't attending in person. This is why we're inviting you to join our live Facebook stream July 10th - 13th!
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ESGI is showing our gratitude during teacher appreciation week by making teacher relaxation a priority! We are doing 5 days of giveaways, starting May 8th, to thank all of our hard-working teachers by helping them get some new gear in time for summer break! Join the celebration by helping us make ESGI better for you and your colleagues.
Join us Wednesday, April 26 at 7:30 (EDT) for a free webinar with early-childhood expert, Kim Adsit!
Kim will share how she teaches words—sight words, vocabulary, word families--through strategy mini lessons. She will share how she organizes and implements the mini lessons.
Then she will share mini lessons that will teach word strategies that your kids can use as they become fluent readers. Your kids will become strategic readers as they learn how to attack words with confidence!
Join us Wednesday, March 29 at 7:30 (EST) for a free webinar with early-childhood expert, Palma Lindsay!
Discover tricks and tips to get kids excited about writing. You'll learn how to make writing so simple even your struggling writers can be successful! Also included are tools to assess each child's writing skills. Palma will show you how to make writing so much fun that your students will beg to write!
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Join us Wednesday, February 22 at 7:30 (EST) for a free webinar with Kindergarten expert, Katie Mense!
Having trouble keeping your students busy and engaged during center time? Does your classroom get a little rowdy and chaotic with early finishers who don't have anything to do? This session will give you lots of ideas, tips and resources to keep your kids actively engaged for the entire time! Katie shows you how to make these activities meaningful and manage them so the students are not choosing the same activity everyday.