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  1. Leader Talk: Creating Your Learning Strategy (Training Industry)

    March 30, 2023, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    Creating a learning strategy can set training organizations up for success. A successful learning strategy not only aligns business goals with training, but also acts like a trusty roadmap that helps learning leaders confidently make data-driven decisions to close skill gaps and anticipate future business needs. Whether you are just getting started, or are fine tuning your strategic plan, this Training Industry Leader Talk will equip you with the insights you need to create, implement and adjust your learning strategy.

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  2. How to Navigate Crucial Leadership Moments and Deliver Great Performance (Harvard Business Review)

    March 30, 2023, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

    Featuring David Noble, founder of View Advisors, a consulting firm advising top executives; and Carol Kauffman, ranked the number one leadership coach in the world, a founding member of Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches, and founder of the Institute of Coaching.

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  3. Benefits and Consequences of Racial Segregation in Early Childhood? (Early Childhood Investigations)

    March 30, 2023, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

    Racial segregation permeates all facets of life including early care and education. (One example of structural racism in the U.S. is racial segregation in housing.) In this fascinating webinar presented by Iheoma U. Iruka, Ph.D. and Stephanie Curenton, Ph.D. will guide you to use a critical lens to examine the implications of racial segregation in early childhood especially when seeking to advance equity for Black children and other children of color. You will hear about the findings of a recent paper that examined how racial composition is associated with quality and children’s outcome. Speakers will discuss processes within the early care and education that promote and inhibit opportunities to learn, and ways to ensure anti-bias, anti-racist and culturally responsive practices.

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  4. “Civics for All of US” Teacher Workshop—The Civilian Conservation Corps: Civics at Work (U.S. National Archives)

    March 30, 2023, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Join the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum for this online teacher workshop that will provide resources for exploring how the development of a government "safety net" to protect Americans devastated by the Great Depression affected civic life. The Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) is a great example to use in teaching about how the government responds to crises. By creating opportunities for unemployed young men, the CCC was an innovation in government and a model for future government programs benefiting families, cities, and rural communities.

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