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Webinar Recording: K-12 Budget & SAT Transition

As advertised, below you will find a link to a recorded version of MASSP's webinar from Wednesday, April 1. Wendy and Bob presented on a pair of topics: an explanation of the three different K-12 budget proposals and what they mean for local districts AND an SAT "Do Now, Do Later" practical presentation on planning for the SAT transition in your building.

The webinar recording is 1 hour split almost exactly in half – the first half walks through the K-12 budget proposals, the second through SAT information.'s picture

SAT Transition - Do Now, Do Later

Now that ACT administration is complete and M-STEP is underway, it's time to shift some attention to thinking about how to best prepare students and staff for the SAT in 2016.

Do Now

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Classroom Teachers Authoring (FREE) Multi-touch iBooks for Education

Does your school use iBooks or ePubs in its curriculum? Are you looking for low cost (free), high quality resources for your traditional, online, and/or blended learning courses? If so, register for a free webinar titled, Classroom Teachers Authoring Multi-touch iBooks for Education on Thursday, April 16 at 3 pm at

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#MASSPchat Recap - Growth Mindset

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#MASSPchat 3/30 - Growth Mindset

The Topic: Growth Mindset
With the advent of Carol Dweck’s book Mindset, many parents, teachers, and school leaders have been analyzing and evaluating interactions through the lens of a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. Dweck’s work has so many implications for school leaders and teachers that we would love to explore this in our weekly #MASSPchat. Regular participants in #MASSPchat know that the strength of our professional learning network is in our collective sharing and the wisdom of the group.

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