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Opportunities from Our Sponsors

We are grateful for the ongoing support of our PASA Sponsors at all levels. Although PASA does not promote or endorse any product or service offered by our sponsors, we are pleased to share information that may be helpful to school leaders. The list below reflects opportunities PASA sponsors are offering for our members to assist them in planning for the next school year. We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities as we all work toward the goal of successfully navigating toward a “new normal” with quality educational opportunities for our students.
offered by R Zero, a PASA Platinum Sponsor

With new school outbreaks reported daily and the arrival of the flu season well on its way, school district leaders are facing increased pressure to implement effective safety and disinfection protocols, fast.As COVID-19 has expanded the need for highly effective disinfection solutions beyond hospital patient rooms and operating rooms, schools across the country are mapping hospital best practices to their own facilities.  On November 10 or November 12, join former Director of OSHA, Dr. Richard Wade, and R-Zero President Eli Harris for a 30 minute discussion of what hospitals do to reduce the spread of infection - and what schools can learn from that. Click here for information.

offered by EF Educational Tours, a PASA Gold Sponsor

PASA, in conjunction with EF Educational Tours is providing 15 enrollments for a graduate level course at no cost for Pennsylvania educators. Each participant will receive three (3) transferable* graduate level credits at no cost. This course, offered through EF’s partner, Southern New Hampshire University, is entitled “Extraordinary Times – Transforming Professional Practice in a Time of Crisis.” It is part of a series of professional development courses focusing on educational practices relevant to the activities educators engaged in as they responded to the Covid-19 crisis and transitioned to online learning. In this course, educators will reflect upon their efforts to support students, their school, and the community during the COVID-19 crisis. Emphasis is placed on the ways in which teachers transformed their curriculum, pedagogy, instruction, and collaboration with one another to ensure the continued delivery of K12 education. The course looks to value authentic professional development, as they adapt their instructional delivery during this exceptional time. Click here to learn more.

Sponsor Webinars and Other Resources:

From Agenda Manager:
* special offer regarding meeting management

From Horace Mann:
Webinar:  “What Does the CARES Act Mean to You Financially” (July 14)
* Video Recording
* PowerPoint

From SiteLogiQ:
Video Recording: SiteLogiQ Webinar - "COVID-19: Back to School Considerations and Tools" (July 7)

From Edmentum:
Supporting Students’ SEL Needs with BASE Education
[Live Webinar] Equity in Education: It Matters More Than Ever
Study Island Free Trial
PowerPoint: Edmentum Webinar - "How to Create a Successful Virtual School to Retain Students" (June 22)
"A Parent Guide: Support Your Child During Virtual Learning"
"5 TED Talks about Virtual Education You Should Watch Now"
"Diving into Considerations for State Remote Learning Plans"
[Virtual Learning] Resources to Support Parents & Families
Study Island Feature Focus: Lessons
4 Videos Educators Exploring Virtual & Blended Learning Should Watch
Exact Path Successes During School Closures and Virtual Learning
Study Island Feature Focus: Group Sessions
Competency-Based Ways to Show Grace in Virtual Learning
Teacher Resources: Thanksgiving Facts, Activities, & Critical Thinking Questions
[Live Webinar] Becoming Your Students' Favorite (Virtual) Teacher

From Fitness Headquarters
New Covid-19 Cleaning of Contact Areas