Stenhouse Digital Seminars

Stenhouse seminars are going digital and we're excited to offer seminars on the topics you need, presented by the authors you trust.

What sets Stenhouse Digital Seminars apart?

  • Live, Interactive Sessions: Interact and collaborate with your presenter and fellow educators to discuss best practices and strategies for every learning environment—from 100% remote learning to blended or in-person instruction.
  • Choice: Choose seminars by topic or by grade levels. Whether you’re trying to make elementary students better writers or helping secondary students conduct meaningful race conversations, we have a seminar that can help you make a positive impact on student learning.
  • Flexibility: Access the seminar based on your schedule. Full Day Seminars and Seminar Series (four 75-minute sessions) are available and all seminars will be recorded, so you can watch live or access the seminar on-demand for 30 days at a time that works for you.
  • Credit Hours: Learn and earn five credit hours for each seminar.

Here's a list of upcoming seminars, dates, and times. We look forward to seeing you online!


Whitney La Rocca

Whitney La Rocca

October 20, 27, November 3, 10

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January 19, 2021, 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. EST

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Teaching grammar can be engaging and fun? Yes, it can! Instead of chanting grammar rules or completing countless conventions worksheets, we invite young writers to explore conventions as special effects devices that activate meaning. In this full-day digital seminar, Whitney La Rocca, co-author of the Patterns of Power family of resources, will show you how to create classrooms—whether in-person or remote—where students are curious about language, engage with the world around them, and notice and experiment with the conventions all writers use. ($149)


Matthew R. Kay

Matthew R. Kay

February 3, 10, 17, & 24

6:30–7:45pm EST

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Learn how to make the classroom—whether it’s in-person, remote, or a blend of both—one of the best venues for students to discuss race. Developed by Matthew R. Kay based on the principles behind his book, Not Light, But Fire, this series of four 75-minute digital seminars is designed to give teachers and administrators a method and strategies for initiating and facilitating meaningful, productive, and respectful dialogues about race. ($149)


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