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PAMLE Webinars

The PAMLE Webinar Series is returning for 2021-2022 on Wednesday October 13, 2021 at 7:00 pm. PAMLE welcomes the return of Rahel Bayar of the Bayar Group with the presentation, “Navigating Boundaries In Your School.“

Webinars are free to all participants. ACT 48 hours are awarded for full participation in a one-hour webinar. Registration opens soon!

"What We Have Learned: What do We Keep, Change and Throw Away?" PAMLE and Eastern University proudly present this webinar on May 12, 2021 at 7:00 pm. This is a topic every educator and stakeholder has been wrestling with for months. Decisions are being made that affect the future of education in every school community. Our panelists will share experiences and reflections providing insight as to what has happened and what is being planned as we move forward. Registration is now open! 

Missed any past webinar? You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube Channel!

PAMLE held a great webinar on March 10 entitled, "Coming and Going- Transitioning In and Out of Middle School" with guest presenters, Dru Tomlin and Gail Heinemeyer.

Need Act 48 credit for this webinar? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. The evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until March 24. The presentation can be found here. You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel. Visit our Webinars page for recordings and resources from past

 Visit our Webinars page for recordings and resources from past webinars.

PAMLE held a great webinar on February 10 entitled, "The Empowering Potential of Restorative Practice" with guest presenters, Jen Williams, Jen Moyer and Judy Brough. It was a great session!

Need Act 48 credit for this webinar? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. The evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until February 24. The presentation can be found here. You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel. Visit our Webinars page for recordings and resources from past

PAMLE held their 6th webinar on January 13 entitled, "Navigating Uncertainty" with guest speaker, Jen Cort. It was a great session!

Need Act 48 credit for this webinar? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. Note: the recording will be permanently available to view but the evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until January 27. The presentation can be found here. You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel.

Visit our Webinars page for recordings and resources from past webinars.

PAMLE held their 5th webinar on December 9 entitled, "Understanding and Implementing The Successful Middle School: This We Believe" with panelists Linda Hopping and Gail Heinemeyer.

You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel and you can view the slides presentation here. Need Act 48 credit? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. Note: the recording will be permanently available to view but the evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until December 23.

PAMLE held their 4th webinar on November 11 from 7–8 PM on Zoom, entitled, "Strategies to Thrive and Survive in a Virtual Environment!" featuring Jack Berckemeyer and Dr. Judy Brough.

Missed the webinar? You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel.

Need Act 48 credit? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. Note: the recording will be permanently available to view but the evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until November 25.

PAMLE held their 3rd webinar on Wednesday, October 14 from 7:00 – 8:00 PM on Zoom, entitled “Promoting Student Moral and Ethical Behaviors: Understanding the Challenges!”  We had two guest panelists. Jen Cort who is a diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice consultant working with schools and organizations in multiple countries. As an educator and clinical social worker, Jen has served as an assistant head of a lower school, head of a middle school, and senior administrator as well as a counselor in lower, middle and upper schools and private practice. Jen works with groups to create sustainable and systemic change and to live out their missions regarding diversity and inclusion. Jen is the host of an internationally syndicated podcast “Third Space With Jen Cort”. Our second panelist was Dr. Judy Brough who is an international middle level consultant and recipient of AMLE’s John Lounsbury Award . She is an expert on the work of the Founding Fathers of middle level education.

Missed the webinar? You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel. You can view a copy of the presentation right here.

Need Act 48 credit? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. Note: the recording will be permanently available to view but the evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until October 28.

PAMLE hosted its 1st webinar on Tuesday, July 28 entitled “Creating Connections with Kids!!”  Guest speakers included Patti Kinney, an award winning middle level educator, consultant, speaker, and author as well as past president of AMLE, Dr. Judy Brough, an international middle level consultant and recipient of AMLE’s John Lounsbury Award and Julie Cook, a teacher at Souderton Charter School Collaborative in Souderton, PA. SCSC is a PA School to Watch school and Julie is an expert at "creating" and sustaining "connections with kids".

Missed the webinar? You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel.

Need Act 48 credit? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. Note: the recording will be permanently available to view but the evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until August 14.

Patti KInney's books are both available at the AMLE store online.

Fostering Student Accountability Through Student-Led Conferences
Initiate or improve student-led conferences in your school. This resource is a true practitioner’s guide, providing everything you need to implement this powerful practice.

Middle School: A Place to Belong and Become
The foundational concepts of belonging and becoming weave throughout this book as authors Laurie Barron and Patti Kinney help us understand why these concepts are so critical and how to help our students on the path to belonging and becoming.

  • Part 1 lays the foundation by (1) sharing the importance of a common understanding of becoming and belonging, (2) the establishment of solid school policies and practices based on the characteristics of young adolescents, and (3) the creation of organizational structures that promote respectful relationships.
  • Part 2 includes practical strategies and examples to help students experience their schools as places where they can belong and become.

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