“The webinar was excellent and was one of the best presentations I have seen in a while. I will continue to look for future opportunities through your company.”

forĀ “Visual Teaching of Math Concepts” with Marian Small

— Jeffrey Corbishley, Chair, Math Department, Ridgefield High School, RIdgefield, Connecticut

“Loved, loved loved Laura. Extremely knowledgeable and full of great suggestions.”

for “This Time I Mean It…How to Manage Classroom Behavior without Losing Your Cool” with Laura Riffel

— Shannon Berardi, Kindergarten Teacher, Grand Erie District School Board, Ontario, Canada

“We really like the flexibility and interactivity of your webinars. Many of our principals show parts later to kick-start discussions.”

— Dick Meyer, former director of Curriculum, Instruction an Assessment, Kearney Public Schools and Department Chair, Educational Administration, U. of Nebraska, Kearney, Nebraska

“This was a great webinar. ERN continues to do a phenomenal job bringing high quality speakers and topics to educators all over the USA! Keep up the good work supporting professional learning for educators.”

— Maria Huot, Director, Brighton Teacher Center, Rochester, New York

“I used one of your webinars today as in-service for our returning teachers. Grades K – 12 agreed this was one of the best programs we’ve ever had. They commented on the usefulness, the practicality, the interest and activity levels, etc. Several people said they had brought in work to do to ‘pass the time’, and they got so involved in the program they forgot all about their own work.”

— Judith Kadri, High School Head Teacher, Manoogian School, Southfield, Michigan

“The Jane E. Pollock webinar on “Increasing student learning by giving students more feedback, not just from teachers, but also from peers and self-assessment”, completely changed assessment practices of the teachers who took the webinar. The whole idea of working towards a tangible outcome made the learning visible to the students. The students can now conduct a self assessment and monitor their engagement in learning and acknowledge what they cognitively gained.”

— Rose MacKenzie, Principal, Mamquam Elementary, Garibaldi Highlands, British Columbia

“ThisĀ (webinar on grading struggling learners) was my first webinar experience. I found it to be very personal even though the participants were from all corners of the world. . . . The information presented gave me very specific examples of how to grade using accommodations and/or modifications.”

— Julie Harris, Director of Student Services, Divine Mercy Catholic Academy, Merritt Island, Florida

“The webinar (When, How and Why Students Pay Attention with Judy Willis) offered great strategies to be implemented in the classroom. Knowledgeable and passionate presenter. Interactive presentation.”

— Sylvia Montero, Elementary Assistant Principal, Lincoln School, Costa Rica

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— Barbara Creamer, Vice Principal, Quispamsis Elementary School, New Brunswick

“It was my first webinar experience and I found it to be a very useful PD delivery model. I invited principals to join me and one brought two teachers. We all felt that this is a great cost-effective way to receive PD in our small board.”

— Dr. Marian Lothian, Director-Elementary, Wester Quebec School Board