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Back-to-School Resources for Implementation

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Welcome back to school! As you begin to plan for the new year, we wanted to let you know that we are here to support you in implementing DSC’s programs. Check out these free resources:

Explore Our Online Courses
Our online courses are designed to help you understand the pedagogical approach of our programs, launch the programs, and implement them with fidelity. These courses are interactive, self-paced, available any time, and free of charge.

To learn more or to see a list of available courses, please visit

View Our Archived Webinars
You can view any of our archived webinars any time. Webinars range in topic from getting started with DSC’s programs to pedagogical issues such as “Who’s Doing the Talking and Thinking in Your Classroom?” Webinars are approximately 30–45 minutes in length.

To learn more or to see a list of available archived webinars, please visit

See our Programs in Action
Our YouTube channel has videos of our programs in action, as well as keynote speeches from recent conferences.

To learn more, visit

Learn More About DSC’s Programs
If you are curious to learn more about other programs that develop students’ academic and ethical development, you can download free sample lessons from our in-school and after-school programs.

To see what’s available, visit the downloads page.

Join Our Online Community
Would you like to connect with other DSC program users and educators around the world? Visit our forums to post your stories, ask questions, and read blogs from other implementers.

To learn more, visit the community resources page.

Contact Your Local Representative!
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact your local rep.

Have a great year!

Peter Brunn is the vice president of organizational learning and communications at Center for the Collaborative Classroom (CCC). Previously at CCC, he was the director of professional development, director of staff development, the assistant director of CCC’s Reading Project, and a staff developer. Before coming to CCC, Peter was a staff developer for the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project and worked in New York City public schools helping teachers implement reading and writing workshops in their classrooms. Peter received his master’s degree in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University, and his undergraduate degree in history from Marquette University. Peter is also the author of The Lesson Planning Handbook: Essential Strategies That Inspire Student Thinking and Learning, published by Scholastic. Follow Peter on Twitter at @pdbrunn.

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