Prufrock Press Webinars

Prufrock Press’s free webinars bring experts in the field of gifted education to you. Explore new products and concepts, take part in engaging Q&As, and learn valuable skills. You can also learn on-demand by watching videos of past webinars.

Explore our current webinar offerings below. Times are displayed in Central Time. Register and watch from any device.


Past Webinars

Recordings of Past Webinars

Browse this archive of recordings of past webinars to find informal conversations about engaging topics in gifted education, advanced academic instruction, parenting, and social and emotional learning.

Please Note: Registered attendees of our live Zoom webinars receive a certificate of attendance. We are not able to provide any such certification to viewers of these webinar recordings.

Explore a listing of our past webinar offerings here.


Upcoming Webinars

Project-Based Online Teaching and Learning

Presenters: Todd Stanley, Author and Gifted Services Coordinator, and Joel McIntosh, Publisher, Prufrock Press

This free webinar dives into how teachers and schools can use project-based learning with students via online learning platforms. Attendees will learn about digital licensing of classroom materials available from Prufrock Press, and author Todd Stanley will discuss how to use his 10 Performance-Based Projects series as an inspiring and engaging remote learning resource.

Register now for Tuesday, August 18, at 3 p.m. CT.


Online/Blended Learning With W&M Curriculum

Presenter: Ashley Carpenter, Center for Gifted Education, William & Mary

Learn how to use the field-tested, research-based William & Mary curricula in online learning environments. This free webinar will cover implementing the Jacob’s Ladder Reading Comprehension Program, Math Curriculum for Gifted Students, Project Clarion units, and other online lessons with your students through remote learning platforms. Bring your questions about online/blending learning and get equipped with practical how-tos.

Registration coming soon for Tuesday, August 25, at 3 p.m. CT.


Collaboration, Coteaching, and Coaching in Gifted Education in School and Online/Blended Learning

Presenters: Emily Mofield, Ed.D., and Vicki Phelps, Ed.D., Authors and Educators

Collaboration enables effective management of differentiation, increases educators' understanding of gifted students needs', encourages professional learning, and more. Whether collaborating with classroom teachers, special education teachers, administrators, or parents, collaboration is more important than ever for gifted educators working in blended/online learning environments.

Register now for Tuesday, September 15, at 3 p.m. CT.


When a Child Learns Differently: Helping Families and Teachers Collaborate to Support Exceptional Learners

Presenter: Kathryn Fishman-Weaver, Ph.D., Author and Educator

This free webinar focuses on helping families and teachers/schools collaborate to help kids who learn differently and navigate special education services. Advocating for a child who learns differently can sometimes feel like an isolating and daunting task, but attendees will leave equipped with practical suggestions, policy knowledge, and an empowering reminder that they are not alone.

Register now for Tuesday, September 29, at 3 p.m. CT.


A Field Guide to Gifted Students

Presenters: Charlotte Agell and Molly Kellogg, Authors

By learning how to notice and support gifted students' diverse traits and needs, educators can build ideal classroom climates for student success. This free webinar details how to identify giftedness and meet the academic and social-emotional needs of gifted students, includes practical tips based on current research and best practices, and discusses how to use A Field Guide to Gifted Students for professional learning.

Registration and date/time coming soon.