Resources for Wisconsin Educators
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Xello's future readiness model is aligned with Wisconsin's Academic and Career Planning (ACP). These resources show you how to use Xello to ensure your students are on track and you have what you need to be successful.


For the 2022-23 academic year Xello will be offering a series of virtual professional development opportunities throughout the year. Beginning in November, Wisconsin educators can register for 2 different types of events: how-to webinars and spotlight sessions.

Register for upcoming events below or to learn more, check out the complete webinar schedule.

Start with exploring key features of Xello in a how-to webinar before tuning into a discussion on tactics and strategies with a Wisconsin Educator in a spotlight session.

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    How-to Webinar: Supporting career-based learning activities with XelloWatch to learn about the key components of Xello, including the work-based learning (WBL) module that will take your career-based learning activities to the next level. In this session you’ll see how your students discover work-based learning opportunities, and learn ways to build upon career-based activities within Xello.
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    Spotlight Session: Ideas on pre and post career-based learning activitiesIn this spotlight webinar, we discussed the strategies and tactics to deliver engaging career-related experiences. Come away with actionable ways to initiate and manage career-related activities that help students discover employability skills for success.
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This 2-part series focuses on tools and strategies for a successful college application process:

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    How-to Webinar: Supporting college-bound students with XelloWatch to learn how Xello’s College Planning tools support you as you assist students with their college applications process. See how Xello empowers your college bound students to stay organized and on track with college information gathering, planning, and application tracking. Learn how to involve Parents/Guardians through Xello Family Portal
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  • Jan31 2023 
    Spotlight Session: Tips for a successful college application seasonIn this spotlight webinar, we’ll discuss strategies and tactics to ensure a smooth college application season. Come away with actionable ways to to prepare students for applying to college and hear tips on how to effectively manage all the forms and documents you’re responsible for.
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This 2-part series focuses on tools and strategies that can help prepare all students succeed after high school:

  • Feb16 2023 
    How-to Webinar: Plans for all students, all pathwaysJoin us to learn about Xello’s pathway planning tool. With Plans, students can better prepare for their futures — whatever that may look like. We'll walkthrough how students build plans based on different pathways,create actionable to-do lists to help them navigate the journey, and show how you can support their post-secondary planning within Xello.
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  • Mar2 2023 
    Spotlight Session: Leveraging Plans for after high school pathway planningIn this spotlight webinar, Xello and Wisconsin educators will discuss strategies for building after high school plans with students, why it’s valuable, and why technology is necessary to make it work. Hear recommendations about tools, resources, and practices to keep students engaged in and on track with their plans.
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These downloadable PDF guides provide step-by-step ideas for how to integrate Xello in your schools.

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    PDFWisconsin ACP and Xello Scope & Sequence
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    PDFHow Xello Supports Wisconsin’s Social and Emotional Learning Competencies


Check out our on-demand videos to learn at your own pace, on your own schedule.

  • About Me Student View
    Xello for Wisconsin Students
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  • Educator Dashboard
    Xello’s Tools for Wisconsin Educators
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