We have all been instantly thrown into a world where life and learning has to happen remotely and online. This new world provides many challenges and opportunities for teachers, leaders, and families. Companies are quick to provide access to free resources, but how do we sort through these and provide guidance to our schools as to what works best and what doesn’t? In this fast-paced, interactive edWebinar, innovative educator, Carl Hooker, will provide insights and strategies to help overcome our fears and empower ourselves and our students going forward into this remote learning world.
It is safe to say that many of us feel unprepared for the current coronavirus pandemic. Even the most unflappable among us are impacted by social isolation, limited access to goods and services, joblessness, a faltering economy, and of course profound concerns about the physical and emotional health of our loved ones and ourselves. Most educators have had little or no training in designing instruction for distance learning which, as we are all learning, is very different from in-real-life instruction.
Creating student engagement with STEM learning is more challenging than ever as educators transition to distance learning.
In this edWebinar, Kirstin Harrington, EdTech Coach from Flagler County Schools, will discuss how she is supporting teachers and students with STEM activities to keep students learning and engaged at home.
Game-based learning, AR/VR/Mixed Reality, and SEL–the hottest topics in education will be front and center in this edition of our popular webcast series, a coproduction of School Library Journal and ISTE. Led by top practitioners in the field, these free one-hour programs will offer practical insight into the latest technology, with implications for schools and libraries.
Session 2: Get Started With AR/VR/Mixed Reality
Join five educators to learn inside tips on how to make lessons more interactive by combining learning platform Nearpod with Google. Come discover how to leverage these technologies to support your learning goals!
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Envision the future of education. An afternoon of talks from four speakers whose ideas are at the forefront of digital learning culture. This event invites educational leaders to draw a breath of fresh air and focus on the big ideas.
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What does it mean to be “Designed for Digital”? A talk and workshop on digital educational design for transforming schools is the next natural stage now that devices and tons of software services are on the scene.
The Gresham-Barlow School District is hosting a FREE K-12 Tech Professional Learning event for educators this summer. You won’t want to miss this awesome learning opportunity! This event is open to ALL districts. Join us for #GBSDInnovates Summer Camp and learn innovative ways to integrate technology into your classroom! A variety of hands-on sessions will be offered as well as three “make-and-take sessions” in the afternoon. (There is a fee if you choose the “make-and-take” sessions.