Distance Learning

Webinar: Top 5 Things to Support Digital Distance Learning Online (Secondary)

As we focus on caring, connecting and the continuity of learning with students during this difficult time we have noticed five things that are critical with providing instruction during online learning (check in with students, engagement, feedback, office hours, teacher reflection) join us as we talk about ways that teachers are implementing these things in their classrooms. Hear the good with the bad and walk away with some ideas for your own classroom.

Webinar: Top 5 Things to Support Digital Distance Learning Online (Elementary)

As we focus on caring, connecting and the continuity of learning with students during this difficult time we have noticed five things that are critical with providing instruction during online learning (check in with students, engagement, feedback, office hours, teacher reflection) join us as we talk about ways that teachers are implementing these things in their classrooms. Hear the good with the bad and walk away with some ideas for your own classroom.

Webinar: Rethinking Teacher Support in Response to COVID-19

While our school buildings are closed, learning is still happening and teachers are still teaching. The opportunities and constraints as a result of COVID-19 have caused many of us to rethink how we approach our work–including how we support teachers. In response, coaches, school leaders and district leaders are designing new, more efficient, more effective ways to support teachers at a distance. These innovations solve immediate needs and can be sustained into the future.

Webinar: Classroom Communication for Now and for What's Next

Communication has always been an essential skill for teachers. But with the shift to remote learning it has become even more critical that teachers are equipped with the practices and tools to effectively communicate with students and their families. This webinar is designed for teachers, coaches, or school leaders looking to:

Respond to feedback from families that they would like improved communication during remote learning

Design communication practices for returning back to on-campus instruction

Improve classroom-level communication in general

Webinar: Beating Zoom Fatigue: Best Practices for Virtual Facilitation and Learning

We’ve all learned that it’s nearly impossible to create the in-person connection leaders, teachers, and students are wholly accustomed to, but there are several best practices that lead to efficient, effective, and yes, even joyful virtual sessions. From preventing Zoom fatigue with bio breaks or using small groups to foster discussion over video, together, we will explore best practices for virtual facilitation as you navigate through the next phase of remote learning.

Webinar: Leadership at All Levels: Strategies for Increasing Your Impact as a Teacher Leader

In the past two months, teachers around the country have gone and continue to go to great lengths to rapidly learn new skills, develop new or modify existing instructional approaches, and find creative solutions to meet the needs of their students and communities. With the future of our education system remaining uncertain, teachers are positioned to make a tremendous impact as leaders in their communities.

Please see registration link for a message from the presenter.

Webinar: Rituals for Remote School: A Conversation with David Hardy & Jaime Casap

With the abrupt change to school as we know it, many of us are missing our in-person communities and the rituals that helped to define us. Together with Jaime Casap, Education Evangelist and David Hardy, Managing Partner at Education Elements and former Superintendent, we will explore how schools and districts are now thinking about rituals, as well as suggestions for students as they navigate more self-directed learning and for educators as they close out this school year and plan for the fall.

Webinar: Effective Facilitation of Online Discussions with Students

Using the online classroom to create meaningful learning often involves the use of discussion forums. As educators, it is important to know how to effectively facilitate these virtual conversations in order to keep students engaged. In this webinar, you will be provided with best practices on how you can interact with your learners and create positive learning experiences using discussion forums.

Intended Audience: This webinar will be geared towards Grades 6-12. Some Community Colleges and Higher Ed may benefit as well.

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