The last two school years have been a challenging time for many students who were learning English while speaking a different language at home. First, they needed to access and use remote learning technologies, and then they needed to continue developing their language and literacy skills despite the pandemic-related disruptions and other difficulties they and their families faced.
Presented by Noreen Naseem Rodríguez, Assistant Professor of Teacher Learning, Research, and Practice, University of Colorado Boulder
Presented by Kristie Shelley, M.Ed., Senior Director of Emergent Bilingual Curriculum, Lexia® Learning; and Cynthia Peng, MA TESOL, Manager of Educational Content for Lexia® English Language Development, Lexia® Learning
Presented by Chloe Duchesne, Educational Services Coordinator, Copyright Clearance Center (CCC); and Tim Bowen, Senior Director, Information Content & Solutions, Copyright Clearance Center (CCC)
Presented by Lindsay Vanderburg, District Instructional Specialist, Secondary Reading Language Arts, Killeen Independent School District (TX); and Cortney Kingery-Ragan, Lead Teacher, Early College High School English Department, Killeen Independent School District (TX)
Presented by Chad Johnson, Senior Education Specialist for Nebraska Public Power District, Co-Founder and CEO of Grain Weevil, and President and Founder of Youth Engaged in Technology and Innovation; and Ben Johnson, Chief Innovation Officer, Grain Weevil
Presented by Jay Scheurle, Head of School, Oak Meadow School (MA); Chris Böttger, Americas Workplace Experience Strategy for Webex Devices, Cisco Collaboration; and Michael Smith, Head of Global Strategic Alliances, Samsung
Moderated by Michael Campbell, President, Advancing Global EDU
Presented by Wilma Herndon, Outreach Consultant, Lead4Change; and Danielle Gadharf, Outreach Consultant, Lead4Change
In this edWebinar, join Heather Fuller, high school educator and creator of the Unbroken Curriculum, in transforming your classroom by building a culture of oracy through focused talk and literacy.
This edWebinar will discuss how to avoid potential infringement when developing curriculum materials and introduce the purpose and basics of copyright