Presented by April Mayo, Director of Instructional Technology, Clayton County Public Schools (GA); Katie Hansen, NBCT, Staff Development Specialist, Phoenix Union High School District (AZ); Bernadette Moreno, Professional Development Specialist, Phoenix Union High School District (AZ); Dr. Alex Leis, CEO, Boxlight-EOS; and Krista Walker, Professional Development Program Manager, Boxlight-EOS
Presented by Erica Kouzmanoff-Vymyslicky, Teacher of the Deaf and Instructional Coach, Carson Elementary School (CO)
Interacting with technology is second nature to children these days. But, even though they are tech savvy, they might not have the keyboarding and digital citizenship skills to make them stronger and more adept learners. In a recent edWebinar, “Keys to Success for Digital Natives,” experts explained that digital natives still need to strengthen their technological know-how in this context, and offered strategies teachers can use to build these much-needed skills.
Join this edWebinar to learn from Amy Mayer and Mark Schwartz how technology tools like Texthelp’s WriQ and Read&Write can save valuable time for teachers while increasing the effectiveness and transmission of feedback in the writing process for students.
In this edWebinar, three educators will share their strategies for engaging parents in a different conversation by showing how they use technology to open up a world of opportunities that wouldn’t be possible without digital tools.
This edWebinar will discuss the trends and challenges facing the field of education technology and its impacts on inclusion and for students with disabilities including autism.
In this edWebinar, learn from superintendents how they lead district efforts to align priorities, and balance choice, cost and outcomes.
In this edWebinar, examinine the challenges and opportunities that are unique to rural school districts when moving forward with technology tools.
In this edWebinar learn from district leaders just what it takes to successfully deploy, implement and sustain a shared commitment to mobile learning.
“While we (teachers) are not always comfortable with technology, we need to think about students first and work through our challenges to make things better for them,” said Sharon Plante, Director of Technology for the Southport School, Southport, CT, during a recent edWebinar. She emphasizes that meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities through the use of technology “can make reading instruction a multi-sensory process that is engaging and explicit while maintaining the individualization and diagnostic-prescriptive aspects of the lesson.”