This edWebinar will focus on the why and the how relevant to getting started with esports programs in schools, districts, and/or counties.
Engaging students with ADHD and attention challenges—rather than just managing their behavior—should be the goal for every teacher. Teachers worry, though, that they will have to create a separate curriculum or otherwise alter how they teach. Not so, said Ezra Werb, M.Ed., Educational Therapist and author, in his edWebinar “Engagement Strategies for Students with Attention Challenges: Lower Anxiety and Raise Confidence.” Instead, he offers strategies to lessen learners’ anxieties and raise their confidence so they can meet the same goals as their peers.
In this edWebinar, educational therapist Ezra Werb, M.Ed. shares his strategies for lowering students’ anxiety, raising confidence, and increasing engagement.
In this edWebinar, we will share results from a new report based upon the views of over 20,000 parents nationwide spanning from Millennials to Baby Boomers about their preferences for engaging with their children’s teachers, hearing about school news and receiving crisis or alert communications.
This edWebinar will demonstrate some applications used for live streaming and podcasting, which can increase communication and engagement in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Julie Evans shares the results of a three-year analysis of the changing environment and expectations for education communications.
Presented by Suzy Lolley, Instructional Technology Specialist, Cherokee County School District, Canton, GA Hosted by Common Sense Education and Sponsored by Symantec WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the Digital Learning & Leadership community and go to the CE Quizzes link in the Community Toolbox. Worried about summer brain drain? In this edWebinar, Suzy Lolley, Instructional Technology Specialist at Cherokee County… read more →
In this edWebinar, hear the latest research on the importance of engagement in the classroom.
Parent engagement in their child’s education is key to successful growth, but consistently engaging parents is at the top of the list of teacher frustration. Teachers must establish communication with parents by figuring out what works best for them and showing that they are a team when it comes to their child. Sarah M. Rich, Lead Teacher Champion at Squiggle Park, presented creative ideas from her own experience building parent engagement in “Finally, A Guide to Parent Engagement That Works Every Time!”
During this encore event, Sarah Rich, Lead Teacher Champion at Squiggle Park, will show you how to engage parents (of any background and socio economic level) in creative ways beginning the day your kids enter the classroom.