Presented by Dr. Lee Wright, Literacy Coach and Early Childhood Education Specialist
Presented by Jen Jump, Senior Academic Officer, Teacher Created Materials
Presented by Deana Senn, Senior Director, Academic Training, Learning Sciences International; and Michelle Fitzgerald, Ed.D., Executive Director, School Turnaround, Learning Sciences International
Presented by Julie Stern, Professional Learning Facilitator, Education to Save the World; and Maria Arfanakis (Galanis), K-8 Innovation Curriculum Specialist, Deerfield Public Schools District 109 (IL)
While reopening plans for many school districts remain uncertain, a growing number of districts are planning to open remotely or use a hybrid model in which only some students are in an actual school building each day.
When students feel like they are helping drive their education and have a say in their own learning, achievement thrives. That’s been a given even when education technology was only a pencil and paper. Now, many edtech tools promise that they will help promote student voice, but how can educators tell? With years of experience using edtech to engage students, presenters in the edWebinar, “Encouraging Student Voice and Choice in the Classroom,” identified six edtech tool characteristics that give students agency in their education.
In this edWebinar, we will fly around the Moon, experience a lunar eclipse, and observe the Moon in the sky as we discuss how to actively engage K–12 students in science practices that support their learning of core ideas around Moon phenomena.
In this edWebinar, learn about amazing tools for student creation that enable students to express their unique voices and make classrooms more fun!
In this edWebinar, join Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D., Director of Professional Learning at ORIGO Education, to learn about mathematics and mathematicians in expected and unexpected places.