A variety of online tools embedded in popular Microsoft programs and apps are now helping English Learners with reading, writing, and classroom conversations. And, these same tools are also enabling parent-teacher conferences to become bilingual or even multilingual.
This edWebinar will share ideas for how educators in different roles in a school community can foster a collaborative, personalized professional learning culture.
Teachers are constantly searching for new ways to bring their classroom into the Digital Age. Google Classroom is the tech tool of choice for thousands of educators worldwide who rave about the simplicity of the platform. Join educational technology adopter Shannon Holden as he shows teachers how to increase productivity, creativity, transparency, and accountability with Google Classroom.
In this presentation, Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer of Curriki, will start by introducing the concept of OER and will provide examples of some of the types of OER that are readily available including individual lesson plans, full courses, student facing materials, videos, interactives, and assessments/worksheets.
The question now is not “where can I find help?” but “how can I quickly curate all of the resources available to find the best help for me and my students?” The options can be overwhelming!
This session covered strategies to meet the needs of all students in your classroom and helped attendees navigate through the challenge of finding elementary grade level materials.