Presented by Laura Wilhelm, Ed.D., Vice President for Professional Learning, Kaplan Early Learning Company
In this edWebinar, Sandra Duncan, Ed.D,. and architect Lauren Magee, will provide practical and helpful strategies for educators seeking ways to safely distance children in the COVID classroom.
The learning environment matters and schools need options. In this edWebinar, learn how to create active, innovative learning spaces for your classroom, school, or district.
In this webinar, join Bryan L. Miller, Educator Community Manager at Wonder Workshop, creators of Dash and Dot robots, along with Dr. Jennifer Williams and Fran Siracusa, Co-founders of Calliope Global. Together, their transformational work in redesigning classroom spaces, and knowledge in computer science and robotics implementations in schools provide an exciting framework and blueprint for bringing change to your school.
Andrew Taylor, the Director of Technology and CIO with Byram Hills Central School District in Armonk, New York, joins two of his technology coordinators in this webinar. Together, they share their research, iterations, and essential questions that have helped to guide the design of the new spaces in their schools, and purchase technology equipment.
In this talk, we will explore how libraries and learning spaces can transform from archives of information to places of knowledge co-construction.
In this webinar, Eric Sheninger will explore how to cultivate shared ownership, respect, and trust – creating a school learning culture that students value and to which they want to belong in the digital age.
What is the relationship between physical space, technology, and learning? What kinds of spaces can leverage technology and support the kinds of learning we want to happen? Bill Selak and Ilsa Dohmen from Hillbrook School shared how to create dynamic learning spaces where teachers and students can collaborate, learn together, and work together.