This edWebinar will discuss strategies to help early learners with autism engage with synchronous remote instruction through evidence-based practices.
It’s more important now than ever to empower our students to easily capture and document evidence of learning in real-time, regardless of where the learning is taking place.
In this edWebinar, we will discuss how to engage students in STEM and active play with hybrid learning and how to get students collaborating remotely.
Join this edWebinar to learn about examples from a range of tech options that turn your in-class activities to ones you can use this fall.
When Project Tomorrow surveyed students in 2015 about what they envision schools will look like in 2020, one student described school as being the place where there would be more educational videos, online class discussions, online games, and texting between teachers and students. Everyone would have their tablet or laptop. We are now in 2020, living through the COVID-19 pandemic and in the remote and online environment predicted in 2015. In a recent edWebinar sponsored by Blackboard, Dr. Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, and Chris O’Neal, a former teacher and current Blackboard Solutions Engineer, shared front-line stories and tips to provide insight into how to ensure continuity of learning for our students during this unprecedented time.
Presenters from the Indiana Department of Education and the New Jersey Department of Education will showcase the power of the Title IIA program and how professional learning for digital teaching and learning can be supported through this program.
In this edWebinar, we will examine good practices for at-home learning, discover why packaging digital assignments is important and a few tips for how to do it, and explore two tools for efficiently packaging digital assignments.
Two months after the COVID-19 crisis forced educators across the United States to leave their classrooms and start teaching online, the scope of the changes and challenges have now become clear, and educational leaders have started to identify what’s working and what still needs improvement. During a recent edLeader Panel the superintendent of one of America’s largest school districts spoke with a former state superintendent and other education leaders about key issues affecting students, parents, and educators, including digital access and equity, online privacy, and funding.
In this edWebinar, school and district leadership will learn strategies for developing remote learning contingency plans that not only address current needs and concerns but maintain the rigor and focus on long-term student outcomes.
This presentation will describe how digital resources can serve as a bridge to accelerate learning and bring students“back to the page.”