Presented by Dr. Julie Morrow, Former Assistant Superintendent, Rowan-Salisbury, NC
In this edWebinar, three leading superintendents, joined by CoSN’s Cybersecurity Initiative Project Director, share their perspectives and experiences in dealing with the complexities of managing and assuring cyber security in today’s K-12 learning environments.
Presented by Nate Walden, Instructional Designer, Indiana eLearning Lab; and David McGuire, Moderator, Parent/Families Community of Practice, Indiana eLearning Lab, and Principal, Tindley Preparatory Academy, IN
Providing science and math content online can be relatively straightforward, but engaging students in true distance learning requires more than just transmittal of information. Secondary students in particular need to be able to see and ask questions during laboratory experiments, or receive feedback when developing their own solutions to math problems. During a recent edWebinar, two experienced teachers explained how they made the transition from teaching in a classroom to remote instruction during the spring, and how they are prepared to teach online or in hybrid settings during the new school year.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Julie Evans, Chief Executive Officer of Project Tomorrow, will present new research findings from 110,000 K-12 students nationwide about their preferences and expectations for two-way communications with their teachers
edWebinar presenters share lessons learned over the past school year and describe successful leadership strategies for navigating the constantly changing challenges districts and schools are currently facing.
In this edWebinar, A.C. Randono, Ph.D., CEO and Founder of Figure Math, takes a deep dive into how active, discovery learning approaches to math education can not only help your students get through this difficult time but can also give them the tools they need to thrive.
Dr. Sandy Addis, will guide the discussion by providing an overview of: the need for trauma skills in our current climate, key district-level priorities, and best practices for creating a culture that supports the success of trauma-impacted students.
Presented by Michael Romero, Local District South Superintendent, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA; and Todd Rogers, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University, and Chief Scientist, EveryDay Labs
This edWebinar will discuss three possible learning scenarios for the fall and how best to support emergent bilingual students in each one.