Lexia Learning’s Chief Learning Officer Dr. Liz Brooke’s steadfast determination to ensure students of all abilities can become successful readers and confident learners continues to be the driving force behind all of her work. According to Brooke in a recent edWebinar, during this time of remote and distance learning, “There have been various levels of implementation, fidelity, and various levels of learning happening.”
Join Nikki La Londe, Director of Professional Learning at HMH, for this edWebinar as she discusses strategies teachers can implement to engage students in meaningful learning across digital and non-digital pathways.
This edWebinar will provide insights and best practices on using SMS two-way conversational text messaging to engage students and parents, and how the science shows increased participation in remote or hybrid school settings and ultimately how to drive to higher student engagement and lower absenteeism.
Join this edLeader Panel to see how Virginia Beach City Public Schools utilizes data analytics to monitor engagement patterns, application and device access, and more.
Beth Tumminello and Kim Gardner will explore techniques, lesson plan development, tech tools—many of which have free versions—and more for middle grade math and high school science.
In this edWebinar, full-time classroom teacher William Ferriter offers three practical tips that teachers can use to make remote learning more meaningful for everyone—parents, teachers and students alike.
Learn how to boost student performance and motivation. Find out how this approach has taken students from failing to passing quizzes in a single web-based session!
Join Dr. Mike Marvel and James Palcik of Flinn Scientific as they discuss how the right safety procedures and instructional approaches can make for effective and engaging science laboratory and “hands-on” STEM experiences for middle school and high school students.
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.