Virtual Conferences

Upcoming Virtual Conferences

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Hybrid Learning Summer Institute

DAY 1: August 4 – 9:00am ET – 4:45pm ET
DAY 2: August 6 – 10:00am ET – 5:00pm ET

In 2020, teachers around the world faced an unprecedented problem: continuing learning in a digital space, often without the technological or communal infrastructure needed. As we approach the new school year, teachers are once again shifting the learning space, this time to a hybrid learning model, with the additional burden of recovering lost learning from the year before. Hybrid learning is not just a patchwork solution though; it’s an opportunity to identify the flaws in our education system for structural reform.

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Virtual Ed Summit

 

Virtual Ed Summit with Google for Education

August 5 – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm ET

Learn how to use Google for Education to support remote teaching and enhance learning in the traditional classroom:

  • Learn how to facilitate remote teaching using G Suite for Education while preserving continuity of classroom instruction and rigor.
  • Explore best practices of using Google Classroom and free Google applications not commonly known.
  • Discover how to align to curricular goals and maintain sound instructional design across your virtual education practices.
  • Support the four pillars of remote teaching: Community, Collaboration, Assessment and Accessibility, while increasing engagement and rigor.

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Hybrid Learning Summer Institute

DAY 1: August 18 – 9:00am ET – 4:45 ET
DAY 2: August 19 – 10:00am ET – 5:00pm ET

In 2020, teachers around the world faced an unprecedented problem: continuing learning in a digital space, often without the technological or communal infrastructure needed. As we approach the new school year, teachers are once again shifting the learning space, this time to a hybrid learning model, with the additional burden of recovering lost learning from the year before. Hybrid learning is not just a patchwork solution though; it’s an opportunity to identify the flaws in our education system for structural reform.

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