Summer Fun with Digital Citizenship
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
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Worried about summer brain drain?
In this edWebinar, Suzy Lolley, Instructional Technology Specialist at Cherokee County School District in Canton, GA, shares ideas for keeping your students learning while having fun all summer long. As summer fast approaches, learn tips for keeping kids engaged when school is closed, including:
- Tools for engaging students academically and creatively
- Tips for helping students stay digitally safe
- Ways to promote healthy media balance through fun outdoor activities and screen time limits
There will be time to get your questions answered during this live, interactive event. This edWebinar is geared toward K–12 teachers in all subject areas as well as librarians. Attend this session to learn new ways to keep your students engaged when school is closed to avoid summer brain drain!
About the Presenter
Suzy Lolley is a 15-year veteran of public education. Previously both a middle and high school English teacher, she currently serves in Cherokee County, Georgia, as an instructional technology specialist for teachers of grades K–12. She loves Microsoft tools, especially OneNote, and her current passion is gamification in the classroom. She is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Master Trainer, a Surface Expert, and ambassador for both Seesaw and Common Sense. She and her husband have three dogs and enjoy living life in the Atlanta area.
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