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Unmuting Student Voice

Wednesday, April 27, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT

Unmuting Student Voice

Presented by Stephanie Howell, Instructional Tech Coach, Pickerington Local School District (OH); and Luis Pertuz, Technology Integration Specialist, Colegio Marymount Barranquilla (Colombia)
Moderated by Rachel Langenhorst, Instructional Coach and Tech Integrationist, Rock Valley School District (IA); Senior Education Specialist, Mayo Clinic; and Adjunct Professor in the Master of Education Program, Northwestern College and the University of Sioux Falls

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Can you hear me? How about now? As part of the Portrait of a Modern Learner series, this edWebinar focuses on the critical topic of student voice. Learn how to move from “sage on the stage” to a more student-focused classroom by providing opportunities for students to become the creative communicators needed in life beyond school.

Hear from Global GEG leading educators as they offer practical, immediately applicable tools, resources, and strategies for taking the next steps toward allowing more student-driven voice and choice in your classroom. Roadblocks are also addressed, complete with action steps to overcome them. Through technology, we can allow students to communicate in ways that amplify the voice of every single student in class. By taking these important leaps now, we create students who are communicators, advocates, and collaborative problem solvers at every age level.

This edWebinar is part of our Emerging Tech series on The Portrait of a Modern Learner. During the course of this year, we are presenting a series of edWebinars that address the traits and skills required for today’s students to be successful both now and in life beyond school. We examine various facets of school life at all levels, leaving participants with myriad resources and immediately applicable action steps to make a student-centered modern classroom a reality.

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, education technology leaders, and school and district leaders.

Stephanie HowellAbout the Presenters

Stephanie Howell has been working in Pickerington Schools since 2014. She has spoken at conferences such as ISTE, ITIP and OETC. Her most recent achievements are being a part of the team named ISTE’s Distinguished District, the WOSU Leadership Award, becoming a Google Innovator, and PLSD’s Innovative Leader Award. Stephanie is one of the founding members of Global GEG and Gold EDU. She has a master’s in curriculum and instruction and educational leadership.

Luis PertuzLuis Pertuz has been in education for over 20 years (he has taught children of former students). He’s a Google Certified Educator, Trainer, and Innovator (#NYC19!). He’s also a WeVideo Ambassador, an Apple Teacher and a few more certifications in there somewhere. He also holds two master’s degrees, one in global entrepreneurship and another in educational management. Luis works as a technology integration specialist, but in his “spare” time he’s also one of the many amazing people at Global GEG, which he co-founded with Stephanie Howell and four more of the best friends he’s never actually met in person.

Rachael LangenhorstAbout the Moderator

Rachel Langenhorst is a technology integrationist and instructional coach in Rock Valley, Iowa; a senior educational specialist for Mayo Clinic; and an adjunct professor in the Master of Education program at Northwestern College and the University of Sioux Falls where she teaches courses in education technology and leadership. A 25+ year veteran in education, Rachel prides herself on being a change agent and life-long learner. Her biggest fulfillment comes in educating and empowering others through collaboration, creation, and connection. She speaks and instructs throughout the country, focusing her efforts on technology-integration strategies, individualized professional learning, and effective teaching practices. Rachel serves as an advisory board member and contributor for edWeb.net, has enjoyed participating in productions for The House of EdTech podcast and Education Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of edtech magazines.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2022
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