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Transitioning from Assigning Work to Effective, Engaging Teaching and Learning
Monday, August 24, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Nikki La Londe, Director of Professional Learning, HMH
Hosted by Amy DeLucia, Director of Marketing, HMH
Sponsored by HMH Online Professional Learning
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How do we move from just assigning learning tasks to facilitating purposeful and intentional teaching and learning in a hybrid or remote learning environment? Watch 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 recorded edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 school and district leaders, curriculum directors, and professional development coordinators and coaches.
About the Presenter
Nikki La Londe, an educator for over 15 years, is motivated every day to make the most of her partnerships with leaders, teachers, and students. She has served as an elementary and middle school math teacher, 6-8 administrator, and participated on a school improvement committee. As a director of professional learning with HMH, she is focused on maximizing every action task within an implementation plan to ensure growth for each stakeholder. She provides and supports K-12 professional development by facilitating professional learning courses and coaching for school-based math instructional leaders and teachers across the country. Nikki regularly speaks at conferences such as NCSM, NCTM, CMC South and CMC North. Nikki is also one of the hosts for the podcast Method to the Mathness launched in January 2019 that features thought leaders such as Marilyn Burns, Matt Larson, Jennifer Lempp and more!
About the Host
Amy DeLucia is a former high school teacher, virtual learning innovator, sports coach, adjunct community college professor and currently serves as the director of marketing for professional learning at HMH. Amy is dedicated to improving teaching and learning for students across the country and is inspired by teachers and leaders during this challenging time.
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