Collaboration Strategies for
Webinar: Collaboration Strategies for Hybrid & Distance Learning
3:30pm – 4:00pm EST
Collaborative student learning experiences are essential to high quality instruction, yet doing so in hybrid and distance learning models can be quite the challenge. In this webinar, we will explore effective strategies along with powerful educational technology tools and platforms that can help you create collaborative learning experiences for your students in multiple learning modalities.
Who Should Attend?
The webinar is designed for:
Classroom Teachers K-12
Meet the Webinar Host:
Tom Driscoll is the Digital Learning Director for the Bristol Warren Regional School District in Rhode Island. He has also joined the team at EdTechTeacher in 2017, providing schools, districts, and educational organizations a range of consulting and professional development services aimed at transforming teaching and learning with technology. His most recent research and training focuses on personalization, deeper learning, and modern civic education (new Modern Civics Project here!)
Previously, Tom taught high school social studies in Connecticut while also regularly speaking at conferences and consulting with school districts across the nation. He has also authored chapters for several books on instructional technology including “Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement” and “Flipping 2.0.” Tom has a Master’s Degree in Computing in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and continues to research how innovative applications of emerging technologies can fundamentally transform teaching and personalize student learning.
Tom lives in Coventry, RI with his wife Michaela and two young children. He can be spotted across Rhode Island coaching the sport he loves (former Vassar College Basketball player) as well as every other rec and travel team his kids end up involved in. You can contact him at email@example.com or connect on Twitter (@TomDriscollEDU) and Instagram (@TomDriscollEDU)
For more information about these workshops, please contact Gail Ross-McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-377-9518 ext 1.