Event Category: Past

July 6, 2020Virtual

Join Avra Robinson for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 6, 2020.

July 20, 2020Virtual

Join Tom Daccord for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 20, 2020.

July 27, 2020Virtual

Join Tom Driscoll for a Two-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on June 22, 2020.

July 27, 2020Virtual

Join Avra Robinson for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 13, 2020.

July 13, 2020Virtual

Join Tom Driscoll for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 13, 2020.

July 6, 2020Virtual

Join Tom Driscoll for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 6, 2020.

July 20, 2020Virtual

Join Greg Kulowiec for a Two-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 20, 2020.

July 13, 2020Virtual

Join Greg Kulowiec for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 13, 2020.

July 13, 2020Virtual

Join Greg Kulowiec for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 13, 2020.

July 27, 2020Virtual

Join Avra Robinson for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 27, 2020.

July 27, 2020Virtual

Join Avra Robinson for a One-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 27, 2020.

5/26 – 5/29Spring Online Course

In this one week course, EdTechTeacher instructor Greg Kulowiec we will explore how teachers can leverage audio, video and virtual environments to support remote learning experiences.

5/263PM – 4PM EST

In this EdTechTeacher webinar, we will explore several powerful yet practical ways to enhance engagement and authenticity in distance learning environments. First, we will explore how teachers can leverage games and simulations to engage students as well as how to facilitate student interaction with them remotely. We will then discuss various ways that teachers can spark real world learning through virtual field trips and guest speakers. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from others that have leveraged games, simulations, virtual field trips and guest speakers in their courses. Join us!

5/203:00pm EST

How can educators foster deeper student learning given current educational circumstances? How can school and district leaders encourage and support more engaging and authentic learning given the many challenges that we face? Educational leaders Scott McLeod, Tom Daccord, and Tom Driscoll will explore these ideas and provide participants with practical strategies and resources to help spark deeper learning in the classroom.

5/18 – 5/22Spring Online Course

In this one week course, EdTechTeacher instructor, Avra Robinson, will explore how teachers can create interactive learning experiences to support remote learning during extended school closings. Through a combination of synchronous and asynchronous activities, course participants will explore several different online learning environments, tools, and ideas that will engage students in a variety of ways. Some examples include creating interactive activities with Google Drawings, as well as exploring digital books and journals with Google Slides. We will also discover ways that teachers and students can utilize audio and video to augment communication, make connections, and give feedback. We will harness the power of digital choice boards as a tool for augmenting student voice and choice, and keep it all organized in Google Drive and Google Classroom. Overall, this course will provide ideas, strategies, and guided challenges with hands-on practice time to support teachers as they begin teaching remotely.

5/18 – 5/22Spring Online Course

G Suite Spring

In this one week course, EdTechTeacher instructor Greg Kulowiec we will explore how teachers can leverage G Suite, Google Drive and the core G Suite tools to create engaging, meaningful and intentionally designed digital experiences.

2/173:30pm EST

Webinar - Designing Supportive Digital Learning Environments for Young Learners - Avra Robinson

Digital learning environments can often be overwhelming and confusing for young learners. Join EdTechTeacher instructor, Avra Robinson, for some strategies and tools that can help teachers design digital learning environments to support student success.

5/142:30pm EST

avra google

Join EdTechTeacher and Avra Robinson to learn about a FREE online curriculum created by Google that combines real life skills with Google Tools in self-paced, video-based lessons that are perfect for remote or home learning.  From creating If-Then Adventure Stories, to researching and developing a topic, or managing a budget, the curriculum engages students in problem solving, critical thinking, and hands-on opportunities to develop skills and knowledge.  

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