PD for teachers

 


Completed Webinars

Gamification Basics – November 3 at 7PM EDT/4PM PST 

Watch the entire recorded webinar below or select from the section you’d like to listen to:

  1. What is a Game?

2. What is Gamification?

3. What are the benefits of Gamification in the classroom?

4. How do you incorporate Gamification into your classes?

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the qualities of gamification.
  • Identify the benefits of gamification.
  • Implement a gamification model into new or existing assignments.
  • Describe how gamification ties into other aspects of learning.

Differentiated Instruction – November 15 at 7PM EDT/4PM PST

Watch the entire recorded webinar below or select from the section you’d like to listen to:

  1. What is differentiated instruction?

2. Why is differentiated instruction important?

3. What are different forms of differentiated instruction?

4. How do you incorporate differentiated instruction into your classroom?

Learning Objectives

  • Define and recognize elements of differentiated instruction.
  • Identify and discuss the benefits of differentiated instruction and its role in the modern classroom.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of various types of differentiated instruction techniques and practices.
  • Employ a differentiated learning model into a future teaching activity.

Power of Personalization – November 29 at 7PM EDT/4PM PST

Watch the entire recorded webinar below or select from the section you’d like to listen to:

  1. How is the world today built on personalization?

2. What is the relationship between personalization and personalized learning?

3. How does personalization enhance a child’s learning experience?

4. How can you bring personalization into your classroom?

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the prevalence of personalization in our society.
  • Explain three benefits of personalization in learning.
  • Identify and implement strategies to maximize personalization in classroom learning.

Disruptive Technology – December 7 at 7PM EDT/4PM PST

  1. What is disruptive technology?


  2. What are the concerns about disruptive technology?


  3. How can teachers incorporate low/no cost technology into their curriculum?

  4. How can teachers facilitate student collaboration using existing technology?

Learning Objectives

  • Define disruptive technology and list a few examples.
  • Effectively integrate different technological tools into their curriculum.
  • Demonstrate to students the different ways in which students can collaborate with each other and with their teachers using technology.

The Connected Classroom – December 15 at 7PM EDT /4PM PST

  1. What is a “Connected Classroom”?


  2. What are the challenges of obtaining a Connected Classroom?


  3. How can you maintain a great Connected Classroom?

Learning Objectives

  • Define what it means to be a Connected Classroom and describe its importance in today’s world.
  • Identify and navigate potential challenges of implementing technology in your class/at your school.
  • Know how to effectively manage the tools of a Connected Classroom.

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