Making the Move to Virtual Learning
General Description This learning opportunity is ideal if you are looking for tips or additional support making the transition to virtual lessons. Explore strategies and resources that can be used to design lessons for off-line learning, on-line learning, and in-person learning with social distancing. Create instructional videos and upload them to your Google Classroom. Investigate [...]
Upcoming Live Classes
Wednesdays, Sept 2nd – Sept 23rd
4 Weeks, Meets Once a Week for 1 Hour
3:00pm HST – 4:00pm HST
Optional pre-class check-in: August 26th @3pm
Live Class Description
The live version of this course allows you to interact with classmates from all over the country as you learn from experienced state and nationally certified experts. This option is ideal if you prefer to collaborate with others as you learn. Access all of the self-paced course content. Collaborate with classmates and interact with a live instructor. Get feedback on assignments, strategies, and resources. Attend instructor dependent office-hours for additional and individualized support.
Personal Coach Description
Personal coaches are standing by to partner with you, your school, or your school district on this learning journey. Coaching sessions are ideal for those in need of customized learning plans based on your unique situation. The results of a needs assessment is used to customize on-site and virtual learning sessions, results-oriented implementation plans, milestones, and ongoing progress reports.
Attend this class if you want to meet your classmates, check to make sure you are registered, and make sure your system will work properly when the class begins.
Reduce virtual clutter. Keep it simple.
There are plenty of resources out there. How do you process them all? And how do you keep your sanity with so many distractions. This lesson explores strategies for reducing the flood of incoming resources and keep lesson planning simple. Educators will utilize a simple lesson framework and free resources to design lessons for off-line learning, on-line learning, and in-person learning activities for students. .
Create one lesson. Use it three ways.
How do you design differentiated lessons from scratch? How do you create different lessons for different learning environments and make modifications and accommodations for different levels of learning? Are you overwhelmed with all the differences? This lesson shows you how to use one lesson and repurpose it for on-line, off-line, and in-person learning. It explains how to address hybrid classrooms, alternating schedules, varying learning levels, and other individual needs. Educators utilize the tips and exercises in this lesson to create their own differentiated lesson.
Keep your students engaged. Create a feedback loop.
This lesson investigates strategies for developing an engaging classroom culture, communicating with parents, and monitoring student progress. Utilize games, videos, communication, and collaboration resources to make student engagement a breeze.
Build a sense of community. Extend your reach beyond the physical classroom.
This lesson explores strategies and resources that can be used to build a sense of community that extends your reach beyond the in-person classroom setting and makes classroom management a breeze.. Students don't care what you know until they know you care. Utilize strategies and technological resources to make individual touch points and motivation strategies enjoyable.
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Pre-class check-ins and systems tests are optional opportunities to verify your registration for the course and to test your mic, video, and other systems requirements before the class begins.