California ASCD and Tech Teachers, Inc. present:
From Panic to Practical:
Remote Learning Done Right!
Overview Commercial of the Series Panic to Practical: Remote Learning Done Right Series
Available Starting September 10, 2020 through November 10, 2020!
Register online at www.cascd.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Cheryl Casagrande @ 530-520-9412
We are all on-board for better remote everything, so here is the professional learning series to move you from paralysis to awesome teaching and learning. Join Meg in the transformational journey taking you from panic to practical real tools, tips, and tricks to tackle remote learning with the least possible stress. The five asynchronous sessions (On-Demand) are self-paced and filled with opportunities for collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. Develop best practices to increase student thinking. Develop best practices to increase student engagement in a remote setting using a combination of digital tools and high leverage instructional strategies. Stop worrying about the things you cannot control and join the fun as we all navigate the new remote learning done right!
As a Result of This Transition Series Teachers Will be Able To:
- Define the difference between compliance, engagement, and empowerment in a NOW Classroom.
- Identify specific strategies teachers can use to shift from a teacher-centered classroom to empowering learners.
- Explain how students can self-group and collaborate based on the projects using a variety of technology tools.
- Explore how teachers can help students structure independent projects around personal learning goals.
- Investigate how to create personalized learning paths for each student and how to monitor progress using a variety of technology tools.
- Identify ways students can receive immediate feedback as they complete various projects.
- Explore the ways students can use technology to solve real-world problems, personalize their learning, and connect with outside experts and co-learners.
- Ensuring equity in the remote learning environment
Who Owns the Learning? Shifts from Compliance to Empowerment
How Does Instruction Need to Change?
Why Modify Assignments?
How Do Students Receive Feedback and Assessments?
How Can Technology be Used to Solve Real-World Problems?
Meg Ormiston: For more than 25 years, she has been involved in professional development that focuses on changing instructional practice in the classroom. Meg marries her passion for teaching with a deep curriculum background and more than 12 years as a classroom teacher, Meg has authored five books, written numerous articles, collaborated on professional videos, and participated in many personal learning communities. She brings all of this to each professional development session, with a dynamic presentation style and a great sense of humor.