After brainstorming ways to peer coach, two virtual charter school teachers use their affinity for distance learning tech and podcasting to reach fellow educators around the country.
One broadcast journalism teacher uses digital storytelling to share the world with his students, and his students with the world. In the process, he learns the stories of the students as well as their subjects.
The National Future of Education Technology® Conference today announced a partnership with the National Association of Esports Coaches and Directors that will bring professional development content covering esports programs to FETC 2020.
Just as teachers require professional development (PD) to learn how to integrate technology into the classroom, administrators need professional development as well.
As the educational technology coach and a district personalized learning coach for Verona Area High School, in Verona, Wisconsin, a key part of my role is supporting my colleagues as they learn to integrate technology into the classroom.
As a teacher, I spend the majority of my planning time trying to find new and insightful ways to engage my students, to give clear instructions, and to relate content to them.
The skill allows families real-time access to their child’s behavior in all classes as well as messages from school staff.
Attendees will receive hands-on training using data-collection technology, as well as a Go Direct® Temperature Probe for their classroom.
These three programs will be integrated in order to facilitate the educator’s implementation of Boxlight classroom solutions.
“EdSERT helps educators evaluate and build their own social-emotional competencies – everything from controlling emotions and impulses to adapting if a lesson or activity doesn’t go as planned. "