On-demand webinars

  • Join virtual school teachers Teresa Chmielewski, Wauwatosa Virtual Academy; Jen Goble, Indiana Connections Academy; and Director of Global Schools Mickey Revenaugh, Pearson, to explore how to personalize learning for every student.

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  • Join Principal Dr. Mary Jo Holmes, Robertson County Virtual School; Principal Janet Schell, Oxford Virtual Academy; and Managing Director Kevin Hogan, Tech & Learning Media Group, to explore pathways to graduation.

    In this session, educational leaders will share their best practices and learning solutions for serving a wide range of online learners, including:

    • academically advanced students
    • at-risk students
    • bullying victims
    • medically-fragile students
    • youth not thriving in traditional schools
     
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  • Join Professor Shelley Gaskin of Pasadena City College to discuss productivity apps and what students need to know about working in a connected workplace.

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  • Join Professor George Woodbury of College of the Sequoias to discover the advantages of having a growth-mindset over a fixed-mindset.

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    40 minutes
  • Join Professor David Magleby of Brigham Young University to explore how to stimulate more student engagement during the upcoming 2018 midterm election.

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  • Join Professor Jodie Lawston of California State University, San Marcos to explore how to balance the macro and the micro levels in the classroom, with an emphasis on empowering our students to engage with the social structure of society.  

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  • Join Professor Jenny McHenry, of Tallahassee Community College to discuss the challenges and advantages of using digital texts in the classroom.  

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  • Join Professor James S. Miller of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to discuss practical strategies for teaching students to identify, analyze and respond to the role that algorithms play in shaping their reading and writing process.

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    30 minutes