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Anyone in the education profession knows that working with students involves more than just subject matter and teaching methods. We teach students first, building relationships with young people that necessitate our awareness of when things might be going wrong for them.  This course will take you through how to become a trauma-informed educator, with special application to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The activities, journaling, exploration, and sharing that is suggested in this course will help you solidify concepts about trauma-informed teaching and process how they can be useful in your online or physical classroom. Read More

Learn how popular EdTech tools can be leveraged to collect formative assessment and inform instruction in an asynchronous environment. Read More

How can physical classroom routines (submitting work and getting help) be transformed for effective use in virtual spaces? This webinar will discuss how to teach students the necessary skills to confidently navigate virtual learning communities and also help students transition to virtual/remote learning that seems familiar to face-to-face instruction. Read More

Centering your K-12 science instruction around phenomena can build student engagement and understanding.  We’ll explore key aspects of science instruction, share NGSS-aligned resources for the new school year, and consider strategies (like Driving Question Boards) that support science in your K-12 (possibly virtual) classrooms.  Read More

Join us as we explore our favorite PK-13 edtech tools while also considering what quality lesson design at a distance looks like. We’ll share how we use guidelines like The Triple E Framework (Dr. Liz Kolb) to figure out how well our favorite tools are helping us engage our students and enhance and extend their learning goals. Read More

Our youngest learners are navigating the world online and off. How can we best accommodate the digital world, keeping our early childhood students’ diverse and unique needs in mind? Using technology to provide learning, but knowing when offline options are best or better—a look at evaluating technology and developing online activities for our students with parent supports Y5-2. Read More

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