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Now’s the time to take your Google Classroom to the next level! Come learn how to maximize Google Classroom for remote teaching and learning purposes with embedded opportunities for social emotional learning, more complex assignments, interactive learning environments, tools for one-on-one student support and opportunities to differentiate practice to fit your students’ needs’ Read More

Leverage Schoology features to create synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities while growing community. Materials, gradebook, attendance, analytics, and conferences will be reviewed so you are ready to use Schoology to its fullest! Read More

Beginning and intermediate Seesaw users will take a deeper dive into the many features of Seesaw and models of how we can organically embed authentic social emotional supports. Learn to create your own custom Seesaw activities. Also discover how Seesaw’s built-in features—like folders, skills, and blogs—can help streamline the assessment and feedback processes, whether at home or in the classroom. This session is perfect for educators who have attended our beginning Seesaw session or who use Seesaw and want to learn more. Read More

The ability to make screen recordings has become an essential skill. What are the benefits of Loom, Screencastify, Screencast-o-Matic, Quicktime, as compared to other tools? Learn how to make a video, share a video, and edit a video. Also, learn about some best practices and fun ideas for screencasts. Read More

Strengthening family, school, and community bonds is a critical factor in raising student achievement, closing achievement gaps, and attaining school improvement goals. In this webinar you will learn how to use NEA Family and Community Engagement Micro-credentials to strengthen your relationships with families and community members. 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

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