The EdTech Center @ World Education will host the second of its Distance Education Strategy Sessions this Friday at 10:00 Pacific/12:00 Central/ and 1:00 Eastern. The webinar will feature two lightning talks - brief presentations on key topics. Attendees will then choose to attend a breakout discussion on either of the topics. This week features ESOL teacher Nan Frydland talking about her use of What's App as a key instructional resource and Ginnette Chandler and Tiffany Brand sharing how New Hampshire makes use of the Teacher Verification Model for capturing proxy contact hours for distance learning. Click here to register for the webinar.
Questions and comments may be posted before or after the webinar in this LINCS discussion thread: EdTech Center Distance Education Strategy webinar Friday 3. 27
David J. Rosen, Moderator
LINCS CoP Integrating Technology and Program Management groups
We continue to persevere during these challenging times!
As we scramble to serve our students, I wanted to make you aware of a few resources that have appeared around our community in case you missed them:
EdTech Center at World Education Distance Education Strategy Session 1
The first session that the EdTech Center facilitated happened on March 20th. You can find the main recording HERE
Google Teach from Home
Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start
The Chronicle of Higher Education has published a short article on both on the mechanics of getting started with online teaching but also some best teaching practices.
The Change Agent Call for Articles
The Change Agent, a publication written by adult learners, is asking for article submissions by your students on the COVID-19 crisis.
Stay safe and teach on!
LINCS Reading and Writing CoP Moderator
Thank you, Steve!
Stay safe and well everyone!
Yes! There is a page where people can sign up for the strategy sessions and where they can view past recordings. Here is a link to that page.
Thanks Jeff! I know you were a valuable part of these EdTech Center discussions. We appreciate all you are doing with your non-profit CrowdED Learning during this time programs are scrambling for online learning solutions.