Return-to-Learn Teacher Support Series: 3 workshop bundle (Best Value!)
- Dates: September 23, 2020
October 7, 2020
October 21, 2020
- Next Occurrence Sep 23, 2020
- Times: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Host: Van Andel Institute for Education
- Phone: (616) 307-3766
- Category: Lecture/Education
- Price Per Person: $35 (all 3 workshops)
Return-to-Learn Teacher Support Series Bundle
This school year is going to be unlike any we’ve ever seen. We’ve set up a series of virtual workshops to help teachers 1) discover teacher hack tech tips for distance learning, 2) increase student engagement, and 3) equip students with SEL skills during these uncertain times. By registering for the workshop bundle you save 22% off the list price.
Check out the full workshop descriptions below, and reserve your spot today:
You Got This: Tips and Tricks for Crushing Distance Learning | Wednesday, September 23
Whether you’re teaching in an in-person, virtual, or hybrid environment, distance learning is a necessary tool in the teacher’s toolkit for the 20-21 school year. In this session, you’ll learn tips for organization, management, communication, and connection in a remote learning environment. From hyperdocs to animated agendas, we’ll explore hi-tech, low-tech, and no-tech best practices that will set you up for success should you find yourself in a planned (or unplanned) distance learning environment!
Is Anybody With Me? Strategies for Engaging Students in Distance Learning | Wednesday, October 7
Looking for ways to keep your students engaged in distance learning? Worried your students may not fully participate or show up at all? In this session, learn practical strategies and tools to genuinely engage students in a remote learning environment. Discover resources to help support the work you are doing and create meaningful, authentic learning experiences that can totally work with distance learning!
Don’t SEL Them Short! Fostering Social and Emotional Learning Skills | Wednesday, October 21
The 2020-2021 school year is ushering in a level of teacher and student stress like no other. Students will need well-developed social and emotional skills to successfully navigate not only these uncertain times, but also future relationships and challenges in college, career, and beyond. So, how do we explicitly develop these skills within our students? How do we do so in an in-classroom, distance, or blended environment? In this session, discover teacher-tested strategies to meaningfully improve SEL skills in conjunction with your content-area instruction. Leave with practical ideas for equipping students with the skills you know will matter well into their futures.