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The World Returns to Somewhat Normal: Now I Have All These New Tools - How Can I Be Sure I Won’t Forget About Them?
The pivot to virtual/hybrid teaching and learning has literally forced educators to go all digital. Teachers are now using innovative digital tools to make learning engaging and successful during the pandemic. Now that we have all of these tools, how will we ensure that we don’t forget what we have learned when we return to F2F instruction? In this hands-on session, participants will become familiar with Task-Tool matrices that other educators have made as “Quick Start Guides” for remembering tools they found effective during the pandemic. Then, participants will create their own Task-Tool Matrix to use as a Quick Start Guide in their own classroom. Participants will then learn how to transition the matrix to an interactive, collaborative tool that can be shared with other teachers on social networks.

Session level: Beginner
Session duration: 1-hour

You will receive a post-webinar email 24-hours after the completion of the session with a link to the certificate of attendance.

Nov 10, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jennifer Courduff, Ph.D.
Jennifer Courduff, Ph.D. is a Professor in the School of Education at Azusa Pacific University. Dr. Courduff works in the M.Ed. program: Learning and Technology, a combined credential and master’s program, where she develops and teaches courses in online learning environments. Her research focus includes technology integration in special education and inclusive environments, assistive technology, and mobile learning.
Sarah Orton, M. Ed.
Sarah Orton is an elementary school teacher in Texas. She earned a Masters of Education Degree in Elementary Education from Loyola University, Chicago and holds an English Language Learner Certificate. Sarah teaches gifted and talented students in the Texas Public Schools and currently works as a Professional Developer. Her passion is in teaching reading and finding ways to integrate technology into the classroom.