Where do your comfort and skill levels fall with regards to effectively using technology to enhance your productivity and/or student outcomes? Here’s a call to action- Join us July 28 for Collaborative Teaching with Technology!
What? Learn how to enhance instruction and improve student outcomes by meaningfully integrating technology into your collaborative classroom.
Who? This workshop is designed to address the needs of a variety of collaborative instructional arrangements, whether providing co-teaching, inclusion support, or classroom consultation. This workshop is designed for YOU:
- Inclusion support
- Assistive technology
- ESL support
- Total tech novice
- I feel pretty confident in my tech skills
- I don’t have access to technology in my classroom
- I only have my teacher computer and 1 iPad/Chromebook
How? Through guided practice, you will use a variety of simple yet powerful technology tools for planning, data collection, formative assessment, differentiated instruction, and instructional accommodations.
You will also have a chance to explore additional self-selected technology tools relevant to your particular instructional arrangement and student needs.
Why, again? Having participated in examples of meaningful technology integration across varied classroom activities and practiced using the tech tools, you will be able to hit the ground running with engaging strategies for students and strategies for your own productivity and organization.
Where? Region 13
This workshop is a joint effort between Region 13 Specialists including Leslie Barrett (edtech/librarian), Kim West (special educator), Chris Teter (special educator/administrator) and Nichole Kertis Barton (AT/OT). We’re excited to bring our different perspectives as well as be able to differentiate support based on your needs! Please let us know if you have any questions.
- Leslie.Barrett@esc13.txed.net 512-919-5451
- Nichole.Kertis@esc13.txed.net 512-919-5246
- Chris.Teter@esc13.txed.net 512-919-5420
- Kim.West@esc13.txed.net 512-919-5314
For more details login to Ecampus and use workshop code SU1736528