Creating student engagement with STEM learning is more challenging than ever as educators transition to distance learning.
In this edWebinar, Kirstin Harrington, EdTech Coach from Flagler County Schools, discusses how she is supporting teachers and students with STEM activities to keep students learning and engaged at home.
In this edWebinar, learn:
Also learn more about Unruly Splats sponsoring $250K worth of Splats to educators through their COVID19 Educator Grant.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to kindergarten through middle school teachers, librarians, library media specialists, technology integration specialists and coaches, principals, and school and district leaders
Presented by Kristin Harrington, EdTech Coach, Flagler County Schools, FL
Hosted by Lauren Watkins, Marketing Lead, Unruly Splats
Sponsored by Unruly Splats
See how you can bring the Texas Chief Science Officer program to your school. This is an open Q&A chat for families, students, educators & community organizations. Join Dr. Stephanie Garcia, the Texas regional lead for the international CSO program, with your questions and coffee in hand! Learn how to join or champion this incredible student-driven STEM program.
►►►This edWebinar will feature two innovative, tech-savvy secondary-level educators in math and science. Beth Tumminello and Kim Gardner will explore techniques, lesson plan development, tech tools—many of which have free versions—and more for middle grade math and high school science. These two teachers will share what they’ve learned and experienced during the sudden transition to remote learning and will highlight the instructional delivery techniques and tactics they plan to carry forward as school re-opens in multiple models this year.
Presented by; Zak Champagne (from Pearson K-12 Learning)
Duration: 1 hour per webinar (pre-recorded)
It’s important to continue to build community and focus on student thinking. This opportunity will allow us all the chance to learn how to not make virtual learning just drill and practice, but to continue to engage our students as mathematicians who think, communicate, listen, share, and challenge each other as we learn together.