Never Underestimate the Power of a Teacher!
Whether in a physical, virtual, or blended classroom, let us never underestimate the power of the TEACHER! To all the awesome teachers who are doing the best they can to create connections and build positive relationships that engage students in their learning so they can be empowered to be the best they can be - THANK YOU! We APPRECIATE you! We NEED you!
Join us in our webinars this week as we discuss the great things teachers are doing, and share ideas for ways you can increase your presence in your virtual classes.
Webinar: Just Add You! The Power of Teacher Presence
Dr. Patricia Mulroy, World of Learning Supervisor
In physical, virtual, or blended classrooms, it is the teacher that has the ability to beautifully orchestrate harmonious interactions that create a sense of belonging for each student while facilitating meaningful and worthwhile learning experiences. Whether you have been a teacher in a physical classroom who has suddenly found yourself as a teacher in a virtual world, attend this webinar for tips to help you let your students know you are present.
Tuesday, May 5th at Noon | JOIN THIS WEBINAR
Webinar: Bring the Learning to Life: Give Screencasting a Try
Christine Davis, Virtual Learning Specialist
A screencast is a video in which you capture what his happening on your screen, but it can also be a great way to establish your presence in your virtual classes. In this session, we will share some tips and resources for using screencasting to save time, effort, and increase your presence online.
Thursday, May 7th at Noon | JOIN WEBINAR
Learn more about how an effective teacher connects all the various tools, resources, and knowledge to create an authentic learning experience that engages the student. Read the Teachers - We Need You! post by Dr. Aiko Malynda Maurer of Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8.
View past webinar recordings and slides, including our recent ones about high-quality text resources, Immersive Reader, Social & Emotional Learning, and more! https://www.myextendedcampus.com/resources