From Thursday’s inbox – a few K-12 online and blended learning…
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I guess for ease we can name these groupings, we can use the ones I have included above. Also, can you please make sure that the webinar’s are listed in order that I have them listed above. Below each grouping is what we should write as the “intro’ at the top of each email.
Provided by eduplanet21
In traditional professional development, teachers receive training along with their colleagues, and they are expected to integrate this training into the classroom on their own, or in small professional learning communities. There is little personalized learning or pre-assessment of their individual needs. The “flipped” version of this process sees teachers accessing key resources in an organic and self-directed way—allowing for just-in-time, just-for-me learning of ideas based on their own curiosity.
How One District Successfully Met the Needs of 163 Homebound Students–While Saving Money in the Process
Provided by K12
Read this free whitepaper to discover how K12 made it so none of the students who weren’t able to attend school were held back.
Provided by TechSmith
Teachers in Minnesota’s Stillwater Area Public Schools are using Camtasia software from TechSmith to create videos for students to watch outside of class. This has enabled teachers to increase one-on-one time with their students during school hours—turning the classroom into “more of a workshop where [teachers can] work with each student.”
Provided by GovConnection
Adobe has created an easy-to-manage, term-based licensing program that gives schools access to new versions of Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications. With this new program, schools and academic departments can have the creative tools they need to be more productive, foster creativity in teaching and learning, and help students develop the digital communication skills essential for success in college and beyond.
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