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March 25, 2020

Join REL Midwest Tomorrow For A Webinar On Transitioning To An e-Learning Environment

Note this webinar scheduled for tomorrow.

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Join REL Midwest TOMORROW for a Webinar on Transitioning to an e-Learning Environment

Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest and the Region 9 Comprehensive Center are hosting a “quick chat” webinar tomorrow, Thursday, March 26, from 2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. CT, focused on strategies for effectively teaching K–12 students in a virtual setting.

The webinar will feature REL Midwest senior researcher Marshal Conley, who will share research-based strategies to consider while transitioning classroom practices to an e-learning environment. Participants also will hear from two K–12 educators: Lindsey Jensen, 2018 Illinois Teacher of the Year with Dwight Public Schools and Jim Johnson, a history teacher with Illinois School District 308. Both Jensen and Johnson will share the approaches they are using to connect with students, develop lesson plans, and manage student work in a virtual environment.

To register for the event, please click here.

March 26, 2020
2:30–3:00 p.m. CT
Register here: Zoom Webinar Link

If you cannot attend the live event, register to be notified when the webinar archive is available.

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