Even veteran teachers are saying the previous year felt like “first-year teaching.” Now that we’ve survived it, it’s time to process and think intentionally about what aspects of distance learning we want to hold onto moving forward. Educators taking this course will be led through a series of self-paced activities toward intentional decision making for enhancing existing and/or new material with an eye toward equitable integration of technology. Emphasis will be on theories of best practices for meeting the needs of all learners.
Participants will leave the course with a differentiated unit plan integrating digital tools that adhere to theories of best practices for meeting the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse learners.
What You'll Learn
- Confidently articulate your experiences with distance learning
- Analyze your experience with distance learning and identify key tools and strategies for integration of educational technology that further advances access and inclusion of all learners.
- Plan and design a differentiated unit plan integrating digital tools that adhere to theories of best practices for meeting the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse learners.
- Reflect upon best practices for educational technology integration
Who Should Attend
- School Administrators
- University Faculty