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Sep 09, 2020
12:00 PM EST
Diagnosis from the Driver's Seat ›
This presentation will focus on the diagnostics that can be performed from the driver's seat even before the hood of the car is opened. These diagnostics are easy to perform, however, they provide an abundance of details.
Sep 08, 2020
1:00 PM EST
Grading, Assessment, and Strategies for Implementing the LEARN Series ›
Grading creativity is hard! Learn how to ensure grading never impedes creativity while preparing students for success on the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Certifications exam.
Aug 27, 2020
1:00 PM EST
Cultivating Creativity by Extending Projects in the LEARN Series ›
The LEARN series of books includes the world's greatest curriculum and level-up challenges at the end of every project. Learn how to use these level-up challenges to extend student comprehension and your own.
Aug 19, 2020
12:00 PM EST
Hybrid and Electric Vehicles for the Gasoline Instructor ›
Learn about the successful integration of hybrid and electric vehicles into a traditional automotive program. Topics covered include safety, tools, and equipment, as well as basic technical information.
On-Demand Teaching Strategies for Off-Campus Learning with the LEARN Series ›
With uncertain access to on-campus labs and textbooks, the LEARN series of books provides a fully online option for students to learn anywhere- even using their cell phones! Learn how to implement this curriculum in a traditional, hybrid or fully online course.
On-Demand Reimagining the Automotive Classroom: Teaching in the World of Covid ›
In this time of distance and remote learning, this presentation covers flexible curriculum, student engagement, classroom and lab space management. The focus is less technical and more classroom management.
May 28, 2020
9:00 AM EST
Teaching Listening Comprehension During Remote Learning ›
Listening comprehension is an essential skill for today’s students, especially as a foundational building block for literacy. We know that better listeners are better learners. Research shows that students can listen at least two grade levels higher than they can read. Join us in learning more about different ways including using podcasts to help students with their listening and comprehension skills even while learning remotely. Teaching with podcasts is a fun and engaging way to teach content, language, and grow listening skills. We'll explore how to integrate resources into your instruction and how you can use Listenwise’s collection of podcasts to unlock literacy.
May 21, 2020
5:00 PM EST
Setting and Accomplishing Goals for Students and Teachers in School and at Home ›
Communities have goals for their children. They want them to read well and to have sufficient levels of mathematics and content knowledge and skills so that they can grow up to have productive lives. Often these goals are not made explicit to students. Further, one aspect of productive lives is often overlooked in schools--how reasonable goals are identified and accomplished. Building from her previous webinar of "Ways to Recognize, Celebrate, & Share Learning—Wherever Students Are," this continuation presentation will have Elfrieda (Freddy) H. Hiebert go into greater detail about identifying and accomplishing goals. The objective of this session is to increase our awareness as educators of how goal identification and accomplishment works with our students and also in our own professional and personal lives.
May 21, 2020
2:00 PM EST
More than Circuits: Elevate Science with littleBits ›
Jeremy Macdonald, Sr. Manager, Education Content & Training, and Jessica Williams, Technology Integration Specialist, presents More than Circuits: Elevate Science with littleBits: Bring STEAM to life with littleBits! Join Sphero's Jeremy Macdonald and one of Sphero's amazing heroes, Jessica Williams, to learn all about the Invention Cycle, how to integrate littleBits across various levels, and leave with valuable resources you can use in your school and community to get started right away!
May 20, 2020
3:15 PM EST
Going Green [Screen] for Student Engagement ›
Mary Morgan, Professional Development Manager, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas, TX, presents Going Green [Screen] for Student Engagement: Go green in your classroom! Green screen that is! Learn how to use green screen technology to engage students and reinforce science learning with simple, affordable supplies. Green screen techniques are an excellent way to apply the NGSS Science and Engineering Practice of Developing and Using Models and to incorporate art and literature into student products. We'll show examples of green screen use in both digital and physical learning environments. Students and teachers can use green screen to analyze, restate, and create new products by integrating science, technology, and art in creative ways. Let’s go green screen!

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On-Demand myView Literacy: The Big Picture ›
Explore the myView Literacy instructional model. You'll see how this simple model will bring balance and flexibility to your classroom. Teach the critical skills and strategies students need to be highly competent thinkers, readers and writers.
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