Primary Teacher Blended Learning Sessions
August 12, 2020
It's time for hands-on support that is specifically designed for primary teachers! In these sessions, we're showing you how to successfully create engaging blended learning experiences for little learners right now. You need a simple toolkit that will be easy for students and families to use, a blended learning classroom to keep everything organized in one place, lesson templates and effective strategies for delivering interactive lessons...we've got you covered! Choose the pathway below or customize your own schedule.
Primarily Google: How to Create an Engaging Blended Classroom for TK-3
Creating an engaging blended classroom for young learners can be challenging. You need a simple set of tools that are not only easy for you to use, but for your students and their families. G Suite is the ultimate primary toolkit and in this session, we're going step-by-step to get you set up with each tool. We're reviewing best practices so you can leave ready to create your blended classroom that actually works for young students.
How to Create Primary Lessons for a Blended Learning Environment
Ready to save time creating primary lessons that will work for face- to-face and remote learning? In this session, you're getting hands-on support to create lessons that will actually work for your blended classroom. Jamboard and Google Drawings are two tools that will transform your lessons and help you infuse that interaction and engagement young learners need! Get ready to be able to create lessons now that will seamlessly transition between remote and face-to-face learning.
How to Set New Students and Families up for Success in a Blended Learning Environment
The start of the new school year is going to look different. Students and families are going to need even more support as they navigate a blended learning environment. In this session, we're giving you tools, activities, and strategies to make this transition easier for students and families. You're going to leave this session with a plan for how you will communicate, connect and support your students to set them up for success this year and take all of the mystery, confusion and overwhelm out of the equation.
Design and Deliver Interactive Asynchronous Lessons for TK-3 Students
When young learners already have a short attention span, how do you deliver asynchronous lessons that are actually engaging and interactive? We're keeping it simple in this session by showing you how to use a couple of tools to deliver meaningful lessons face-to-face or remotely. Leave this session confident in your ability to incorporate tools into your blended learning classroom to keep your students engaged.