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Develop Supportive Strategies for Hybrid Teaching and Learning

Wed., April 06, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Discover valuable preparation strategies and pedagogical approaches that support meaningful hybrid learning experiences for both teachers and students. Explore how you can design and implement these practices and create engagement and well-being.

Blended and online learning is now an educational fact of life. This webinar is for K-12 educators at all levels. It will build on the growing work of those passionate about individualized learning.

We will share with you:

  • Models for developing and sustaining a sense of community and connectivity
  • Research on measuring and improving student engagement in virtual learning
  • Strategies for creating hybrid learning activities and assessments
Speakers
Dr. Catherine Zeisner
Department of Educational Leadership & Administration, School of Education, Gonzaga University, WA
Dr. Catherine Zeisner is an assistant professor at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Catherine teaches masters and doctoral candidates and is the co-director of the principal certification program in the department of educational leadership and administration (DELA). She believes all students can learn and all teachers can thrive in our diverse educational settings. As an ADHD program teacher, vice-principal, and principal, Catherine proved that relationships are the key to school success by bridging the gaps between what’s needed and what’s possible.

Dr. Elfreda Massie
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Becca Shapiro
Manager of Professional Development Services, Class

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