|Professional Development Opportunities in a Technology Enhanced Learning Environment
The summer professional development schedule continues until July 30th. VLC staff will be leading these workshops, along with instructional technology professionals from St. Louis area school districts. Some workshops provide graduate credit to those interested! To register for any tele workshop by visiting www.csd.org/tele.
- Using Digital Portfolios to Collect & Evaluate Student Work
- Taking Discovery Education streaming to the Next Level
- Getting Social in the Classroom 7/12
- Creating Tech-Rich Lessons with Cool Tools 7/16 & 7/17
- Digital Citizenship - It's Common Sense 7/18 & 7/19 | As educators, we must prepare students to live in a world without physical boundaries and help them learn how to work with others, virtually or otherwise.
- Grading Digital Work 7/25
- Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works 7/23, 7/24 & 7/26 | You will 1) learn about the McREL nine research-based instructional strategies for enhancing student achievement as researched by Robert Marzano, 2) discuss ways in which to use technology with these strategies, and 3) begin planning technology-infused lessons or units that use effective instructional practices.
- Copyright or Wrong: So What's Fair Use Anyway? 7/27 | Leave with a clearer understanding of Creative Commons, Fair Use, and Copyright and a thoughtful process to think through them.
|New: Digital Storytelling with Mobile Devices |
(Two Graduate Credits Available)
July 10, 11 & 13 | 8:30-3:30 | Registration Required
Summer Price: $277 CSD member | $344 non-member
Do you have an iPad or Android tablet? Are you wondering if creating a digital story is too difficult? Help your students create their own digital stories by experiencing the process yourself. This three-day workshop teaches the pre-production, production and post-production phases of digital storytelling. You will have an opportunity to use either iMovie for the iPad or various Android apps. The workshop is a cross between a writer's workshop and a movie-making symposium. Bring a story to share, or select from one of the stories provided. Walk away with your own 2-3 minute movie and lots of ideas about how to help students create one.
This is a BYOD workshop. Participants must have basic knowledge of the devices they bring, and should also bring necessary cords and the manual to their device(s).
|Think Ahead to this Fall!|
Cooperating School Districts will continue to offer it's technology integration academies and as well as start year-long book studies this autumn.