COVID-19: Moving Your Classes Online
The CDC has encouraged schools to be prepared to transition classes to online learning if COVID-19 is in their community.*
With the spread of the Coronavirus, schools are making the rapid switch to online teaching. Many teachers feel unprepared as their classes transition to online. In this webinar, educators will gain the skills needed to be successful in teaching online classes. Understand what works best in an online class setting.
In this webinar you will:
  • Learn the basics of running effective online classes and live meetings
  • Understand what is feasible and meaningful to learners and how to set realistic expectations
  • Examine how online classes are an extension of the classroom
  • Review best practices for email, feedback, and language in an online class setting
This live webinar event is FREE and open to the public  

Instructor:
Kimberly Greene

Date:
Thursday, March 19th

Time:
4:00-5:00pm Pacific

Who should attend: 
-Pre K-16 teachers
-Teacher candidates
-School administrators
-Para-educators/Aides
If you are unable to attend the live webinar please still register. All registrants will receive a recording of the live webinar and a copy of the PowerPoint slide deck the next business day.
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