In response to changing times, educators nationwide are using technology to leverage better instruction. It’s essential to blend traditional lesson plans with new technology to offer differentiated learning in the classroom.
New York (PRWEB) March 02, 2012
Time To Know, a complete online teaching and learning solution, is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, March 28 at 2 p.m. ET to discuss using technology to support improved instructional practices.
The webinar, “Powering The Digital Classroom: More Than Just Computers,” will be led by Thomas Greaves, chairman of the Greaves Group, and Barbara Rudolph, Principal of Davis Intermediate School in Wylie, Texas. Greaves and Rudolph will identify the steps to creating an optimal instructional environment through digital devices and integrated curriculum.
“In response to the changing times, educators nationwide are using technology to leverage better instruction,” said Thomas Greaves, chairman of the Greaves Group. “It’s essential to blend traditional lesson plans with new technology to offer differentiated learning in the classroom.”
In this webinar, attendees will:
- Learn nine key factors to successfully implement a digital initiative
- Discover through real world examples how to integrate technology into a digital curriculum
- Find out how to use “bring your own device” (BYOD) to fund a move to a digital classroom
- Hear from an educator who successfully aligned a professional learning program to support a digital initiative
About Time To Know
The Digital Teaching Platform from Time To Know is a complete cloud-based learning and teaching solution including core curriculum. In addition to the Digital Teaching Platform, Time To Know includes comprehensive professional learning and technology support to maximize teacher effectiveness and student achievement. The Time To Know math and language arts curriculum is fully aligned to the Common Core Standards as well as the New York State and Texas standards. Time To Know is implemented in 150 classrooms in Texas and New York, with additional international installations. It is also used in New York City's Innovation Zone (iZone) program. For more information, please visit http://www.timetoknow.com or call 888.559.6560. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.