Administrators across the K12 landscape want teachers spending more time with students, becoming facilitators and mentors of learning.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 02, 2016
WHAT: A no cost webinar for K-12 educators and administrators who want to learn how to break the cycle of district and classroom inefficiencies and instead streamline instructional workflow using a learning management system.
PRESENTERS: Michael Gorman, President of 21st Century Educational Technology and Learning, LLC and Joey Gardner, Director of Instructional Technology, Spartanburg County (SC) School District 6
WHEN: Thursday, November 17th at 1 PM EST
Newton, MA – Nov. 2, 2016 — Administrators across the K12 landscape want teachers spending more time with students, becoming facilitators and mentors of learning. They also want them to blend, flip and digitize their classrooms. But the reality is teachers are spending too much time curating and creating curriculum, are burdened with too many logins and to further complicate matters meaningful professional development is often scarce.
In this webinar, hosted by eSchool News and sponsored by itslearning, educators will learn the Nine Characteristics of Efficient Districts and how streamlining instructional workflows can lead to:
- More time with students,
- Increased student engagement, and
- Student ownership of learning
Scheduled for Thursday, November 17th at 10 AM PST/11 AM MST/Noon CST/1 PM, the webinar will feature Michael Gorman, President of 21st Century Educational Technology and Learning, LLC, and Joey Gardner, Director of Instructional Technology, from Spartanburg County School District Six who will discuss how educators can break the cycle of district and classroom inefficiencies while allowing teachers to focus on the success of each individual student; and enabling students to become self-directed and take ownership of their learning.
There is no cost to join the webinar, but registration is required. For more information go to: http://bit.ly/2eBjydu
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