The webinar offer K-12 educators and administrators strategies for helping students develop a strong skill set around self-assessment, and present examples of integrating student self-assessment into various classroom teaching and learning scenarios.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 08, 2017
What: A no cost webinar hosted by Education Week magazine and sponsored by itslearning for K-12 educators and administrators who want to gain a deeper understanding on the topic of student self-assessment, as well as methods and strategies for developing strong self-assessment skills in today’s learners.
Presenter: International education technology leader, Alan November. Recently named one of the USA's fifteen most influential thinkers of the decade by Tech and Learning magazine, Mr. November’s most recent book, Who Owns the Learning?, made the education New York Times bestseller list. Mr. November has also worked with schools and universities in 40 countries to improve learning through innovative practice. He currently leads the globally acclaimed Building Learning Communities conference.
When: Thursday, March 16, 1 PM EST
On March 16 at 1 PM ET, itslearning will sponsor a webinar hosted by influential author and speaker Alan November. The free webinar, sponsored by Education Week magazine, will offer K-12 educators and administrators strategies for helping students develop a strong skill set around self-assessment, and present examples of integrating student self-assessment into various classroom teaching and learning scenarios.
Designed specifically for the K-12 sector, itslearning is a leading, cloud-based learning management system that helps educators create innovative and personalized learning environments for students. Known as a best-in-class solution for curriculum management, content integration, and student rostering; itslearning also offers an easy-to-navigate, customizable standards-aligned planner. All stakeholders – administrators, teachers, students and parents – can access, as appropriate, course materials, assignments, communities for collaboration, professional development tools, and student progress reports.
Interested educators can also join the synchronous Twitter discussion using the hashtag #rethinklearning17. There is no cost to join the webinar, but registration is required. Go to: http://bit.ly/2m4HAAu
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