Planning Effective Remote Teaching

Continuity of Learning:
Planning Effective Remote Teaching
Continuity of Learning:
Planning Effective Remote Teaching for the Catholic School

The current challenges posed to educators who must swiftly create or extend their online learning model(s) can be daunting. Where to begin? How to engage? How to measure student understanding? Just a few of the many questions posed when designing remote teaching (especially with only hours to plan).

 

Join a team of teachers and instructional designers for a webinar to help you explore and plan research-based solutions to create meaningful, online learning experiences. Walk away with practical strategies that will transform your classroom instruction into meaningful, online learning experiences for your students.

 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Review simple planning tools to create your remote teaching model
  • Explore various practices, processes and mindsets that support online learning
  • Identify practical steps to continue instruction online

The current challenges posed to educators who must swiftly create or extend their online learning model(s) can be daunting. Where to begin? How to engage? How to measure student understanding? Just a few of the many questions posed when designing remote teaching (especially with only hours to plan).

 

Join a team of teachers and instructional designers for a webinar to help you explore and plan research-based solutions to create meaningful, online learning experiences. Walk away with practical strategies that will transform your classroom instruction into meaningful, online learning experiences for your students. Learn to integrate faith-based practices into online instruction.

 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn to infuse a faith-based model into remote teaching
  • Review simple planning tools to create your remote teaching model
  • Explore various practices, processes and mindsets that support online learning
  • Identify practical steps to continue instruction onlineThe Continuity of Learning webinar for Catholic Schools is proudly sponsored by the NCEA, powered by Eduscape.

with Google for Education/Microsoft Teams


Continuity of Learning
with Google for Education
Continuity of Learning
with Microsoft Teams

Learn fundamental steps to creating and maintaining a distributed learning model using G Suite for Education. Join teachers and other education professionals as we explore an online learning environment through the eyes of a teacher working remotely with her students. Learn how you can set classroom expectations, create engaging activities, and differentiate instruction using GSuite applications in a seamless environment

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explore Google Classroom’s functionality as a distributed learning portal
    Identify strategies to engage students with collaboration and discussion forums.
  • Learn how to set realistic student expectations and maintain non-negotiable instructional design principles.

Microsoft Teams can be your distributed learning portal to support asynchronous and synchronous student learning. In this session, we are going to model remote teaching through the eyes of a teacher working remotely with her students. After attending this session, you will have a firm grasp on the basics of Teams: posts, chats, video calls, and shared files – all with a focus on supporting distributed and collaborative learning.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify how Microsoft Team features support remote learning by promoting: community, communication, assessment and access.
  • Discuss how to organize an online learning environment using Teams.

Leading Remote Teaching with Google

Leading Remote Teaching with GSuite
Leading Remote Teaching with Google
A Catholic School Principal’s Guide

Are you a school leader trying to maximize Google for Education to support remote teaching? This webinar has been designed specifically for School Principals to help you assess and establish the necessary policies and settings to leverage Google Classroom and other critical applications in GSuite, to successfully support remote teaching. Many schools are struggling right now with issues including, but not limited to: appropriate settings in the Google Management Console have not been enabled, or teachers have been using personal email addresses outside of your domain, which complicates efficient management. The unique challenges posed by today’s circumstances require that Principals take the lead in establishing best practices to maximize online learning experiences for their students. This webinar will provide the information and insight that will support School Principals as they lead their school communities through this challenging period.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Review non-negotiable instructional design elements to support online instruction
  • Discuss the questions you must ask your Tech Director upfront to ensure functionality
  • Establish online attendance, grading and computer time policies
  • Review a list of the most critical applications that need to be enabled
  • Explore the Google Management Console from a Principal’s lens
  • Communicating with parents

Is your school trying to maximize Google for Education to support remote teaching? This webinar has been designed specifically for Catholic School Principals to help you assess and establish the necessary policies and settings to leverage Google Classroom and other critical applications in GSuite, to successfully support remote teaching. Many schools are struggling right now with issues including, but not limited to: appropriate settings in the Google Management Console have not been enabled, or teachers have been using personal email addresses outside of your domain, which complicates efficient management. The unique challenges posed by today’s circumstances require that Principals take the lead in establishing best practices to maximize online learning experiences for their students. This webinar will provide the information and insight that will support Catholic School Principals as they lead their school communities through this challenging period.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Review non-negotiable instructional design elements to support online instruction
  • Discuss the questions you must ask upfront to ensure functionality
  • Establish online attendance, grading and computer time policies
  • Review a list of the most critical applications that need to be enabled
  • Explore the Google Management Console from a Principal’s lens
  • Communicating with parents

Getting Started with Google Classroom

Getting Started with Google Classroom

In this webinar, learners will explore the functionality of Google Classroom, your new digital classroom! Together, we will build a virtual classroom, consider how learners will engage with instructional content, and finally, customize our classroom’s settings. Walk away with the confidence needed to facilitate remote instruction  in your newly built Google Classroom!

 

Learner Outcomes:

  • Build a Google Classroom.
  • Explore Google Classroom’s features that support online instruction

Remote Teaching for Early Learners

Are you seeking ideas on how to deliver and maintain quality engagement and instruction for early learners as you shift to remote teaching?

You are not alone; teaching PreK-3rd grade students remotely poses different challenges for teachers than any other grade strand. The use of engaging, yet pedagogically sound resources is most critical for this group of learners, especially with so many “free” apps that have not been designed for educational purposes. During this webinar, participants will discover strategies to effectively teach remotely to their students in the younger years.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn how to organize your virtual classroom
  • Discover new norms to ensure efficacy of instruction
  • Explore “Best in Class” educational apps that are free
  • Review the instructional design for remote teaching
Remote Teaching for Early Learners

Getting Started with Microsoft Teams

 

Getting Started with Microsoft Teams

In this webinar, learners will explore the functionality of Microsoft Teams, your new digital classroom! Together, we will build a virtual classroom, consider how learners will engage with instructional content, and finally, customize our Team’s settings. Walk away with the confidence needed to facilitate remote instruction in your newly built Microsoft Team!

SEL and the Remote Learner

 

 

Supporting student social and emotional wellbeing is as important as ever as we transition to remote education and adjust to new learning environments. In this webinar, discuss key social-emotional skills students need in order to access and manage their learning remotely, as well as identify routines and strategies that can be integrated into your digital classroom to support all students’ social-emotional wellbeing.

SEL and the Remote Learner

Parents as Remote Learning Aides

 

Parents as Remote Learning Aides

The sudden shift to remote teaching has created challenges not only for teachers, but also for parents who have been thrust into the role of Remote Learning Aide (RLA). Teachers are doing their best to learn new technology, maintain quality of instruction, and deliver the best remote teaching experience possible. As a parent, you may be adjusting to your own working at home challenges and transitioning almost overnight. Creating and supporting the optimal remote learning environment for your child(ren) will help them, their teachers and you. So strap on your cape and learn how to join teachers and become your child(ren)’s remote learning hero!

Learning Outcomes
-Defining the role of the Remote Learning Aide
-Organizing your child(ren)’s @Home remote learning space
-Basic rules for productive remote learning
-Communicating with teachers and the school
-Beyond the learning – maintaining a social emotional balance

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