We expect older students to be reading to learn rather than learning to read.
This presentation focuses on the work we have done in the Keystone Academy Primary School as we intentionally redesign our curriculum to include digital learning and innovative teaching practices and implement these changes in the classroom.
Tech tools can be integrated into our classrooms in a layered way for differentiation.
Faculty and course developers often resort to shorthand when describing options for online learning, including traditional, web-based, synchronous, asynchronous, hybrid, blended, and bichronous.
Modern educators have one of the most exciting and challenging jobs on the planet.
How do you capture the attention of your participants virtually?
What if one simple Google Form could solve some of the headaches associated with hybrid learning?
This fireside chat-style conversation intends to dig into Richards's experience in supporting teachers to teach coding in an elementary setting and how Edpuzzle and Scratch were the right tools for the job.
This presentation proposes a re-framing of the way educators see and teach numeracy in primary, middle and high school mathematics courses.
As a result of rapid changes in student demographics, many international schools are faced with visibly entrenched student cliques based on nationality (or language), which may appear to undermine the school’s mission to nurture ‘international-mindedness’ and parents’ desire for their children to learn English and become ‘international’.