For teachers who spent months navigating the transition to all-remote instruction, making the leap to Hybrid Learning can feel like twice the challenge. In spite of this, educators across the country are tackling this instructional model with the same ingenuity and commitment to kids that fueled their heroic work in the early days of the pandemic. With some simple adaptations, routines, and techniques, teachers are once again finding ways to survive and thrive in a model that’s fast becoming our new normal.
In this highly interactive 90-minute webinar, we will share clips of teachers who are experiencing success with Hybrid Learning. From these examples, we’ll also distill some guiding principles that can help you or your teaching staff adapt existing remote teaching and planning practices for a Hybrid Learning environment.
This is a 401 webinar for Hybrid Learning. It builds on the foundational principles from our 101, 201, and 301 Remote Learning webinars, though previous participation in these is not required.
TOPICS WE WILL DISCUSS:
- How to design and roll out Systems & Routines that are foundational to a Hybrid classroom (including systems for technology & engagement)
- Different ways Hybrid teachers are setting up their classrooms to ensure all remote and in-person students can meaningfully interact with each other
- Ways Hybrid teachers are helping in-person and remote students feel like valued members of a cohesive classroom community
WHAT TO EXPECT:
This will be an interactive session in which we model the engagement techniques gleaned from the classrooms we’ve studied so participants can experience them from a students’ perspective. Please plan to be actively engaged.
As in our regular Train the Trainer workshops, schools will have the option to license the Implementation Toolkit. The school leader will receive a link to download copies of all workshop materials, including:
- PowerPoint deck used in the webinar
- All video clips shown
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This webinar is designed for leaders or lead teachers, ideally in teams of two or three who will be responsible for demonstrating and leading training on effective teaching for colleagues at their campus.
- Training Fee: $150 per person
- Optional: $200 per school for the licensed materials
- See our workshop landing page for other dates in April 2021.