This week, our guest is Natasha Monsaas-Daly, Director of Information and Learning Technology for Watertown-Mayer Schools. She shares how her small, rural district integrates rigorous and authentic instruction, with quality technology tools.
Explore how to engage students in virtual field trips to provide rich learning opportunities, develop a broader perspective of the world around them, and a deeper understanding through shared experiences that may be otherwise unattainable.
Deepen your understanding of decomposition and algorithmic thinking and how you can use both to help your students become better problem solvers and better understand the world around them.
Explore how to connect your students to classroom around the world to help them become effective global collaborators.
Use digital tools to add your finishing touches, conduct one final check, and then publish your finished project to your audience.
#42 – Conversations About Leadership During a Pandemic: Successes, Unsung Heroes, and Lessons Learned With Dr. Dan Bittman
Our guest has experienced what it means to lead a school district through a year of unprecedented obstacles. Tune into our conversation with Dr. Dan Bittman, Superintendent of ISD 728 in Minnesota, for a discussion of how challenges became opportunities to provide care and support to the community.
Welcome to Teacher Insights! This week, our guest is Kaia Tomokiyo, a kindergarten teacher from Renton Unified School District in Renton, Washington. Kaia shares her strategies for introducing creativity and choice with our youngest learners.
Explore how to invite virtual guest speakers to engage and inspire your students.
Use digital tools to analyze your writing, identify mechanical issues, and help you create a polished final draft.