Today's educators can access free or low cost tools that they can use to take advantage of their student's individual learning preferences during any given moment in their educational careers. The power of technology is in the options it provides. Educators can design lessons in such a way to provide different methodologies for students to help them achieve their reading and writing goals. This webinar will discuss a variety of free (or nearly free) tools that educators can immediately make available to help students in the areas of reading and writing. Proven tools and strategies to help structure the writing process, teach spelling, practice reading fluency, and improve overall literacy along with the philosophies for implementation surrounding them will all be discussed. This webinar will be conducted in an engaging Jeopardy-style format! Whether you choose to be an active participant, testing your knowledge by entering answers in the chat, or choose to take a more passive role by letting others, every participant will find themselves a winner by learning tools to help support students in becoming better readers and writers.
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe the function and be able to implement a variety of free or low cost tools and resources to help provide students with options to better express what they know.br />
- Describe the function and be able to implement a variety of free or low cost tools and resources to help educators provide more options for how to represent content in a way that increases learner variability.
- Describe the function and be able to implement a variety of free or low cost tools and resources to help educators provide more options to increase student engagement.
Presented by Christopher Bugaj, Loudoun County Public Schools. Original air date November 12, 2014. 60 minutes. ATIA Code #AT14-WEB27-AR. CEC Product #WEBAT1427A.
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