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Student engagement in the 2020-2021 school year can be a challenge! Virtual student engagement is a course that is here to support teachers as they continue to implement hybrid and distance learning. This course is most beneficial to teachers who are working with students that are joining through technology.
This course begins by asking teachers to reflect on elements within your core instruction. Teachers will reflect on the components of their current distance learning instruction that are critical to keeping your students engaged and excited when participating with you remotely. Tools will be provided that teachers can utilize to continue to grow their own skills in distance learning.
The next section of the course contains 6 strategies that can be used to engage students. These 6 strategies can be used in distance learning, hybrid instruction, and in the classroom with social distancing.
Participants will earn 1.5 CEUs for course completion.
Teachers in schools that are with the North Collaborative, Shared Services, and South Collaborative can access this course for free by contacting your Education Consultant.
For information on group registration pricing please contact Dawn Christensen, email@example.com
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