EdTech Essentials with Monica Burns (3-Part Series)

Marketing Team
News on April 28 2021

EdTech Essentials with Monica Burns (3-part webinar series)

Join educator, author, and speaker Monica Burns and the OTIS for educators team for this three-part webinar series that will explore essential EdTech topics alongside actionable tips and favorite tools. Join one or all three! After the live broadcasts, these PD sessions will be in the OTIS course library, available for a limited time with a free basic account.

Part 1: Curating Resources & Expanding Classroom Walls

Tuesday, June 15, 2020, 2 PM ET
Learn about free and low-cost resources for student consumers that connect to reading, viewing, and listening experiences students have online. In this session, you’ll explore the tools and the strategies for curating content for students with an emphasis on expanding classroom walls with digital resources. Register for Part 1

Part 2: Creation & Collaboration with Digital Tools

Tuesday, June 22, 2020, 2 PM ET
Learn strategies for supporting students as creators and how to design learning activities for movie making, eBook design, website building, podcasting, and more. In this session, you’ll explore how to support students as creators as they work together with their peers. Register for Part 2

Part 3: Assessment & Goal Setting

Tuesday, June 29, 2020, 2 PM ET
Learn about the “value add” of using digital tools for assessment and collaboration with students. In this session, you’ll explore the tools and the strategies for checking for understanding and supporting students along with how to set professional goals and identify next steps for the upcoming school year. Register for Part 3

About Monica Burns, EdD

Dr. Monica Burns is an edtech and curriculum consultant, author, and former New York City public school teacher. She works with schools and organizations around the world to support PreK-20 educators with thoughtful technology integration. Monica’s website ClassTechTips.com and Easy EdTech Podcast help educators place “tasks before apps” by promoting deeper learning with technology.