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Are you curious about the benefits of flip teaching, and how it is improving student outcomes around the world? If you’ve considered flip teaching but think it might be too difficult, CSD and CrazyForEducation are offering workshops this fall that will help teachers and administrators understand exactly what flip teaching is and how it can benefit your students.
Our Flip Teaching sessions will help you learn the best strategies for flipping your classroom, what to include (and not to include) in lessons and how to fill up the extra class time that every flip teacher experiences. Attendees will hear from flip teachers from across the country who will explain why they flipped their classrooms and the successes they’ve achieved. You’ll also learn simple and free technology that makes recording videos a snap and find out how to publish your lessons for free. There are multiple sessions for teachers and administrators in October and November. For more information, visit www.flippinpd.com.
Monday, September 16, 2013 How Successful Digital Transformations Take Shape – A Discovery Education Event
Digital transformation in our school systems can’t happen without the support of an entire community. Administrators, educators, parents, students, and communities must work together in order to create and sustain a culture of change.
This is always a popular academy at CSD! If you are interested, now is the time to register.
Originally posted on Education Today:
Cooperating School Districts announces that registration for the 2013-14 Technology Leadership Academy is now open. This annual academy will assist educators in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to use technology as a tool for more effective and efficient leadership in their schools and districts.
The Technology Leadership Academy offered by the Learning Team focuses on:
• Learning leadership skills in technology
• Improving classroom use of technology
• Developing a vision of how to use technology to improve student performance
• Assessing strengths and needs of your staff/students in the area of technology
• Developing a practical and useful technology plan
• Expanding professional learning networks
All educators are invited to participate, including superintendents, assistant superintendents, principals, assistant principals, librarians, media specialists, tech coordinators, and teachers. Participants receive and use, if they do not already own one, an iPad with 3G capability as part of the registration fee…
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