We’re in this together!Join us for the Future-Focused Educators’ Summit
The Future Focused Educators’ Summit is for ALL school staff regardless of job role. Teachers, administrators, paraeducators, office staff, and more. If you work with students, this summit is for YOU.
Districts across the state are streamlining how they deliver remote instruction via one or two “Learning Management Systems” (LMS platforms) through which teachers deliver instruction and engage students in learning. The AESD is supporting these efforts by offering professional learning and technical support to educators and district leaders focused on five LMS platforms: Canvas, Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, Schoology, and Seesaw.
All courses are online and self-paced so that educators can learn when it’s most convenient. Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate virtually with other educators across the state.
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The AESD has developed materials for school districts to use in supporting families and child care providers as they help students navigate selected learning management system (LMS) platforms.
In addition, educators can view video recordings of “live” sessions from the LMS 101 series.
Read about tips from our expert coaches as well as fellow educator success stories!
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