Virtual Learning Tour Overview
Learning how to provide accessibility for the most vulnerable of their learners, while engaging all students in rigorous, standards-based remote instructional opportunities.
Agenda for the tour:
Using interactive learning notebooks with Google slides to provide voice & choice to students and to provide accessibility for students with disabilities. Learning tour will focus on building in choices that focus on a specific learning goal that students are working to show mastery. It will also show teachers how to use visual and audio cues to help students with disabilities, ELs, etc. access core content curriculum. This learning tour will also explore the master view for editing and publish to web for sharing of resources.
Melissa Sawetch, 6th-grade ELA teacher for Worcester Public Schools
I am a 6th-grade ELA teacher for Worcester Public Schools. I have worked in WPS for 10 years. I am a Google Certified Trainer and took part in the iTeacher cohort as a school-based innovative technology lead specialist. I am currently working with the district in an After-Hours program for trainers to support families and students. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or visit this blog that I have recently begun for tech tips and instructional technology remote learning reflections.
This virtual tour is open to all MassCUE members at no cost. Want to attend? Please join MassCUE!
|Date and Time||November 10, 2020 3:00 PM|
|Audience||Elementary School educators or leaders, Middle School educators or leaders, High School educators or leaders|
|MassCUE Member Cost||No charge|