Using Educational Technology Offline: Tips & Strategies for Your Classroom: Webinar

Using Educational Technology Offline: Tips & Strategies for Your Classroom: Webinar

It’s 2022. Perhaps you began the year with grand goals of curricular alignment, collaborative activities, and joyfully engaged students. Instead, some students have started the year learning remotely, others have started the year with substitutes, and almost all have started the year with an abundance of screen time.

No matter how your year began, we’re pretty sure that you and your students are yearning for a little less screen time and a lot more connection. It’s 2022 and it’s time to reconnect and find your joy in the classroom again. Whether your passion comes from engaging math rotations, inquiry-based project learning, or some added mindfulness, Learn360 has an abundance of screen-free resources to simplify your lesson planning and revitalize your classroom.

Learn360 is a powerhouse of media asset types and current content across all grades and subjects, with more than 180,000 media resources that can be incorporated into remote, hybrid, and in-person lessons and that allow you and your students to leverage away-from-screen time and achieve all your 2022 curricular goals.

In this webinar, Infobase’s Product Marketing Manager Greg Ricci and K–12 Streaming Video Acquisition Manager Emily Ice cover some ideas on how to leverage some OFFscreen time into your curriculum..

In this webinar, you will take away:

  • Creative examples supporting OFFscreen time learning.
  • Suggestions and tips for bringing these ideas into your lessons.

About Emily Ice

Emily Ice is the K–12 Video Acquisition Manager at Infobase. As a former elementary school educator, Emily leverages her experience in the classroom, curriculum development knowledge, and passion for teacher training to inform and curate Infobase’s K–12 video content. She has her Bachelors in Psychology from Duke University and has her Masters in Education from the University of Notre Dame.

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