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Thursday, March 3 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Swipe Right for Digital Learning: Seeking & Finding Your Tech Match

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After such a worldwide disruption to education, many of us find ourselves at a professional crossroads and feeling isolated or alone. Our session will help reconnect participants to the tools, strategies and pedagogy which support meaningful digital learning. Participants will work through a mock technology dating profile and activities to find the resources that work for them. It's time for everyone to get our technology groove back.

Our goal is to look at tools and resources used in the classroom that teachers may have used in pre-pandemic, hybrid and virtual settings and cast those in a new light. In order to move past and beyond, it is important to reevaluate our attitudes and approaches in using technology and determine how to embrace change for a greater impact.

The session will focus on reimagining the use of digital tools for assessment, feedback, check-ins, and presentation of materials. 

Speakers
avatar for Natalie Ezell

Natalie Ezell

District Level Digital Learning, Henderson County Public Schools
I have been spellbound by the art of the story for as long as I can remember. It led me to write and read constantly as a child and ultimately drew me away from veterinary medicine and into literature and teaching instead. I spent my first eight years teaching Language Arts and Science... Read More →
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Angie McClung

District Digital Learning, Henderson County Public Schools
I am a proud member of the Henderson County Public Schools Digital Learning Team along with my partner, Natalie Ezell. I began my career as an elementary Spanish teacher, then moved to the K-5 classroom and enjoyed teaching in a dual-language school in Las Vegas, NV. I am a National... Read More →


Thursday March 3, 2022 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
302C
  Concurrent, Data and Assessment
  • Grade Span K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, School Administrators, District Administrators
  • Devices Chromebooks, iPads, Tablets, Macbooks, PC Laptops, SmartPhones, Other
  • Diversity Part of our intention in reimagining the use of current technology is to address the needs of all students. From something as simple as differentiation of assignments to passion projects and daily/weekly check-ins, digital tools can create an awareness and purposeful interactions with students and families. The use of technology can open connections with the world outside of the classroom helping foster empathy, celebrate identity and/or create equity for any classroom setting. Not every classroom or school is able to provide the diversity of resources necessary, but we hope to provide a gateway for teachers to gather information on their students' needs. Furthermore, we hope to equip them with the ability to sort through the numerous options and make an applicable partnership with what matches the needs of each of their students.
  • Level Beginner
  • Room 302C