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Professional Learning

REGISTER NOW - Webinar: Distance Learning Pro Tips on 1/11, 7 p.m. ET

Join us as we explore our favorite PK-13 edtech tools while also considering what quality lesson design at a distance looks like.

At a Glance

Join us as we explore our favorite PK-13 edtech tools while also considering what quality lesson design at a distance looks like.

Topics

  • Digital & Virtual Learning

Outcomes

  • The Triple E Framework
Developed by:

National Education Association

Last Updated: 01/05/2021

Details

Audience Role

  • Teacher

Grade

  • Early Childhood
  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Middle School

Session Length

1 hour

Session Format

Webinar

Join us as we explore our favorite PK-13 edtech tools while also considering what quality lesson design at a distance looks like. We'll share how we use guidelines like The Triple E Framework (Dr. Liz Kolb) to figure out how well our favorite tools are helping us engage our students and enhance and extend their learning goals.

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