About the series
While recent events have pushed schools to rely on tech more than ever before, they’ve also reminded us what’s at the heart of instruction: educators.
Join passionate K-12 practitioners and experts from the field as they share how they’re leveraging emerging strategies and technologies across different instructional models to serve varying learner needs.
This series is moderated by Dr. Matt Rhoads, author of Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders.
Speakers will explore:
TOSA, Design Thinker, Writer, Speaker
Los Gatos, CA
Instructional Coach, Podcaster
Santa Clarita, CA
Dr. Janet Ilko
San Diego, CA
Instructional Technologist, Doctoral Student,
Thursday, March 4th | 4pm PST, 7pm EST
A dynamic group of K-12 teachers share their first-hand experience implementing different ed tech tools into their day-to-day instruction. You'll hear creative ways to enhance instructional strategies to meet evolving student needs in the current climate.
Modern instructional strategies for the "toggled" term
Thursday, March 11th | 4pm PST, 7pm EST
Teachers and blended learning enthusiasts share how they plan for and conduct instruction in online, blended, and “toggled term” learning scenarios—and how they support these modern instructional models with ed tech tools.
Tech tools and strategies to address learner variability
Thursday, April 8th | 4pm PST, 7pm EST
A panel of dedicated teachers share how they’re reaching all learners—in and out of the classroom. You’ll walk away knowing the best strategies for differentiating and personalizing instruction, and which ed tech tools can best support you in addressing individual learning needs.
Paper partners with school districts to deliver 1:1 tutoring that is equitable, scalable, and cost-effective. Students get unlimited 24/7 live help and writing feedback, teachers get insights to tackle individual learning gaps, and administrators get actionable data to inform strategic decisions. Paper’s multilingual tutors add an extra layer of support across all content areas and grade levels, in and out of the classroom—so students always have access to expert help exactly when, where, and how they need it.