Modern instructional strategies for the "toggled" term
Recorded on Thursday, March 11th | 4pm PST, 7pm EST
Part of a discussion series for teachers, by teachers
About the discussion
The new “toggled term”—the back and forth between online and face-to-face instruction as the threat of the pandemic continues—means educators have to be more flexible and agile than ever.
Our panel of tech-savvy educators shared how to plan for and conduct instruction in various learning scenarios with the help of ed tech.
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Meet the speakers
Instructional Coach, Podcaster
Santa Clarita, CA
Dr. Hugo Sierra
TOSA, Design Thinker, Writer, Speaker
Los Gatos, CA
Teacher, Ed. Specialist, Author, Lecturer
San Diego, CA
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.
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