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Teaching Strategies for Virtual and Blended Learning Environments: Introduction

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    Teaching Strategies for Virtual and Blended Learning Environments: Introduction

    Explore key planning factors for synchronous and asynchronous learning. Help students successfully learn by providing purpose and context to academic content. Gain insight from proven instructional strategies for virtual and blended learning.

    Learn general practices for virtual and blended learning environments with  “Introduction to Teaching Strategies for Virtual and Blended Learning Environments.”  Additional sessions explore grade-specific practices for English Language Arts and Mathematics content areas.

    Each offering includes a robust toolkit of resources to support teacher planning and student learning.  Participants may choose to attend one or more of the seven sessions. 

    SCECH Requirements: Participants must attend the live webinar and complete the assigned task following the webinar. Two (2) SCECHs per session.


Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
    
07/21/2021 2:00 PM-3:00 PM Participants are required to be registered and must log in to the session within the first 5 minutes to be eligible for SCECHs Webinar
Title Introduction to Teaching Strategies for Virtual and Blended Learning Environments
Session 20207847
Session Contact John McCarthy
Email :jmccarthy@openingpaths.org
Instructor(s) John McCarthy
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Credits
2 SCECHs
Description: for completion of this course
Explore key planning factors for synchronous and asynchronous learning. Help students successfully learn by providing purpose and context to academic content. Gain insight from proven instructional strategies for virtual and blended learning.

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