Continuity of Learning/Distance Learning for Our Youngest Students
When : March 24th, 2020
Where : Online
Topics : Early Childhood, Lower School, Distance Learning
Cost : $25
3:00 – 4:00 pm
This webinar is targeted for teachers who teach students in grades PreK to 2nd grade.
Join us as we explore tools and strategies to facilitate engaging and developmentally appropriate asynchronous, distance learning activities for young learners. We will look at day structure, appropriate and engaging tech tools, and ways to build offline learning experiences. You will walk away with easy-to-implement ideas that will help all of your learners feel supported and engaged in a virtual school environment!
Sarah Allen is the Director of Teaching and Learning at Indian Creek School in Crownsville, Maryland. Before stepping into school administration, she taught first grade for ten years. She holds her M.Ed. in Learning and Technology. Ms. Allen has won many prestigious education awards including a Baltimore City Outstanding Teacher award, the 2016 Pearson CITE Excellence in K-12 Online Teaching Award, the 2017 Kay L. Bitter Vision Award, and was a 2018 Fund for Teachers Fellow. She volunteers for the International Society for Technology in Education Early Learning Professional Learning Network and loves to collaborate with teachers from around the world on best ways to use technology with young learners. Ms. Allen has presented regularly at national education conferences on innovative teaching strategies, coding, robotics, and blended learning. In addition, she has presented webinars on blended learning, coding, design thinking, and project-based learning. She is passionate about curricular and instructional design and helping teachers create student-centered learning environments.