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Preparing for January and Beyond: Lessons from Remote Learning in Spring and Early Fall

Remote Learning Series

COVID-19 impacted—and continues to impact—teaching and learning in many ways. While some had hoped we would return to some level of normalcy by fall 2020, educators are now preparing for a second wave that may take many schools back online for spring 2021. Even if there is a cure or vaccine and all schools return to face-to-face teaching and learning, many educators understand the need to capitalize on what remote teaching and learning taught us and how to continue to use technology to better prepare our teachers, better educate our students, and better engage our parents.

In this webinar aimed at K–12 teachers, Dr. Rick Ferdig will share lessons learned and best practices from both spring and fall 2020. Teachers will leave with newfound strategies to support their instruction and prepare them for a still uncertain spring.

From this webinar, teachers will gain an understanding of:

  1. Best practices to engage with parents and students in both synchronous and asynchronous formats
  2. Strategies that help them quickly navigate between online, blended, and face-to-face instruction
  3. Resources to help them stay connected for just-in-time learning regardless of changes to spring learning environments

Dr. Julie Klingerman

Dr. Richard E. Ferdig, Kent State University
Summit Professor of Learning Technologies
Professor, Educational Technology (ETEC)
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Technology & Teacher Education
Research Center for Educational Technology
Website | Email | Twitter: @rickferdig

Dr. Richard Ferdig

Richard E. Ferdig is the Summit Professor of Learning Technologies and Professor of Educational Technology at Kent State University. He works within the Research Center for Educational Technology and also the School of Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Studies. He earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Michigan State University. He has served as researcher and instructor at Michigan State University, the University of Florida, the Wyzsza Szkola Pedagogiczna (Krakow, Poland), and the Università degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy).

At Kent State University, his research, teaching, and service focus on combining cutting-edge technologies with current pedagogic theory to create innovative learning environments. His research interests include online education, educational games and simulations, the role of faith in technology, and what he labels a deeper psychology of technology. In addition to publishing and presenting nationally and internationally, Ferdig has also been funded to study the impact of emerging technologies such as K–12 Virtual Schools. He was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Gaming and Computer Mediated Simulations, is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education.

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