Mon, Dec 28|
Free! Engaging Students Online with Zoom- Drop the Tech to Connect
Are you having tech issues while teaching reading online? Do your students constantly need to be redirected or have a parent close by?
Time & Location
Dec 28, 2020, 7:15 PM – 8:00 PM
About the Event
Join a light-hearted and information-packed webinar. See the teaching in action!
One of the greatest challenges facing teachers during these uncertain times is a student's ability to attend online. Join this webinar to find out strategies on how to engage students and keep them focused.
Learn Top Tips on these problem areas:
- How to connect with a student online
- How to set up your virtual classroom
- How to get your student independent online
- How to limit tech troubles and have a Plan B ready
- How to stop saying "pay attention" and implement code phrases that work
About the Presenter:
Michelle Breitenbach has been a private online dyslexic practitioner for two years and a supporter of the homeschool community. She trains others to "DROP the TECH and CONNECT. When the pandemic came, she saw the need to help others learn how to keep things simple. She began holding workshops and creating free games and editable resources, included movement breaks, and could be played online or in-person.
Michelle takes her practical experience that she has learned online (courtesy of her students ) and combines it with what she learned as a special educator in Sudbury, Massachusetts. She delivers information-packed, light-hearted, easy to follow training for teachers, with a splash of humor!
Michelle's dream is to continue to support and promote the positive sides of online teaching, so kids with dyslexia will have increased access to qualified instructors and more flexible schedules regardless of location.
*Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner
*Online Teaching Coach
*2 years online teaching experience- ADHD, dyslexia, early literacy
10+ years of experience in special education (MA)
*Master's in Teaching Moderate Disabilities ( pre-k - 8) and Elementary Education (k-6) Lesley University in Cambridge MA
*B.ED McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
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