Wed, Dec 16|
Free- How to Engage k-2 Students Online with Minimal Tech
Do you have wiggly ones that won't attend and are not excited about learning anymore! Come join me in my virtual classroom and leave with tips for tomorrow!
Time & Location
Dec 16, 2020, 7:00 PM – 7:45 PM
About the Event
Are you struggling with your wiggly ones online? I have been there! I am so excited to announce an encore LIVE presentation of this month's free webinar (K-2 Literacy). Let's get your kids motivated and set yourself up for success!
Join me in my virtual classroom for a full hour. I can't wait to demonstrate how to minimize tech, engage with games,
use manipulatives, and motivate with movement.
Suppose you can't make it, no worries! Anyone who signs up will receive a recording of the webinar viewable for up to two weeks.
All are welcome! However, this webinar supports educators who are lucky enough to have the opportunity to work 1:1 or in small groups using Zoom.
Grab your favorite seasonal latte, and I'll see you there for a fun, informative workshop full of ideas to implement the very next day!
Teach how you love 💕and keep engaging kids wherever they are!🌎💻🏫👩🏫
Some topics covered:
*How to set up your virtual classroom and your two interactive must-haves
*Using Fundations online
*Fun winter activities
*SIght word spelling and reading online
*Different kinds of learning games to have on hand.
*How to transition between lesson parts by building in movement breaks
*DIY Alternatives to prevent tech troubles
*Using programs like Handwriting Without Tears, Lively letters,
and I See, I Spell, I Learn to enhance instruction
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
K-2 Engaging Online
Free webinar k-2 Engaging Online$0.00