Workshops

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Sep 22*

Introduction to the Science of Reading (Virtual)

personGin Hodges, NCCAT Early Literacy Specialist

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Additional Dates: 09/24/20



Description:

(Link will be sent to participants upon registering)



Introduction to the Science of Reading is a two-hour session. Participants must virtually attend both days to receive credit.

Time:

September 22, 2020 - 3:30-4:30
September 24, 2020 - 3:30-4:30

Cost:

$115 without membership

$0 with membership

Renewal Credit:

0.2 Literacy Credit

Target Audience:

Teachers, Principals, Assistant Teachers, Administrators










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Sep 30

Introduction to Open Education Resources & #GoOpenNC...

personDonna Murray, NCDPI Digital Teaching and Learning Consultant

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Description:

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Open educational resources (OER) are resources for teachers and students that are licensed to permit users to retain, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute the content.

GoOpenNC is the name of the OER initiative here in North Carolina, and it’s also the name of the platform where NC educators can become part of an OER community of practice as they find, develop, and share instructional materials.

During this session, participants will: learn about OER, explore the GoOpenNC site, and consider how GoOpenNC can support educators as they plan and implement remote/blended learning.

Time:

3:30-5:00

Cost:

$115 without membership

$0 with membership

Renewal Credit:

0.15 DLC CEU

Target Audience:

Teachers and administrators










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Oct 09

Copyright, Copyleft, or Copy wrong? The Essentials You Need...

personDonna Murray, NCDPI Digital Teaching and Learning Consultant

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It is important that we understand the basics of copyright and open licenses as we select and use resources for remote learning.

Are you allowed to record yourself reading a children’s book and post it online for students to view? What if you want to scan pages from a book and post them in Google Classroom or send them home in a printed packet of assignments? Participants will get answers to some copyright FAQs like these and more!

(The content provided in this session is for informational purposes and should not be considered as legal advice.)

Time:

3:30-5:00

Cost:

$115 without membership

$0 with membership

Renewal Credit:

0.15 DLC CEU

Target Audience:

Teachers and administrators










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Oct 14*

Mini-Conference for Educators

personNCDPI Digital Teaching & Learning team members

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Additional Dates: 10/16/20



Description:

Please register through the link provided in the description. October 16th is



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The 2020-21 school year has arrived, and you are busy designing and implementing instruction in a remote or hybrid learning environment. Are you searching for more ideas on how to keep students engaged remotely? Do you need additional strategies to support social and emotional learning in your remote classroom? Are you wondering how you can design remote learning to be more effective and manage your workload more efficiently?

Time:

TBA

Cost:

$115 without membership

$0 with membership

Renewal Credit:

.15 DLC Credit

Target Audience:

Counselors, teachers, and administrators


Registration has not yet opened for this workshop. Check back on Oct 31, 2020.