Schedule

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Showing 6 presentations matching these filters: AUD: Teachers X CAT: Digital Equity and Access X Clear all

Wednesday Sessions

General Session   1:00–2:30 PM

Session 1   2:45–4:15 PM

Networking Opportunity   4:15–5:00 PM

Thursday Sessions

Session 2   8:30–10:00 AM

Retention and Teaching Strategies for Low Literacy Students in the Online World
Demonstration (90 minute)
Lindsey Helms
I began using WhatsApp as a way to communicate with students in my online class. I found that students were more likely to do homework and come to class if I sent them information via Whatsapp rather than through email or Remind. WhatsApp serves as an easy access point for students.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ESL • CAT: DEA)
Setting the Standards: How to Bring the English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) to Life in Our Digital Classrooms
Follow-along Workshop (90 minute)
Kevin Belcher
In this interactive workshop, we will develop lesson strategies to elevate our digital EL instruction. These “next day” instructional resources will help make the ELPS work for your online classroom, increasing the engagement, community, and academic achievement of your class along the way.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE, ASE, CTE, ESL, ALL • CAT: DEA)

Session 3   10:30–12:00 PM

Lunch   12:00–1:00 PM

Session 4   1:00–3:00 PM

Helping Students Onboard: Welcoming and Engaging Practices for Student Retention in Online Courses
Demonstration (90 minute)
Katrina Tamura
Teaching online requires additional approaches and support to encourage students to persist. The presenters will share ways to begin outreach to students before a new course even begins and suggestions for ways to support students, encourage engagement, and build relationships.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE, ASE, CTE, ESL, ALL • CAT: DEA)
Humanizing your course with a Liquid Syllabus
Follow-along Workshop (2 hour)
Diana Vera-Alba
Have you been thinking about ways to engage and effectively communicate with your students in our online educational environment? Your solution may be to incorporate a Liquid Syllabus.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ALL • CAT: DEA)

Networking Opportunity   3:15–4:00 PM

Friday Sessions

Session 5   8:30–10:00 AM

The Liquid Syllabus: Welcoming Online Students at the Front Door
Demonstration (90 minute)
Rita Van Dyke-Kao
One of the first impressions students may have of your online course is your syllabus. Learn how to apply equity-minded practices to your existing syllabus using Google Sites, and so transform it into a liquid syllabus that is mobile-friendly, interactive, and welcoming for all students.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ALL • CAT: DEA)

Session 6   10:30–12:00 PM

Authentic Materials Design for an Online OER Textbook: Seven Simple Steps
Demonstration (90 minute)
Brittany Zemlick
In adapting to the new normal of online instruction, access to and creation of materials are key. In this presentation, you will learn about tools that will help you develop topic-based, integrated-skills lessons from authentic sources and the presenter’s process for creating an online OER textbook.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE, ASE, ESL • CAT: DEA)

Lunch   12:00–1:00 PM

Session 7   1:00–2:30 PM

Closing General Session - Tech Slam   2:30–3:30 PM