NCSLA Fall 2020 Webinars - Remote Learning Strategies - Sept 21 5:30-7 pm

 
In the wake of this new era of education, distance learning and the challenges it brings to teaching requires that educators take a hard look at developing pedagogy that will provide all students online learning opportunities that are accessible and equitable.
 
Join us virtually and hear from top Science Educators in North Carolina sharing the ways and means to remote learning in a virtual classroom and addressing diversity and equity during distance learning.
Fall Webinar Series - Session 1
September 21, 2020 5:30 - 7 pm
 
Remote Learning, Strengths/Weaknesses, and Strategies for Success

 
 
Featuring Dr. Jamie Lathan, Dean of Distance Education and Extended Programs at the North Carolina School of Science and Math
 
 
Dr. Lathan is the Dean of Distance Education and Extended Programs at NCSSM, where he supervises and leads Distance Education faculty by supporting and modeling innovative pedagogy and technology integration. He also helps to ensure the academic success of NCSSM distance education students.
 
 
And ‍Candace Chambers,
Teacher Development Specialist at the North Carolina School of Science and Math
 
In addition to teaching, Candace has served as Interdisciplinary Coordinator for Distance Education and in recent years she has taken on numerous projects such as developing new curriculum, piloting new instructional technologies in the classroom, supporting school-wide professional growth initiatives, and scaffolding new advising opportunities for students in distance education.
 
Future Webinars
October 13: Equity & Inclusion in the Distance Learning Environment
November 4: Remote Learning Tools for a Virtual Science Classroom
December 3: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
 
 
FREE to NCSLA Members but you must register to attend
 
$40 for Nonmembers.  Includes all four webinars plus one-year membership in NCSLA.