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Using the 5Es Instructional Model to Create a Student-Centered Lesson in a Remote, Hybrid, and In-Person Setting 6-12

Event Number 403-21 No address available. Map cannot be displayed.
Date 01/21/2021
Presenters Dr. Catlin Tucker
Intended Audience 6-12
Location Online
Time 12:00pm-3:00pm
Fee $50.00 (Non-Kane County Fee: $100.00)
Contact Hours 3
Status Open
Description What happens if students have to stay home for days or even weeks? How can we keep them learning remotely and in-person? What strategies and technology tools can teachers leverage to engage students? In this workshop, teachers will learn how to use the 5Es instructional model–engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate–to design a student-centered lesson across all instructional settings. We will review a range of online tools and resources that teachers can use to engage students in the various parts of a learning experience that blends individual with collaborative tasks and prioritizes student-led inquiry. Refunds will be issued only to participants who call the ROE seven (7) business days before the start date of the program or if the program is canceled.