June 2, 2019
June is full of celebrations, sun, and opportunities to remember. Father's Day and Juneteenth are coming up soon, honor these memorable days with the curated resources provided below.
Time to Learn Together
Our Summer 2019 professional learning schedule is packed with new and engaging opportunities. We start with 10 presentations by SFL's K12 team during ISTE 2019 and by sharing ideas for building your Personal Learning Network (PLN).
Summer Sparkles with Learning Opportunities
Savor these additional professional learning options: free virtual workshops, Twitter chats, a summer book study, and new blog posts! Also, share your thoughts in our poll about which types of professional learning are most engaging.
OK2Ask Free Virtual Workshop
Join us Tuesday (6/4) at 7 pm ET to learn strategies to support English Language Learners (ELL) as they add their voices to our student-centered classrooms. Explore tech tools that encourage student voice and learn practical tips from our tech coaches.
OK2Ask Twitter Chat
Come and Tweet with us this Thursday (6/6) at 8 pm ET. Brainstorm ways to combat digital equity challenges and share resources that aid in creating equitable learning experiences for all students. Use the hashtag #OK2Ask.
Announcing the Summer Book Study
Our summer book study features the book Integrating Technology in the Classroom, 2nd Edition by Boni Hamilton. Discover technology tools and projects that resonate with your teaching style and classroom context. Space is limited to 40 educators.
Infusing Technology Blog
Our Infusing Technology blog features insights from edtech coaches on ways to engage students and empower educators. Recent topics include: fake news (media literacy), tips for a great end of the school year, virtual museum visits, and more.
This week our poll question asks: What kind of professional learning do you find the most engaging? Share your response and then see how other educators replied.
More TeachersFirst Areas to Uncover This Summer
Navigate these six additional areas of TeachersFirst to locate valuable (free) resources for you and your students.
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