Summer 2020 Events

Let us help you grow your knowledge of virtual learning from good to GREAT with our free summer series of professional learning (PL). No experience is necessary, just a willingness to rethink, transform and improve virtual learning at your school.

Also, check out our Teacher Ambassador Program (T.A.P) which meets on Tuesdays! This program is for teachers who want to build lessons using Learnicsᴵᴸ and make some money while doing it!
Tuesday, June 30th, 3:00pm - PL Class 1
Topic: Introduction on revealing online learning behaviors ... starting with your own!
Activity: This introductory session will provide teachers with the skills and software necessary to gain understanding of online learning behaviors and hold students accountable for learning behaviors during virtual learning.
Notes: This course is free and so is the software for our program!
Click here to sign up and receive the video link.

Tuesday, July 14th, 1:00pm - T.A.P Meeting
Topic: Review a submitted T.A.P lesson.  
Brainstorming: How can we design lessons for students to acquire new content knowledge? What does PD look like at your school?

Tuesday, July 21st, 1:00pm - PL Class 2
Topic: Designing asynchronous online delivery of new content.
Activity: What is COVID-19?

Tuesday, July 28th, 1:00pm - T.A.P Meeting
Topic: Review a submitted T.A.P lesson
Brainstorming: Discussion of student feedback questions and teacher prompts for data analysis.
  
Tuesday, August 4th, 1:00pm - PL Class 3
Topic: Exemplary Lesson design with Learnics with Dr. Mulroy.
Activity: Dr. Mulroy's review of online lesson design. Move into break-out groups to design mini-lessons.  

Tuesday, August 11th, 1:00pm - T.A.P Meeting
Topic: Review submitted T.A.P lesson
Activity: What hurdles will you face at your school installing or using Learnicsᴵᴸ?

Tuesday, August 18th, 1:00pm - PL Class 4
Topic: A deeper dive into data collection and transformation of online learning.
Activity: Review data collected from mini-lessons. Teachers create a real lesson to implement in the first weeks of class.