Singing together is one way classrooms, choirs, communities meet their social emotional needs. And even Covid-19 can’t stop us from singing together. In this workshop, we’ll show you the most
The Vermont Agency of Education’s Continuity of Learning Task Force published its final report on September 11th. The Task Force was composed of Vermont teachers, educational leaders, and business leaders.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are driving many conversations in many realms, but they are not as frequently discussed in relation to computer science, coding, technology and innovation. DEI does
As Future Ready Librarians, it has never been more important for us to show what we can do and how we can shine! In this session, Shannon McClintock Miller will
COVID-19 has disrupted higher education in unprecedented ways, and, in many cases, has changed both the trajectory and timeline of academic computing and its related functions. This keynote will explore experiences from two very different higher education institutions as they navigated the emergency pivot in the spring and worked through plans and adjustments for
Bob will explore a new educational paradigm that supports remote teaching and learning. Central to that paradigm’s development was the extension of NJCTL’s Social Constructivist pedagogy to the online world through the development of Asynchronous Virtual Constructivism, supporting the 2017 transition of NJCTL’s graduate courses to be 100% online and asynchronous.
Mia S. Shaw, a doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, will be discussing her equity in computing research where she proposes a pedagogical approach towards understanding how marginalized youth’s multiple, social, and political identities impact their connections to computing. Following the address, Mia will walk participants
School looks very different now with a mixture of remote and in person learning. The scrutiny on privacy is ramping up . Facebook, Google, and Zoom are all facing public