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  • Top Ten Sites For All Teachers

    W20-11009 TOP TEN SITES FOR ALL TEACHERS - K - 12 Kristina Holzweiss - lieberrian@yahoo.com 3 Credits – Inservice – February 5 - April 8 Designed to introduce teachers to the top ten sites for teaching. With these ten sites, you will always have that trick up your sleeve for locating resources to enhance your lessons, activities and assessments. Beware! You might fall into a rabbit hole of lifelong learning where these sites could transform your teaching forever!
  • Whetting Your Appetite - Top Free Apps for Educators

    W20-03011 WHETTING YOUR APPETITE - TOP FREE APPS FOR EDUCATORS Kristina Holzweiss - lieberrian@yahoo.com 3 Credits – Inservice - April 15 - June 15 This course will give you the opportunity to integrate the best free apps available in your instruction and assessments. You will learn how iPads can help your students learn through multimedia and collaboration. Whether you have one iPad or a class set, these essential apps are useful for all grade levels, abilities, and content areas.
  • Gadgets and Gizmos

    W20-03006 GADGETS AND GIZMOS – ESSENTIAL WEB TOOLS Kristina Holzweiss - lieberrian@yahoo.com 3 Credits – Inservice - February 5 - April 8 Technology should enhance education, and help educators to create lessons for our future ready students. There are so many tips and tricks that we can use to increase student engagement, and make our teaching lives more enjoyable and efficient. Learn how to create digital newsletters and manipulate images. You’ll enjoy creating learning games, presentations, videos, rubrics, flashcards and graphic organizers.
  • Celebrating Reading In the 21st Century

    W20-04062 CELEBRATING READING IN THE 21ST CENTURY Kristina Holzweiss - lieberrian@yahoo.com 3 Credits – Inservice - April 15 - June 15 I don’t believe in non-readers or reluctant readers; they are Yet-To-Be Readers! I believe in children who haven’t YET connected with reading. The connection could be finding the perfect book that speaks to them, regardless of topic and reading level. It can be a book in a different format such as an ebook or an audiobook. Or it could be sharing the reading experience with another person. Reading doesn’t have to be a solitary activity. It can be an event that brings people together. Chances are you became an educator because you love to read and want to share that joy with your students. But how can reading books compete with screen time and video games? Through this course we will collaborate and share ideas to promote books and reading in our school learning communities through low tech and high tech means.