D397 - Webinar - Differentiating Instruction with Nearpod, Peardeck and Edpuzzle
- Ciclo: 2021
- Nivel: Distance
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Confirmado
- Lugar: Distance
- Capacitador/es: Laura Elena Giacomini
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Viernes 12 de Febrero
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Centros de Examen ARS 3600.00
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Capacitador/esLaura Elena Giacomini
Laura Giacomini is a graduate teacher from IES en Lenguas Vivas "Juán Ramón Fernández". She was a graduate teaching assistant in the Language IV course at her alma mater and a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant. She is currently working towards getting her “Licenciatura” degree in English Literature at the Universidad Nacional del Litoral. She has been teaching English since 2005 in a variety of contexts. She is experienced in the primary, secondary and college levels. She has been giving presentations since 2014 at local and international education conferences. She has had her work published by the TESOL International Association, TESOL Connections and the English Teaching Forum – A Quarterly Journal for English Teachers by the United States Department of State. Laura has recently become a Google Certified Educator Level 1, Edpuzzle Coach, Seesaw Pioneer and Nearpod Certified Educator. In September 2020 she started doing the "Best Practices of Online English Language Teaching" certification with TESOL International Asociation.
Primary and secondary school teachers and college professors
Provide an introduction to three different online tools that allow teachers to differentiate instruction.
Explore three online tools that have proven to be a game-changer for educators worldwide.
Compare and contrast two Google Slides add-ons that make presentations more interactive and inclusive, giving each and every student a voice.
Using already-made activities, customizing them (or not!) and creating your own.
What to do while everybody logs in to an interactive presentation and prevent other students from getting bored or impatient in the meantime.
Exploring sample activities and trying them out.
When to use student-paced and live versions.
How to track students’ progress.
How to make your slides fun and personalized.
Participants will see and try the online tools presented in this webinar (Zoom) as both teachers and students to see the benefits of differentiating instruction with them. It is advisable (but not compulsory!) to have a second device for this session or to know how to split screens.
Tomlinson, Carol Ann. How To Differentiate Instruction In Academically Diverse Classrooms. 3rd ed., ASCD, 2017.
Golubeva, Daria. "Split Screen To Join A Video Lesson And Play Kahoot! On One Device". Kahoot!, 2020, https://kahoot.com/blog/2020/04/22/students-join-video-play-kahoot-one-device/. Accessed 30 Aug 2020. (not a tool we’ll explore but to see as an example of splitting your screen for this webinar)