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Student-Centered Learning: Make the Shift! (April 2, 2014)

Product code: EVTIP13standards
Topics: Coding & robotics, Augmented reality, Gamification, Professional learning, Computational thinking, Personalized learning, Project-based learning, Robotics, Assistive and adaptive technologies, STEM & STEAM, Makerspaces, Literacies, Gaming, Digital citizenship, Digital storytelling
Length: Approx. 60 min.

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April 2, 4 p.m. PT | 7 p.m. ET or time via World Clock

Student-Centered Learning: Make the Shift!presented by LeeAnn Lindsey, Educational Technologist and Innovation Leader, Arizona State University.

The Common Core State Standards require students to think critically and be effective consumers and producers of information and media. In other words, they can’t just passively receive learning. They have to be able to actively create it too. This webinar will focus on ways teachers can create active, student-centered, digital age classrooms that help students meet the Common Core and ISTE Standards.

Audience: Teachers, Curriculum Directors, Tech Integration Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Tech Coaches, School Leaders

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Authors/Contributors:


LeeAnn Lindsey

Bio: LeeAnn Lindsey has more than 20 years of experience as an educator and enjoys sharing her passion for innovative teaching practices with educators nationwide. She has worked as a classroom teacher, technology integration specialist for a K-8 school district, statewide ed tech trainer, and professional development coordinator for a nationally recognized online education portal. From 2011-2016, she led an initiative in the Teachers College at Arizona State University to infuse technology throughout the teacher preparation curriculum and provide professional development to the teacher education faculty. Currently, she serves as the managing director of a collective impact initiative to improve education outcomes for students in the Phoenix urban core.