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Building Communities:
Weekly Connections with Teachers, Parents, and Schools

25

July

edTrends | Media Literacy and Civility in the age of Misinformation 

12-1:00 PM EST Via Zoom 

Registration

bit.ly/edTrends07-27-22

Event Info

Wednesday, July 27th 2022 | 12-1pm EST | Via Zoom 

The National Association of Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) will discuss media literacy and media literacy education – Questions that will be addressed: What is media literacy education? Why is this topic important to K-20 educators and administrators?

Registration for July 27, 2022: bit.ly/edTrends07-27-22

18

July

Hyflex Teaching and Learning in K-12 Schools 

Asynchronous & Synchronous via Zoom

Registration 

 

Event Info

July 18- August 21, 2022 | Synchronous & Asynchronous courses| Via ZOOM

Only $25 Registration Fee for 15-CTLE HOURS (Over $300 Value!) 

Register now: bit.ly/AATLASPD22

This course will focus on flexible online and onsite K-12 education and the technology needed to create an innovative HyFlex learning space. HyFlex education is the future, providing learning opportunities in person, asynchronously, and synchronously online simultaneously. In light of the pandemic, more K-12 schools and institutions of higher learning in the United States and abroad are adopting this innovative structure, allowing participants to choose their learning experience and their learning environment (Beatty, 2019).

 

18

July

Equitable Grading Practices  

Asynchronous & Synchronous via Zoom

Registration 

 

Event Info

July 18- August 21, 2022 | Synchronous & Asynchronous courses| Via ZOOM

Only $25 Registration Fee for 15-CTLE HOURS (Over $300 Value!) 

Register now: bit.ly/AATLASPD22

In this 15-hour mini-course, K-12 educators will analyze the intent of their grading philosophy and its impact on student learning. When educators unpack and understand how deeply held beliefs, attitudes and methods impact their educational practices and students’ wellbeing, only then can they begin to bridge the gap between current methods and future equity practices. In this course, students will evaluate their grading philosophies and explore equitable grading concepts through the introduction of the three pillars: Accurate, Bias Resistant, and Motivation outlined by Feldman (2019) in Grading for Equity.

 

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School of Education AATLAS | Catskill
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, NY 12222

Telephone: 518.442.5028

Email: aatlas@albany.edu