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06-23-2021
06-23-2021
3:00 pm
4:30 pm
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Non Data System
Online Course: Understanding Learner Variability, Live Webinar 1
Join OSSE and Digital Promise for this online course comprised of two live webinar sessions and up to four optional asynchronous “breakout” modules.  

YOU MUST USE THE LINK PROVIDED HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR THAT WILL BE HOSTED BY DIGITAL PROMISE.  PLEASE BE SURE TO COMPLETE THIS STEP PRIOR TO THE WEBINAR.

Through engagement in this series, participants will:
•    Develop an understanding of the research on learner variability and its impact on teaching and learning,
•    Deepen their understanding of learner factors and strategies to design learning experiences that maximize for learner variability, and
•    Integrate learner variability into their daily lessons and planning process.

Live Webinar Part 1: Understanding Learner Variability, will focus on these guiding questions:

•    How does learner variability impact your teaching and learning?
•    What is learner variability? 
•    How can research impact your teaching and learning?

*Participants will receive 2 PLUs*

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Asynchronous "breakout" module options will be offered between live webinars. Participants who complete Live Webinar 1 will receive access to the breakout modules by email and  may complete as many as they like. 

The four asynchronous breakout modules are: 

•    Cultivating Student Agency & Mindsets
•    Designing for Learner Variability: Cognition
•    Integrating SEL into Everyday Lessons
•    Designing for Learner Variability: Student Engagement

You must complete one breakout module to be prepared for Live Webinar 2, Putting It Into Practice

*Participants will receive 2 PLUs for each breakout module they complete*

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Live Webinar Part 2 will focus on these guiding questions:

•    How can learner variability support UDL and Tier I instruction? 
•    How can learner variability support continuous cycles of improvement throughout your MTSS framework?

*Participants will receive 2 PLUs*
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Jennifer Carpenter Jennifer.Carpenter@dc.gov
Tanaga Rodgers
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  501 Join OSSE and Digital Promise for this online course comprised of two live webinar sessions and up to four optional asynchronous “breakout” modules.  

YOU MUST USE THE LINK PROVIDED HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR THAT WILL BE HOSTED BY DIGITAL PROMISE.  PLEASE BE SURE TO COMPLETE THIS STEP PRIOR TO THE WEBINAR.

Through engagement in this series, participants will:
•    Develop an understanding of the research on learner variability and its impact on teaching and learning,
•    Deepen their understanding of learner factors and strategies to design learning experiences that maximize for learner variability, and
•    Integrate learner variability into their daily lessons and planning process.

Live Webinar Part 1: Understanding Learner Variability, will focus on these guiding questions:

•    How does learner variability impact your teaching and learning?
•    What is learner variability? 
•    How can research impact your teaching and learning?

*Participants will receive 2 PLUs*

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Asynchronous "breakout" module options will be offered between live webinars. Participants who complete Live Webinar 1 will receive access to the breakout modules by email and  may complete as many as they like. 

The four asynchronous breakout modules are: 

•    Cultivating Student Agency & Mindsets
•    Designing for Learner Variability: Cognition
•    Integrating SEL into Everyday Lessons
•    Designing for Learner Variability: Student Engagement

You must complete one breakout module to be prepared for Live Webinar 2, Putting It Into Practice

*Participants will receive 2 PLUs for each breakout module they complete*

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Live Webinar Part 2 will focus on these guiding questions:

•    How can learner variability support UDL and Tier I instruction? 
•    How can learner variability support continuous cycles of improvement throughout your MTSS framework?

*Participants will receive 2 PLUs*
Created on April 21, 2021 at  9:56 PM (EDT). Last updated by Carpenter, Jennifer on June 16, 2021 at  8:15 AM (EDT). Owned by Rodgers, Tanaga (OSSE).
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