While our webinar series wrapped up in the late spring of 2020, the archives of our series are available through the posts below, as well as in this YouTube playlist.
Critical and Creative Teaching in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis
A series of free webinars for K-12 educators (Flyer)
- Tuesdays | 4:00 to 5:00 PM EST
- 8 Sessions, April 21 to June 9, 2020
- Via Zoom Video Conferencing, Up to 100 Participants
- Recorded sessions will be archived and available after the initial webinar
In these unique and unprecedented times, K-12 educators are being tasked with providing experiences for their students that range from “enrichment” activities to fully online, synchronous learning sessions. As we all work through a design and development phase of flexible learning options, we hope to share knowledge, insights, and activities that could be useful for other educators.
This series of weekly webinars will be offered as live, synchronous one-hour Zoom sessions on Tuesdays at 4:00 PM EST, and will be archived for later viewing. Teacher consultants leading these sessions are, like you, working under “stay home, stay safe” orders and are working to engage students in meaningful learning activities.
We will participate in activities together, as learners, and have time for questions, conversation, and planning next steps in your own teaching context. Recognizing the challenges of remote learning, we will address strategies for supporting students’ socio-emotional health, our own struggles with the abrupt end of the school year, and other concerns that continue to emerge during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than just “moving online,” these sessions are designed to provide interactive, web-based learning opportunities, so active participation during the scheduled sessions is encouraged through webcams and microphones. Teachers leading these session are donating their time, talent, and expertise, and look forward to learning with you. Sessions will include:
- Session 1: Remote Learning without Ubiquitous Internet Access (Tue, Apr 21st at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 2: Reasonable Expectations for Remote Learning (Tue, Apr 28th at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 3: Facilitating Effective Online Class Sessions Through Video Chat (Tue, May 5th at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 4: Promising Experiences for Student Writers (Tue, May 12th at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 5: PBL at Home: Designing Meaningful Research Projects (Tue, May 19th at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 6: Learning How to Learn Online as Professionals (Tue, May 26th at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 7: Staying Connected as Teacher-Writers (Tue, June 2nd at 4:00 PM EST)
- Session 8: Open Forum: Next Steps in Learning Continuity (Tue, June 9th at 4:00 PM EST)
These sessions are being offered free, yet in order to participate live, in Zoom, RSVPs are required using the Google Form below. Questions? Please contact CRWP Director, Troy Hicks at <email@example.com>.
Finally, if you would like to support the Chippewa River Writing Project, we would appreciate any donation that you able to offer through CMU’s online giving portal.