Extension Education Programs hosts weekly virtual hour-long sessions for K12 educators on a variety of topics and presenters to address the current environmental impact on the classroom environment, teaching, and learning.
You'll gain access to:
- Peer teacher network
- Support and teacher development
- Virtual teaching resources
- Subject matter experts and guest speakers
Every Friday from 4 - 5 pm
Register at http://ucm.edu/v/hh4t and you will be sent the Zoom link. This link will be the same Zoom link you will use throughout this series.
2021 HH4T Schedule:
- February 5
Join us for our kick-off where we look at the coming year and what practices you will put into place based on your virtual classroom experiences to date.
- February 12
General open forum discussion this Friday. We are building a list of resources for teachers by teachers which can be anything including but not limited to articles, books, teacher spotlights, activities, etc. If you would like to share with us, please bring your ideas!
- February 19
Discuss ideas, strategies, and adaptation techniques in engaging students in asynchronous environments. This environment is most likely the most challenging. When students are isolated and have no chance to engage with peers or teachers, how do we support and build those connections?
- February 26
We invite you to attend this event at our sister campus, UC Davis for a panel discussion on Race and the Transition to Adulthood. This event is from 3:30 - 5pm. Please register here for tomorrow's event.
Resources for Teachers by Teachers
TeachHUB is the online resource center for educators provided by the K-12 Teachers Alliance.
Engage students in asynchronous environments