Navigating Uncharted Waters


As we step forward into rapidly unfolding changes generated by COVID 19, educators are being challenged to think more flexibly, adaptively and creatively than ever before. Sometimes it can be hard to maintain a growth mindset while managing the barrage of change. Learning Forward Colorado is committed to learning with you. Join us in this webinar series, Navigating Uncharted Waters, as we offer not only relevant information but also a chance to network with other educators who are facing similar concerns and celebrations.

Take the opportunity to make interacting with these webinars (live or recorded) a part of graduate-level credit! Check out the EDUX summer course through the Dominican University of California to learn how to earn 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 graduate-level credits.

Low-Stress Ways to Engage Students in Remote Learning (April 16, 2020)

Remote learning has been a fast and uncomfortable transition for many of us.  In this webinar, we will discuss ways to make remote learning engaging and intentional for students that won’t cause stress or frustration for the teacher.  These skills will also enhance your face-to-face classes when we return to school in the fall.

Coaching and Mentoring in Times of Crisis (April 23, 2020)

Coaches and mentors, are you questioning your roles during this time of remote learning? Are you eager to connect with others who are in similar positions?
If so, please invest in your own self-care by joining us for a webinar exploring the crucial work of coaches and mentors during times of crisis.

The Innovation of Engagement: Engaging All Learners in a Virtual World and any Classroom!

Join Denise and Sherri as they share ideas, strategies and research-based approaches to engage all students in rigorous learning experiences. They will be sharing ways to create innovative ways of teaching in a remote learning environment and in your classroom that creates a culture of student-centred learning where students do the work, the thinking, the talking, creating, and problem-solving. Although their focus is on professional learning in STEM and innovation in their real work with teachers, these ideas apply to all K-12 teachers and all subject areas.

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Part 2

Collaboration at the Core

With remote learning can often come a feeling of isolation. In this webinar, we focus on the benefits, challenges, and strategies of/for effective collaboration. Join this webinar to connect with colleagues from all over the state to discuss what collaboration could look like for your team!

Apply the time spent watching, participating, and applying the content of Learning Forward Colorado webinars and the Summer Virtual Institute towards graduate-level credit through Dominican University’s EDUX 9983! (Registration for the course is required for credit.)