The Canisius College Education Technologies Program is hosting a second FREE webinar series on practical applications of technology in the classroom. During each session participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the technologies modeled. Participants will also earn CTLE credits!
Our second session will be held on November 13, at 3:00 pm. Robert Zdrojewski, Canisius Ed Tech Professor and the K-12 Director of instructional Technology at Oakfield-Alabama Central Schools, will host a session on using screencasting & the flipped classroom.
The Art of Screencasting: Keys to Flipped Learning
Learn how to create a “digital YOU” using Chromebooks, Windows or Mac! We will explore how educators have "flipped" direct instruction into screencasting so students now have anytime, anywhere access to teacher-produced screencasts. When combined with an online learning platform like Schoology, teachers can create a 24/7 personalized learning environment! We will also explore the latest offerings for becoming Level 1 Flipped Learning Certified by FL Global, as well as hear the challenges that were overcome to ensure all students can view screencasts even without wifi. Join us!
Please use this link to register for the webinar.
About the Education Technologies and Emerging Media Program at Canisius College:
The Education Technologies and Emerging Media Programs are innovative and fully online. The Master's Degree program is designed to prepare classroom teachers for New York State (NYS) certification as an Educational Technology Specialist (grades PreK-12). A degree option is also available for students not interested in NYS certification. These courses also prepare students to take the Google Certified Education Level 1/Level 2 and Flipped Learning Level 1/Level 2 Certification exams. This program is perfect for K-12 teachers who already have their initial certification in their content area and are seeking professional certification. Students focus on the purposeful use of technology for teaching and learning with a major emphasis on the application of technologies for content literacy.