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Online Professional Development Resources from National Geographic Learning
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We know teachers around the world are facing new professional challenges, including teaching virtually for the first time. At National Geographic Learning we want to help them continue to bring the world to their learners, no matter where they are. Using our growing schedule of webinars, library of webinar recordings, and blog posts, we have created a new page of Online Professional Development Resources for teachers required to teach online for the first time.
JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL WEBINAR SERIES:
ONLINE TEACHING FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS
PART 1:
Engaging Students in Meaningful Learning Activities
Presented by Dr. Joan Kang Shin and Dr. Jered Borup

18 March
8:00 AM EDT
5:00 PM EDT
PART 2:
Making Your Screen Come Alive
Presented by Dr. Joan Kang Shin and Dr. Jered Borup


25 March
8:00 AM EDT
5:00 PM EDT
PART 3:
Building a Supportive Learning Environment
Presented by Dr. Joan Kang Shin and Dr. Jered Borup


1 April
8:00 AM EDT
5:00 PM EDT
 
New on In Focus
 
In this In Focus Blog Post, Dr. Joan Kang Shin and Dr. Jered Borup share their first six tips for engaging students in meaningful learning activities. Stay tuned for the next six tips, coming soon!

 
 
Do you have a tip about teaching virtually that you would like to share with the National Geographic Learning community? Submit your teaching tip below and we may share it with our network of teachers globally.
 
 
 
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