LFFL Webinars

NOVEMBER

Title: Differentiated Engagement Strategies for Online & Blended Professional Learning

Speaker: Kate Baker

Description: What do unique educators and learners need to successfully communicate and collaborate online? As educators, parents, and administrators grapple with the effects of COVID-19 on the school year, it’s clear that it will take more than just copy/pasting in-person strategies to online spaces. Join us for this engaging webinar in which Kate Baker, experienced educator and Senior Community Manager at Edmodo, will explore effective strategies and ready-made tools that can help you implement differentiated instruction and foster social-emotional learning via online and blended learning professional development.

When: Nov 17, 2021 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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DECEMBER

Title: Florida's Coordinated System of Professional Development

Speaker: Jenna Evans

Description: Join us as we delve into the major elements of Florida’s Coordinated System of Professional Development and explore how each relates to your role as a professional learning leader. During our time together we will discuss Florida’s Professional Learning Standards, professional learning systems and catalogs, and the Professional Development Review Protocol process. Whether you are new to professional learning and looking to build foundational knowledge or a seasoned leader wanting a refresher, this webinar will have something to meet your needs!

When: Dec 8, 2021 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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JANUARY

Title: Cultivate More Joy in the New Year

Speaker: Sheila Kennedy

Description: Uncover the science to living, learning and teaching well.Through research backed strategies and tools, learn how to cultivate the power of positive emotions in the new year to strengthen one's resiliency and increase overall happiness. In 2022 you won't just survive, you will thrive!

When: Jan 12, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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FEBRUARY

Title: Inspire Me: Increasing Authentic Engagement in Online Professional Learning

Speaker: Naomi Church

Description: Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is based on a theory that any tool, asset, or scaffold which has been shown to benefit some learners should be available to all learners. By presuming differences in student background knowledge, learning preferences, and cognitive strengths, and then intentionally designing for authentic engagement, instructors establish an environment that is presumptively inclusive.This session will bridge UDL theory with practical implementation strategies for increasing participant engagement in online and blended professional learning environments. Participants will learn about the concepts that underpin UDL, the pedagogical value for utilizing a UDL approach and leave with strategies for immediate implementation.

When: Feb 16, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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