Take your students on authentic learning journeys without leaving the classroom and explore ways to deepen learning and focus on targeted instructional goals with virtual field trips.
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Looking for hands-on professional learning and development on your schedule? You’ve come to the right place. Our OK2Ask® interactive workshops are led by expert edtech coaches and are designed to help you engage students with digital tools, explore pedagogical approaches to teaching with technology, and learn strategies for implementing technology in the classroom.
OK2Ask virtual workshops are…
- Hands-on, interactive workshops suitable for all technology comfort levels.
- Available in live (for credit) and archived (without credit) formats.
- Accessible from anywhere via the free AdobeConnect app or a web browser.
- Provided for FREE by TeachersFirst® and The Source for Learning, Inc.
Trying something new is always better with a friend, so invite a colleague and register today!
Help your students thrive during remote learning by using strategies and tech tools to provide differentiated instruction.
Create engaging instructional activities and introduce your students to a new digital tool that’s sure to be a game changer in your classroom. Register for the July 28th webinar, “Wakelet as an Instructional Hub,” for a closer look at this valuable tool!
Ignite discussion, enhance social learning, and amplify your students’ voices using Flipgrid, a free video discussion platform. Come back July 29th to explore Flipgrid’s advanced features and applications in flipped and blended learning.
Prepare for flipped and/or blended learning this fall and learn to use Wakelet to create engaging, accessible, learner-centered lessons. Need the basics? Don’t miss our July 21st webinar about using Wakelet in the classroom.
Take a deeper dive during this special two-hour session and find instructional inspiration with Flipgrid’s advanced features. Help students create content that demonstrates their learning in powerful and personal ways. Need the basics? Register for our July 22nd webinar, “Enhancing Student Voice with Flipgrid.”
Digital reading is less linear and more research-driven than reading in print. Help students read more effectively online by giving them tools and strategies to help them evaluate and synthesize information.
Explore a new digital storytelling format and bring history, geography, and culture to life by creating interactive maps with Google Tour Builder.
Take a tour of resources created by and exclusively available through TeachersFirst, including interactives, themed lesson plans, pre-made virtual field trips, and digital writing practice.
Explore our favorite new and tried-and-true technology tools for your classroom—whether you’re teaching in-person or remotely this fall. Help us decide which tool wins this session’s Smackdown!
Explore new and tried-and-true technology tools for your classroom. Join TeachersFirst as we showcase our favorite edtech resources.
Want to include budget-friendly makerspace activities in your class? Then this session is for you.
Elevate student's voice, spark creativity, and improve achievement by infusing engaging targeted multimedia Show-What-You-Know projects in grades 2-12 with Sway, a free, dynamic, user-friendly online design tool.
Learn to use this friendly tech tool in the classroom to facilitate engaging instructional activities.
Encourage student independence using engaging technology integrated flexible lessons. Learn to use HyperDocs to facilitate your instruction.
Help your students learn from history by examining primary source materials. Join us to learn strategies for the use of historical evidence in the classroom.
Join us to learn about three new tools from the TeachersFirst database that will help you manage your classroom.
Amplify student's voice and provide a discussion-based way for students to showcase their knowledge in any content area with Fliphunts!
Join us to learn how to infuse coding into your elementary classroom and understand its connection to powerful problem solving with computational thinking skills.
Learn about the resources provided by TeachersFirst to make technology integration easy