The Virtual Valley: Last-Minute Tools and Strategies for Online Classroom Education

The Virtual Valley: Last-Minute Tools and Strategies for Online Classroom Education

As we all navigate the continuing shift to online education due to COVID-19, we invite educators to participate in this day-long virtual conference where we will share knowledge, insight, and best practices for successful online teaching. The conference program will address a broad scope of educational topics related to the online experience, such as universal design in technology, privacy and copyright concerns, and creating inclusive class experiences.

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The program provides strategies and tips to help you assess and review online classroom content so that you are prepared to offer dynamic class experiences that are both inclusive and compliant with fair use and accessibility requirements. Please come, participate, and share your knowledge.

Track 1: STEM Tools for Online Learning: Build Your Toolkit Track 2: Building Digital Curriculum
9-9:45am Speaking Out of Turn: Using Slack to Cohort-Build and Strengthen Informal Communication in a Distance-Learning Context
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Accessing Online Content for Teaching Mathematics
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10-10:45am Affordable Options for STEM Labs: 3-D Share Files
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Copyright and the Classroom
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11-11:45am Accessing Free Science Education Platform for Online Learning
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Designing Class Content Using Open Educational Resources
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Track 3: Building Engagement Track 4: Best Practices for Accessibility and Targeted Groups
1-1:45pm Team Work! Building Equitable Online Class Lessons Together
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Universal Design and ADA Best Practices
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2pm Cultural Contexts: Successful Online Teaching: The Essential is Not in Technology
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Best Practices For Online Special Education
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3-3:45pm Best Practices for Online Student Engagement
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Best Online Practices for English Language Learners
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