Drexel Online will be hosting a series of webinars on the latest trends and best practices in the world of Education. Presented by Drexel University's School of Education. Register for each individual webinar or several webinars in the series below.
This workshop will provide general education teachers visual support techniques to use with their students with autism to increase engagement and reduce anxiety in the classroom.
Dr. Michel L. Miller
Director of Special Education Programs
This webinar will provide strategies for school leaders seeking to improve instructional technology in schools with challenging budget situations. The session will review the reasons for improving instructional technology in a changing student landscape, share techniques for innovative procurement, create a foundation for individualized professional development plans, and review the current outlook for free, innovative and effective web 2.0 tools.
Dr. Allen Grant
Director, Education Administration and Leadership
Building Multicultural Critical Literacies in the Classroom and at Home-In this two-part seminar, the facilitators will discuss a framework K-12 teachers can use to select authentic multicultural literature to complement instructional objectives in the classroom, and to involve parents in nurturing literacy development at home.
Dr. Vera J. Lee
Assistant Clinical Professor in Teacher Education
Dr. Kristine S. Lewis-Grant
Associate Clinical Professor in Teacher Education
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
6PM - 8PM (ET)
How Can Leaders Use Cognitive and Emotional Resources to Advance Their Praxis?-Presentation of an instructional model to help leaders advance their creative thinking and problem solving based on learning about psychological research combined with self-assessment that ultimately advances their organization's capacities.
Dr. Jennifer Katz-Buonincontro
Assistant Professor in Educational Administration and Leadership