Webinar: How New Teachers Can Reach Students in All Learning Environments

When:  Jun 2, 2022 from 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM (ET)

What a roller coaster teachers have been on for the past 3 years! From having to move to a completely virtual learning environment to navigating hybrid settings and the need to engage students both in the classroom and at home—not to mention working with quarantined students—teachers have had to learn how to reach and teach our students in a multitude of different settings. As a new teacher, how will you reach your students in such environments and, more importantly, how will you develop relationships with them? Our students need us more than ever, and we need to help them with their social–emotional needs first so that we can help them adjust and be able to learn. 

In this session, new teachers will learn:
• How to make the most of a 1:1 environment setting
• Strategies that reach students and support social–emotional needs in any setting
• Resources that can be used in both virtual and face-to-face settings

About the Presenter

Debbie Huffine has taught for more than 30 years at the elementary and middle school levels, was a district instructional coach for Grades K–12, and is now an Engineering teacher for Grades 7–8 and Chair of the Science Department. In 2018 Huffine earned an EdS from the American College of Education, where she is now the Core Professor for STEM Education.