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April Webinars Announced

04/04/2022 2:01 PM | MSET Webmaster (Administrator)

MSET has an exciting lineup of professional development webinars this month!

Putting the SAMR Model into Practice & Supporting High School Students as they Transition to College

Join us Wednesday, April 13 at 8PM EDT for a double session. First, Jeromie Whalen, a technology teacher at Northampton Public Schools in Massachusetts is going to discuss putting the SAMR model into practice. Not familiar with the SAMR model? Essentially, it is a model that helps us to determine the right tool based on the task we want students to complete. A visual depiction of the model is included below. 

The SAMR model can help educators think about the role of technology in supporting learning.







Creative Commons from https://www.edutopia.org/article/powerful-model-understanding-good-tech-integration


In his presentation, Jeromie will not only explain the model, but he’ll provide practical examples and share tools that he uses with his students.

Following Jeromie’s presentation, Matthew Checrallah, a learning specialist at University of Massachusetts Amherst will share tools he uses to help students prepare for their transition into high school. He’ll explain which tools he use and how they can help students prepare for their journey into higher ed. Be sure to register here.


Unlock the Love of Learning with Breakout EDU

On April 27th at 8PM ET, we are delighted to have the CEO of Breakout EDU, Adam Bellow join us to share how you can unlock the love of learning with the Breakout EDU platform.

Breakout EDU’s standards-aligned games challenge learners to use content knowledge and collaboration to discover clues and unlock puzzles. It promotes the 4Cs (Communication, Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking), promotes career readiness, and enhances social-emotional learning skills.

Breakout EDU won a Tech & Learning Award of Excellence in 2021 and is currently used by more than 350,000 teachers. 

To learn more about the platform, check out their website and be sure to register for our session.



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