< Webinars

After a semester of writing and revising in online spaces, creating digital portfolios and otherwise engaging in work that left a digital footprint, Sarah Woodard’s high school English class in Denver, CO recently reflected on how access to digital tools impacted their learning. In this webinar, we heard what students had to say about the importance of digital tools to their learning and we talked with teachers about what changes for them when the modality of the classrooms shifts to a digital environment. This webinar adds to a growing conversation about equity issues connected to educational technology and learning.

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Jessica Cuthbertson, 8th Grade Literacy Teacher at Vista PEAK Exploratory in Aurora, CO and a Teacherpreneur at the Center for Teaching Quality
  • Joe Dillon, Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant with the Denver Writing Project
  • Al Elliott, 5th Grade Teacher at Green Valley Elementary School in Hoover, AL
  • Jeremiah (Remi) Holden, Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technology at University of Colorado Denver
  • Sarah Woodard, Teacher at a Title One/Turnaround high school in Denver Public Schools and a Co-Director of the Denver Writing Project

 

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