New tech tools are released every day to enhance education. What are some best practices and easiest-to-use applications?
Educators in the Greater Cleveland area can join this FREE live workshop on Friday, February 16th courtesy of The Literacy Cooperative.
Bring your own device to this workshop and add some new solutions to your toolbelt. Our focus will be on interactive technology:
In particular, we will play with:
Meanwhile, we will learn how to apply the concepts of transactional distance, formative assessment, zone of proximal development, and blended learning... in a fun environment of exploration.
Educators in other areas can register below to join the workshop online.
Content will be available on February 16th.
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Meagen currently enjoys serving as a Level I Good Shepherd catechist in her local Catholic parish where she started the first Atrium in the County. She founded Mustard Seed Training in 2016 to support fellow catechists implement Catechesis of the Good Shepherd in homes and parishes by providing supportive relationships, custom woodworking materials, and adult faith formation.
Meagen has a B.A. in Religion from Oberlin College, Certificate in Distance Education from Penn State University, and an M.A. in Theology and Religious Studies from John Carroll University. Her first career was working extensively with adult literacy programs as a teacher, grant writer, author, and teacher trainer. Highlights include founding NEO Literacy Corps (now NEO Skill Corps), publishing Teaching Adults: A GED® Test Resource Book for New Readers Press, and a variety of professional development resources for Essential Education.
When she is offline, Meagen can be found tending chickens, bees, and an herb garden in her backyard homestead along with her husband, children (and their grandparents). She loves hanging out at farmers' markets, libraries, and wineries.