Designed for Paraprofessionals and instructional Assistants
Facilitated by Sarah Birgé
Target Audience: Instructional Assistants and Paraprofessionals
Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2021
Synchronous Times: 9 – 11:00 am
Location: Virtual Zoom
Cost: CVEDC member $70 Non-Member $90
*Please use the comment box on the registration page to let us know if there is anything else we should know about you and what you need to be successful!
This one day, two-hour training will leave participants with the confidence and skills they need to leverage technology for in-person and virtual student support. In addition to overarching conversations about tech shame, productivity, and steps to make your workday flow smoothly, we’ll cover programs like Seesaw, plus G Suite platforms like Meet, Classroom, Calendar, Gmail, and Drive. Participants will answer questions that let us see where the support is needed at registration.
Finally, we’ll touch on how to help students troubleshoot and use tech, both remotely and in-person, and how to use tech to enhance your work one-on-one and with small groups of students, including:
• Technology Platforms and how to use them
• Virtual Applications
• One on one and small group virtual supports
• Trouble shooting for students who are struggling with access
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About our Presenter: Sarah Birgé is an educator and coach with over a decade of experience in Vermont and international education, including a stint as the state ELA specialist. In addition to holding Level II Google Educator certification, she is also expert at destigmatizing tech shame and teaching new skills in a practical and common-sense manner.