***All four sessions must be attended to receive CTLE credit***
'These inquiry-to-action teams will explore a variety of new and old technologies that can help create dynamic learning opportunities for a wide range of students. They will work together to decide which tools work best to support students’ access to grade-level content and which tools can provide multiple means for students to show us what they know and can do. Team members will start with what they already have in their schools and then learn new tools. Members of this group will have the opportunity to create digital representations of their work to be published in the spring.
Participants will learn:
1. Tools to support students' access to grade level content and to provide multiple means for students to show what they know and can do.
2. An integrated design approach for technological
decision-making and develop expertise at making thoughtful pedagogical decisions based on what works best for students’ learning.
3. Ways to integrate technological tools in sustainable and inclusive ways. '