Workshops and Professional Development

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Extended Reality: Exploring 360 Video in K-12 Education, Summer 2021

June 21-August 8, 2021

This asynchronous (self-paced) workshop is designed for K-12 administrators, classroom teachers, teacher educators and others interested in integrating 360 video technology into their teaching practice. Participants will explore a range of tools, methods and resources for curricular integration of XR beginning with readily available applications (e.g. virtual field trips) and progressing to hands-on experience with 360 video cameras for creating XR content and student learning experiences. Participants will also gain experience in using 360 video as a tool for reflecting on their own teaching practice and/or to support professional learning. Earn 12.5 contact hours for this workshop (free registration), OR earn one graduate workshop credit hour ($162 tuition fee).

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Mathematics Education Online Workshops

Kent State University is offering Online Workshops designed specifically for math teachers and math intervention specialists. Each workshop is comprised of five modules and five assignments. Workshop participants may begin the workshop at any time; they have 6 weeks to complete the assignments and receive one Continuing Education Credit (10 contact hours). Cost: $50 (for 1-CEU)

For more information, please contact Dr. Scott Courtney: scourtn5@kent.edu or 330-672-0657.

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