EdTech and Traditional Instruction: Mixing It Up [Webinar]
Most educators agree that the use of technology in the classroom can have a positive effect on student learning if used correctly. The trick is figuring out how to best meld education technology with high-quality, in-person instruction.
Technology integration can be a challenge, especially in the language-learning classroom. With budgets being what they are, language and ELL instructors had less technology tools with which to experiment.
That’s why Rosetta Stone Education is embarking on a technology integration journey, starting with our free webinar “EdTech and Traditional Instruction: Mixing It Up in Today’s Language-Learning Classroom”.
On Wednesday, October 14th at 4:00 PM Eastern, Rosetta Stone Language Education Expert, Boris Morew, and K-12 Education Marketing Lead, Tanya Mas, will be discussing how to improve student performance in the language learning setting through the combination of technology and instruction.
In just one hour, Boris and Tanya will discuss:
- How technology is impacting K-12 education
- How easy and effective it is to implement state-of-the-art language learning technology in the traditional classroom
- Selecting the right blended learning approach
- The pros and cons of online learning in the traditional classroom
This session is interactive, so come armed with your best questions about technology integration in the language-learning classroom. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to share ideas with our technology expert and colleagues from across the country.
Although teachers are the ones who tend to implement blended learning plans, this session will be valuable for staff at all levels of education, including:
- School administrators
- District administrators
- Curriculum/instruction coordinators
- ELL coordinators
You owe it to yourself and your students to find out how technology can best be used to improve your language-learning instruction.
Click here to sign up for this free webinar and share this entry with your colleagues!