The Monday Minute
January 18, 2021!
A Hybrid Companion for Middle Level Teaching
✻ Help students strengthen their organization skills
✻ Adapt methods with adolescent learners in mind
✻ Modify curriculum.
6 Teaching Resources for the Presidential Inauguration
Learning Disguised as Fun (or Vice Versa?)
Microgrants Available to Support Technology Integration
More from Keep Indiana Learning
Examples of sessions available on demand include the Distance Learning Playbook, "Fostering the 4 C's Using Google Slides," Visible Learning, and many math-related sessions.
Join DOE's Book Study on Interventions and Extensions
FETC: Now Virtual and Free!
Free Classes for Students (That You Might Enjoy, Too)
Reminder: INSPIRE3 Resources Still Available
Free Learning Opportunities (all times EST)
January 19: PATINS- Assistive Technology Tools & Supports for Remote Learning, 9-2
January 19 or 20: Social Studies Caravan (register by 1-18-21)
January 19: AMLE Followup Webinar on Discussing Current Events & the Inauguration, 4:30-5:30 pm
January 19: TeachersFirst Smackdown (Classroom Management Edition), 7 pm
January 20: AMLE Webinar on Implicit Bias & Microaggressions, 4:30-5:30 pm
January 21: Flipgrid for All Celebration, 1 pm
January 23: Middle Grades Collaborative Conference, 9-4:30
January 25: Educating Responsibly with Diana Gill & Keep Indiana Learning, 5 pm
January 26-29: FETC Conference, Free!
January 26: 3 Cool Tools for Station Rotation, 7 pm
January 29: Applications Due for Laura Bush Library Grant
February 2: Horace Mann Speaker Series: Adam Welcome, Kids Deserve It, 8:30 pm
February 4: A Virtual Approach to Social & Emotional Learning, 4:30 pm
February 9: Accessibility Tools for Students with Dyslexia, 7-8 pm
February 11: Accessibility Tools for Students with Dyslexia, 9-10 pm
Indiana eLearning Lab (Must Register to See Live Schedule; Tutorials always available. This week's sessions include GoogleKeep and Sketchnoting .)
National Geographic Online Courses (several start on January 20)