Curators of Knowledge: Student’s New Math Literacy Role in the Digital Collaborative Classroom
About this Webinar
Length: approx. 1 hour
Discover how you can create hands-on collaborative math creation stations to help students become self-directed in their learning and curators of new math knowledge. Participants will learn how to model effective digital strategies using math apps and online tools that meet the needs of each learner in a mobile classroom setting.
Webinar discussions include: helping students select, preserve, collect, maintain and archive quality digital assets, the importance of leveled lessons to meet students’ needs, and budgeting academic time to allow for reflection and closing activities. The webinar also includes a valuable collection of easily-accessible handouts (activities) for the classroom.
Naomi Harm, Master of Education in Professional Development, ME-PD and 21st century educational technology literacy specialist, welcomes every opportunity to share her expertise and best practices about technology infused teaching and learning. Her career includes: an Intel National Senior Trainer, Google certified teacher, SMART certified trainer, certified online instructor, and Naomi manages her own consulting corporation "Innovative Educator."
Naomi is a well-known international speaker delivering keynote presentations about emerging technologies, 21st century skills and assessments, mobile learning technologies, and transformative educational technology leadership. She is passionate about building global relationships with ed-tech leaders.