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REL Midwest Event: A Closer Look: Teacher Perceptions and Use of Technology in Teaching
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October 16, 2019

Time: 4:00–4:50 p.m. Central Time

Location: Virtual

Description: This webinar addresses the importance of educational technology professional development for teachers using education technology to help prepare students for the 21st century. Researchers from REL Midwest will present an overview of the findings of the recent REL Midwest study Technology use in instruction and teacher perceptions of school support for technology use in Iowa high schools. Participants also will hear from practitioners on how they can use the results of REL Midwest’s recent instructional technology report to inform practices in their districts. This will include details on how rural school and district leaders can work to provide teachers with professional learning opportunities that are sustained, ongoing, and job-embedded.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Iowa Learning and Technology Networked Improvement Community

Audience: This webinar is designed for state-level education administrators, regional education service agency staff, district superintendents, district-level research staff, principals, instructional coaches, and teachers.

Speakers: Jonathan Margolin, Ph.D., principal researcher, REL Midwest
Marshal Conley, senior technical assistance consultant, REL Midwest
Kay Schmalen, science and technology consultant, Central Rivers Area Education Agency (AEA)
Cari Teske, teacher librarian/technology integrationist, Central Rivers AEA
Jeremy Mize, instructional coach, BGM Community School District

Contact
Laura Checovich
lchecovich@air.org
(608) 334-1200
More Information
Agenda for this event  PDF File ( 139 KB )
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Category
REL Events
Organization
Regional Educational Laboratory Program
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