Holly Pantle on the Role of Libraries and Technology
Holly Pantle is the incoming Technology Director for the Charleston (IL) school district. In this episode, Holly discusses the changing role of the Library Information Specialist, how she has supported students and teachers during remote learning, and some of the challenges she plans to tackle in her new role.
Summer Online Courses Start May 11
Summer is a great time to get caught up on professional learning, and these free self-paced online courses are ready to support your technology integration efforts.
Podcast: Transitioning to Remote Learning with Mike Lubelfeld
Mike Lubelfeld discusses his district’s transition from in-person learning to e-learning and then to remote learning. In this candid interview, Mike talks about the things that went well, the things they could have done better, and the phenomenal work that his staff is doing to support learners wherever they are.
Earn PD Hours through the LTC for Google’s Distance Learning Course
Google’s Distance Learning for Educators Course is a free online learning course that is available to anyone, anywhere, at any time. The Learning Technology Center of Illinois is happy to provide Illinois educators with 2.75 hours of Professional Development Credit for license renewal for completing this course. Here’s how…
Podcast: Jodi Scott Discusses Remote Learning
Regional Superintendent Jodi Scott was part of the team that created the Illinois Remote Learning Recommendations. In this special episode, Jodi returns to our show to discuss the differences between Illinois’ current Remote Learning Recommendations and the earlier legislation. Listen as Jodi provides critical clarifications and insights.
5 Tips for Leading Professional Learning Virtually
Are you switching to leading professional learning in a virtual environment? It is a new experience for many. Here are 5 tips for people entering this new world of online professional learning.
Leadership in the Face of Inequities
Dr. Nick Sutton, Superintendent of Stark County School District, calls educators and leaders to action in this unprecedented situation of technology inequities.
Podcast: Luxblox with Mike Acerra
Heather and Mike Acerra are the educational entrepreneurs behind Luxblox, allowing students to explore science, engineering, and design in almost any setting. In this episode, Mike tells us about how Luxblox can be used in classrooms to support science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics in almost any learning activity.