Free shipping in the US & Canada!

Student Engagement: An Open-and-Shut Case

Product code: PLS101817
Topics: Tools
Length: 30 min - 1 hr
This product is not available.
Free Member only price
(You must be a member to add to cart)

This webinar recording is from the ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

This webinar will explore the principle engagement components found in activities like BreakoutEDU. During the session, participants will get a preview of BreakoutEDU and how it works. We’ll then focus on technology strategies that can be incorporated into the classroom to capitalize on student engagement.

Presented by the ISTE Virtual Environments Network.


Mary Howard

Bio: As a sixth grade teacher at Veronica E. Connor Middle School I teach ELA and Social Studies and am an ABSOLUTE technophile! I can often be caught buried in Edmodo, Augmented Reality, Twitter, OpenSim platforms, awesome apps, Web 2.0 tools or simply chasing a tech rabbit down a hole in an attempt to learn some new and exciting way to integrate technology into my classroom. I have presented at many conferences and district technology development days including: NYSCATE, Digital Wave, CIT, NETT, NYSSMA, NFRA I have also been privileged to participate in some excellent technology grants including CSLO projects and EETT through Erie 1 Boces. In 2013, my article on integrating technology with the socratic seminar was published in the In Transitions magazine. In 2014 I was selected as the NYSCATE Lee M. Bryant Outstanding Technology Teacher of the year. Just recently my Heir of the King - Epic Adventures was published in AMLE Magazine. Many of my technology musings, recommendations and experiences are illustrated in my blog: yoursmarticles.blogspot.com.