The first webinar will be given by Training Specialists from our Efficacy and Implementation Team to provide you with insights into pedagogical trends that are improving learning outcomes. The second webinar will be presented by one of our SMART Exemplary Educators to provide tips and tricks that you can use in your classroom.
Learn ways to optimize SMART solutions to meet the needs of each individual learner (visual, auditory, tactile, and kinesthetic) and discuss the benefits of incorporating these learning styles.
Presented by: Sarah Storck, M. Ed., Training Specialist, SMART Technologies
Over the course of Sarah’s 11-year teaching career, she has taken every opportunity to utilize technology in her classroom. Sarah’s desire to integrate technology led her to complete an M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and pursue an Instructional Technology Specialist certification. Witnessing firsthand the positive effect of SMART solutions on the learning of students with a variety of abilities and learning profiles, she understands the importance of interactive technology. Sarah is enthusiastic about the potential of SMART solutions to inspire students to become independent and motivated learners.
Discover how to differentiate lessons utilizing the SMART education solutions to create a productive and engaging classroom environment.
Presented by: Kaitlyn Brugnoni, M. Ed., Training Specialist, SMART Technologies
In her career as a teacher, Kaitlyn has served as a lead mentor to new teachers, a professional development team member and held administrative roles. During her time in the classroom, she has been a technology pioneer and is excited to apply her skills and knowledge at SMART and to grow as an educator and professional. Kaitlyn is an energetic person who thrives on collaboration and has a passion for helping teachers to work smarter – not harder. She is eager to help introduce new technology to teachers and administrators that will enrich the learning experience for all students.
Join one of our SMART Exemplary Educators as they share differentiated center activities for students in their classroom. These center activities are innovative and engaging and can be modified for multiple levels.
Learn how to create an inclusive classroom environment for all students with SMART solutions. Specifically, use our tips and tricks to smoothly transition between tasks, maintain students' focus on important concepts, and efficiently use class time for optimal student outcomes.
Presented by: Teddy Kamburov, M. Ed., Training Specialist, SMART Technologies
Teddy’s career began at the secondary level, in middle and high schools within the Palm Beach County School District. She has seen the power of integrating technology to provide instant feedback, encourage collaboration and organically foster Social and Emotional Learning for students of all ages and abilities. Teddy has also worked as an International Baccalaureate Coordinator providing training to her peers in pedagogical best practices, and as a district administrator helping 5 new magnet schools integrate technology into teachers’ instructional practices. Teddy strongly believes that technology is not a separate component to education; rather, it is an integral part of teaching and learning.
Thursday March 28th, 2019 @ 4 pm EST
Join one of our SMART Exemplary Educators share how to leverage the SMART solution to engage all students throughout the entire school day, using the SMART solution during transitions, classroom management and more.
How do you ensure classroom engagement using SMART solutions without a 1:1 environment? Learn how to create a student-centered, technology- enhanced classroom using small group instruction.
Join one of our SMART Exemplary Educators share small group and center activities students can complete individually or in a small group.
Thursday May 9th, 2019 @ 4 pm EST
Discover how to effectively utilize the flipped learning model using SMART education solutions.
Thursday May 30th, 2019 @ 4 pm EST
Join one of our SMART Exemplary Educators share lesson ideas that will encourage students to discover and inquire more in their individual learning.