Create Positive (and Fun) Interactions to Engage K-12 Students in the Online Space: Tools to include Padlet, Kahoot, and Glogster.

Presenters: Professor Holly Owens of Touro College

When: July 8 from 6 to 7:30 pm, online via Zoom

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Description: The connection between student engagement, positive interactions, and enduring learning is often a matter of providing students with multiple modes of experiencing content and building an online community. Educational applications can help create learning experiences that engage students visually, auditorily, kinesthetically, and socially. In this 90 minute session, participants will be introduced a variety of fun, easy-to-implement, educational applications that you can integrate with your own teaching goals to improve your students’ experiences and engagement.

Following this session, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss strategies to keep your students engaged throughout the duration of your course
  • Identify functionality of at least two tech tools that can be used to engage students
  • Discuss ways to incorporate these tools into your asynchronous and synchronous classroom activities
  • Identify support resources available for students and faculty on how to successfully use these tools

For more info:
Call: (917) 201-1227 or email:

6 to 7:30 pm

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Online via Zoom (link provided after your registration)


If you missed our April 22 workshop on K-12 Online Teaching Skills for Google Classroom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams, download it HERE.