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Podcasts, Webinars, & Presentations

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Early Experiences with Teaching Remotely
Teachers Cody Collier, Kiara Denholm, Erin Rogers, Drew Gerdes, hosted by Kim Marxhausen, discuss ministry in the new world of remote learning. Topics include challenges as well as surprise benefits that just might change assumptions about teaching going forward. (April 2020)


Reimagining Assessment in the Year of COVID-19
This series of three 15-minute discussions facilitated by Dr. Kim Marxhausen, feature elementary teachers Erin Rogers, Kiara Denholm, Cody Collier, and EC administrator Dr. Drew Gerdes sharing ideas about how assessment looks different under new circumstances.

  1. Report Cards 2020
    If assessment changes, then the way we report it needs to change too. Consider your situation as your colleagues discuss how to navigate report card changes and support and provide parents with the information they need about the progress of their children.

  2. Shining the Assessment Light in a Different Corner
    Schools assess what they value. Students learn with less familiar methods for teachers to see the skills of problem-solving, metacognition, and self-regulation in a fresh light. This articulate discussion reveals the current opportunity to share this realization with parents.

  3. Looking Ahead to Next Year
    As educators determine which skills were taught and which were left behind, minds turn toward next year’s class. Teachers need to consider which skills need more review, and how to pass along useful information to colleagues. Listen while these Lutheran educators plan for the next steps in the COVID-19 teaching experience.


Future Podcasts

Pending development for the new school year.