education for educators
Education technology works best when educators understand and feel comfortable blending it into their curricula and classrooms.
What’s the benefit of technology for students if teachers don’t know how to use it?
Integrating technology with the learning environment possess challenges such as familiarization, product knowledge, utilization, comfort level, and application. To overcome those obstacles and be effective, teachers need to know how to best use technology to achieve the desired outcomes.
We understand there are different ways to teach and different ways to learn. That’s why we offer multiple options for training that include:
On-site and Virtual Professional Development
1:1 Coaching Sessions
The next obstacle we conquer is time. Since time is a very valued commodity for teachers, we deliver training on a schedule that adapts to the availability of your faculty.
In addition to our two partners, Educational Collaborators and Promethean, we have our own full-time educators that provide professional development. The division is run by our chief academic officer, who has over 20 years in education. On the team, we have our EdTech Instructional Consultant who is also a Level 2 Google Certified Educator to provide virtual coaching and mentoring for faculty, as well as training for a wealth of STEAM offerings.
Schedule a no-obligation consultation with our chief academic officer to discuss professional development and coaching.
Areas of Professional Development
Integrating content into Google Classroom – flipping your class
Delivering effective “Live” classes via Google Meets or Zoom
How to effectively provide extra help sessions remotely
Optimizing your existing class content for remote instruction
Making content easier to organize and locate in Google Drive
Identifying free online resources to supplement your class subjects
Facilitating collaborative projects amongst your students
Introducing methods to share and showcase student work for parents and community
We have an open invitation to educators, administrators, and students for tours and curated demonstrations in our Simi Valley, CA facility.
There are three unique learning labs for you to explore. Additionally at our facility, you’ll find experts in education hardware, interactive technology, and education software, as well as our team of SuperTechs.
You can schedule a tour or plan a professional development session at our facility by calling 866-499-2580.
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Elementary STEAM Lab
Technology is the great enabler for STEAM learning. It triggers the imagination, enables students to visualize and conceptualize difficult subjects in new ways, and occasionally, sparks their imaginations about the future.
A Fab Lab or Makerspace is a place for innovation, invention, collaboration and learning using a variety of technical tools and materials through digital fabrication. Students learn to be creative and turn an idea into a reality and use in the real world.
Academic Esports Lab
When adopted properly, esports programs in middle schools and high schools can be so much more than a fun activity. An effective program can heighten enrollment in Career and Technical Education (CTE) areas of study
Additional professional development through STS
Educational Collaborators is a national consulting organization of many of the best practitioners in the field of education. Unlike most consultants, many of our collaborators work in schools today and see their ideas through to their fullest extent. Engaging current educators allows them to deliver the most relevant skills available. Staffed with over 100 collaborators across 38 states, Educational Collaborators has partnered with most major edtech companies to provide the widest array of on-site and virtual training for educators of every level.
Promethean Interactive Technology
The Promethean Professional Services team will develop a customized consultation and professional development plan for your educators. Each plan begins with a pre-consultation to ensure your educators are receiving courses that will impact their everyday teaching, and all training sessions are designed to engage educators in curriculum-focused learning.