Students have a wide variety of needs. Sometimes these aren’t identified by a baseline test, mid-term assessment, or end of the unit exam. How can educators support students who need something a little bit different than their peers? Which students in your class are quieter than their classmates? Are there tech tools for introverts? I’m so excited to share this new course titled, “Quiet Kids Count: Tech Tools to Give Even the Quietest Kids a Voice,” from Chrissy Romano, a fantastic New Jersey educator and Google Certified Trainer.
Over the past few years, I’ve had the chance to see Chrissy present to fellow educators about the power of digital tools in the classroom and the need to support introverts. This year Chrissy has launched a new course on the Participate platform designed for educators who want to support the introverts in their classroom. I’m a big fan of the Participate course platform. It lets educators work at their own pace through professional learning that addresses their goals for the school year. Chrissy’s new course includes lots of information for educators to explore in a self-paced online space.
Tech Tools for Introverts
Digital tools give educators the power to locate resources to support a wide range of students. As you look for the strategies and resources to best meet the needs of every student population in your school, this online course from Chrissy Romano is a great place to start. A commitment to social and emotional learning can include strategic professional development like this self-paced course.
I’m a big fan of online learning that lets you move at your own pace and on schedule. As someone who is on the go, and jumping from one new spot to another, online courses have completely changed the way I think about professional learning. Using the Participate platform, Chrissy has created a space for you to access quality content. You can share what you have learned and connect with other educators.
Head over the course landing page to learn more!