Join us on Wednesday, May 7th, at 5 p.m. ET for a special one-hour Twitter chat sponsored by CLASSFLOW, as we explore answers to these questions and more:
• What methods can teachers use to engage their students in the classroom?
• How can teachers work with students who don’t seem to be engaged in learning?
• What role does technology play in student engagement?
eSchool News Editorial Director Dennis Pierce, will lead a conversation with Kyle Pace, an instructional technology specialist and Google Certified Teacher, and anyone else on Twitter who wants to join the conversation about student engagement.
Connect with colleagues in schools worldwide, learn what works for others, and share your own advice for engaging students to produce deeper, more thought-provoking work.
Use the hashtag #eSNEngage to follow and take part in the discussion.
About the participants:
Kyle Pace (@kylepace) has worked with K-12 teachers to provide instructional technology professional development for the last 10 years; before that, he taught elementary school. Kyle has spoken at several education conferences, such as ASCD, Learning Forward, ISTE, FETC, and Educon.
In January 2013, Kyle was named as one of Education Week’s 2013 “Leaders to Learn From” and joined the other honorees in April 2013 in Washington, D.C., to receive special recognition from Education Secretary Arne Duncan. In May 2013, Kyle was chosen to join ASCD’s 2013 Class of Emerging Leaders.
Learn more about Kyle by visiting his website and blog at http://www.kylepace.com. Connect with Kyle on Twitter at http://twitter.com/kylepace or Google+ at http://www.google.com/+kylepace.
Dennis Pierce (@eSN_Dennis) has spent the last 17 years covering educational technology as one of the founding editors of eSchool News. Before that, he was a teacher and grant writing consultant. Dennis will be using the eSchool News Twitter account (@eschoolnews) for this Twitter chat.
This event is sponsored by CLASSFLOW.
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