Relationships for Learning in the Connected Classroom
September 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Strong, positive student-teacher relationships play a significant role in boosting academic achievement and helping learners succeed both in and out of the classroom. Students who have supportive relationships with their teachers attain higher levels of achievement than their peers.
Despite the limitations of a virtual classroom, teachers can continue cultivating strong, positive relationships with students. In this webinar, learn how to holistically address the social, emotional, and academic needs of your students. Join the Relationships for Learning in the Connected Classroom webinar for this virtual roundtable as we explore:
- Tips for establishing and maintaining connections with students at a distance—including hard-to-reach learners
- Strategies for supporting students’ increased need for social interaction and social emotional support regardless of instructional setting
- How to leverage positive relationships and formative assessment data to nudge students into becoming more confident and engaged learners