ATLIS Reads: FREE BONUS Webinar: Teach Boldly

Our ATLIS Reads book series launches with this free webinar featuring Dr. Jennifer Williams sharing how her book Teach Boldly: Using Edtech for Social Good addresses "purposeful pedagogies for action" that provide a plan for teaching in in-person, fully online, or hybrid learning landscapes. In this post, Dr. Williams provides an overview to her book and a list of discussion questions to guide our conversation. -- SD [10-minute read]

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View the webinar preview of ATLIS Reads and discussion of Teach Boldly:Using Edtech for Social Good with author Dr. Jennifer Williams. Then 
join our asynchronous discussion of ways to use the strategies from this book as we address the huge project we are all living and working in now as we plan for school amid the constraints of the current pandemic. 

 

Learn more about our series of ATLIS Reads webinar conversations here.

Guest Blogger: Dr. Jennifer Williams
Executive Director, Take Action Global

Teach Boldly book coverTeach Boldly: Using Edtech for Social Good is an invitation for educators ready to mobilize on purposeful pedagogies for action--for the planet and for its people. As our world is facing extraordinary change and uncertainty, schools have an opportunity to lead through perseverance, innovation, and responsive and intentional designs based on the needs of students, families, and communities. Teach Boldly offers a plan for schools encountering multiple futures of in-person, online, and hybrid learning. Readers take an active role to move through the stages of human-centered design to consider time, space, and practice in building new learning that places students at the center and positive change not just as a scenario, but as a possibility through a process of inquiry and exploration.

Discuss

  1. How might educators and school leaders use the phases of human-centered design (inspiration, ideation, implementation) in return-to-school planning? 
  2. How might the opinions and perspectives of students be incorporated into return-to-school planning?
  3. How will student and teacher well-being (belonging, joy, trust, identity) be incorporated and emphasized during the first weeks of school?
  4. How might a “pedagogy with purpose” around social good, student activism, and collective action be emphasized in instructional design for the 2020-2021 school year?

Join the ongoing conversation about this book selection here. We'd love to hear your thoughts before -- and after -- the online event.

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Jennifer Williams headshotAuthor Bio

Recognized as a transformational leader in education, Dr. Jennifer Williams has dedicated herself for 25 years to the field of education through her roles as an education activist, professor, school administrator, literacy specialist, and classroom teacher. She speaks, writes, and consults on practices that develop global perspectives and social good through creative uses of technology, and her research interests include innovations in teaching and learning, equity and diversity in education, and social action. As an educator and author of the ISTE book, Teach Boldly: Using Edtech for Social Good, she champions teachers to use educational technology for social good. She is a professor at Saint Leo University, co-founder of TeachSDGs, Take Action Global, and Edcamp Tampa Bay, and is the President of the ISTE Education Leaders PLN Board of Directors. Jennifer is inspired everyday by teachers and students who are catalysts for making the world a better place! Connect with her on Twitter at @JenWilliamsEdu.



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