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ABOUT OTAN TRAINING: Workshop Descriptions

Workshop title OTAN Tech Talks (09) - September 
Workshop description

Keep your skills current and relevant with education technology, blended learning, distance learning, formative assessments, communications, and more. Join OTAN and take a quick look at the tools, techniques and tips specifically created for busy adult ed. teachers. Every month a new topic will be covered where participants get tips, videos, articles, and individual questions answered!

September 2019: 21Things4Students

We need to teach our students 21st Century Skills: to create--collaborate--communicate. 21Things4Students was designed for that. Students create digital portfolios, collaborate with each other, and communicate--sharing what they have learned. And every step along the way they are taught the digital skills needed to complete each task. Join us to learn about this great resource for our students but also for teachers. At this site we too are taught the most up-to-date digital tools to use in our classroom.. Learn more by attending this OTAN Tech Talk!

This month's speaker: Debbie Jensen, Baldwin Park Adult and Community Education, CA

We look forward to seeing you in the webinar!
Register Today!

NOTE
The OTAN Tech Talks are open forum where any adult educator or staff can present, unlike the OTAN Webinars which are hosted and facilitated by certified OTAN trainers. Due to the "open forum" model of the OTTs, certificates of attendance will NOT be awarded to attendees.

For more information about this and other OTAN Workshops contact OTAN at support@otan.us or call 916-228-2580.

 
Session length
Format Webinars: Synchronous online events of short duration (1-2 hours) in which subject matter experts present information. 

To find out more about any of these workshops, including dates and times offered, please check the California Adult Education Professional Development Web site. This site has information on OTAN offered training, as well as training offered by CALPRO and CASAS.


Minimum System Requirements for Participating in Online Workshops:

  • Broadband Internet connection (DSL, Cable modem or faster, no dial-up).
  • Computer with speakers or headphones (some classes require microphones too).
  • Active e-mail account through registration for the course as an OTAN member.
  • Some workshops have other special requirements, please read the workshop descriptions carefully.