Designing Online Instruction for the Middle Grades: What Makes for Effective Learning
Tuesday, December 8, 2020, 4:30-5:30pm ET

In this interactive presentation, participants will learn what makes for effective online learning for students in the middle grades. A focus will be on the instructional design elements that connect familiar, traditional face-to-face instruction with perhaps the more unfamiliar, online components.

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PAMLE This webinar is being offered in partnership with the Pennsylvania Association for Middle Level Education to provide participants with Act 48 continuing professional education credit. You will receive an email after the webinar with details on how to obtain your credit.

Bryan Drost Dr. Bryan R. Drost is a central office administrator in Northeast Ohio. He holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in assessment from Kent State University. He is an Ohio Department of Education Regional Data Lead, a national supervisor for edTPA, former chairperson for NCME’s Standards and Test Use Committee, and one of Ohio’s Core Advocates. He has presented throughout the state and country on various topics related to instructional shifts, assessment, pedagogy, and technology integration. He is also an adjunct at several universities where he teaches courses in assessment, instructional design, and school law. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys biking, cooking, and playing the piano. His greatest joy is teaching others to improve instruction for kids.