How to Do Virtual Teaching – Even if you Have a Face for Radio
Presenter: Jack Berckemeyer
Thursday, December 10, 2020, 4:30-5:30pm ET
Teaching in a virtual world can be a challenge and yet, it can also be a great opportunity. Come discover ways to engage your students with pre-recorded lessons. Learn how to make connections and how to laugh along the way. Jack will provide humor and great advice on how to do virtual teaching even if you have a face for radio.
||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.
A nationally-recognized presenter, author, and humorist,
, began his career as a middle school teacher in Denver, Colorado. After two years of teaching he was named as an outstanding educator at his school, and shortly thereafter he was identified as one of the outstanding educators in the district. In 2003, he received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Falcon School District. Jack brings his energy, humor, and expertise of the middle level adolescent to all staff development as he helps teachers and administrators remember why this job makes a difference.
Jack has presented in conference and school district settings both nationally and internationally. Jack served as a judge for the Disney American Teacher Awards and on the selection committee for the USA TODAY
All-Teacher Team. Jack Berckemeyer is known for his motivating, practical ideas, communicating a message of hope, laughter, and insight on the nature of the young adolescent.