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For Teachers

Innovations in Education: Professional Development for Teachers

By The Room 241 Team May 28, 2018

Ready to innovate? Experts from Concordia University-Portland’s College of Education and Scholastic partnered together to bring you resources that’ll kickstart innovation in your classroom.

Watch our FREE Innovations in Education webinar on demand

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Our free Innovations in Education webinar is on demand now. Earn one hour of PD credit!

Learn about flexible learning spaces, technology in school, new approaches to student support, and much more. Participants who view the webinar for 45 minutes or more are eligible to receive a certificate for one hour of professional development credit from Concordia University-Portland. You can watch the webinar on demand any time before December 31, 2018.



Blanca Duarte, President, LogicWing
Blanca Duarte, president and founder of LogicWing, is an educational technology specialist who helps educators develop 21st-century skills necessary to lead and guide learners through our digital world.

Jennifer McCalley, Principal, Faubion School
Jennifer McCalley is the principal of Faubion School, part of the 3toPhD® community in Portland, Oregon, and a leader in education focusing on the whole child and community involvement.

Julie Owens-Birch, EdD, Associate Professor of Education, Concordia University-Portland
Julie Owens-Birch teaches and designs courses for undergraduate and graduate programs, and specializes in early childhood education.

Suzanne McCabe, Host
Scholastic Reads Podcast

After the webinar, our experts shared more of their guidance in a Q&A session with the audience. Read the full Q&A.

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