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Creating a Virtual Classroom Using Google Slides and Bitmoji
Explore how to build your virtual classroom community while leveraging digital tools to enhance student engagement and visually support student learning. In this webinar, you will learn how to create a virtual classroom using Google Slides, Bitmoji and other media resources and share ideas, tips and tricks that you may already be using to create a captivating virtual classroom experience on any learning platform.

The session length is 30 minutes plus time for Q&A after the presentation.

As part of our Back to School series, Let's Talk Science is offering a month of webinars. Find out more about the series by visiting our website letstalkscience.ca

Sep 29, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Winnie Hsu
Educator
As part of the 2020-2021 cohort of Teacher Leaders for Lets Talk Science Winnie Hsu is excited to be part of a strong and dedicated team of educators ready to further Let's Talk Science goal of preparing students for the future. She is an immigrant from the United Kingdom and a visible minority. Completing her high school in Toronto, ON; her Hons. BSc. at McMaster University; then her B.Ed. at the University of Western Ontario, and completing her M.Ed. in Critical Studies at the University of New Brunswick. She has 19 years experience in the public education system in Ontario and New Brunswick, teaching elementary and high school levels. She has consulted for numerous organizations such as Lets Talk Science, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Science East, New Brunswick Teachers' Association, Standout Assessments and the New Brunswick Department of Early Childhood and Education on curriculum, beta testing, student engagement, diversity and and inclusion and professional development.
Lynn FitzPatrick
Education Specialist @Let's Talk Science
Lynn is an Education Specialist – Professional Learning with Let’s Talk Science. She works from a home office on the south coast of Newfoundland. In her role as an Education Specialist – Professional Learning, she supports the development of curriculum aligned resources and supports and facilitates blended (in-person and on-line) learning opportunities for educators. Her professional background, spanning over 30 years, includes roles as an elementary, intermediate and secondary science, technology and math educator, a District K-12 Program Implementation Specialist for science and technology, and as a Senior Education Officer. Lynn has also held curriculum and instructor leads at both the district and department levels in Newfoundland and Labrador. Lynn holds a Masters Degree in Science Curriculum and Instruction and a Technology Education Diploma from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Lynn is a life-long learner who loves all aspects of teaching and learning in STEM.