Ohio Ed Tech agencies produced the professional development resources on this page during the 2015-16 school year, and offer them for your use. Should you have specific questions about a resource, please contact the agency that created it.



Putting the Blend in Blended Learning is a professional development workshop - both face-to-face and online - that helps educators develop a state of the art understanding of this new way of teaching and learning.

Introductory Computer Science for Grades K-5  is a professional development workshop that introduces teachers to computer science and computational thinking skills through hands-on "unplugged" and online activities, including computer programming and coding. Ohio Ed Techs offer this workshop in partnership with Code.org.






Introductory Computer Science for Grades K-5  is a professional development workshop that introduces teachers to computer science and computational thinking skills through hands-on "unplugged" and online activities, including computer programming and coding. Ohio Ed Techs offer this workshop in partnership with Code.org.






ITSCO provides professional development on a myriad of classes that focus on effective integration practices for the use of technology in the classroom.  To view a complete list of current offerings, please visit us at www.itsco.org.




Introductory Computer Science for Grades K-5  is a professional development workshop that introduces teachers to computer science and computational thinking skills through hands-on "unplugged" and online activities, including computer programming and coding. Ohio Ed Techs offer this workshop in partnership with Code.org.




SOITA provides professional development for educators on instructional technology that will assist them in optimizing student learning and achievement.  To view a complete list of current offerings, please visit us at www.soita.org

Introductory Computer Science for Grades K-5  is a professional development workshop that introduces teachers to computer science and computational thinking skills through hands-on "unplugged" and online activities, including computer programming and coding. Ohio Ed Techs offer this workshop in partnership with Code.org.



www.westernreservepublicmedia.org

Western Reserve Public Media provides professional development on a myriad of classes that focus on effective integration practices for the use of technology in the classroom.  To view a complete list of current offerings, please visit us at www.westernreservepublicmedia.org or www.westernreservepublicmedia.myworkshops.com  

Connected Educator month (October 2015) was highlighted by an online class developed by Western Reserve Public Media for area educators through the learning management system, Schoology.

Google Hangouts and Hangouts on Air was delivered as a 50 minutes presentation at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference in Columbus.  The presentation can be found at https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1hE8xzUXuhIeZ0GhpdS5yXKZGR7xwKxWzBxqtJbp3IIo/edit?usp=sharing




Introductory Computer Science for Grades K-5  is a professional development workshop that introduces teachers to computer science and computational thinking skills through hands-on "unplugged" and online activities, including computer programming and coding. Ohio Ed Techs offer this workshop in partnership with Code.org.






NewsDepth is an award-winning instructional multiple media product that connects students to Ohio’s New Learning Standards.
· Each weekly episode features vocabulary development, extended information about current news topics, writing prompts, and links to instructional resources and activities.
· Episodes can be downloaded in full or streamed. Alternatively, each episode is offered in segmented story format. These segments can only be streamed from the web.
· Students are encouraged to engage with the show by answering questions and sending letters/emails to the NewsDepth team.
· All episodes are closed captioned.

Introductory Computer Science for Grades K-5  is a professional development workshop that introduces teachers to computer science and computational thinking skills through hands-on "unplugged" and online activities, including computer programming and coding. Ohio Ed Techs offer this workshop in partnership with Code.org.