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Strategies to Thrive and Survive in a Virtual Environment!

  • November 11, 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom
  • 459


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PAMLE is offering their 4th webinar on Wednesday, November 11 from 7:00 – 8:00 PM on Zoom, entitled, “Strategies to Thrive and Survive in a Virtual Environment!” This is a FREE webinar sponsored by Eastern University, but you MUST register on the PAMLE website.

Guest Speakers
Jack Berckemeyer is known for his motivating, practical ideas communicating a message of hope, laughter, and insight into education. Jack was the Assistant Executive Director for the National Middle School Association for 13 years and is the author of Managing the Madness - A Practical Guide to Middle Grades Classrooms. He is also the co-author of H.E.L.P. for Teachers. His most recent publications are Taming of the Team - How Great Teams Work Together and Deliberate Optimism - Reclaiming the Joy in Education, co-authored with Dr. Debbie Silver and Judith Baenen. Jack is the owner of the Nuts and Bolts Symposiums, a highly acclaimed, never boring conference that focuses on practical. He will be discussing strategies in newest book, How To Do Virtual Teaching – Even if You Have a Face for Radio. He will provide all attendees very practical strategies that can they bring back to their classroom.

Dr. Judy Brough who is an international middle level consultant and recipient of AMLE’s John Lounsbury Award. She is an expert on the work of the Founding Fathers of middle level education.

Don’t miss this FREE webinar and register today. Please share with colleagues and friends who may be interested in this topic. Hope to see you on the 11th!

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