“Shiny Object Syndrome is the situation where people focus undue attention on an idea that is new and trendy, yet drop this as soon as something new takes its place.”—Wikipedia

As teachers, we know all about Shiny Object Syndrome. New educational tools are exciting and fun, but if they don’t make a clear and meaningful impact in the classroom, they get dropped by the wayside. Join instructional designer Waneta Hebert on an hour-long journey to dive into research-based practices with Learn360 (streaming media for K–12 schools and districts) and Classroom Video On Demand (streaming video for secondary schools), including how these supplemental resources can impact student learning in your classroom and become a lasting staple in your lesson plans.

We will discuss:

  • The research behind why supplemental resources impact student learning,
  • How to find, use, and integrate digital assets into daily instruction, and
  • Assessment and evaluation strategies to ensure the effectiveness of each resource.

Whether your district already has access to Learn360 and Classroom Video On Demand or you’re exploring your options, you will learn something new in this research-based webinar!

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Can’t attend? Register now, and you’ll be emailed a recording of the webinar, after the live session ends, to view at your convenience!

About Waneta Hebert:
Waneta Hebert is an instructional designer and lecturer with a Bachelor of Science in Education from Kent State University, a Master of Education from the University of Houston, and she is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education at Sam Houston State University. She started her career as a public-school English teacher before transitioning to higher education. With experience on all sides of instruction—as the designer, the instructor, and the student—Waneta is an expert in course design and instructional technology in K–12 through higher education, online, face-to-face, and nearly everything in between.

Impacting Student Learning with Streaming Media

September 21, 2022 @ 3:00 pm-September 21, 2022 @ 4:00 pm