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.
Lynn FitzPatrick - Education Specialist – Professional Learning - 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.
Carrie Antoniazzi is a teacher, facilitator, and lifelong learner. She currently teaches at École Les Aiglons in Squamish, BC. Carrie has 15 years of experience working in both formal and informal education. As well as her time spent in the classroom, she has been an instructional coach and district teacher leader, and new Teacher Mentor at the Conseil Scolaire Francophone and a Learning Specialist at Science World in Vancouver.
Carrie is the co-founder of EdCampBCC, a National Geographic certified educator and a Teacher Leader with Let’s Talk Science. She gives workshops across Canada sharing her passion for design thinking, technology and minority language education. As an instructional coach and teacher, Carrie has developed an approche that prioritizes creativity, innovation, collaboration and that starts with students’ passions to ensure that each student is successful and engaged in their learning.