Updated: Nov 13, 2020
"Population Education now offers online workshop opportunities for teachers!
Similar to our dynamic, in-person workshops, our virtual teacher training workshops showcase the interdisciplinary, fun, standards-aligned teaching resources and lessons you’ve come to expect from PopEd. And all events are tailored for the grade and subject area of participating educators.
We have several great solutions for working with your groups online:
Live webinar, facilitated by our professional staff in real-time, with participant interaction
Recorded webinar – we’ll email you the mp4 video file to share with your teachers
Short course via Canvas – modules of video/text with discussion questions you can monitor
Something else! We’re happy to work with you to fit the needs of your situation.
So whether your educators are interested in new resources for the next few weeks, or want to take this time to work on their own development, we have a virtual PD that can work for you. During this time we are waiving all honorarium fees. The only costs associated with these workshops are one-time $5/participant charges for complete access to the online curriculum resource library.
All participating educators will receive access to one of our password-protected online lesson plan libraries. These contain between 30 and 60 lesson plans along with data sheets, graphics, background readings and more, all aligned to state and notional standards. We know it's challenging to find new, engaging activities students can complete at home. Your teachers will appreciate these ready-to-go resources.
If you are interested in scheduling a webinar, click the button below. Or, feel free to email email@example.com. A member of our team will respond to your request within 48 hours.
We send you our very best during this uncertain time and hope we can be helpful as you navigate the coming weeks."
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