Webinars for K-12 Teachers and Students:Effective Strategies and Lessons Learned                 February 22, 2013        ...
How does/has your institutionused webinars for K-12teachers?
How does/has your institutionused webinars for K-12 teachers?
Webinars: Pros and Cons
Pro: Moving with the Times!
Con: Expect the Unexpected!     (Power outages)
Pro: Opportunity to increase size and scope of audience     relatively inexpensively.
Con: Lack of in-person connection might lead to less     investment in program or opportunity.
Pro: Connect with local, national, and international audiences
Con: Requires more staffing and time in the      planning and practice stages
Pro: Participatory, differentiated learning
Con: Technical difficulties come up and do not always get resolved
Connecting with on-lineaudiences, what strategiesdo you use/have you usedfor engaging youraudience?
Strategy 1: Include as many different ways to participate as possible.
Strategy 2: Activities should be easy to implement but engaging.
Strategy 3: Allow for open-ended thoughts/discussions.
Strategy 4: Have a staff member serve as a production assistant.
Poet as Orpheus with Two SirensUnknownGreek, Taras, South Italy, about 350 - 300 B.C.Terracotta and pigment76.AD.11J. Paul...
My One Take Away
Give it a try!
Capitalize on the live nature of         the webinar.
WEBINARS ARE MERELY A TOOL
Webinar ProvidersWebex           www.webex.comElluminate      www.elluminate.comAdobe Connect   www.adobe.com/Connect
Contact InfoVeronica Alvarez, Education Specialist for School and TeacherAudiences at Getty Villavalvarez@getty.eduStephan...
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    1. 1. Webinars for K-12 Teachers and Students:Effective Strategies and Lessons Learned February 22, 2013 CAM Conference Santa Barbara, CA
    2. 2. How does/has your institutionused webinars for K-12teachers?
    3. 3. How does/has your institutionused webinars for K-12 teachers?
    4. 4. Webinars: Pros and Cons
    5. 5. Pro: Moving with the Times!
    6. 6. Con: Expect the Unexpected! (Power outages)
    7. 7. Pro: Opportunity to increase size and scope of audience relatively inexpensively.
    8. 8. Con: Lack of in-person connection might lead to less investment in program or opportunity.
    9. 9. Pro: Connect with local, national, and international audiences
    10. 10. Con: Requires more staffing and time in the planning and practice stages
    11. 11. Pro: Participatory, differentiated learning
    12. 12. Con: Technical difficulties come up and do not always get resolved
    13. 13. Connecting with on-lineaudiences, what strategiesdo you use/have you usedfor engaging youraudience?
    14. 14. Strategy 1: Include as many different ways to participate as possible.
    15. 15. Strategy 2: Activities should be easy to implement but engaging.
    16. 16. Strategy 3: Allow for open-ended thoughts/discussions.
    17. 17. Strategy 4: Have a staff member serve as a production assistant.
    18. 18. Poet as Orpheus with Two SirensUnknownGreek, Taras, South Italy, about 350 - 300 B.C.Terracotta and pigment76.AD.11J. Paul Getty Museum
    19. 19. My One Take Away
    20. 20. Give it a try!
    21. 21. Capitalize on the live nature of the webinar.
    22. 22. WEBINARS ARE MERELY A TOOL
    23. 23. Webinar ProvidersWebex www.webex.comElluminate www.elluminate.comAdobe Connect www.adobe.com/Connect
    24. 24. Contact InfoVeronica Alvarez, Education Specialist for School and TeacherAudiences at Getty Villavalvarez@getty.eduStephanie Gebhardt, Manager of School Programs at the NewarkMuseum, Newark NJsgebhardt@newarkmuseum.orgAnthony PennayDirector for the Walter and Leonore Annenberg PresidentialLearning Center at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundationapennay@reaganfoundation.orgTheresa Sotto, Education Specialist for Teacher Audiences at J.Paul Getty Museumtsotto@getty.edu
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