COLUMBUS, OHIO, OCTOBER 5, 2020 – It’s officially back to school season, and this school year may be different. With the continuing threat and concern for COVID-19 outbreaks in the school system, many districts are returning to remote or hybrid classroom environments. WOSU Classroom understands the challenges facing teachers in Central Ohio and is committed to helping them succeed through Teacher Campus, a subscription professional development service for teachers.
Joining together with SOITA and CET PBS, this series of professional learning opportunities for pre-Kindergarten to grade 12 educators features virtual self-paced courses created and instructed by experts from Ed Tech Agencies and public media stations. A wide variety of subscription plans are available and designed to fit each teacher or district’s unique educational goals.
Students today are facing new challenges with classes going hybrid or entirely remote, and educators are seeking ways to create environments that overcome these potential learning barriers. “We are very excited to bring this new resource to teachers across Central Ohio,” said Amy Palermo, Chief Content Director, WOSU Classroom. “With courses on Best Practices for Videoconferencing with Students, Designing Lessons for Remote Learning, and Interactive Web Tools, Teacher Campus enables educators to adapt their classrooms, whether physical or virtual, to better meet their students’ needs.”
Teacher Campus offers a variety of subscription options for teachers and administrators, from free access to special discounts for the start of the school year.
About WOSU Classroom
WOSU Classroom, a part of WOSU Public Media, offers a wide variety of professional learning opportunities suitable for educators of all grade levels and subject areas. Courses are offered for educators wishing to extend their knowledge and experience with technology integration. Learn more at wosu.org/classroom.
About WOSU Public Media
The mission of WOSU Public Media is to engage, inform and inspire our diverse community. An NPR and PBS affiliate, WOSU is a noncommercial multimedia organization serving over two million citizens in Central Ohio through broadcast, digital, programming, events and education experiences. A licensee of The Ohio State University, member-supported WOSU Public Media moves its headquarters and studios to the new 15+HIGH District on campus in 2021. Learn more at wosu.org.
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