Effective Teaching Strategies: Teachers Share Their Favorites

May 7, 2019
Effective Teaching Strategies
Online

Effective Teaching Strategies: Teachers Share Their Favorites

Join three classroom teachers as they share their tried-and-true Facing History teaching strategy favorites, strategies you can implement in your classroom right away. During this interactive webinar, our panelists will offer their own best practices and reflect on classroom successes and challenges.

 

In this webinar, we will:

  • Hear firsthand from Facing History teachers about what teaching strategies work for them and how they match teaching strategies to learning outcomes

  • Be in dialogue with fellow educators about best practices

  • Explore effective teaching strategies and approaches to use in your classroom

 

Guest Panel:

 

Jackie Rubino

Jackie Rubino has been an English teacher at Methuen High School in Methuen, MA for ten years, and has also taught at an alternative after school program. Jackie is the SADD advisor for the high school and the assistant varsity softball coach. She is very passionate about her subject and her students! Jackie holds an MAT from Simmons College.

 

Brittany Burns

Brittany Burns has been teaching social studies for thirteen years, first in Colorado and now at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, MA, where she currently serves as the Department Chair. She has been using Facing History materials for the span of her teaching career and has been a member of the Teacher Advisory Board since 2009. Human rights education is her passion, and she is a Teacher Fellow for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. When Brittany is not at work she enjoys reading, gardening, and spending time outdoors with her daughter and her dog!

 

 

Kevin Toro

Kevin Toro is a history teacher at Arlington High School in Arlington, MA. He currently teaches Modern World History and a class on Contemporary Racism in America. He is the advisor of the Arlington Black Student Union and is increasingly interested in educational policy.

 

This webinar is from 3pm–4pm ET. If this time does not work for your schedule, be sure to register and we’ll let you know when the recording is posted in our On-Demand Learning Center.

 
Online
May 7, 2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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