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Let's test drive classroom simulations: Part 2 of 3 Featuring Harvard Graduate School of Education
Aug 4: Before, During, and After Simulations: Developing a Teacher Learning Experience

How can simulations be designed to leverage the unique learning opportunities such as the ability to start over, go deeper, or try a new question? In this webinar, we host a team from Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) to discuss the development of simulations including how participants are oriented into Mursion experiences, models for simulation designs, and post simulation activities aimed at transferring skills.
Face-to-face clinical field experience cancelled? Find out how teacher candidates can safely practice instructional strategies, in time to graduate.

Mursion has its roots in education, so we reached out to partners at colleges of ed about challenges for this year’s cohort of teacher candidates whose opportunities for face-to-face clinical field experience are currently out of the question. Join the conversation and:

-Learn how teacher candidates don’t have to pause their own education.
- Learn insights from 50,000 simulations conducted
- Learn how your candidates can be on a path to completion in as few as 3 days
Every Tuesday, 1pm EST
Jul 28, Aug 4 & 11: Mini Series Feat. Harvard
Please email monika.jo@mursion.com to request the recording links for:

Apr 30: Introducing Content for Upper Elem
May 5: High Leverage Practices: Leading Group Discussions ELA
May 12: Featuring the Danielson Coaching Circles
May 19: Featuring AACTE's Dr. Jacqueline Rodriguez & CSUN's Dr. Wendy Murawski.
May 26: High Leverage Practice: Introducing Math Content to Upper Elem
June 2: Feat. TeachForward & Massachusetts Case Studies
June 9: Feat. ETS - How Simulation Can Be Used To Rapidly Develop Classroom Discussion Skills in Educators
June 16: Feat. Towson Univ.
June 23: Feat. Southern Methodist Univ.
June 30: Feat Kennesaw State Univ.
Content, speakers, schedule are subject to change.
Aug 11, 2020 10:00 AM
Aug 18, 2020 10:00 AM
Aug 25, 2020 10:00 AM
Sep 1, 2020 10:00 AM
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Sep 29, 2020 10:00 AM
Oct 6, 2020 10:00 AM
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Nov 17, 2020 10:00 AM
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Chris Dede
Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies, Technology, Innovation, and Education Program @Harvard Graduate School of Education
Chris Dede’s fundamental interest is developing new types of educational systems to meet the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century. His research spans emerging technologies for learning, infusing technology into large-scale educational improvement initiatives, developing policies that support educational transformation, and providing leadership in educational innovation. He is currently conducting funded studies to develop and assess learning environments based on virtual worlds, augmented realities, transformed social interaction, and online teacher professional development. Chris is a leader in mobile learning initiatives and has developed a widely used Framework for scaling up educational innovations. From 2001 to 2004, he served as chair of the Learning & Teaching area at HGSE.
Rhonda Bondie
Lecturer on Education @Harvard Graduate School of Education
Rhonda Bondie is lecturer on education and the Director of Professional Learning. Throughout her career, she has focused on ensuring all learners are valued, engaged, and stretched in inclusive classrooms. Rhonda began teaching as an artist-in-residence and then spent over 20 years in urban public schools as both a special and general educator. Bondie is the faculty chair for Programs in Professional Education’s online course Differentiated Instruction Made Practical. The course is based-on the teacher-decision making framework, All Learners Learning Every Day collaboratively developed with Akane Zusho. Rhonda’s research explores differentiated instruction and self-regulated learning, teacher decision-making, and teacher learning through digital platforms.
Aminisha Ferdinand
Creative Learning Consultant @KID smART
Aminisha Ferdinand is a theater & dance artist-educator. She coaches teachers and teaching artists on integrating arts into the classroom. Her teaching experience includes work in Atlanta, New Orleans, New York and Gulu, Uganda. Before entering the field of arts education, she performed in theater and film in New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans. She is re-emerging as a performing artist with a developing lens on decolonized expression. She has an MA in Educational Theater from NYU and a BFA in Theater Performance from the University of Miami.