Webinar will be presented on Tuesday, August 9, 3:00 PM
This session will provide attendees with an overview and Q&A opportunities on the Professional Learning Collaborative of Ohio. The PLCO is a RemotEDx grant-funded initiative to create 25 courses for RemotEDx and ODE accessible to all educators in Ohio. The mission is to create engaging professional learning experiences for all educational stakeholders in Ohio. The vision is to provide access to a range of self-paced, and/or instructor-led courses through an easy-to-access and easy-to-use online learning platform. Lastly, attendees will leave the session with more information not only on the PLCO itself, but also on what is available, what is currently under development, and what is coming in the future.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Session 4: The PLCO - Professional Learning Collaborative of Ohio: https://www.infohio.org/document-library/item/lwi20220809session4.
John Mansel-Pleydell is a Professional Learning Group Supervisor with the Northern Buckeye Education Council located in Archbold, Ohio. He has a career of 25 years in education and holds an M.Ed (Classroom Technology) from Bowling Green State University. In 2021 he was a co-founder of the Professional Learning Collaborative of Ohio. John is a Google for Education certified trainer, Seesaw, and Kami ambassador, and has presented at many local and regional conferences including CREATE!, OETC, MACUL, Learn 21, and the ITIP, G-Tech, and MiGoogle Summits.
Jeremy Hunter started his career as a high school science teacher and moved into administration after earning his Master's in Education Administration. After earning a second Master's in Education in Instructional Technology, he continued his career with The Lake Geauga Computer Association as the Curriculum Technology Integration Coordinator, where he assists local schools districts with all things Google and supports school districts by showing them how they can access and use their data to better benefit students and instructional staff.
Dave has been a Curriculum and Technology Specialist for Butler County ESC since 2014 after seventeen years of teaching middle school. He provides a wide range of services for districts ranging from coaching and training to online resource development and curriculum writing. Dave is also an ISTE Certified Trainer and an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati where he teaches an EdTech course.
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