Across the country, educators at over 17,000 schools are using Pear Deck to give interactive presentations and engage students. At over 19,000 schools, Educators are using Edulastic to give standards-based assessments that provide instant data on student performance. Together, Pear Deck and Edulastic can power instruction in a way that improves school climate and culture, tracking and improves student progress, and makes your job easier as the teacher. Whether you’re teaching in-person, remote, or hybrid, these powerful resources will help you give engaging lessons and assessments in any scenario.
On September 22, 2021, join us to learn from innovative educators across the country who use both Pear Deck and Edulastic to power instruction. You’ll discover new teaching tactics, engaging ways to support student learning, and other tips and tricks to bring back to your classroom.
Attend live for a chance to win! We’ll be giving away some exciting prizes valued up to $250. Winners will be selected and announced during the live event.
Register now for this special webinar on September 22nd @ 4pm PT / 7pm ET.
In the Classroom with Pear Deck and Edulastic
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
4pm PT // 7pm ET
What to Expect in the Webinar
During this webinar, you will hear from three innovative educators who use both Pear Deck and Edulastic in their in-person, remote, and hybrid instruction.
In a year like this one, you never know what your students will need. Laura Dickerson, math improvement specialist, will show how she uses Pear Deck to quickly change the focus of a presentation to meet the needs of the audience. Anne McCluskey, middle school math teacher, will share with you how to use Pear Deck and Edulastic during remote learning to silently work with individual students and address their misconceptions, and identify concepts that need further instruction. And last, but not least, Hong Pun, high school math teacher, will walk you through how he uses Pear Deck to engage students with “Which One Doesn’t Belong” activities to develop student reasoning and explanation skills. Additionally, he will share with you how to use Edulastic’s Scratch Pad, particularly the protractor, in your instruction. By the end of the presentation, you’ll have many new ideas and takeaways to bring to your instruction.
Meet the Featured Presenters
During this event, you’ll learn best practices, workflows, and tips from featured tech-savvy educators who use Edulastic and Pear Deck with their students.
Laura is a Math Improvement Specialist for Harrison County Schools in Georgia. Her experience includes a range of courses from remedial high school math to AP statistics, as well as courses at her local technical college. Currently, she uses Edulastic to create common formative assessments in her local school district.
I am entering my 11th year as a middle school math teacher in Massachusetts after taking the time to raise my two incredible children. I use Edulastic for both formative and summative assessments allowing me class time to address the whole class misconceptions and individualize student needs/work.
Hong Pun teaches math at Silver Creek High School in San Jose, California for over 15 years. He enjoys uncovering the creative methods students use to solve problems. This year he is looking forward to working with and learning from the enthusiastic Edulastic community.
Peartember is an annual back-to-school celebration hosted by Pear Deck to honor all the educators that make the school year enjoyable and meaningful. Throughout Peartember, Pear Deck hosts special-edition webinars, weekly giveaways, and shares new deck templates, teaching resources, and more! Visit the Peartember website to opt-in for the giveaway fun, and register for their special edition webinars.
This summer Edulastic merged with GoGuardian and Pear Deck to support educators everywhere. Together we are working to put every student on the path to success. We are excited to partner with Pear Deck to host this webinar!