Are you taking advantage of all that Newsela has to offer? Newsela offers five levels of differentiation for each article and adds new articles almost daily. Join this workshop to learn about the variety of multiple Newsela online tools that can help you design meaningful learning experiences for both your in-person and remote learners. You’ll also have the opportunity to share with your colleagues about new ways to use Newsela and develop a plan for using it throughout the year.
About this workshop:
Once you register, Kathleen O’Connell will send you the information on how to join this online session.
All participants must have an active Newsela account prior to the session. You can find information here about how to sign up through your DESE-funded agency email address, which will give you access to the Massachusetts Custom ABE Collection.
- Novice and intermediate Newsela users
- Programs, administrators, and instructors using Newsela
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
In this workshop, you will have a chance to explore and save relevant Newsela content that will engage and connect learners to current events, ideas, and literature. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn, or relearn, how to use Newsela tools, such as annotations and quizzes, to support critical thinking and discussion in your class. Participants will collaborate and share Newsela use cases and experiences, and walk away with a plan for using Newsela with adult learners this year.
If you have any questions or need assistance creating or accessing a Newsela account, please contact Kathleen_oconnell@worlded.org.
- Locate relevant reading content for learners
- Use Newsela tools, such as annotations and quizzes, to support critical thinking and inquiry-based learning experiences
Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to: