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Lisa Moe, 28, called her recently earned Masters of Science degree in Educational Technology “timely.” Before the coronavirus plunged teachers and students into online learning, she had been implementing technology in her fourth-grade classroom at Eagle Canyon Elementary in Chino Hills.She told her students that whatever she learned in the master’s program through Cal State University Fullerton, they would learn, too.
“When our schools shut down, I will never forget the confidence in my students when I shared that we would be transitioning to online learning,” she said. One student commented “We’ll get through this because we are Ed Tech geniuses,” she said. Ms. Moe said that as she watched teachers struggle with the transition to distance learning, she was confident in her students’ skill set and how she had prepared them. Her students have since made tutorial videos to help district teachers, students, and families access and use certain online platforms.Ms. Moe gives presentations and holds conversations on Twitter and Instagram (@MissMoeTeaches) in several areas, including how to build student confidence through an inclusive classroom environment.Her career in the Chino Valley school district began three years ago at Eagle Canyon Elementary. She moved this year …
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