Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Mark Clements is a highly experienced, Grades 6-12 Social Studies teacher and applauded presenter at national conferences who knows how to harness the power of technology to engage secondary students. He has developed numerous methods for incorporating technology into today's social studies classroom. In his seminars, Mark shares his approach to student learning including student work examples and assessments. He takes a great deal of pride in developing 'assessment capable learners' within his instruction, empowering students to become their own teachers by clearly defining "Where am I going? Where am I now? And how do I close the gap?"
He is the author of Edunators.com, designed to help teachers ensure that in their classrooms, "Not learning is not an option." Mark is also the author of the extensive digital resource handbook, Enhancing Your SOCIAL STUDIES Instruction: Practical Strategies (Grades 6-12), which you will receive at the seminar. Whether you are looking to gain new ideas for your current program or to transition more smoothly to a new virtual environment using all the best practices of the profession, don't miss this action-packed, humor-filled and cutting-edge seminar designed to help teachers de-stress and ensure ALL students learn at the highest levels.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"It is clear that Mark not only understands state standards but is able to clearly explain how to apply these standards in the classroom. He gave innovative strategies for classroom engagement. I also appreciated the fact that Mark had a positive demeanor. He encouraged questions and discussions. I'm excited to bring these techniques back to my school."
"Mark makes you think outside the box. This is exactly what I was looking for – how to engage students more, which seems to be a never-ending quest. Fantastic job. Mark is great, and I definitely plan on using many of his ideas in my classroom."
"Excellent! Great passion for the job shown by Mark. I will be able to use many strategies right away in my classroom."