December, 2020 Cyber Lab Registration Deadline: Tuesday, December 1st

 Why? Teachers need ample experiences as Cyber Learners to become masterful Cyber Teachers. 

What? The Cyber Learning Lab is a series of 3 Cyber workshops designed to help teachers learn how to work less, teach better, and increase student learning in online or hybrid learning environments. The T3 EduProtocols are powerful, research-driven lesson frames that teachers can use immediately and repeatedly to reliably accelerate student learning. 

When? The T3 EduProtocols Cyber Learning Lab is a cohort-based learning model that will meet in real time in the Cyber Learning Zoom Lab and asynchronously on Canvas. 

Upcoming Cyber Lab Cohort Dates

What People Are Saying:

“The T3 EduProtocols Cyber Learning Lab will help you focus on skill and content, engage your students, and ensure they are ACHIEVING in any learning environment!” Heather Esposito, Cyber Lab Graduate District Technology Coach  Cherry Hill School District 
“The quick shift to distance learning needs the structure and research backing the T3 Framework offers. I highly recommend the T3 EduProtocols Cyber Lab for every administrator!”  Laurie Arnold, Cyber Lab Graduate  Executive Director, Career Education  Ventura County Office of Education 
I am loving the new T3 EduProtocols we learned in the inaugural T3 EduProtocols Cyber Lab! I learned great strategies and tools that we can use right away!” Jay Sorenson, Cyber Lab Graduate Coordinator of Educational Technology Oxnard Union High School District “By far this was the best PD ever! The experience was fantastic, and I’m excited to apply the T3 EduProtocols in my online classroom! If every teacher enrolls in Cyber Lab we can transform education!“  Marina Hendrickson, Cyber Lab Graduate  French and Inquiry Design Teacher 

Dr. Sonny Magana is a Cyber Learning pioneer. In 1995 Sonny created and served as principal of Washington State’s first Cyber School—which is still serving the needs of students today. He is an Oxford Research Scholar, award-winning teacher, and best-selling author. Sonny’s latest book, Disruptive Classroom Technologies introduced the T3 Framework as a next generation learning model for a new era. Synthesized from four decades of pioneering research, the T3 strategies were shown to reliably accelerate student achievement and have been called: “A brilliant breakthrough in our understanding and use of technology for learning,” by Professor Michael Fullan “A visionary work that is insightful and inspirational,” by Dr. Robert Marzano; and, “A major step forward! Dr. Magana’s T3 Challenge is credible, powerful, and exciting; let’s do it!” by Professor John Hattie. 

Marlena Hebern is known for her gentle approach to educators, and she draws upon her 18 years of successful classroom experience when training, supporting, and coaching teachers on engaging students through technology, hands on tech, and district implementation of technology programs. Marlena has worked as an English Language Arts K-8 Academic Coach and English Language Arts K-8/English Language Learner Services Coordinator. She is the co-author of The EduProtocols Field Guide, Books 1 and 2 and is currently a Content Coordinator of Instructional Technology Services at the office of the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools. Marlena is a Google Certified Innovator, Google Certified Trainer, and co-founder of Edcamp Yosemite. Marlena is also the recipient of the 2020 EdTech Digest Award, Leader Setting a Trend for her work with EduProtocols.