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Five Tips for Getting Blended Learning Right
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Presented by Julia Freeland Fisher, Director of Education at the Clayton Christensen Institute
Sponsored by Achieve3000
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In this research-driven webinar, Julia Freeland Fisher, Director of Education at the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, shares key findings from her organization’s years of blended learning research, as well as lessons learned from the hundreds of school systems that the Institute has studied. She will cover both essential considerations for systems just getting started with blended learning, plus effective professional development and evaluation techniques for schools further along in implementing blended models.
Viewers will also get the chance to explore the Christensen Institute’s Blended Learning Universe, the largest national database of blended learning schools. The database features comprehensive and searchable profiles of schools around the country that are pursuing a variety of models aimed at transforming instruction away from our monolithic factory model to a student-centered one.
Find the best blended learning model for your needs and learn how to get blended learning right for your students. She will field questions after her presentation. This recorded event is designed for all PreK-12 administrators and educators.
About the Presenter
Julia Freeland Fisher is the Director of Education at the Clayton Christensen Institute, where she leads a team researching the effects of disruptive innovation on the public and private education landscape. Julia has published and spoken extensively on topics including the edtech market, new school models, and competency-based education policies and practices. Most recently, her research focuses on emerging tools and practices that leverage technology to expand students’ social capital by enhancing their access to new networks and their ability to navigate those networks. Follow Julia on Twitter @juliaffreeland.
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