Demystifying Blended Learning: Using Digital Resources to Personalize Instruction
Blended learning has quickly become one of the hottest topics in Education. With so many moving parts, it can often become overwhelming. In this session, presenter Ryan Imbriale decoded the concept of blended learning by sharing concrete examples and offering straight-forward dos and don’ts for principals. Ryan shared his experience with Blended Learning in his school, as well as quick tips to help support blended implementation. He also explored lessons learned from trial and error. Watch the webinar to learn how Ryan successfully implemented a Bleanded Learning Program.
Quotes from the session:
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“Thanks for the great presentation today!!”
Presented by Ryan Imbriale, Principal, Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts in Maryland
Ryan Imbriale is the Principal of Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts, Baltimore, MD. In 2008, Ryan was named one of its “20 to Watch” educators by the National School Boards Association and in 2009, Ryan won the Making IT Happen award. In 2010, Tech & Learning magazine named him one of the future leaders in its 100@30 as part of its 30th anniversary. Ryan is a member of the Alliance for Excellent Education’s Technology and Digital Learning Advisory Council and an NASSP 2013 National Digital Principal.
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