Presented by Lynn Bosworth, Principal, The Cottage School (GA); and Lisa Baumohl, Learning Specialist and School Counselor, The Cottage School (GA)
Presented by Meg Van Voorhis, M.Ed., Director, Learning and Development, Lexia Learning; and Alexis Treat, CCC-SLP, Senior Director, Literacy Curriculum, Lexia Learning
Presented by Stepan Mekhitarian, Ed.D., Director of Innovation, Instruction, Assessment and Accountability, Glendale Unified School District (CA)
Moderated by Terrie Noland, Ph.D., CALP, Vice President, Educator Initiatives, Learning Ally
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, blended learning is a style of education in which students learn via electronic and online media and traditional face-to-face teaching. As stated by Ann McMullan, Project Director for CoSN’s EmpowerED Superintendents Initiative, the world that we have been living in for over the last year or so looks very much like a combination of both.
Presented by Dr. Mark Benigni, Superintendent, Meriden Public Schools (CT); Dr. Alan Seibert, Superintendent, Salem City Schools (VA); Dr. Jason Van Heukelum, Superintendent, Winchester Public Schools (VA); and Diane W. Doersch, Technical Project Director for Digital Promise and the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools (#VILs) Program
Moderated by Ann McMullan, Project Director, EmpowerED Superintendent Initiative, CoSN (Consortium for School Networking)
Presented by Kathleen Colburn, Senior Product Manager, Read&Write; and Diana Petschauer, Managing Director and AT Consultant, Assistive Technology for Education
In this edWebinar, see how 200 teachers worked with nearly 4,000 studentsin grades K-8 to move to blended and personalized learning
In this edWebinar, discover how a blended learning model can be used as a tool to support effective data-driven instruction.
In this edWebinar, learn strategies to build a data-driven culture that is deeply connected to instruction and learning—and promotes an equitable approach to mathematics.
In this edWebinar, Madeline Ahearn, Curriculum Administrator in Eugene School District 4J in Oregon, explores how personalization has evolved in her district and how new innovative technologies have supported increased opportunities to personalize learning.