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Adaptive Literacy Learning 101
Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Presented by Lauren Kimlinger, First Grade Teacher, Technology and Math Instructional Leader, Boise-Eliot Elementary School, Portland, OR
Sponsored by Voyager Sopris Learning®
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What do you need to know about adaptive learning? The use of differentiated instruction to individualize each student’s learning experience is increasingly common in today’s elementary classrooms, but creating meaningful differentiation for a typical class of 25 students or more can be a challenge. Teachers have limited time to give students the personal attention they need, which is where adaptive learning can help. Adaptive learning is technology that responds to a student’s interactions in real time by offering support automatically—supplementing the one-on-one instruction that a teacher can provide and accelerating a student’s abilities.
Watch this edWebinar for an introduction to adaptive literacy learning from elementary educator at Boise-Eliot Elementary School in Portland, OR Lauren Kimlinger. You will hear about:
- Findings from a recent nationwide survey that show instructional leaders overwhelmingly see the value of adaptive learning solutions to help individualize instruction
- How an elementary teacher incorporates an adaptive ELA program in her classroom
Elementary teachers, librarians, administrators, reading specialists, literacy coaches, and curriculum and instruction personnel are invited to watch this recorded event. Learn how adaptive literacy can help your students!
About the Presenters
Lauren Kimlinger is a first grade teacher and technology and math instructional leader at Boise-Eliot Elementary School in Portland, OR, with a fierce passion for edtech. She has a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Oberlin College and a Masters of Arts in teaching from Concordia University. During her seven years of teaching kindergarten, Lauren became fascinated by the mind-boggling choices in the emerging edtech market. Through experimenting with new technologies, observing students and their data, and learning about blended learning, Lauren has made her own practice very much about meeting students exactly where they are and giving them their next step. Utilizing all available methods: technology, small groups, one-on-one conferences, alternative means of assessment and group project work and more, Lauren intends every year to step out of students’ ways and allow them to meet their potential.
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