WHAT: A no cost webinar sponsored by itslearning and hosted by Tech & Learning magazine for K-12 educators and administrators who want to gain a greater understanding of blended learning and how best to foster the skills necessary for deep, student-centered learning.
PRESENTERS: Tim Wilhelmus, Innovation, Curriculum and Technology Specialist at Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation in Indiana and Beth Holland, a respected education leader, researcher and speaker who leads professional development workshops and who is a regular contributor to Edutopia and Education Week.
WHEN: Tuesday, December 6th, 1 PM EST
Boston, MA – Nov. 30, 2016 —What are the essential student skills necessary for fostering deep, student-centered learning and learner agency in a blended learning environment? What skills and practices need to follow teachers and students as they move between digital and physical/analog settings? How can blended professional development foster student-centered learning?
If these questions are creating anxiety for you and other members of your administrative and teaching staff, then consider joining in the discussion as two blended learning experts tackle these and more during a 1-hour, free webinar hosted by Tech & Learning magazine.
Scheduled for Tuesday, December 6 at 1PM EST, guest speakers will include Beth Holland, a respected education leader, researcher and speaker and Tim Wilhelmus, the Innovation, Curriculum and Technology Specialist at Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation in Indiana. Interested educators can also join the synchronous Twitter discussion using the hashtag #rethinklearning16.
“Our goal for hosting this webinar is to ensure that educators will gain a deeper understanding of blended learning; learn how to foster skills necessary for deep, student-centered learning and learner agency in a blended environment and hear how one district is realizing success with blended learning, with student instruction as well as professional development,” said Tom Shoemaker, chief marketing officer for itslearning.
There is no cost to join the webinar, but registration is required. For more information go to:http://ow.ly/4nVH306FP0l
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