Technology is a tool that can be used to help teachers facilitate personalized learning experiences to address the diverse needs of all students. At the most basic level, digital tools can be used to help students find, understand, and use information. When combined with student-driven learning experiences that are fueled by essential questions and offer flexible learning paths, use of digital tools can break the learning barriers that exist in our classrooms. Join Susan Oxnevad as she provides an overview of digital tools and resources to design personalized learning experiences that effectively incorporate digital differentiation.
Would you like increase student engagement and personalize the learning for your students? What if you could do that and transition to the Common Core? In this session, join Catlin Tucker as she covers how to facilitate student-driven projects using online discussions, Google apps, and web 2.0 tools to engage students in collaborative group work. She will show how you can create more opportunities for students to work together explore, problem-solve, think critically and create! Catlin will present different multidisciplinary project structures that can be facilitated in a blended learning model - combining work in the physical classroom with work done online - to increase student engagement and personalize each learning experience.
Would you like to be able to deliver a more personalized, relevant learning experience to each of your students? This webinar will showcase creative ideas, reflective practices, and various technologies that can transform your teaching. Join Naomi Harm as she shares innovative instructional strategies that will allow for differentiation approaches, educator choice, challenge-based learning, and mobile learning opportunities. Collaborative teaming and active learning activities will be discussed along with virtual brainstorming, "bumping" of ideas, and augmented reality mobile learning.