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Using Blended Learning and Student-driven Projects to Personalize Learning and Increase Engagement

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Overview

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.




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Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, January 23, 2014 @ 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Differentiated Learning
Tags: blended learning, collaborative group work, differentiated learning, DOL0123, student projects

Reviews (16)

Full Member
 
Thank you for even tackling the equity problem of group work.
Full Member
 
In a perfect world, I would do PBL all the time if only because it is the way of the real world. Being able to work successfully with other people is a must-have job skill.
Full Member
 
Was a good presentation, nice ideas for teachers.
Full Member
 
thanks for all the ideas!
Full Member
 
Great resources and wonderful presentation. Thank you!
Full Member
 
Great webinar. I agree with the need for a transformation from the traditional classroom to the student-driven classroom. This presents a lot of challenges that you discussed and gave input on. I really like the basic steps you outlined that will help guide students.
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+5
 
Wonderful information!
Full Member
+8
 
Fantastic presentation!
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+4
 
Thanks for the ideas. Great presentation.
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+7
 
Great resources and ideas. Thank you.
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