Planning for Both or Either/A Blended Learning Approach Virtual Series

Planning for Both or Either/A Blended Learning Approach Virtual Series

When:
December 8, 2020 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
2020-12-08T15:30:00-05:00
2020-12-08T16:30:00-05:00
Where:
ONLINE -Zoom platform
Cost:
CVEDC Member $100 Non-Member $150
Contact:
CVEDC
8024971642
Planning for Both or Either/A Blended Learning Approach Virtual Series @ ONLINE -Zoom platform

Facilitator: Adam Seipel, Google Certified Trainer, Google
Certified Innovator and Learning Technology Integrator

Dates: December 2020    Session 1: Tuesday 12/8 Session 2:  Thursday 12/10 Session 3: Tuesday 12/15 Session 4: Thursday 12/17

Time: 3:30 – 4:30 pm   

Location:  Online Zoom Link

Cost:       CVEDC Member:  $100            Non-Member:  $150

Target Audience: K12 Educators

2020-21 has had its challenges! Planning ahead for students without knowing if the learning modality will change is stressful and can double the work. These four sessions are designed to reduce anxiety during fluctuating time, introduce frameworks that are helpful in-person or during remote instruction, and support participants in creating a blended learning unit from inception through introduction that can be used this school year. Win/Win!

Session 1: Google Classroom and Packaging Your Content

• Hyperdocs
• Choice Boards
• Slides Mania templates

Session 2: Content

• Choice
• Sources & Curation
• UDL Considerations

Session 3: Artifacts of Learning

• Choice
• Platforms
• UDL
• Amplify & Public Display

Session 4: Feedback Strategies

• In Classroom
 Rubrics
 Originality reports
• Self-Assessment
• Single-Point Rubric
• Peer to Peer
• Video & Audio
• Feedback from students (loop)

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About our Instructor:

Since 2008, I have taken my love of education to K-12 teachers and administrators. In fall of that year, I started helping other teachers in my district incorporate Google Sites, Docs and other tools into their instruction. Later, I continued introducing educators to Google Apps by piloting a 1:1 Chromebook program in my high school English class in which my students self-published an anthology of their own writing.
I work in Charlottesville, VA where I am a Learning Technology Integrator. I have the pleasure of working alongside teachers to help them prepare students for a future that includes maker spaces, coding and authentic creation. I am currently focused on aligning ed tech practices with the research-based concepts from John Hattie’s Visual Learning studies.  Additionally, I have my Master’s degree in Instructional Technology, am a Google Certified Trainer and Google Certified Innovator.

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