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Friday, November 13 • 9:45am - 11:45am
Key Ingredients to the Blended Learning Classroom LIMITED

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What are the key ingredients to mixing up a blended learning classroom? Join Marcia Kish as she walks you through the different types of data collection, tools, techniques, and design needed to generate a blended learning classroom.
During this hands on workshop, learners will explore the definition of blended learning by view working examples of classrooms. The participants will get a chance to generate a mock blended learning classroom environment during the workshop.
The participants will also get a chance to explore the importance of data collection, and the student growth examples of teachers using blended learning. Marcia will provide examples of schools from around the country that she is currently working with and how the data has changed the way the teachers are teaching in the blended learning classroom.
The designing, planning, and implementing the blended learning model will also become hands-on learning stations for the participants to explore.

Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
Define a working blended learning model
Demonstrate ways to collect data that will drive the classroom
Create and design a working blended learning environment
Implement classroom tools that will enhance, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking within the blended learning classroom.
Outline:
The Top Ingredients to a Blended Learning Classroom will be structured in such a way that the participants will be able to visually see a working blended learning classroom environment.
Introduction: There will be a five to ten minute introduction explaining the process and expectations of the workshop
BackChanneling:There will be a BackChannel set up so that way all participants will have a voice and can add comments, suggestions, links and other materials they might find throughout the workshop
Rotations: Participants will travel through different rotations based on a quick needs assessment a the beginning of the training. The participants will rotate every 5 to 10 minutes to a new station to learn about key ingredients in a blended learning environment
Questions and Comments: The last five to ten minutes will be dedicated to answering questions about the layout of the workshop and to make answer any questions they might have about blended learning.

Speakers
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Marcia Kish

Blended Learning Coach, DSD Professional Development
Marcia Kish has been working and implementing the Blended Learning model across the country and here in Ohio. She has also been working with Columbus City Schools and other suburban schools around central Ohio for the last couple of years. Marcia has presented workshops on Blended Learning at the OETC 2014, ISTE 14, College Campus Technology Conference 14, and Teaching and Learning iPad Conference in North Carolina.


Friday November 13, 2015 9:45am - 11:45am
J-201

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