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Friday, November 13 • 10:50am - 11:45am
Personalize Instruction for All Learners and Create a Brain-Friendly, Blended Learning Space that is Student Centric FILLING

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Wouldn't it be nice to have an extra set of hands in the classroom to work with students while you worked with a small group? In this session, you will see how international classroom design consultant and elementary teacher, Erin Klein, is leveraging technology to maximize her teaching time, while differentiating and personalizing her instruction for all students. Join Erin Klein as she shares how having a few devices in the classroom allows you to internally flip your instruction so that your students can get the most focused support you can offer in a limited time frame. See some of Klein's favorite sites and methods for assessing her students to personalize their learning and support her planning while getting her kids connected.  If you do Daily 5, Centers, or Workstations, you'll love these simple yet dynamic and creative teaching ideas!

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Erin Klein

Teacher, Author, Presenter, Spotlight
Erin Klein is an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author, and mother who has been twice selected to serve on the Scholastic, Inc. Top Teaching Team based in New York. Her recent publication, Amazing Grades, was a collaboration with experts from 13 countries around the world. She travels the country speaking about the power of student voice, how meaningful technology integration can enhance learning experiences, and the impact... Read More →


Friday November 13, 2015 10:50am - 11:45am
Fab Lab

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