While walking down the hallway after our workshop on the Key Ingredients of Blended and Personalized Learning, I was asked to participate in CUE Live hosted by Chris Walsh. The idea of the interview was to share out resources, suggestions, and tips for setting up a blended or personalized learning classroom.
The DSD Professional Development team was prevailed to present an hour and half workshop on the Key Ingredients of Blended and Personalized Learning. This workshop focused in on allowing participants to experience what it feels and looks like in a blended learning environment while learning about the aspects of blended.
We broke the lesson into five key areas
We concluded the 90 minute session with a quick overview of tech tools that would fit into a blended learning classroom. One participant asked me to name just three tools that I would put into an English Language Arts environment. My answer: Newsela, Actively Learn, and No Red Ink
Download the slides from the presentation by clicking the link below.
Grab a copy of the packet from the session by clicking on this link. Use the code: march17 to receive 50% off any of the products in the store.
The DSD Professional Development Team had the previage to be guest at the Newsela Breakfast on the 16th of March. Not only did we enjoy a fantastic breakfast but we had the chance to talk with amazing educators from around the country. Thanks to Newsela for letting us join in on the fun and for breakfast.
Marcia Kish - Blended and Personalized Learning coach that designed the Three Phases of Blended Learning