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October 14, 2012

Making Sense Of Blended Learning. Register Now.

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[image] DA Web Seminar Series
Making sense of blended learning
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 2pm ET
Personalized digital learning is gaining traction throughout the county, and one of the fastest growing ways to use digital learning in the classroom is by using blended learning, a combination of online and in-person instruction. For many administrators, however, there remain many questions about what blended learning actually means and how best to implement this model.

Join this web seminar to hear from John Bailey, executive director of Digital Learning Now!, about key issues to consider in implementing blended learning in your district.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • High-level look at blended learning.
  • A definition of different levels and models of blended learning.
  • How to implement and customize blended learning to meet your district’s needs.
Rosetta Stone Education

John Bailey – Executive Director, Digital Learning Now! Former technology advisor to the Secretary of Commerce; senior policy officer at the Gates Foundation; and Director of Educational Technology at the Department of Education.

Analisa Ficklin – Principal, Wade King Elementary School, an International Baccalaureate World School in the Bellingham (Wash.) Public Schools.

Who will benefit:

Superintendents, curriculum directors, principals and others interested in blended learning. Anyone may attend.

Continuing Education Certification:

All attendees of this live web seminar will receive confirmation of their participation, which may be used for purposes of CEU certification where applicable.

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