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May 11, 2016

Unlocking the Mystery of Project-Based Blended Learning

From a couple of days ago…

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Unlocking the Mystery of Project-Based Blended LearningLearn how Renton Prep uses Office 365 to go from project co-design with students to creating artifacts, peer assessment and communicating learning with others. Feature tools in this webinar include: OneNote, Sway, Docs.com, Snip, Fresh Paint, Office Mix, Office Lens, Forms, and Surface. Our guests will explore the following:

  • How your students can interact with a hands-on investigation of literature, science, and art in OneNote.
  • How to formatively assess students with Forms to drive student ownership and direction for revision.
  • Managing student co-authoring, collaboration, revision, production, and presentation when students build projects across disciplines.
  • Capturing student thought using Fresh Paint and Snip for formative and non-traditional assessment.
  • Both digital and non-digital artifacts (with Office Lens) are collected in digital portfolio, newsletters, and journals in Sway and Docs.com.

Speakers:

Michelle Zimmerman, educator and researcher, Renton Prep Christian School

Student presenters: Nathan Craia, Jasmine Fernandez, Leah Mathew

This webinar will be moderated by Mark Sparvell, senior manager, education, Microsoft

Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 2 to 3 p.m. ET

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