In the New Educational Landscape, the Future is Blended (Learning)
Join our panel of blended learning experts to learn about the evolving research and best practices for you to lead and support your teachers.
School districts are reexamining blended learning based on recent digital learning experiences and changed student needs, teacher comfort and educational expectations. Join our panel of blended learning experts to learn about the evolving research and best practices for you to lead and support your teachers.
Our panel of researchers and coaches will share:
- the latest in blended learning research, models and practices
- school success factors (and common mistakes) to enable your teachers to effectively blend the use of technology into their classroom curriculum and instruction
- district planning and enablement tips to support your school community through the stages of blended learning maturity and success
Please join us to consider how district and school leaders can best support blended learning in the classroom for student engagement, differentiation and success.
Heather Clayton Staker is an expert in innovation and student-centered learning. She is the co-author of bestselling books, including Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools. As the founder of Ready to Blend, Heather leads a team of 150 facilitators delivering blended-learning teacher workshops. Heather was a senior research fellow for the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation.
Dr. Catlin Tucker is a blended learning coach, education consultant, and professor in the Masters of Arts in Teaching program at Pepperdine University. She was named Teacher of the Year in 2010 in Sonoma County, where she taught for 16 years. Catlin is a bestselling author including, Balance With Blended Learning.
After joining Teach for America in 2013, Kareem Farah spent six years teaching in schools that support students with a high diversity of academic and social-emotional needs in Hawaii and DC. He was awarded the 2018 Standing Ovation Award for Excellence in Classroom Innovation for his blended, self-paced, mastery-based approach to teaching and learning. Kareem's work has been featured in Edutopia and CBS News, among other local and national outlets.