Blended Learning: Strategies to Support Student Learning

January 25, 2017 8:30am––January 25, 2017 3:30pm
Location: DoubleTree Resort, 2400 Willow Street Pike, Lancaster, PA 17602

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Use the link above to claim your CEU. Please note that this form is also used to claim CEUs for the Leadership Conference. Please do not claim for Thursday and Friday if you only went to the preconference on Wednesday. 

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Registrant Information:

PDF of PowerPoint - Please download to your computer to have available at the workshop

Link to PowerPoint

Don't forget to bring your laptop computer or tablet with you. You will need this to participate in the workshop.

Mark EngstromMr. Mark Engtrom, Certified Blended Learning Designer

In this workshop we will agree on common language and philosophy regarding why blended learning is beneficial to students. We will also look at different models of blended learning and templates to facilitate designing lessons and units at every grade level. The goal will be to become adept at integrating technology in order to increase student engagement. Finally, we will look at resources to smooth the transition to blended learning from the lens of administration, parents, and students. 

$99.00 per person/Member
$198.00 per person/Non-Member

This is a separate registration from the Leadership Conference, held January 26-27, 2017. Click here to register for the Leadership Conference.

Do you need hotel accommodations? DoubleTree Reservations will be happy to assist you.


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