Watch this recorded webinar featuring Heather Staker, Senior Research Fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute and co-author of the book, Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools, to hear more about successful implementation strategies for blended learning. During the webinar, Mrs. Staker shares recommendations on getting started with blended learning as well as best practices being utilized in districts throughout the country.
Broaden and Enrich the Learning Experience: How One School is Applying the Schoolwide Enrichment Model
Watch this recorded webinar, in which school leaders from The Brompton School in Kenosha, Wisconsin, discuss how they are implementing SEM through differentiated instruction based on student’s interests, learning and expression styles, project-based learning, and character education.
Often regarded as the path to personalized learning, blended learning models allow for more meaningful, small group and one-on-one interactions in the classroom. Join us for this recorded webinar, where industry leaders Tom Vander Ark and Arthur VanderVeen will discuss the merits of blended learning—and uncover some of the details that make blended learning models so effective.
Using Online Resources to Differentiate Instruction; How the Diocese of Brooklyn is Raising Student Achievement
Watch this recorded webinar, featuring Anthony Biscione, Senior Deputy Superintendent with the Diocese of Brooklyn, as he discusses how Catholic schools throughout the Diocese are using online solutions like Renzulli Learning.
Today’s educators are inundated with assessment data, but how useful is it for making instructional decisions? Register for this on-demand webinar to hear educational assessment and testing expert Nancy Sindelar discuss how to use formative and summative data to make sound instructional decisions.
Watch this webinar to see examples of how technology allows you to automatically assign lessons for students with varying needs and course requirements, learn how needs assessment data allows students to focus on the concepts they need to master in order to receive credit, and see how credit restoration programs help students achieve success on high-stakes tests.
When students are able to connect their learning to the real world, true learning happens. In this webinar you'll learn what authentic learning is and why it's important, discover how to implement authentic learning in your classroom, and find out how these experiences naturally create a context for career and college preparation and reflect the goals of the Common Core State Standards.
Watch this webinar to hear best practices on creating a successful, feasible, online summer school. The webinar explores program scope, courseware (characteristics of a good curriculum), benefits of a Learning Object Repository (LOR), enrollment—how to capture student enrollment, location considerations, and professional development.