As online learning opportunities expand and blended learning models continue to evolve, it's critical to ensure education remains student-centered and focused on key learning goals. Whether students are in the classroom or using technology, it’s important for all of them to receive personalized, differentiated support as they learn. The use of "adaptive" learning technology is increasing as a way to improve the differentiation and personalization of learning for each unique student.
Attend this web seminar to learn from an experienced public educator, curriculum leader, and digital learning designer. Participants will hear about recent trends in adaptive learning, the pedagogical implications of adaptive technologies, and how digital experiences can empower students to think independently, receive specific feedback, and self-direct their learning.
Tim Hudson, PhD
Senior Director of Curriculum Design
Who will benefit:
Superintendents, K-5 curriculum directors, technology directors, principals and others involved with blended learning or other technology. Anyone may attend.