Engaging Math Learners and Improving Achievement Through Blended Learning

New software and blended learning environments are enabling districts to implement personalized learning on a scale never before possible. New school structures in which classroom teachers and innovative learning technology engage students in more personalized ways hold some of the greatest potential for raising student AYP in mathematics particularly at the elementary level.

Attend this web seminar to hear how an experienced administrator implemented a personalized blended learning approach in her elementary school and has seen impressive and measurable growth in engagement and achievement in mathematics. Participants will learn ways to make learning more personal for elementary school students. Learn ideas for meeting the needs of each student and using new learning technologies effectively to help students become great critical thinkers.

Topics will include:

  • How to implement a blended learning model
  • Using data effectively to drive math achievement
  • Strategies for professional development in blended learning

Scheduled speakers:
Cynthia White
Cleveland Elementary School
Santa Barbara (Calif.) USD

Tim Hudson
Senior Director of Curriculum Design
DreamBox Learning

Who will benefit:
Superintendents, K-5 curriculum directors, technology directors, principals and others involved with personalized or blended learning. Anyone may attend.

Date of broadcast: 
Thursday, February 27, 2014
2:00 pm EST