Session 3: Shifting Teaching and Learning - 3 SCECH | January 19
Blended learning enables important shifts in teaching and learning as schools move to a more student-centered, personalized approach. This session will address the why,what, where and how of the shifts in curriculum and instruction and provides school leaders with an understanding of new opportunities for personalization and for addressing learning differences; powerful applications of project-based, game-based and universal design for learning with technology; options for and affordances of digital curriculum and connected learning; and important new ways to think about the use of student learning time.
In this session, participants will dig deeply into understanding the kinds of curriculum and instruction changes they want to make in their schools as they transition to blended learning. Through a range of activities and discussions, participants will work on their plan for transitioning to new models of teaching and learning in their schools.
As a result of this Session, participants will:
Understand the shifts to student-centered, personalized teaching and learning enabled by blended learning.
Identify the differences between traditional instruction and new models and frameworks enabled by blended and digital learning.
Understand various curriculum strategies that are supported by blended learning such as project-based learning, flipped instruction and game-based learning.
Lunch provided. Seats are reserved for administrators within the Archdiocese of Detroit.