Blended Learning To Engage Educators And Students

Blended learning offers a variety of benefits for the high school classroom, especially when implementing the BC Education Plan and redesigned curriculum. In this session, participants will learn to implement blended learning environments in their teaching practice and be introduced to specific strategies and techniques that engage learners through blended learning. You will find that students are able to take more ownership and responsibility/accountability in their learning, and teachers can meet individual learners needs more effectively, when they are engaged in personalized blended learning courses. Through activities, collaboration, and sharing out, participants will be able to start down the path of blending their practice to harness the benefits of both online and face-to-face teaching and learning. The power of blending will become evident as a 'best of both worlds' approach to your professional practice. 

Target Audience
Secondary (e.g. 8-12)

Language of Instruction
English

Sponsoring PSA
BC Educators for Distributed Learning PSA (BCEDL)

To Bring/Important Notes

Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop/tablet/smartphone or other mobile devices.

Sessions



Presenters

Thomas Diesch
Thomas Diesch is a Senior Science Teacher at Carihi Secondary School, SD72 Campbell River.
Danika Cottingham
Danika Cottingham is a High School Humanities and DL Support Teacher at Carihi Secondary School, SD72 Campbell River.
Christopher Rozitis

Christopher Rozitis is an Online Educator and Course Developer at Vancouver Learning Network, SD39 Vancouver.

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