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Tuesday, July 25 • 4:15pm - 5:30pm
What Does a Digital Transition Look Like in the Classroom?

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Let’s explore the concept of using Schoology to create a digital transition in the classroom. This transformation goes beyond just content creation. It begins with understanding the standards you are teaching, then developing a student-centered approach to help guide their learning, and finishes with an appropriate method of assessing their mastery. In this session, you will see examples of teacher content, assignments, and assessments before, during, and after a digital transition. Other topics covered will include methods of delivering effective feedback, applying Webb’s DoK Levels to achieve learning shifts, implementing a growth mindset with both administration and staff, and other best practices for a successful digital transition.

Objectives: Attendees will come away from this session with
1) a replicable model for implementing a digital transition
2) examples from different stages of the process
3) tips for preparing administrators to understand and support their staff through a digital transition
4) an opportunity to share best practices with other session participants.

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Kimberly Nidy

Director of Technology, North Canton City Schools
After teaching business management and technology courses for twenty years, I was asked to take on a new district-level role of Innovation Specialist. During that two year period of time, I co-authored, won and implemented a $5 million dollar grant that focused on active learnin... Read More →

Tuesday July 25, 2017 4:15pm - 5:30pm
402a & 402b

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