Online Book Study: Strategies to Support Student Learning in Online and Blended Environments

Date:              October 1, 2020 to December 1, 2020

Cost:              Free        WRESA Members 

                        $45.00   Non-WRESA Members

Type:             Online Book Study 

Hours:          20 contact hours

Participants will need to purchase the book prior to starting the course.

Eric Carbaugh, co-author of the book titled: The Differentiated Flipped Classroom; A Practical Guide to Digital Learning  will take you through this course using the book as a guide.

 Participants will learn how to:

1.    Craft a positive learning environment and build relationships with students both at home and at school;

2.    Create or personalize content for students to view when learning at home;

3.    Monitor student progress towards key learning goals;

4.    Differentiate for student readiness, interest, and learning profile needs; and,

5.    Manage a differentiated flipped classroom environment.

After each chapter, there are a set of reflection questions to help you process key ideas. In addition, some chapters have “job embedded tasks” which will ask you to apply strategies and tools to your own teaching and then reflect on these experiences. Included in some modules are additional resources such as brief articles, video clips, and tutorials that will help you to successfully complete the job-embedded activities.

To maximize your learning, please complete the reflection questions in each chapter BEFORE working on the job embedded tasks (if included).

For more information about this course, contact Candie Sellers at csellers@wresa.org.

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