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Saturday, December 13 • 8:00am - 9:00am
Remixing and Modding in the Math Classroom

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Blended learning is a data, driven instructional approach, that offers personalized learning in a flexible, adaptive model that draws from multiple resource and an integration of technology.
Using Khan Academy in our 5th through 8th grade math classrooms, allows many teachers to experience data driven instruction at a new level. Using performance based assessments built on common core standards, our teachers are designing curriculum and projects that engage students not only in math, but across subject areas. Participants will have an understanding of how one school district is moving teachers to a personalized blended learning model where teachers are weaving technology and various other resources together to create dynamic and authentic learning opportunities that work towards a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts. Twitter: #mathmodding.

Speakers
avatar for Kami Thordarson

Kami Thordarson

Director of Instructional Technology, Campbell Union School District
I am an educator who is passionate about exploring with students, engaging them with real-world content and tasks, and learning with them side by side. I am also passionate about digital storytelling, gaming, and learning more about the constantly changing world around me. Twitter: @kamithor
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Karen Wilson

STEM Coach, Los Altos Elementary
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Erin Zaich

Elementary Teacher, Los Altos School District


Saturday December 13, 2014 8:00am - 9:00am
Connect 5 San Mateo Marriott

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