Hybrid Learning is not simply a fleeting term to address this Fall’s potential shifts to how we teach; it is an opportunity to deepen student engagement and authentic assessment practices. Enroll in this Institute to discover and learn about the framework and tools to facilitate remote or hybrid teaching during the coming school year and beyond. CE Certificates for this program are provided by edWeb.net.
Day 1 Learning Outcomes:
Identify strategies to support digital communities, communication, assessment and accessibility.
Develop structures to support the hybrid learning environment.
Create a pacing calendar for a learning experience.
Day 2 Learning Outcomes:
Learners will discover how to integrate GSuite or Microsoft 365 to achieve the following:
Identify digital tools to support hybrid learning.
Discuss best practices on how to implement digital tools in a hybrid environment.
Use digital tools to build classroom resources and assessments.
To register via purchase order, please fill out this form. In most cases entitlement funds can be used to attend.
Presented by Al Morali, Senior Learning Leader; Erin Sailor, Senior Learning Leader; Machele Clark, Learning Leader; Caleigh Heenan, Learning Leader; Erin Hommeland, Director of Process and Planning; and Mike Wojtaszewski, Senior Learning Leader
|Day 1||(Two Tracks: K-6 or 7-12)||Day 2|
|Foundations of Hybrid Learning – 90 minutes||Hybrid learning is new for many students, teachers, administration, and stakeholders. With the guidance of instructional coaches, learners will navigate hybrid learning structures to improve learning outcomes.||Creating a Digital Learning Environment - 50 minutes||A strong digital learning environment is essential to seamlessly weave online and face-to-face instruction. Learn to create a digital learning hub that facilitates learning in any hybrid learning structure.|
- Review and reflect on research-informed instruction.
- Explore various hybrid learning structures.
- Identify complements between virtual and face-to-face instruction.
- Explore how to build a Google Classroom as a virtual learning space.
- Identify how Google Meet connects students in a remote and face to face environment.
|Planning Assessments to Meet Learning Outcomes – 90 minutes||Our most successful learning experiences always serve our learning outcomes. Learners will explore not just how to write learning outcomes in a hybrid learning environment, but how to collect data and inform learning activities along the way to reach those goals.||Collaboration and Assessment (Asynchronous) - 50 minutes||Assessment and collaboration are critical to success in any classroom, but what do they look like in a hybrid learning environment? Explore tools that facilitate assessment and collaboration among in-person and remote students.|
- Identify essential and nonessential learning.
- Use Backwards Design to align learning goals with instruction.
- Identify formative and summative assessments.
- Discuss data compilation as a means to inform instruction.
- Identify how Google Docs can facilitate meaningful hybrid learning.
- Create a Google Doc to facilitate asynchronous instruction.
- Explore Google Drive as a resource to organize your digital curriculum.
|Implementing Authentic Assessments – 90 minutes||What does learning look like in a hybrid learning environment? Learners identify which assessment-design practices they might keep from their traditional classroom, which they might modify, and which they’ll need to toss altogether in order to authentically assess students.||Collaboration and Assessment (Synchronous) - 50 minutes||How can students engage in synchronous assessment and collaboration in a hybrid learning environment? Explore tools that facilitate real-time collaboration, no matter where the student is.|
- Identify the differences between assessing learning in the traditional classroom and those in a hybrid learning environment.
- Unpack the processes that make up an authentic learning experience.
- Explore Google Slides as an interactive tool to assess students in hybrid learning.
- Explore Jamboard as a tool for real-time collaboration in hybrid learning.
|Designing for Hybrid Learning – 45 minutes||Learners will synthesize all the content covered today in this 45 minute session by creating a hybrid learning structure that conforms to their school’s hybrid calendar, then modify a unit from their classroom using a developmental learning framework that fits into their hybrid learning structure. Two coaches will be available during this build period to field questions and provide ideas.||Formative Assessment and Data Collection - 70 minutes||Assessment and data collection looks different in a hybrid learning environment. Explore what strategies we use in a traditional classroom to inform our instruction, then determine how we can digitize those practices for a hybrid learning environment.|
- Work independently or collaboratively to create a learning experience for their students in a hybrid learning environment.
- Use Google Forms to create a digital check-in that gauges student learning.
- Use Google Sheets to analyze data collected via Forms.
|Peer-Revision and Reflection – 45 minutes||The Consultancy Protocol is a tried-and-true approach to the iterative process. Learners will use the consultancy protocol to share their artifact with their cohort in order to refine it for classroom use with the guidance of two coaches.||Putting it All Together - 80 minutes||Learners will take the skills they learned throughout the day to build resources for their hybrid classrooms. Learners will then share what they’ve built in order to inform iteration and inspire others.|
- Share their work with the cohort using the Consultancy Protocol.
- Provide peer feedback for the iterative process.
- Reflect on the day’s learning.
- Identify Google tools to implement curriculum in hybrid learning.
- Use Google tools to build instructional materials to implement in hybrid learning.
DAY ONE ONLY:
Groups of 10+: $159 per person (Use code HLS10)
Groups of 20+: $149 per person (Use code HLS20)
DAY ONE & TWO:
Groups of 10+: $289 per person (Use code 2HLS10)
Groups of 20+: $279 per person (Use code 2HLS20)
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