Taking Blended Learning to the Next Level

A session at BIT15 - Bring IT,Together 2015

Friday 6th November, 2015

10:00am to 10:50am (EST)

Many teachers are using the provincial vLE (D2L) for straightforward content storage, but the platform is much more powerful than that. Leveraging some of the more advanced, yet easily accessible features in the vLE, teachers could be differentiating the learning for their students automatically. Having materials released based on results of diagnostics or checklists, communicating with students automatically based on results (or contributions, etc.) and tracking learning objectives are all possible within the system allowing the teacher to have a better understanding of how a student is understanding and demonstrating their learning. This session will be recorded so that participants can review the material after the event and support resources (video format) will be provided on each of the skills described.

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Paul Hatala

Education Officer, TELO

Next session in Peller Estates A

11am Making Learning Visible - Pedagogical Documentation in a Play and Inquiry Based Classroom by Becky Kennedy and Kate Hitch

23 attendees

  • Ab Falconi
  • Ashleigh McPhee
  • cecile.kuntz@ocsb.ca
  • Martha Miller
  • Pat
  • Julie Borghese
  • Jeff Dumoulin
  • John Michalenko
  • Joanne
  • Karen Kasik
  • Kelly
  • Kevin pickett
  • Kim Wagner
  • Alistair Macleod
  • Linda Vandeven
  • Michael K Barbour
  • Monika
  • Nancy Sherwin
  • Paul Hatala
  • Roger Ramsay
  • Sean Pynaert
  • Sarah Richer
  • Mr. Whitton

4 trackers

  • Aaron Puley
  • Janet Broder
  • Randy LaBonte
  • Susan Penfold

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Time 10:00am10:50am EST

Date Fri 6th November 2015


Peller Estates A, Scotiabank Convention Centre

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