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Creating Effective Hybrid Learning Environments

This event occurred on July 20, 2021 2:59 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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As school districts look to prepare for the future, what we now know for certain, is that nothing about the future is certain. While schools put tools and processes in place to support remote learning during the past year, the experience for many teachers and students left much to be desired.

While many schools may return to a new normal in the fall, this may ultimately be a blend of remote and in-person instruction. And the question still remains – what should teaching and learning contingency plans look like in the future? We’ll answer other questions including:

  • What are the technologies that can support an effective hybrid learning experience?
  • How can school leaders ensure their teachers and staff are supported and can deliver a high-quality curriculum experience?
  • And more, including yours!

Register now for our panel session as we seek to explore these questions and more.

Speakers
Pat Raugh
Data and Curriculum Supervisor Susquehanna Township School District
Pat is a graduate of Penn State University and has been in education for 28 years – all in the Susquehanna Township School District. He began as a math teacher and spent 11 years in the classroom before becoming a Math Instructional Coach for 7 years. The lure of data called him to become a Data Supervisor and then ultimately a Data and Curriculum Supervisor, where he has spent a combined 10 years.
Martin Schwarz
Global Solution Architect HP
Martin is a collaboration/conferencing subject matter expert supporting HP worldwide sales, channel and alliance vendors and brings more than 25 years of business and technology experience in delivering UCC, streaming and AV solutions to customers worldwide.
Tamara Willis
Superintendent Susquehanna Township School District
Dr. Tamara Willis is the superintendent in the Susquehanna Township School District. For much of her professional career, Dr. Willis has supported students with cognitive disabilities. She has been a building-level principal, an assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, and an adjunct professor in the areas of special education and instructional leadership. She received her Bachelor’s in Elementary and Special Education from Millersville University. She received her master’s in Educational Leadership and her doctorate in Educational Psychology from Temple University. Dr. Willis is committed to the success of all learners. Dr. Willis is equally passionate about preparing globally competitive, 21st-century learners through innovation and customization.
Justin Green
Director of Technology Susquehanna Township School District
Justin has 19 years of experience in the information technology field. All 19 years have been in the K-12 setting, of which the past 9 have been with Susquehanna Township School District. Justin works to implement technology solutions to improve the learning environment for the success of all learners.
Lindy Hockenbary
Hands-on Trainer & Author Educational Collaborators
Lindy Hockenbary is an educator whose strength is helping other educators utilize technology to enhance learning experiences. She has spent her career in various roles in the education field, including classroom teacher, curriculum writer, technology integration specialist, and professional development manager. In her role with Educational Collaborators, Lindy facilitates hands-on trainings for teachers and works with educational technology companies to provide product feedback and training solutions. She is the author of A Teacher’s Guide to Online Learning and holds several edtech certifications, including Google for Education Certified Trainer and Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Master Trainer.
Moderator
Mike Belcher
Director of EdTech, HP
With over 25 years’ experience in Educational Technology at Gateway and HP, Mike is an experienced, passionate K12 and HiED market strategist and advocate dedicated to helping leaders understand the trends and realities of next generation technologies. He regularly works with State legislative, education and Industry leaders on understanding complex problems affecting the US educational system and in recent years has focused attention on Workforce skills, Career and Technical Education opportunities driven by Industry 4.0.
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