No Student Is an Island: Improving Outcomes With Blended Learning
This event took place on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, 3 to 4 p.m. ET.

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What’s the perfect blend of technology and traditional teaching methods for your students? Join innovators from the Hawaii Technology Academy to learn how their approach to student-centered blended learning is increasing engagement and improving learning outcomes across the district—and a chain of islands. While blended learning can bridge geographic gaps via distance learning, its real power is the ways it helps students feel more connected to their teachers, their communities, and the learning process.

Join this webinar to learn about:

• Improving quality of life for students and educators through blended learning
• Stretching existing or limited resources and staff
• Adding project-based learning and authentic assessments into classrooms
• Selecting the right learning management system and online curriculum
• Keeping pace with global evolutions in technology and education
• Maintaining the human element in face-to-face and online course work


Marc Collins, high school math teacher, Hawaii Technology Academy, Oahu, Hawaii

Donna Therrien, director of pedagogical practice, Hawaii Technology Academy, Oahu, Hawaii


Evan Pinto, virtual learning specialist, Pearson
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