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February 16 - Online Instructional Modules: Keeping the Design Process in Mind Presenters: Darlene Schaefer, Natasha Wippel, Brandi Thurmond, Ann Taylor Lusk; Curriculum Instructional Leaders, NCVPS
session will focus on the designing courses aligned to the core
philosophies of the High Five Process, Bloom's Revised Taxonomy, and
Universal Design for Learning. In this session we will highlight
Blackboard tools that can be utilized to build content that aligns with
these philosophies for creating online instructional modules. When you
keep the design process in mind, you help teachers stay on track during
the development process in developing a course that will lead to
improved student outcomes. Come join us for a session on how to keep
the design process in mind as you develop online instructional modules
for blended, traditional, and mastery-based courses.
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Michelle Newcomb - U.S. History Honors Teacher, Blended Learning Coach Julie Ruth - English Language Arts Teacher Emily Workman - English Language Arts Teacher Mary Beth Holley - English Language Arts Teacher, Metro Nashville Public Schools Join these dynamic veteran teachers that have learned new tricks to support personalized learning in their English Language Arts classrooms. Using advanced settings on assessments in Blackboard has provided them with the ability to meet needs of special education students, as well as increase data efficiency.