Webinar Series: Creating a Path to Success with Blended Learning
Websites, web tools, web resources, student engagement, student-centered learning, and the list goes on…do you want to make sense of using technology efficiently?
Presenter: Marva Wilks
Date & Time: Feb 12, 2018 @ 11:00AM EST
Cost: Free (Limited Registrations)
Length of Webinar: 30 – 40 minutes
- Moderator intro and overview – 5 mins
- Presentation – 15-20 mins
- Q & A – 10-15 Mins
Register to attend this session so that you can learn and organize yourself on how to create student-centered learning hubs in your buildings and district-wide.
This webinar provides participants with an overview of the Blended Learning and its impact on instruction when implemented with fidelity. Participants will be given a glimpse of the best ways to organize resources to create a student-centered learning environment and they will leave the webinar with the ability to identify the differences between a technology-rich learning environment and a blended learning environment.
The following Blended Learning models will be discussed:
- Station Rotation
- Flex Model
- Lab Rotation
Sign up today to take advantage of this free learning opportunity. Space is limited.
Marva has served as Peer Reviewer for NCTE’s English Journal. In addition, Marva has written and developed curriculum and award-winning lessons for middle school language arts. Marva taught at the middle school level for over 12 years where she specialized in improving campus-wide teacher collaboration through the use of technology resources. During her tenure in the school district, Wilks served as: district trainer for Six Traits, Literature Circles, Technology Integration, Reading Coach, Department Chair, Language Arts, Reading, and Social Studies teacher culminating in being named one of eight finalists for Teacher of the Year in the nation’s sixth largest school district.
Marva taught at the college level as an adjunct professor and an online instructor for over 8 years. She earned her B.S. in Middle Grades Education from Georgia Southern University, her M.S. Ed in English, and her Ed. S. in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.