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Wednesday, February 27 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
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Educators are well aware that providing faster student feedback results in greater student understanding. Additionally, collecting feedback sooner allows time for the instructor to revise instruction and maximize student learning.

In this session we will demonstrate and elaborate on tools and techniques that will allow students and educators to:
-Provide feedback at student’s own pace
-Give immediate insights into student learning
-Allow visualization of student understanding
-Maximize student collaboration

Presenters
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Brandi Argentar

Tech Coach and Science Teacher, Adlai E. Stevenson High School
Brandi Argentar started her love for technology at U of I by publishing her physics research on Netscape. From there, she worked as a technology consultant for Ernst & Young. Eventually, she missed her biology roots and headed back to school to receive her MAT, and was able to fuse... Read More →
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Christina Wood

Science Instructor & Instructional Tech Coach, Adlai E. Stevenson
While Christina Wood has been part of Stevenson High School for the last 20 years, her career began 24 years ago at a small private school, Regina Dominican. At Regina, her colleagues thought she would be the perfect person to head the technology committee (primarily because she was... Read More →


Wednesday February 27, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
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