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Tuesday, February 26 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Choice, Voice, & Inquiry: Blended Learning

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Blended Learning empowers students to make choices and to provide their voices to structure the learning process. By creating online instructional materials, by designing pathways for students to make choices on how to learn content and skills, and by using a research project to facilitate personalized inquiry, I have given students in my United States History classroom a large role in driving their own learning. This session will focus on how I scaffolded teaching experiences for myself and learning experiences for my students in order to get to the point where these opportunities could be implemented. With support from an ongoing pilot project in my school, students are able to leave class when it is warranted to work in flexible times and spaces while the teacher provides support and guidance for individuals and small groups. This presentation will also share how the pilot has progressed.

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Michael Biondo

Social Science Teacher & Instructional Coach, Maine South High School
Michael Biondo (www.biondoteaches.com) began teaching Social Science in 2003 and started serving as an Instructional Coach in 2009 at Maine South High School. He teaches US History and coordinates student participation in the Chicago Metro History Fair, the local affiliate of National... Read More →

Tuesday February 26, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm CST
Schaumburg D