Blended Learning Coaching Academy

Facilitated by Marsha Kish

Training Overview

Participants will learn about what is needed to build a blended learning environment from the ground up including: constructing an understanding of the blended learning rotation model; designing a framework and competencies that coaches can use to move towards the blended learning model in a classroom, school, or district; develop a data rich culture within the classroom to monitor student progress and advance students at their own pace; as well as construct unit plans that can be used with teachers to create multiple paths for the students to take while mastering learning objectives.

This workshop is designed for teachers, instructional coaches, curriculum directors and administrators.

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Workshop Information

Presenter Bio

Marcia Kish has been providing professional development courses on classroom technology integration, use of mobile devices, and blended learning to teachers, superintendents, and support staff members across the United States for the last six years. Before moving into the professional development training world, Marcia spent eleven years working as a classroom and a technology teacher in Worthington, Ohio. During that time, she presented mini hands-on workshops at the Ohio eTech conference. Presented at the Ohio Education Technology Conference, ITSE conference, Campus Technology Conference, and the National Community School Conference on how to implement blended learning into the classroom setting. With a masters degree in Instructional Technology and countless hours of continuing education course on blended learning environments, Marcia is highly qualified to teach and support all levels of educational learners.


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