Blended Learning Implementation for Elementary Schools by Tom Vander Ark

Tom Vander Ark is author of Getting Smart: How Digital Learning is Changing the World and CEO of Getting Smart, an education advocacy firm. Tom advocates for innovations that customize and motivate learning and extend access to education.

In this webinar, Tom discusses different approaches to blended learning implementation, how blended learning can improve teaching and benefit student learning, and how technology enabled real-time data about each student’s progress can positively effect teaching methods and practices especially when transitioning to the Common Core.

Looking for more resources on adaptive learning? Check out Tom Vander Ark’s latest white paper, Making Math Work: K-8 Blended Learning – How educators can become more productive while boosting student engagement and achievement by using blended learning. Download this white paper, here!

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Tim Hudson

VP of Learning for DreamBox Learning, Inc., Hudson is a learning innovator and education leader who frequently writes and speaks about learning, education, and technology. Prior to joining DreamBox, Hudson spent more than 10 years working in public education, first as a high school mathematics teacher and then as the K–12 Math Curriculum Coordinator for the Parkway School District, a K–12 district of over 17,000 students in suburban St. Louis. While at Parkway, Hudson helped facilitate the district’s long-range strategic planning efforts and was responsible for new teacher induction, curriculum writing, and the evaluation of both print and digital educational resources. Hudson has spoken at national conferences such as ASCD, SXSWedu, and iNACOL.
Tim Hudson