Saturday, June 16, 2012

ISTE 2012 > Instructional Delivery in a Digital Age Learning Environment

6/26/2012 > 10:30am–11:30am, SDCC 5

Cliff Rudnick, California Department Of Education with Brian Bridges, Steve Clemons, Greg Ottinger and Kelly Schwirzke 

This panel discussion will explore the future of instructional delivery and access to materials and other resources, including the use of cloud computing, digital textbooks, online courses, and other instructional technologies.

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Purpose & Objectives

Instructional Delivery in a 21st Century Learning Environment

This panel discussion will explore the future of instructional delivery and access to materials and other resources, including the use of cloud computing, digital textbooks, online courses and other instructional technologies. Panelists will engage audience members in these critical discussions impacting the future of California's students.

Outline

Content to be presented is the ELA Common Core State Standards for grades K-5.
Approximately two hours will be necessary for presentations, discussions, activities for participants and audience questions. Approximately one hour is presentation interspersed with 3-5 activities and time for questions and discussion.

Supporting Research
  • iNACOL Online Learning Definitions Project (October 2011)
  • Authorizing Online Learning (VanderArk and Patrick, published by NACSA, August 2011)
  • The rise of K-12 blended learning: Profiles of emerging models (Innosight Institute, 2011)
Presenter Background
  • Tom Adams, Director, CDE Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources
  • Cliff Rudnick, Administrator, Instructional Resources Unit - will facilitate the panel.
  • Steve Clemons, San Diego COE
  • Greg Ottinger, San Diego COE
  • Brian Bridges, CLRN
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