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Saturday, March 16 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Screencast your mini-lesson with Screencastify, Classroom and Forms

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Description
Not sure how to get started with blended learning? Screencasting mini-lessons during balanced literacy and other contexts will free you up to conference with students AND will support your ELLs. In this session, you'll create a screencast, post it to Classroom, add a check for comprehension using Forms.

Learning Outcome #1
At the end of my session, participants will be able to create and post a blended learning (“flipped”) mini lesson in Google Classroom. The lesson will consist of a screencast, made with Screencastify, and a check for comprehension, using a Google Form.

Learning Outcome #2
Participants will be able to describe some contexts in which a flipped learning lesson can support personalized and differentiated learning, and they will be able to explain some of the new possibilities that adding a blended component to their instructional repertoire can bring about.

Standards
Empowered learner: A flipped lesson allows students to learn at their own pace. The teacher can allow students to choose to work independently or collaboratively. As teachers become more fluent with the creation process, they can begin adding more personalization and differentiation options.

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Steve Kesel

Digital Learning Program Administrator, SFUSD
Steve Kesel is passionate about helping students and teachers use technology to enhance learning. He began helping his second graders use tech in the classroom in the '90s. Later, he spent five years as Pacifica School District's Access, Equity, and Innovation Specialist, helping... Read More →

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Saturday March 16, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Madera, Renaissance Hotel 888 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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