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Monday, June 11 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Live Online Instruction: A new way to classroom for low income students to impact academic achievement

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In this session, Gena Gardiner, former Assistant Superintendent of Highland Park ISD, will share how school districts in Texas are utilizing live online instruction to bridge the academic achievement gap for low income students. To best prepare students for the next generation of work, what and how students learn needs to change. A technology-only approach is not the solution to meet the changing needs of our students. In this session, the audience will see how combining technology with human interaction is the future of teaching to engage students and get results. By moving away from a traditional, isolated classroom experience and towards live online instruction, students are able to collaborate with one another to learn and schools are able to utilize technology as a driver for learning rather than the entire solution. In this session, the audience will not only learn about a new way to classroom, but they will also see case studies of those different classroom formats with academic impact data. The audience will also learn key principles and execution pointers on how they can best bring the format of live online instruction to their schools and classrooms!

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Monday June 11, 2018 10:15am - 11:15am
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