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The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective
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The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective

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Philip Bell leads a panel discussion at the Conversations on Quality: A Symposium on K-12 Online Learning hosted by MIT and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, January 24-25, 2012, Cambridge, MA.

Philip Bell leads a panel discussion at the Conversations on Quality: A Symposium on K-12 Online Learning hosted by MIT and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, January 24-25, 2012, Cambridge, MA.

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  • Cite as: Bell, P. (2012, January). The practical case for quality: The teacher and student perspective. Presentation at Conversations on quality: a symposium on k-12 online learning, Cambridge, MA.Unless otherwise specified, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.
  • Designing year-long courses for 8th to 10th grade in Biology, Algebra and English / Language Arts- Launched a non-profit with Steve Arnold & Michael Golden- It a blended learning model—significant F2F and online componentsTell your story of getting to here and the importance of this workGive our story in summaryVisit ourcorporate website for more info
  • - Authentic, sustained projectsWe want to engage students in extended projects, learning “just in time” with more elective choice and specialization in multifunction teams
  • Experts represented by pyramid in terms of levels and numbersTwo demonstration videos, one giving the challenge, another expert describing work and contextQuestion for HTH- How does expert collaboration show up in your school(s)? Internships? Externships? Unit involvement, planning? Industry collaboration? Are there any other ways professionals are involved in the work?
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    • 1. The Practical Case for Quality: The Teacher and Student Perspective Jenna Winter Royce Le Dominic Griff Katie McConville Mitch Leffler (ELA) Dana Dyer (Biology) Bellevue School District Highline School District Paul Teske, Katie Van Horne & Philip Bell Educurious, University of Washington Unless otherwise specified, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.Cite as: Bell, P. (2012, January). The practical case for quality: The teacher and student perspective.Presentation at Conversations on quality: a symposium on k-12 online learning, Cambridge, MA.
    • 2. Educurious Next Gen Courses & Units• Engages students in relevant, authentic learning and projects• Leverages principles of how and why people learn• Uses a competency-focused, learner-centered technology platform• Connects students with network of experts and professionals 2
    • 3. Contemporary, Relevant Projects How can I protect important ecosystemsHow do infectious diseases constantly from the impacts ofoutsmart us and continue to threaten climate change?human populations around the globe? 3
    • 4. Social Learning Platform, Tools & Badges 4
    • 5. The Educurious Expert Network (TEEN) We are all products of our social networks.Offer thechallenge Build volunteer network of domain experts / professionalsVisit classrooms virtuallyin various ways April Henry & Shareen’s StoryProvide expertise and supportto curriculum design teamsGive authentic feedback onstudent work 5
    • 6. nap.edu
    • 7. Design Research with Learner Assessment Engagement dynamics Metacognitive assessment Progress along competency-based learning pathways Detailed video analysis of high- challenge learning moments Orchestrated assessment (pre/post) 7
    • 8. Panel Discussion Format • Topic: How Can Technology Be Used to Support Powerful Learning Experiences for Students • Topic: Reflecting on the Teaching & Learning Experience • Q&A

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