blendED Symposium 2019

(external registration)
Registration closes:
Oct 18, 2019 at 11:00 pm
Date:
This is a multi-day event.
Day 1Oct 24, 2019 (8:00 am to 4:15 pm)
Day 2Oct 25, 2019 (8:00 am to 2:00 pm)
Cost:
$315.00 (Regular Registration)
$300.00 (Group Registration (5 or more))
$150.00 (Presenter)
$300.00 (CANeLearn Members)
$365.00 (Late Registration)
$150.00 (Education Student)
Location: Edmonton (Radisson Hotel South)
4440 Gateway Blvd. NW
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Course code: 20-CP-024

About this learning opportunity

What is the blendED Symposium?

The blendEd Symposium is organized by a volunteer group of Alberta teachers and administrators who believe in fostering blended and online learning throughout the education system. We believe in the power of structured dialogue and sharing of best practices.

The blendEd 2019 symposium features:

  • Discussion sessions with Albertan and Canadian leaders and practitioners
  • Workshops on emerging trends in flexible, student-centered learning
  • Planned networking opportunities available throughout the event

 

Spread the word!

Maybe you know a teacher or administrator who would benefit from this amazing opportunity? If so, be sure to let them know, it would be great to see you all there!

For more information or questions about the symposium please contact us directly at albertablended@gmail.com

About the facilitator(s)

Blended Learning encompasses a wide variety of learning spaces and experiences and comes in many forms, some blended learning examples include:

  • a teacher digitally records and posts lessons online to provide student access to course material anytime;
  • a student in an online course meets with a teacher and fellow students in a campus setting for a face-to-face seminar;
  • an outreach teacher’s self-paced paper and digital course includes campus-based tutorial time;
  • a teacher provides students and parents access to daily lesson material online;
  • a rural school teacher provides their split class with online learning materials to access anytime;
  • a classroom teacher using technology to allow students to access work outside of class time and to hand in their work; or
  • peer editing and collaboration that takes place at school and at home and guided by teachers – either online, in classrooms, or other learning environments.

Who are we?

We are a volunteer group of Alberta teachers and administrators who believe in fostering blended and online learning. We feel there is a need in the province for a structured dialogue and sharing at a Symposium.

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