Broadening Student Opportunity with Blended Learning Programs

October 17, 2014

 

Friday, October 17, 2014 - 10:30am

Recently, FuelEd had the opportunity to hold a Blended Learning Leader’s Forum where they conducted workshops for school administrators seeking insight into how to plan for and implement a successful blended learning workshop.

Dr. Lou Kramer, Superintendent of Northeastern Local Schools in Springfield, OH, along with Mr. Gallatin, their District Director of Virtual Programs, presented an amazing segment on the district’s “NE” where program. Below you can check out Dr. Kramer’s reflections on the event:

"Mr. Gallatin, our District Director of Virtual Programs, and I were recently asked to present to other Ohio educators at a Blended Learning Leaders Forum. During our presentation we had the opportunity to highlight many of the accomplishments (and certainly some of the challenges) associated with our district’s 'NE' where program.

As we reflected in preparing this presentation, both Mr. Gallatin and I had an opportunity for us to celebrate the progress we have made over the last two years in broadening opportunities for our students as well as increasing the personalization of our district’s educational offerings. We also had the opportunity to continue discussions of how this program adapts to help students in the future."

You can learn more about the district’s “NE” where program here.

To view Dr. Kramer’s presentation in full, you can click here or here

 

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