Presentation Title

Social Learning in the Blended Classroom

Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

Take your blended classroom to the next level of student engagement using authentic texts and tools to allow students a social experience with an authentic, worldwide audience. Simply replacing your textbook with relevant, digital texts is not enough for eliciting the most engagement from students. By adding in social interaction hinging on authentic audience, blended classrooms can elicit the most from their students. Both social interaction and authentic audiences are strategies proven to increase student engagement. Using these strategies in conjunction with relevant, digital texts creates a classroom of impressive student engagement with the content.. Learn how to do this in your classroom by using tools including Google Apps for Education, Schoology, Twitter and other online sites.

Keywords

blended learning, digital, social, flipped classroom, web 2.0

Audience Focus

K-12

Start Date

7-29-2015 3:00 PM

End Date

7-29-2015 4:00 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Karin Hogen (M.S. Ed) is a 9-12 English/Language Arts and Reading teacher. She is co-founder of DocentEDU. Karin has presented at Education Minnesota Professional Conference, TIES Professional Conference, and MN ITEM. Karin is also a participant in the Teach to Lead initiative.

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Social Learning in the Blended Classroom

Take your blended classroom to the next level of student engagement using authentic texts and tools to allow students a social experience with an authentic, worldwide audience. Simply replacing your textbook with relevant, digital texts is not enough for eliciting the most engagement from students. By adding in social interaction hinging on authentic audience, blended classrooms can elicit the most from their students. Both social interaction and authentic audiences are strategies proven to increase student engagement. Using these strategies in conjunction with relevant, digital texts creates a classroom of impressive student engagement with the content.. Learn how to do this in your classroom by using tools including Google Apps for Education, Schoology, Twitter and other online sites.