Cancelled: Engage Wonder, Activate Learning, Ignite Assessment (WA13)
Friday, March 6 3:00 pm–4:00 pm
Resources Only (Presenter not in attendance) - RO
Use technology to design personalized, problem-based learning cycle, including performance based assessment. Learn how technology supports implementation of personalized learning, with individual passion projects as well as group inquiry. Take home project ideas, rubrics, and step-by-step activities with needed tech tips to bring depth to both learning and assessment.
|Type:||PC Lab Workshop|
|Focus Area:||1:1, Assessment, Brain Research/Neuroscience, Emerging Trends, Microsoft, Mobile Devices, Online/Blended Learning, STEM/STEAM|
|Skill Level:||Beginner, Intermediate|
Maria Andrade Johnson, Ed-gecation
Dr. Andrade Johnson focuses on using personalized learning to focus on student engagement, voice, and autonomy. She has previously presented at CUE, NCEA, MACUL,and NCCE on 21st century learning design, student voice, gamification, flipped classroom, performance based assessment, peer mentoring, O365, OneNote Class Notebook, FlipGrid, and EdPuzzle. She has provided inservices to the Archdiocese of Seattle, the Diocese of Orange, and several schools. Dr. Andrade Johnson's research and dissertation examines the potential of 1:1 technology to foster student agency and voice in economically disadvantaged situations.
Michael Pascual, Saint Jeanne De Lestonnac School
Michael Pascual is a campus minister teaching 8th grade and Freshman religion in Saint Jeanne De Lestonnac in Temecula, CA. In his last two schools, he helped write the theology curriculum. Meanwhile, he is finishing his last year as a doctoral student at LMU Educational Leadership in Social Justice. He has presented at NCEA, MACUL, and NCCE on gamification while providing workshops and deacon formation courses in the Diocese of Orange.