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SXSWedu 2015

Innovation in Online Learning for K12 Students

States across the US are promoting online course experiences for high school graduation. Learn ways K-12 schools are getting the most out of online courses and digital materials to supplement their course catalog, flip their classroom, and help students at all levels be successful and prepare them for learning in an online environment. This panel will discuss the characteristics of high-quality, collaborative and innovative online courses and content
specifically for K-12 learners.

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  1. To provide examples of high-quality interactive online courses in K-12 and how these courses prepare students for their continued life-long learning.
  2. To give educators, instructional designers and administrators strategies on how online courses and instructional materials can help students at all levels to maximize outcomes, including as part of flipped and blended learning models.
  3. To discuss online content resources and instructional design practices to leverage emerging technologies, including digital textbooks, Open Educational Resources (OERs), open content and curated content.

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Carrie Watkins, Digital Consultant, MBS Textbook Exchange

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  • Event: EDU
  • Format: Panel Discussion
  • Track: Instructional Strategies & Best Practices
  • Level: Basic Understanding
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