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MTLC Research Working Group
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, April 30, 2013|
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Room 133
|Event Start Time||12:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
In this session, Roxanne Ruzic, EdD, and Maria Kelly, PhD student, will present initial results from a research study conducted in partnership with Digital Promise and the Pearson Foundation examining teaching practices in schools and classrooms across the United States employing virtual learning, bring-your-own-device, flipped classrooms, and 1:1 laptop/iPad models.
Sarina Molina, EdD, will share the outcomes from an eight-week online professional development program conducted for Kito International staff members. Kito International is a non-profit organization in Nairobi, Kenya whose purpose is getting youth off the streets and providing them with the skills to successfully transition into society as a means out of poverty. The challenges and successes of utilizing mobile technology in this project will be discussed.
Lunch is included.
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