Kayla Blackwood is a Fredericton, New Brunswick native who is completing her 4th year as a Social Studies and French teacher, Varsity Girls Hockey Head Coach and Houseparent at Rothesay Netherwood School. Kayla is a passionate educator who strives to empower her students to think for themselves and question the world around them.
Co-presenting with Tammy Earle
Director of Technology and Learning Initiatives at Rothesay Netherwood School. She graduated with her MEd in Learning and Technology from Acadia University and is a recent CAIS Innovation Grant recipient for online & blended learning. Tammy has been the conference chair for the Atlantic Learn2Learn conference for educators around the province, fostering learning innovation in our classrooms and beyond. Tammy is a a Google Apps for Education Certified Teacher, and continues to explore ways to redefine education through effective use of technology and building new approaches to pedagogy and curriculum through a culture of inquiry and design thinking.
|Increasing Productivity through Assistive Technology
|Blended learning is a way of combining a variety of learning environments into one classroom—and even taking those teaching applications beyond the classroom. There are a variety of ways to approach blended learning, but they all share an emphasis on allowing each student to learn in the way that suits him or her best. So, how do we incorporate online technologies into our classrooms to enhance student growth, rather than use it for the sake of using it? And, how do we accomplish this with limited time and resources?|
|July 6, 12:45 to 2:15 pm, Room 2026|