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  iPad Models for Your Blended Learning Initiative

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Explore advantages of the 4 most popular blended learning models.

Blended learning isn’t one-size-fits-all. Schools across the country are designing innovative programs to incorporate classroom technology in ways that best suit the needs of their students. While some districts can afford to implement 1:1 devices, others choose to adopt iPad learning models that allow for shared technology. Watch this previously recorded webinar as we walk through different implementation models, explore advantages for each, and help districts visualize how iPads could work in their K-8 classrooms.

During this webinar, we

  • Share best practices of the 4 most popular blended learning models
  • Feature innovative districts who use each model and provide resources that dive into their implementations and results

  • Answer questions from participants specific to their current and future district initiatives

Tracy Reynolds

Tracy Reynolds

New Partnerships Manager

Tracy Reynolds is a New Partnerships Associate at eSpark. Prior to her current role, she was a first grade Baltimore City Public School teacher and a Teach For America alumnus. In her 4 years as a teacher she had students across all learning levels and the need for differentiation was obvious. At eSpark, Tracy works with districts across the country to help them implement blended learning models that help teachers use technology to solve the problem of classroom differentiation.

Michael Wagner

Michael Wagner

New Partnerships Associate

Michael joined eSpark's New Partnership team after serving as a seventh grade teacher and coach in Oakland, CA, for 3 years. Prior to teaching, Michael double majored in Classical History at Notre Dame and spent his summers holding various leadership positions at Aim High St. Louis, a summer enrichment program for inner-city middle school students. Through these experiences, he has seen how academic engagement drives student success, frequently far beyond a classroom’s walls.