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Friday, March 3 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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This interactive session will illustrate how educators can leverage choice, differentiation, and strategies to build a student-centered ELA learning environment. Participants will explore interactive bulletin boards, discussion and questioning techniques, digital formative assessments and the improvement of mini-lessons. A high energy, hands-on and minds-on session will have learners living in the moment and planning for the future!

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Kim Darche

Digital Learning Coach, SD113A
As a Digital Learning Coach at Lemont School District 113A and through past experiences Kim has been lucky enough to spread her zest for learning with others. Kim has received two advanced degrees in both Educational Technology and Administrative Leadership. She is also a Level 2 Google Certified Trainer and an adjunct professor at the University of St. Francis, a 2017 recipient of Midwest Spotlight Educator Award and has been chosen to be part... Read More →

Diana Nowak

Diana is a first class ELA Educator who believes in building capacity in students at their own pace. She is currently a 7th grade ELA educator at Old Quarry Middle School in Lemont, IL.
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Tara Pasiewicz

Language Arts Educator with an emphasis on student engagement, collaboration, and technology!

Friday March 3, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Salon VI

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