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Teacher Catlin Tucker to Give Closing Keynote at eLearning Strategies Symposium

May 27, 2015


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Teacher Catlin Tucker to Give Closing Keynote at eLearning Strategies Symposium

 

Today, CUE and the Stanislaus County Office of Education announced that Catlin Tucker will provide the closing keynote for the fourth annual eLearning Strategies Symposium, a conference dedicated to highlighting and exploring effective strategies for online and blended education.

 

Catlin Tucker is a Google Certified Teacher and CUE Lead Learner. A teacher at Windsor High School in Sonoma County, she was named Teacher of the Year in 2010. Catlin’s second book, Creatively Teach the Common Core Literacy Standards with Technology, will be published by Corwin in June 2015. She also writes a monthly column for Educational Leadership about her experiences teaching with technology. In her keynote, “Blending Technology & Tradition to Transform Learning,” Catlin will share how she transformed her low-tech classroom by leveraging both her students’ connectivity at home and the devices they bring into the classroom to create a blended learning model.

 

“We are so pleased that Catlin Tucker is presenting at ESS,” said Sally Savona, Stanislaus Division Director for Technology and Learning Resources. “She has a passion for blended learning, and she brings real world, practical experience to our symposium.”

 

Early Bird registration is now open until October 1st. Just $179, registration includes Friday and Saturday sessions, a keynote/lunch on Friday, and a closing keynote on Saturday. Groups of two or more who are from the same school, district, or organization may register for $165. Hilton Costa Mesa rooms for the symposium are just $133 per night.

 

For more information, visit:  http://elearns.org.

 

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