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KGBSD Spring Technology Conference has ended
Tuesday, June 10 • 12:45pm - 3:30pm
Mystery Lesson, Real-Time Real-World Engaged Learning FILLING

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The Association of Alaska School Boards’ Consortium for Digital Learning has partnered with Trillium Learning through the America Bridge Project to offer innovative learning opportunities for Alaska schools. America Bridge projects integrate multiple disciplines and are designed to develop real-world workforce readiness skills throughout grades K-12. Student teams interact with high level professionals from more than 20 private, governmental and educational organizations worldwide to conduct joint, collaborative research activities through project-based learning. Using state-of-the-art equipment and software, students collect and help analyze data that is evaluated and utilized by partnership mentors. Each project is designed to incorporate real-time, real-world dynamic content into the curriculum, for synchronous and asynchronous blended learning delivery. Projects reviewed include NASA Aviation Safety, GIS - Aerial Mapping with the UAV, Kodiak Launch Complex, Earthquake Forecasting, Tsunami Marine Debris Monitoring and Whale Tracking Behavior and Ecology.

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Ron Fortunato

President, Trillium Learning
Ron Fortunato
US McAuliffe Educator; NASA Space Ambassador; and President, Trillium Learning Ron Fortunato is a pioneer and innovator in the development and implementation of educational technology. He is one of the original five Christa McAuliffe Educators in the USA selected by... Read More →


Tuesday June 10, 2014 12:45pm - 3:30pm
Kayhi Room 232

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