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Blending Boundaries: Leading Digital Disruption, Innovation & Equitable Learning

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Thursday, April 6 • 11:45 - 12:30
The Karma of Convention Breaking : Why Blended Innovation Is So Important

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Over the past six years, Navigate (NIDES) has developed an array of award winning blended learning programs (K-12), that are challenging the accepted instructional norms, frameworks, roles, experiences and outcomes of learning for students, teachers, parents and administrators. What we have learned as a school community speaks to the very reason why instructional innovation is so important, why it is so difficult, and where it is leading us in a digital era. In this session, we will engage participants in a (hopefully) inspirational discussion around the karma (the heart and soul) of creating new flexible learning environments, ones that change the learning game for all of us.

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Marieke Holtkamp

Vice-Principal, Navigate (NIDES)
Currently Vice-Principal of K-9 programs at Navigate.
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Jeff Stewart

District Principal - Distributed Learning, Navigate (NIDES)
Jeff has worked in education since the mid 1980’s. His teaching career began in a remote fishing village in St. Vincent & the Grenadines and evolved to include work in inner city, rural, First Nations, independent and public schools in British Columbia and Ontario. He has been in the business of educational administration for the past fifteen years in elementary, middle and secondary schools and currently works in the Comox Valley on... Read More →


Thursday April 6, 2017 11:45 - 12:30
Salon E

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