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2017 CANeLearn Symposium & BC Digital Learning Conference
  • April 5 – 7, 2017 — Vancouver, British Columbia
Blending Boundaries: Leading Digital Disruption, Innovation & Equitable Learning

Thursday/Friday Main Symposium (registration required to attend)
  • Daily parking only $15 at the Bayshore Hotel!
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Thursday, April 6 • 15:45 - 16:30
Using Curriculum to Drive Assessment (or if you prefer) Curriculum Mapping and Assessment

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Teachers and Administrators have so much to do in their day that sometimes making those connections back to curriculum seems overwhelming.  How can we use curriculum mapping to drive instruction and assessment in classrooms, whether in a face to face, blended or online learning environment? Teachers who develop curriculum maps learn what and when to assess and the importance of being explicit in their instruction. Let's talk about the process and the impact that it can have on student learning. Curriculum mapping provides a clear path to student assessment and instruction and gives everyone permission to know when to stop.  Join our conversation to learn more.


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Terri Reid

Learning Services Coordinator, Black Gold Regional Division No. 18
Terri Reid ​​is the Learning Services Coordinator with Black Gold and is also the Vice-Chair of the Canadian eLearning Network's Board of Directors (http://canelearn.net). Terri is a creative visionary leader who motivates people to turn big ideas into reality. She has extensive experience in curriculum development, online and blended learning.​ @ter_reid​


Thursday April 6, 2017 15:45 - 16:30
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