Tuesday, October 14, 2014

The @BlackboardK12 BITS Learning Sessions #7 #BbK12Live

I've partnered with BlackboardK12 to share out the awesome sessions they are having this Fall. Educators can sign up to attend and share with other great educators what they have learned. I'll feature the session and the description on my blog each week and on my Twitter account. If you have questions, feel free to shoot a tweet to @BlackboardK12. Have fun learning and sharing!

Lunch & Learn: Kick it Up a Notch! Badges & Personalized Learning

Do you want to increase student engagement and achievement in your blended or online learning K-12 classroom?  Are you looking for ways to spice up your Blackboard class?  Learn how to kick it up a notch with badges and personalized learning.  This session will focus on the use of Achievements and Adaptive Release in your Blackboard Learn class.

Katie Gallagher - Senior Product Marketing Manager

Katie Gallagher is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Blackboard's teaching and learning products (Learn, Moodlerooms, ANGEL, xpLor, & Collaborate) for K-12. She has served as an instructional designer, teacher, and lead teacher in K-12 blended and online programs for seventeen years at Cathedral High School, Indiana Online Academy, and Johns Hopkins University CTY Distance education program. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame and earned her MS in Educational Technology at Indiana University. Katie was honored with a Golden Apple Award in 2007. Before moving to product marketing, Katie served as a Senior Solutions Engineer for Blackboard Learn K-12 as was the K-12 SE of the year at Blackboard in 2009 and 2011.

Twitter: @1katiegallagher

When: 12:00 PM EST Friday October 17, 2014

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Don't forget to check out the Blackboard Live App. It has all of the sessions you might have missed and much much more.

Here is the playlist where you can watch this recorded session and other sessions you might have missed.

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