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Thursday, May 12 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Blended Learning Works for Incarcerated Youth (Session V)

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The Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice will report on the effectiveness of the Blended Learning Model on the graduation rates, course completion rates and GED test passage rates. The comprehensive report will include the effects on teachers and youth. Find out why and how Blended Learning works for incarcerated youth.


Evan Pinto

Regional Manager, Online and Blended Learning, Pearson Education
Evan Pinto has worked in education for the past sixteen years as a teacher, administrator and instructional consultant. He has experienced teaching in a brick and mortar setting as well as virtual classroom, experience as an administrator with a public, online charter school; working with districts and schools to implement online and blended learning environments to meet a wide variety of student needs.

John Sonneneberg

Regional Manager, Online and Blended Learning, Pearson Education
John Sonnenberg has worked for over thirty years in education, government and business. As an innovative teacher he pressed for integration of technology into his science and math classrooms. As the director for eLearning for the Illinios State Board of Education the State, he orchestrated dramatic improvements in professional development, technology standards, virtual learning and efforts to empower students with mobile technology.

Thursday May 12, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm

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