October 13, 2015
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Join a growing number of Wisconsin schools and districts in using CERCA, a research-based approach to personalizing learning across subjects and preparing students in grades 4-12 for success on state assessments. We will provide a breakfast briefing on the research behind the award-winning ThinkCERCA software, models of successful blended learning implementations, and results in controlled efficacy studies.
This two-hour breakfast briefing for school administrators will be led by Eileen Murphy, author of 360 Degrees of Text (NCTE, 2012). A certificate of completion will be available.
Breakfast and coffee will be served. Please bring a device for a hands on experience. Free parking is available at 749 N. 16th Street (across from the Alumni Memorial Union).