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Wednesday, February 28 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
How is the IL Department of Juvenile Justice succeeding at educating extreme youth? Can you do this?

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The Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice educates some of the most challenging students in Illinois within some of the most extreme educational conditions utilizing a Blended Learning approach. They have tripled their graduation rate and changed the lives of thousands of students. Can what they have learned give us a picture of education in the future. Personalized learning with no calendars, grade levels or traditional schools. Every student is special and each youth is valued. Teachers are “Meddlers in the Middle.” The review of a four-year mixed method study revealed some surprising data that is changing the way others think of education. It is changing the education process and making available solutions that will be far more than Learning Management Systems, they will be a complete Educational Management System (EMS) with a new type of teacher. What can education inside walls teach us about teaching without walls in the future?

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John Sonnenberg

1:1 Learning National Operations Manager, Pearson
John Sonnenberg, EdD CETL John Sonnenberg has work in education, business and government for over forty years. He was an innovative teacher, administrator for change in four different districts and the director for eLearning for the Illinois State Board of Education. He led dramatic... Read More →

Wednesday February 28, 2018 2:45pm - 3:45pm CST