Fostering Self-Regulation Skills and Personalized Learning in an Elementary Setting
Listen and learn : Lecture
Alberto Herraez Velazquez Mario Herraez Velazquez
Learn how to design and apply a blended-learning environment based on personalized students' playlists to foster self-regulation skills.
|Audience:||Teachers, Teacher education/higher ed faculty|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Subject area:||Language arts, Science|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Attendees will learn how to design and implement a blended learning approach designed to foster the self-regulation and decision-making skills of their students.
Attendees will learn how to individualize the learning of their students by using personalized playlists that meet students' needs.
Attendees will learn how to design different blended learning activities that will fill their students' playlists using tools such as:
Flipgrid, Stream, Forms, Minecraft, Teams, OneNote, Sway, PowerPoint recorder, Wakelet, Nearpod and more.
Attendees will learn how to spark self-regulation in their classes using different strategies such as weekly goals, self-evaluation, and peer-evaluation.
Attendees will also learn how to transform their classroom into a 21st-century classroom space by creating working spaces (flexible seating)
5 mins: Opening and introduction. Presenters background and why this is important for the session and the topic.
15 mins: Background and importance of personalized learning. Lack of self-regulation skills in the 21st century, student centered approach.
15 mins: Explanation of our model . How and why we designed it in that way.
15 mins: Tools that we use to design the activities that are in the students' playlist. Share examples and tutorials.
5 mins: Resources will be shared with the attendees for them to start their own self-regulation program that fits their students and community needs.
5 mins: Questions and concerns.
Alberto was born and raised in Salamanca, Spain and came to Utah several years ago on a scholarship to teach. He graduated from the University of Valladolid with a Bachelors in Education and attended the University of Utah where he graduated with a Masters in Education. Currently, Alberto is teaching 6th grade at Canyon Creek Elementary School in Farmington where his students are part of the Spanish/English Immersion program. Mr. Herraez is a Microsoft Master Trainer and trains teachers within his district and around the world. He has presented in many conferences such as TCEA, NCCE, UCET and many local and national events.
Mario was born and raised in Salamanca, Spain and came to Utah several years ago on a scholarship to teach. He graduated from the University of Valladolid with a Bachelors in Education. After coming to Utah and starting his teaching career, Mario attended the University of Utah where he graduated with a Masters in Education. Currently, Mario is teaching 6th grade at Canyon Creek Elementary School in Farmington where his students are part of the Spanish/English Immersion program. Mario is a heavy user of technology, and he enjoys sharing his passion with the students at Canyon Creek Elementary.