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Tuesday, July 12 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Creating Communities of Inquiry (Workshop, 75 min)

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How can Schoology equip teachers to develop deep and meaningful learning in community? This hands-on workshop will explore principles of teaching that can engender a "community of inquiry" amongst students and faculty. Together, we will explore evidence based methods of application for the teacher's individual context. To enjoy the full learning experience, attendees are encouraged to bring their own device (BYOD).

Session Objectives:
- Apply evidence based principles of creating “communities of inquiry” to a personalized context.

Presented by:

Justin Harbin
Assistant Professor, Instructional Designer
Lancaster Bible College
Lancaster, PA

Justin is a third generation teacher who is passionate about becoming the best teacher he can be and equipping others to do the same. After spending six years as a high school history teacher, he and his family moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to teach and assist faculty as an instructional designer at Lancaster Bible College. Justin holds a Masters in Secondary Education from Villanova University and a Bachelor of Science in Comprehensive History Education from Northland International University.

William Illingworth
Systems Administrator, Instructional Technologist
Lancaster Bible College

William is an educator by heart with years of experience in event management, teaching, and computer maintenance. He began his teaching career in the martial arts, becoming an instructor at his master’s school in 2008. With his Bachelor of Science in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Lancaster Bible College completed, he is currently seeking a Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Educational Technology Integration on his way to his Master of Education in Learning, Design, and Technology at Penn State University. He strives to provide excellent training, teaching, and learning experiences for himself and his students in all contexts.

Tuesday July 12, 2016 10:30am - 11:45am EDT
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