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Tuesday, July 12 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
One Hour for Schoology Training - Help! (Workshop, 75 min)

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How many people have been in the situation where your administrator says, “Hey we have some time - can you spend an hour with the instructors on that new Schoology program we have?” Sometimes this happens when first starting to use the system; other times it happens after the system has been in place for a while. Learn the tried-and-true way to deliver Schoology training to your staff with a minimal amount of time. We will discuss training tips and tricks in face-to-face, remote, and online self-paced training situations. Sample materials will be provided, and participants should come prepared to develop a continuing education plan for Schoology.

Session Objectives:
1) Develop an effective one-hour Schoology training.
2) Discover best practices for delivering any Schoology training.
3) Create hands-on activities and checks for understanding to complement any Schoology training session.
4) Develop a plan for continuing education around the Schoology platform.


Presented by:
Lisa Rudge
Director of Professional Development
Schoology
New York, NY

In her role as the Director of Professional Development at Schoology, Lisa manages a team of trainers and professional development specialists, as well as the documentation and instructional design teams, and has worked on multiple initiatives to ensure clients are highly knowledgeable and self-sufficient on the Schoology platform. Additionally, Lisa consults with organizations to plan and execute their Professional Development strategies. Prior to her time at Schoology, Lisa managed and directed multiple Implementation and Training departments over 14 years years in the field. Lisa has extensive experience conducting a variety of trainings and professional development sessions for various roles within an organization, and in consulting with districts on best practices for tracking standards and implementing standards-based grading. Before her time in Professional Development, Lisa was a High School Math and Business Teacher in the state of Michigan. Lisa has a BA in Mathematics and Business Administration from Adrian College in Michigan.

Julianne Treadwell
Instructional Designer
Schoology

As an Instructional Designer at Schoology, Julianne applies the principles of adult learning theories and methodologies to developing web-based training programs in support of Schoology users. She is fluent in Spanish and assists with international and translation projects across various departments, as well. Julianne has been with Schoology almost from the start, beginning as a Support Analyst before moving to Quality Assurance, Implementation, and finally the Instructional Design team. She enjoys drawing on the user stories she’s gathered during her four years with Schoology so that participants in her courses can see how the lessons she's teaching will be useful in their day-to-day application of Schoology.



















Tuesday July 12, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Glimmer 6/7

Attendees (60)