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Tuesday, October 8 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Scaling Personalized Learning to Achieve Educational Equity - the Journey of Chicago Public Schools

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Chicago Public Schools is a large, urban school district including over 600 schools.  Through testimonials from the Director of Personalized Learning and three elementary teachers, find out how learner-centered practices are implemented in such a large district with a diverse population.  Participants share highlights, measures of success, and the what and why of their work.
- video featuring Errika Baker, Director of Personalized Learning; Katie Martindale, 1st grade teacher, Bridge Elementary; Katie Noonan, 1st grade SPED teacher, Bridge Elementary; Reem Evangelista, 4th grade teacher, Bridge Elementary
- Q & A: Katie Noonan, 1st grade SPED teacher, Bridge Elementary


Presenters
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Katherine Martindale

First Grade Teacher, Chicago Public Schools
Katherine has been educating students for 14 years. She has taught various grade levels and has experience with all types of learners. She received her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education, Childhood Education and Special Education from Mercy College in New York. Katherine... Read More →
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Kathleen Noonan

Special Education Teacher (First Grade), Chicago Public Schools
Kathleen is a National Board Certified Teacher-Exceptional Needs Specialist. She has been a Title 1 public school teacher for 16 years. She has taught various grade levels as a special education and general education teacher and has experience with all types of learners and co-teachers... Read More →


Tuesday October 8, 2019 10:45am - 11:45am CDT
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino Event Center