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Personalizing Learning Environments for Students by Using Blended Instruction featuring Jason Green sponsored by McGraw Hill Education

April 21, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
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Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab (APL)
John's Hopkins Road
Laurel, MD 20723

Jason Green wowed MASSP attendees back in September, but his time was limited.  Thanks to MHE, we have him back for an indepth discussion regarding new instructional models involving blended learning using tools almost every educator in Maryland has at their disposal.  Jason is interesting, engaging, and indeed inspiring.


One of the greatest challenges districts are facing in successfully transitioning to 21st century learning environments is how to effectively achieve buy-in from educators and help teachers and leaders build new instructional skills required for today’s classrooms. Traditional models of professional development are outdated. Deeper work is required to shift mindset and culture. This session will explore key characteristics and strategies of building capacity for sustained 21st century learning environments.



Author and 21C Learning Expert


As a social and education entrepreneur, Jason has dedicated his career to creating positive change in education. A co-founder of LINC (Learning Innovation Catalyst), Jason has supported over 1,000 schools in reimagining and implementing 21st century teaching and learning. Formerly, Jason served on the leadership team of Redbird Advanced Learning (now part of McGraw Hill Education), partnering with Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education to design the Redbird Professional Learning Program, one of the first social, collaborative and gamified PD platforms.


Jason is co-author of the bestselling book, Blending Learning in Action, featured speaker at various personalized and blended learning conferences, and former adjunct professor. Jason is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Morehouse College, holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and an M.S. Ed from University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education.


$80.00 Single ticket for MASSP members

$140.00 Group ticket for two individuals from the same school

$210.00 Group ticket for three individuals from one school

$80.00 Single ticket for individuals from a school where an administrator is an MASSP member

$140.00 Group ticket for two individuals from one school where an administrator is an MASSP member

$210.00 Group ticket for three individuals from one school where an administrator is a member of MASSP