Annual Conference for Middle Level Education

Nashville, TN • November 7–9, 2019

David Hayward

David Hayward has spent more than 25 years sharing his passion for education and technology, inspiring educators to integrate educational pedagogy with technology tools. Currently, he spends his days working as an instructional technology coordinator of junior high schools in Pickerington Local Schools where he is part of a team that recently received ISTE’s 2018 Distinguished District Award for their work implementing the largest 1:1 Blended Learning initiative in Ohio. In addition to his work with Pickerington, he is a proud faculty member of AMLE’s Leadership Institute. David has presented at numerous conferences throughout the years and was honored to be a keynote speaker at AMLE2015.

Featured Sessions

Friday - November 8, 2019
Effective Instructional Strategies + Technology = Student Success
Strand - High Impact Classroom Strategies

When teachers combine proven instructional strategies with effective digital tools, students have the greatest opportunity to succeed. This session will use the SAMR framework as an assessment tool, identify highly effective instructional strategies, and apply both when choosing the appropriate digital tool. Participants will be presented examples of this process and take time to work collaboratively to design a lesson and share their choice of digital tool based on the instructional outcomes and strategies they identify.

Friday - November 8, 2019
Blended Learning in Your Classroom
Strand - High Impact Classroom Strategies

Co-presenter: Stephanie Howell
Come spend the session with us as we explore Pickerington Local Schools version of blended learning and how we have implemented it throughout our K-12 district. This session will model how we have implemented blended learning throughout our classrooms and our professional development sessions. Participants will view, share and experience activities they can use moving from theory into practice, providing everyone the why and how of implementing blended learning strategies in their classrooms.