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Wednesday, July 16 • 11:45am - 12:50pm
Document Learning at Your School!

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We have a way to measure if students know information but what about measuring students on learning? The needs for alternative forms of assessment are at the tops of every leader's lists and we have a great way to help connect the dots for teachers and students to actually showcase what learning looks like on a daily, weekly, and even monthly bases.  This workshop will focus on practical tips and examples on how you can capture learning as it happens in your class.  Using the tools you have access to, whether it’s audio, video or photography, come learn how to collect evidence of learning in your classroom and how to share it with the world!

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avatar for Elizabeth Ruvalcaba

Elizabeth Ruvalcaba

Filmmaker/Studio Manager, Alas Media
Elizabeth grew up in a multimedia rich environment. Having been a part of the world renown SFETT, a program created by media coach, Marco Torres, she benefited directly from the use of media in the classroom. Alas Media understands the importance of giving students multiple ways to express and evaluate their learning. | Schools and educators have embraced their unique approach to the use of multimedia and storytelling. Programs throughout the... Read More →
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Rosa Ruvalcaba

Filmmaker/Educator, Alas Media
Rosa grew up in a multimedia rich environment. Having been a part of the world renown SFETT, a program created by media coach, Marco Torres, she benefited directly from the use of media in the classroom. Alas Media understands the importance of giving students multiple ways to express and evaluate their learning. | Schools and educators have embraced their unique approach to the use of multimedia and storytelling. Programs throughout the country... Read More →
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Marco Torres

Teacher, Creative Director, Media Coach - ALAS Media, ALAS Media
Marco Antonio Torres taught high school for ten years,  and was the media coach and education technology director for San Fernando High School, one of the nation’s largest urban schools in Los Angeles.  | | In addition to his work in the classroom,  Marco Torres is also a professional filmmaker and photographer who uses these digital storytelling skills to add value to his curriculum. He has been recognized locally and... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 11:45am - 12:50pm
Arlington - 2nd Floor