Diverse Learners Webinar Series Part 2: Accelerated Learners
In Part 2 of our Diverse Learners webinar series, Jin-Soo Huh, Executive Director of Personalized Learning at Distinctive Schools, discusses how to utilize a blended learning program to meet the needs of accelerated learners. Mr. Huh will discuss how a blended program is an effective way to keep accelerated learners engaged and motivated.
Since every student learns differently and at a different pace, leveraging a blended program is key to the success of each student. In a blended model, student’s unique learning styles can be addressed by providing the one-to-one support they need to thrive. Fuel Education has worked with hundreds of schools and districts to implement effective blended learning programs to better meet their students’ diverse and changing needs. Register today to learn more about FuelEd and how blended learning can personalize instruction for accelerated learners from the specialists.
Meet Your Speakers
Executive Director of Personalized Learning
Jin-Soo Huh taught middle and high school math in the D.C. region, New Orleans and Chicago, and served as a teacher leader in implementing one of the nation’s first 1:1 iPad programs. In his current role, he refines personalized learning models and supports educators in implementation. Previously, he did similar work as the Director of Technology at KIPP Chicago and Personalized Learning Manager at Alpha Public Schools. He also advised schools implementing personalized learning as a coach for LEAP Innovations and a mentor for the Fund for Public Education’s Summer Design Program. He is the co-founder and organizer of the Data Whiz community.
Renae Abboud M.Ed.
Director of Educational Solution Services
Renae Abboud leads a team of education specialists responsible for creating innovative and successful online and blended learning programs. She specializes in working with administrators through all stages of a blended learning implementation, including the strategies, design, plan and evaluation stages. Prior to joining Fuel Education, Renae was a classroom teacher in Oregon and Virginia. She holds a BA in Elementary and Early Childhood Education from the University of Portland and a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from the University of Maryland.