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Friday, March 16 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Personalized Potatoes vs Traditional Tomatoes

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This session will employ an interactive role play model in order to define attributes of personalized learning environments. Attendees of this session will leave knowing the differences and benefits of personalized learning approaches (potatoes) versus traditional, one-size fits all models of instruction (tomatoes).
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avatar for Estela Gomez

Estela Gomez

Assistant Principal, Romoland School District
14th year in education. Has taught everything from 1st -6th grade and currently Assistant Principal of Harvest Valley Elementary. Received Bachelors and Bilingual Credential from University of California Riverside. Passionate educator who strives personalize instruction with the... Read More →
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Greg Moon

Instructional Coach, Romoland School District
Greg is currently in his fourth year as an Instructional Coach for the Romoland School District where he coaches primarily around educational technology topics, including as a Google for Education Certified Trainer. Prior to this assignment, he spent 22 years in the classroom, primarily... Read More →
avatar for Sonal Patel

Sonal Patel

Digital Learning Coordinator, SBCSS
Sonal Patel is the Digital Learning Innovation Coordinator at San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. She supports teachers, coaches, and administrators in active professional learning grounded in solid pedagogy regarding topics that include UDL, blended and personalized... Read More →


Friday March 16, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am PDT
San Jacinto, Renaissance Hotel