Hybrid Details: Impact of New Models in K12

May 20 2021

Hybrid Details: Impact of New Models in K12

3:00 - 4:00pm Eastern Daylight Time



The spectrum of technology use in K-12 has shifted. For some schools this meant the advent of technology to support remote and hybrid learning. For others, the more tech-imbued schools, technology use expanded to support new models of learning.

Join us as we reveal the eight major models of learning and discuss their organizational and technology implications.


  LeiLani Cauthen, CEO & Publisher, Learning Counsel


  Dr. Travis Taylor, Instructional Technology Specialist, Little Rock School District (AR)

  Michael S. Williamson, Ed.S., Manager III, Instructional Technology, DeKalb County School District (GA)

  Dr. Roland Rios, Director of Technology, Ft. Sam Houston ISD (TX)

  Mary Schlegelmilch, MS Ed., Education Advocate, Cisco

Mary Schlegelmilch joined Cisco’s Education team in 2011. Schlegelmilch has extensive knowledge in distance, blended and online learning.  Mary is dedicated to education and implementing technology that will shape the way we teach and learn.  Most recently, the launch of Cisco Connected Educator, a professional development program for educators in the use of collaboration tools in the classroom. 

Schlegelmilch has worked with elementary and secondary students in both rural and urban schools as an early childhood educator and a middle school science teacher. She has experience as an elementary school principal, district administrator, and a post-secondary instructor. She is the Past-President of the Nebraska Distance Learning Association.  Mary’s recent publications include "Digital Media in Teaching and its Added Value" and "The Digital Revolution in Higher Education: How the Internet of Everything is Changing Everything."