NNU K-12 In-District workshop: H.A.C.K

Available In-District Workshop

H.A.C.K. Model of Innovative Instruction

The H.A.C.K. Model of Innovative Instruction is a systematic approach for teachers to integrate technology into their teaching practices. H.A.C.K. is designed to move a classroom from a highly structured environment to more student-centered instruction where students take ownership and personalize their learning. Formed around Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy and Webb's Depth of Knowledge, the H.A.C.K. Model is a logical methodology to innovative practices that move student learning from a foundational level of knowledge to a more sophisticated understanding where students consistently analyze, evaluate, and create information. H.A.C.K. Model workshops are designed to inspire and equip educators with a dynamic toolkit to blend, flip, and personalize instruction using innovative practices. These workshops will not only change instruction, but also the culture of the classroom where students consistently analyze, evaluate, and create information.
Amy Ackley
Amy is a 15-year professional educator with her M. Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction, & Innovation. Amy successfully transformed her classroom to an innovative environment, integrating effective instruction with blended and personalized learning. She is co-author of the DOCEO Framework & H.A.C.K. Model of Innovative Instruction. Now working with the NNU Doceō Center, Amy provides professional development implementing innovation instruction in districts, schools, and classrooms.

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