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In the News: ABLE OC Fellowship

From L-R: ABLE OC Fellows Genny Kahlweiss, Marcus Cabrera, Juliane Hutchison, Beth Thomas, Noah Loungarikis, and Erin Watson, accompanied by Scott Gotreau, Director of Educational Technology at the end of their 2-day summer Boot Camp for the Fellowship in June 2017.


In the spring of 2017, the Diocese of Orange County California launched its Advancing Blended Learning Education Fellowship. Known as ABLE OC, this program adapts Fuse RI’s statewide model by instead matching Fellows with partner schools within the diocese. Bringing ABLE OC to life is the vision of Scott Gotreau, Director of Educational Technology for the Diocese of Orange and point person for the program. Like Fuse, ABLE aims to build a network of personalized learning leaders who support and coach early adopter teachers. Over the past six months, the program has built momentum, and was recently featured in Orange County Catholic newspaper under the headline “Blended Learning: Mixing it Up in the Classroom.”

Please flip through to page 14 of the digital copy of the paper, or check out the PDF version below. If you’re interested in learning more, visit the ABLE Fellowship website.


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Written By: Maeve Murray