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How New Pedagogies are Driving Large-Scale Transformation of Learning

Organization: Consortium for School Networking
Date: January 15, 2015
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM EASTERN
Registration: Individual registration is required to participate in this webinar.
Description: Join Michael Fullan, plenary speaker for the 2015 CoSN Annual Conference, in a special webinar that addresses “new pedagogies” that can transform school systems on a broad scale to achieve real gains in deeper learning. The new pedagogies are not just instructional strategies – they are powerful models of teaching and learning, enabled and accelerated by increasingly pervasive digital tools and resources and supportive learning environments that unleash students and teachers’ excitement and creativity. Deep learning develops the dispositions that kids need to thrive now and in their futures.  Learn More

Middle Level Conversations: Using Data to Assess and Inform School Change, Tools to Improve Teacher Development

Organization: National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP)
Date: January 21, 2015
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM EASTERN
Registration: Individual registration is required to participate in this webinar.
Description: This webinar will explore tools for using data to assess and inform school change for middle level school leaders that integrates current research, planning strategies, and implementation tools with video interviews and real-world examples of school improvement strategies. This is a free resource for NAESP and NASSP members that includes activities and discussion guides that can help principals work with others in their schools to improve teaching and learning. Learn More

Designing Smart Education Networks: IT Infrastructure that Supports Digital Learning

Organization: Consortium for School Networking
Date: February 15, 2015
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM EASTERN
Registration: Individual registration is required to participate in this webinar.
Description: Advances in technology make it possible for students to experience personalized learning anytime and anywhere. But this can only take place if our school systems have well designed networks that support the increasing demands of student devices and 24/7/365 access and that remain current in the face of rapidly evolving technologies. How do we design education networks that are robust and support personalized learning anytime and anywhere? How do districts ensure that the goals of the network correspond to the goals of student learning? Learn about the newest technological advances and next-level, vendor-neutral resources for building network architectures that can handle and evolve with new demands in education settings. Learn More

Part 2: Professional Development Redesign – Lessons From The Field

Organization: American Association of School Administrators (AASA)
Date: May 13, 2015
Time: 2:00-3:00 PM EASTERN
Registration: Individual registration is required to participate in this webinar.
Description: Learn how trailblazing, Innovative Professional Development (iPD) districts are redesigning their professional development systems to empower educators and increase student achievement. District leaders share their redesign strategies, best practices and lessons learned. Participants learn how the iPD districts are: Rethinking teacher time and providing more time for teacher collaboration, Implementing supportive policies and optimizing resources to increase PD effectiveness, Creating personalized learning systems for teachers, providing more PD options, delivery methods and opportunities for career pathways, Supporting teachers in meeting the instructional shifts demanded by the Common Core State Standards. Learn More