Learning Supercharged: Lessons Learned from Practitioners, Learners, and More
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
with Lynne Schrum and Sandi Sumerfield

In conducting interviews, observations, and discussions, we were able to discover the potential and impact of technology in promoting active, curious, and creative participants. We saw ways that educators supported learning in a single classroom and also identified structures and support that school leaders implemented to foster new ways of teaching and learning in a single school or throughout a district. We investigated ways in which out-of-school institutions (museums, non-profit organizations, and others) changed their traditional efforts and invited communities into their spaces, or collaborated with schools to develop joint projects. Further, we found innovated systems that communities have implemented to mitigate the disparity between their learners and citizens, in order to provide access to resources to everyone, regardless of socioeconomics. This webinar brings authentic school and community based examples from the United States and around the globe of inspiring educators, creative innovations, informal community engagement, and emerging trends that support all our 21st century learners.

Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/971010474

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