Uncommon Learning: Creating Schools That Work for Kids

  • Nov 12, 2015
  • Webinar

Schools traditionally have been designed to work well for adults, but the conventional school design hasn’t always served our learners. Students today need to be empowered to take ownership of their learning in relevant and meaningful ways to prepare them for a constantly evolving world.

In this webinar, Eric Sheninger will explore how to cultivate shared ownership, respect, and trust – creating a school learning culture that students value and to which they want to belong in the digital age. Join Eric to hear about a variety of successful strategies and initiatives implemented at schools with a focus on the purposeful integration of technology, a redefinition of learning spaces, personalized learning, and the whole child.

This live, interactive session will help you understand how transform your own school into a place that is aligned with the way students live and learn today. He will field questions from attendees after his presentation. This webinar will benefit all K-12 educators and leaders, including those in higher education.

Thursday, November 12, 2015 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST [Register here]

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