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By any standard, the Buckeye Union High School District is impressive – particularly in terms of technology. They are perennial winners of the Learning Counsel’s EduJedi Awards and are renowned nationally for their progressive use of technology as a driver in student success.
In this educator session on hybrid learning, you’ll see how they became a powerhouse in student learning as they chart their course from a modest start 10 years ago to nationally recognized district leadership during the darkest days of the pandemic..
Many of the changes we see during the pandemic are real, and many will be permanent. Trends that have accelerated during the past 10 months will continue, and what we think of as the “Good Old Days” in education may never come again. Instead of thinking of this as the new normal, we may do well to understand that the pandemic has unleashed changes in public education that were necessary, and many of the changes we are witnessing are a response to market pressures that predated the Coronavirus by 10 years or more.
You’ll hear how many of America’s most successful districts are able to provide technology seamlessly, easily and safely to their end users, and how you can simplify the process in your own school or district.
Learn how Teams evolved in the district, how the district leveraged playlists for ease of use, and how streamlining their technology allowed Fulton County to create the perfect blend of tech to serve their students, teachers and parents for enhanced learning and teaching.
The future of education is an ever-changing landscape as it evolves to meet the demands of administrators, educators, students and families. Whether in response to a global crisis or off-site support for hands-on learning opportunities, schools must deliver the learning experience regardless of locale.
With constant changes to learning schedules and the risk of staff needing to quarantine, administrators have constantly changing priorities. Setting up the core priorities for digital learning may need to involve district-wide operations so that remote teachers and learners have better navigation. How systems and learning networks are getting reconstructed as the primary delivery mechanism so that the human interface is elevated and tech issues minimized is a concern for education leaders. During this upcoming webinar, we will delve into the priorities districts now have with regard to virtual and hybrid learning support.
In these uncertain times, one thing is certain: learning for K-12 students must continue. The question on everyone’s mind though, is how? Join us for a panel-style webinar where we will hear from district leaders as they discuss how their districts have maintained learning continuity, accounted for access issues, enabled district staff, and supported equity in learning for all students.
Learning Counsel is a research institute and news media hub with 310,000+ readers that provides context for schools in digital transition from a deep understanding of tech user experience, systems, and organization. Our mission-based organization was the first to develop a thesis of education’s future based on technology’s evolution -- and start helping schools advance systematically. Our EduJedi Leadership Society is a membership organization created for community amongst educators with change management professional development. Our Learning Groups on important tech topics and digital curriculum standards convene inside our social media site, Knowstory.