What does it take to become Future Ready?

Location: Room 212

Listen and learn

[Listen and learn : Panel]

Tuesday, June 27, 2:45–3:45 pm
Location: Room 212

Brianna Hodges   Tom Murray   Craig Thibaudeau  
Presenters will dive into the Future Ready Framework, provide innovative school examples, and share free resources to support educators in their school’s transformation.

Skill level: Beginner
Attendee devices: Devices not needed
Focus: Leadership
Topic: Educational policy and leadership
Grade level: PK-12
ISTE Standards: Administrators : Visionary leadership
Teachers : Engage in professional growth and leadership

Digital tote resources

FRSDashboardOverviewFeb2017.pdf
Description: Information on the Future Ready Dashboard
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FutureReadyOverviewFeb2017.pdf
Description: Information on Future Ready Schools
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http://www.futureready.org
Description: Future Ready Schools Website
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https://dashboard.futurereadyschools.org/framework
Description: The Future Ready Framework
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http://futureready.org/events/
Description: 2017 Future Ready Events (FREE)
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http://tinyurl.com/LearningTransformed
Description: Learning Transformed (ASCD, 2017)
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Proposal summary

Purpose & objective

How can schools and classrooms become learner-centered, personalized, and leverage the power of technology? Future Ready districts and schools across the nation are transforming the learning environment as they empower teachers and students through personalized learning opportunities, innovative learning spaces, community partnerships, while creatively problem-solving some of today’s largest issues. Presenters will dive into the Future Ready Framework, provide examples of schools that are leading the way, and share free tools and resources to support educators in creating schools that better work for kids.

Outline

To ensure as many districts as possible benefit from the free resources and professional learning opportunities provided by the Future Ready initiative, attendees will be encouraged to let district leaders know about this opportunity within their region. By making this commitment, Superintendents and their teams join a powerful network of district leaders with similar goals for planning and implementing digital learning strategies through their system – achieving a more personalized approach to teaching and learning that every child deserves

Supporting research

http://dashboard.futurereadyschools.org/pledge/

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Presenters

Brianna Hodges, Stephenville ISD

Tom Murray, Future Ready Schools / Alliance for Excellent Education

Craig Thibaudeau, International Society for Technology in Education

Technology-charged
learning starts here

San Antonio

June 25-28, 2017

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