Architecting an Educational Ecosystem
Building a district culture of flexibility and adaptability is essential to creating a successful education ecosystem that is focused on preparing all learners for life and success in the global economy of the 21st century. Join the discussion about Ft. Thomas Independent Schools, with Gene Kirchner, Superintendent, and Ginger Webb, Assistant Superintendent, about its mission, plans for the future and the focus on their learners. FTIS is a high performing district in Ft. Thomas, KY and is in their fifth year of their digital conversion plan. Hear what they have learned, what is working, what was surprising and the new considerations that are evolving as they make their digital leap.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How to create a shared vision and mission around digital teaching and learning within a community and school district leadership?
- What it means and what is involved with taking a holistic approach to architecting a educational ecosystem?
- What unexpected and new considerations are revealed to a district after 5-years of converting to digital teaching and learning?
- Gene Kirchner, Superintendent, Fort Thomas Independent Schools
- Ginger Webb, Assistant Superintendent , FTIS
Christie SIlver, Sr Mktg Mgr, McGraw-Hill School Education
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