Cultivating Teacher Readiness in Next Gen Learning
What is thwarting the successful adoption and scaling of digital learning? Discover why MIT’s Office of Digital Learning and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation’s Academy of Teaching and Learning have joined forces to reimagine and cultivate teacher readiness to advance STEM and support next gen learning. Educators need and deserve new approaches to continuous development and renewal, performance assessment and retention. It’s important to understand why the key to transformation in a rapidly evolving digital learning landscape is teacher engagement and teacher readiness.
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- The ways in which innovations in adaptive learning are being applied and used to improve teacher preparation and professional development.
- How the transformation of learning opportunities and outcomes through innovative learning technologies impacts the K-20 spectrum.
- The reasons why teacher engagement and teacher readiness is the key to success in the evolving digital learning landscape.
- Jessie Woolley-Wilson, President, CEO, & Chairman of the Board, DreamBox Learning
- Sanjay Sarma, Director of Digital Learning, Fred Fort Flowers and Daniel Fort Flowers Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Arthur Levine, President, Woodrow Wilson Foundation
- Liz Willen, Editor in Chief, The Hechinger Institute
Shevaun Brown, Public Rel, Creation