Personalized learning is the “Absolute Priority 1” of the new Race to the Top—District competition, and the latest Speak Up National Research Project reports that 74 percent of administrators believe that digital content increases student engagement and 50 percent find that it helps to personalize instruction.
Attend this web seminar to learn what the Speak Up National Research Project and Project Tomorrow discovered about what students, teachers, parents and administrators see as the future of personalized learning, how new technologies and digital content are transforming learning in elementary schools, and how these factors affect the decisions administrators need to make today.
Topics will include:
• What elementary school students and parents expect in a personalized learning experience.
• What new technologies administrators believe have the greatest potential for meeting the personalized learning challenge.
• How teachers are responding to the call to personalize education.
• How new technologies are improving teaching and learning through personalization.
Julie Evans, CEO, Project Tomorrow and Chief Researcher, Speak Up National Research Project
Tim Hudson, Director of Curriculum Design, DreamBox Learning
Who will benefit:
Superintendents, K-5 curriculum directors, technology directors, principals and others interested in personalized learning. Anyone may attend.