Creating a Culture of Innovation

Date of broadcast: Tue, 04/30/19

Digital transformation requires technology, as well as a shift in the learning culture. For digital initiatives to be successful, leadership, professional learning, and community involvement are critical.

Attend this web seminar to learn creative professional learning methods, such as instructional modeling and intra- and inter-school collaborations, that result in seamless tech adoptions. The manager of instructional technology and digital learning for Worcester Public Schools (MA) will discuss how to boost engagement, build trust, and champion innovation among staff.

Topics will include:

  • Using professional workshops to model instructional strategies
  • Engaging students in hands-on, collaborative learning using technology
  • Closing the digital access and skills gap while fostering innovation

Scheduled speaker:

Sarah Kyriazis
Manager of Instructional Technology and Digital Learning
Worcester Public Schools (MA)

Joined by a panel of district leaders:

Robert Walton
Information Technology Officer
Worcester Public Schools

Marie Morse
Manager of Elementary Ed, Innovative Principals Cohort Participant
Worcester Public Schools

Bethany Emery
District Instructional Technology Coach and Innovative Teacher Leadership
Worcester Public Schools

Casey Daigle
Digital Learning Manager
Collaborative for Educational Services

Who will benefit: Administrators interested in digital learning, innovation and digital equity. Anyone may attend.