The Alliance for Excellent Education hosts regular Project 24 webinars focusing on the inclusion of digital learning in the strategic planning process for districts. Webinar topics coincide with the Project 24 framework and include: budget and resources; curriculum and instruction; use of time; technology and infrastructure; data and assessment; academic supports; and professional learning. Our Project 24 team of experts share their perspectives and discuss current relevant issues in the successful implementation of digital learning.
Twitter Chat: #NB24chat. January 10.
Join Project 24 Expert Rebecca McLelland-Crawley and our colleagues at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards for a Twitter chat to get you ready to be a connected, digital leader in 2014!
This live discussion with three of the Project 24 team of experts will look at ways to engage and inform parents throughout the transition to a digital learning environment. This webinar will show that something as simple as the school lunch menu can provide some powerful lessons about what works—and what doesn’t. What challenges will districts face as they seek to inform and educate parents about digital literacy and digital citizenship?
Please join the Alliance for a webinar designed to help educators and leaders shift curriculum, and instruction into both a digital age and the age of college- and career-ready standards. For this webinar, the Alliance will use Google Hangout On Air technology.
Making the shift to a digitally rich curriculum that meets today’s higher, college- and career-ready standards is no easy task. Educators are confronted with choices that range from packaged curriculum with integrated assessment and professional development, state-developed warehouses, and teacher-curated and teacher-created “do-it-yourself” options. At the same time, some teachers find that so-called “digital” resources are little more than electronic worksheets. How can leaders ensure quality and at the same time provide students with a personalized, engaging learning experience?
This webinar features insight from successful district leaders on how to avoid pitfalls and disasters when embarking on digital learning efforts. For this webinar, the Alliance will continue to use Google Hangout On Air technology, showcasing one of the many innovative tools that are now available to educators.
Members of the Project 24 panel of experts give insights into the surprises that they have encountered in their own journeys to better utilize data. Stephen Lazar, will talk about how data revealed some surprising facts—and how things are not always what they seem—in his New York high school. Jennifer Barnett will share some surprising facts about the tools she uses to integrate data into digital learning at her project-based school in Alabama. And Gail Pletnick will impart lessons she learned when her district developed its own integrated data system that includes assessment, teaching resources, and professional development.
The Alliance held a webinar to kick off a new school year with a look at some ways to energize district efforts around digital learning. For this webinar, the Alliance used, for the first time, Google Hangouts On Air technology, showcasing one of the many innovative tools that are now available to educators.
The Alliance held a Project 24 webinar dedicated to one of the great debates in digital learning today: What factors should school districts consider when evaluating decisions about bring-your-own-device/technology (also known as BYOD) or district-purchased devices?
The Alliance for Excellent Education held a webinar that addressed the ways in which digital learning and college- and career-ready standards are mutually supportive. Both the wave of new digital tools and strategies and the implementation of new, higher standards provide school districts with a precious opportunity to transform teaching and learning.
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the seventh in its series of webinars for Project 24. This webinar looked at the role of ongoing professional learning for staff that can build the capacity to implement powerful personalized learning environments that prepare all students for college and a career.
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the sixth in its series of webinars for Project 24. This webinar gave insight into the number one question associated with digital learning: how in the world do I pay for this?
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the fifth in its series of webinars for Project 24. This webinar provided examples of how comprehensive, wraparound efforts to support students, families, and communities can contribute to a successful transition to personalized, learner-centered schooling powered by digital learning.
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the fourth in its series of webinars for Project 24. This webinar provided an overview of how increased use of data to inform instructional, programmatic, and policy decisions can help school leaders in transitioning to a digital learning environment.
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the third in its series of webinars for Project 24. This webinar provided an introduction to one of the gears in the Project 24 framework: use of time.
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the second in its series of webinars for Project 24. This webinar provided an introduction to one of the gears in the Project 24 framework: technology and infrastructure.
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the first in its series of webinars for Project 24. This inaugural webinar looked at one of the gears in the Project 24 framework: curriculum and instruction.