Leading Blended and Digital Learning: Creating a Culture Starts with Principals

Leading Blended and Digital Learning: Creating a Culture Starts with Principals

Date

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Time

2:00-2:30pm EST

Panelists
Thomas C. Murray
, Director of Innovation, Future Ready Schools, Alliance for Excellent Education
Lynn T. Ochs, Senior Learning Designer, Mayerson Academy, Ohio Blended Learning Network
Stacey Wang, Director of Personalized Learning,Oakland Unified School District (CA)

The shift to Future Ready Schools (FRS) with blended and digital learning is dramatically changing the role of the school leader and requires focused attention on the critical importance of school culture in a successful transition. This webinar, presented by FRS and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, will address key strategies implemented by leading principals to build a dynamic school culture that supports student-centered, personalized learning enabled by digital tools. This webinar is part of the FRS leadership Hub, a one-stop-shop of professional learning opportunities for school leaders.

Stacey Wang, representing Oakland Unified School District (CA), and Lynn Ochs, representing Ohio Blended Learning Network, are recent facilitators of the Friday Institute’s Leadership in Blended and Digital Learning program, where they facilitated local cohorts that were part of a national cohort of school leaders that implemented blended and digital learning in their schools.

Join FRS for this engaging conversation on leadership, school culture, and the transition to digital learning. Panelists will address questions submitted by viewers from across the nation.

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