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The Future Classroom: What Will It Look Like and How Will It Be Different?

This event occurred on August 23, 2021 3:01 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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A multitude of technologies helped save K-12 education from completely collapsing during the pandemic. But, there is still uncertainty about what teaching and learning will look like in the upcoming school year. As a result, schools will have to be creative about integrating technology to keep students learning safely and in a way that helps them succeed.

Join experts and practitioners in educational technology. They will share best practices for schools to create highly engaging experiences for students and teachers.

Key themes in the discussion will include:

  • Examples of how the mass shift to virtual learning has sparked innovation and flexibility.
  • Considerations for redesigning the classroom to best meet the needs of your students and staff.

Speakers
Dr. Rachel Karchmer-Klein
Associate Professor University of Delaware
Lauren Boulden
Digital Learning Resource Teacher Caesar Rodney School District
Greg Schnagl
Founder TeacherCentricity
Moderator
Dr. Elfreda Massie
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