Throughout the pandemic, we were all part of a live virtual experiment on how to make it work, said Dr. Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow. During the Speak Up 2021 Congressional Briefing: Release of the National Research Findings, Dr. Evans, along with a panel of K-12 student voices, discussed findings from this year’s Speak Up Research Project. Focusing on student engagement, student empowerment, and equity in education, they shared key lessons educators learned during the lockdown.
Presented by Dr. Julie A. Evans, Chief Executive Officer, Project Tomorrow; and a panel of K-12 students
Presented by Alex Dreier, Associate Director of Online Learning, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation; and Blake F. Wiggs, Research Scholar, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
Moderated by Dr. Patricia Hilliard, Research Scholar, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
Presented by Alicia Johal, Assistant Director, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking, and Middle School Robotics Teacher, San Diego Jewish Academy (CA); and Jamie Nunez, Bay Area Regional Manager, Common Sense
Moderated by Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Education Manager, Common Sense Education
Presented by Shannon McClintock Miller, District Teacher Librarian and Innovation Director, Van Meter Community School (IA); and Yevgen Borodin, Ph.D., CEO of Capti Voice and Research Professor at Stony Brook University
Moderated by Rita Ferrandino, Innovation Consultant, Catalyst @PennGSE University of Pennsylvania
Presented by Erin Sailor, M.S., Director of Professional Development, Eduscape; and Evelyn Wassel, Ed.D., Senior Learning Leader, Eduscape
Presented by Julie A. Evans, Ed.D. and a panel of K-12 students
During this edWebinar, educators will learn about the student impact of the media challenge from a high school educator and have the opportunity to explore implementation ideas and strategies for teachers to use with students.
In this edWebinar, Doug Fisher will discuss a framework for making daily improvements in engaging your students, highlighting opportunities that offer the greatest benefit in the least amount of time.
In this edWebinar, Patti Drapeau shares practical, evidence-based practices that focus instruction on empowerment and student independance.