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The Future Ready Challenge: Improve Student Outcomes in 18 Weeks
Monday April 10, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Dr. L. Robert Furman, Elementary Principal and Author of The Future Ready Challenge
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Education is the wild west of the 21st century and we could not choose a more exciting time to be in education. In this presentation, Dr. L. Robert Furman, Elementary Principal and Author of The Future Ready Challenge, discusses various ways to look at changes in your classroom or school and the necessary skills needed in the Age of the Digital Revolution. The Challenge is set for 18 weeks with each week being a new challenge to help you create meaningful change for your classroom or school and your students so they may be prepared for their unknown future.
What does it mean to you to be future ready? How do you get prepared for a future that is more unknown than in any time in history? Explore how to prepare our students for their futures. This recored edWebinar is designed for building and district administrators as well as teachers. Please join us if you have a passion for change and an understanding that we need to change education to help our students for their tomorrow.
About the Presenter
Dr. L. Robert Furman is an elementary principal, best-selling author, and national keynote speaker. He is also a Huffington Post Edu blogger and 20 to Watch honoree. His latest book is The Future Ready Challenge: Improve Student Outcomes in 18 Weeks. Find Dr. Furman online at his website, his blog, and on Twitter @drfurman.
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