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Shaping the Future of Education Research: Digital Promise’s Challenge Map
Tuesday, December 11, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Presented by Babe Liberman, M.Ed., Research Project Manager, Digital Promise
Hosted by Sierra Noakes, M.Ed., Research Project Manager, Digital Promise
Sponsored by Digital Promise
How can education leaders and researchers partner to address the biggest challenges facing schools today?
We know that school districts across the country are tackling the toughest challenges in education, including kindergarten readiness, family engagement, and school redesign. To address these challenges, we need to understand how they are experienced in different settings—from small, rural districts to large, urban districts—and we need to learn from educators and researchers who are working to solve these issues.
In this edWebinar, learn how the Digital Promise Research team collaborated with school districts in the League of Innovative Schools to discover precisely which shared challenges these forward-thinking districts are prioritizing in order to surface promising approaches and bring educators and researchers together around pressing problems of practice. We’ll talk about how school leaders and educators can shape this process, and share how you can apply these ideas at your own school to think through research priorities. Learn how to utilize the Challenge Map, an interactive tool featuring information and resources on 36 specific education challenges.
This recorded session will be of particular benefit to K-12 teachers, librarians, school leaders, and district leaders, as well as researchers.
About the Presenter
Babe Liberman manages the Research@Work project at Digital Promise, which aims to increase the use of research in the design, development, and implementation of education programs and practices. Previously, Babe worked at the Center for Childhood Creativity, the research and advisory division of the Bay Area Discovery Museum, where she managed projects to help schools, libraries, media outlets and toy companies use the latest education and child development research findings to improve their work; and facilitated educational programs for children and families at several museums and cultural institutions. She holds a B.A. from Yale College and an Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
About the Host
At Digital Promise, Sierra Noakes focuses on building districts’ and educators’ capacity to make evidence-based decisions around innovative programs and practices. In addition to conducting and supporting edtech pilot studies in collaboration with districts across the country, Sierra is also working on research projects studying technology integration to support low-resourced K12 students and adult learners. Prior to joining Digital Promise, Sierra was an applied behavior analysis instructor and curriculum coordinator at an autism center in New York. While working on her Master’s in Education Policy and Management from Harvard Graduate School of Education, she also served as project manager and policy analyst for a nonprofit creating hybrid academic and SEL courses for students with Dyslexia and ADHD. Sierra received her B.A. in Government from Claremont McKenna College.
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