For additional registration information, contact:
Center for Digital Education
800.940.6039 ext. 1410
Duration: One hour
Whether you work in K-12 or higher education, student access to digital content, assessments and resources is changing the way we design our learning environments. This generation of students has come to expect their educational experience to be customized to their learning needs, and educators are increasingly realizing that a more personalized learning environment can improve student outcomes.
However, industrial age education institutions weren’t designed to support personalization. IT leaders in partnership with their instructional counterparts must look at not only transforming pedagogy, curriculum and classroom structure, but also building out their infrastructures to accommodate the technologies and tools to support this next evolution in teaching and learning.
Please join the Center for Digital Education and expert panelists for this Special Report webinar where we will discuss:
• What personalization means to K-12 and higher education practitioners
• Case studies and recent research that showcases the impact of personalized learning
• The tools and infrastructure necessary to support personalized learning
• What policies, hurdles and challenges educators face in implementing change
This webinar will be available for on-demand viewing to registered attendees after the event.
Sr Fellow, Center for Digital Education
Former CIO, Albuquerque Public Schools
Greg Wilborn, Personalized Learning Coordinator
Colorado Springs SD 11
Cynthia White, Principal
Cleveland Elementary School
Joanna Antoniou, Technology Coordinator
Lincoln Middle School #4