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Learning Transformed: 8 Keys to Designing Tomorrow’s Schools, Today

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This is an ISTE Expert Webinar recording from February 7, 2018.

The current speed of technological breakthroughs has led to the coming age of workplace automation, dramatically altering the world of work our students will enter. With all that’s known about how students learn and the predictions regarding the world our students will face tomorrow, a one‑size‑fits‑all approach to teaching and learning is educational malpractice. A redesigned learning experience fundamentally shifts the teaching and learning paradigm to one that’s personal. It alters the use of authentic assessments, how technology is leveraged, the spaces where the learning occurs, the way educators grow professionally, how schools collaborate with the community and the sustainability of the system as a whole. Join us as we dissect this approach to unlocking tomorrow’s schools so that today’s learners leave ready to create new industries, find new cures and solve world problems.

Presented by the ISTE Technology Coordinators Network and Eric Sheninger, author of Learning Transformed: 8 Keys to Designing Tomorrow's Schools, Today .

Authors/Contributors:


Brian Seymour

Bio: Brian is the Director of Instructional Technology for Pickerington Local School District in Ohio. Brian is currently leading Pickerington Schools through 1:1 process. Additional Brian is leading the district through a change in pedagogy to adopt a brand of blended learned termed “Tradigital Learning.” Brian is the 2017 ITIPOhio Outstanding Tech Admin of the Year, also named the Ohio’s Making It Happen Award for 2017. Under Brian's leadership, Pickerington Schools have won awards from the Center for Digital Education (Digital Content and Curriculum Achievement), District Administrator Magazine (District of Distinction), and Future Ready Consortium. Brian was named an Emerging Leader by ASCDOhio in 2017. Brian is currently a leadership member of the ISTE Technology Coordinator, Learning Spaces and Computer Science PLNs. Brian has a bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University, Master’s Degree from Mississippi State (Geosciences) and Ashland University (Educational Leadership) and is currently working on his educational doctorate through The Ohio State University.

 

Eric Sheninger