The process, practice, and progress of learning remain deeply personal and individualized experiences. We’ve spent the better part of the past 200 years attempting to systematize education and, despite our good intentions, 2020 helped us clearly see that while each day brings a multitude of uncertainties,
Future Ready leaders are leaning into these opportunities, leading necessary changes to address inequities, and learning through uncertainty.
We’ve never experienced shifts in teaching and learning quite like those happening now.
Hear from the nation’s top instructional leaders as they share their expertise, advice, and experience reimagining teaching and learning to better suit today’s learners with tomorrow’s techniques to become our future’s greatest assets.
Together, we’ll reimagine possibilities, renew communities, and reinvigorate pedagogical practices.
Together, we’re better. Together, we’re Future Ready.
Developing Disciplined Learners
High school principal Dennis M. Williams, Jr. discusses the importance of viewing discipline not as a punishment, but as a focused intention for learning. He shares the litmus he and his faculty are using to evaluate instructional efforts and the impact that mindset has on student engagement and learning outcomes.