September 28, 2018
2:00 pm – 2:45 pm EDT YouTube Live
Future Ready Schools® Invites You to Participate in a Webinar
I’m Charged: How to Become a Student-Centered Learning Ambassador
Mark D. Benigni, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools, Meriden Public Schools (CT) (@mpsbenigni)
Barbara A. Haeffner, Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology, Meriden Public Schools (CT) (@bhaeffner)
Lianne Gerety, Grade 6 Writing Teacher, Meriden Public Schools (CT)
Tom Murray, Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools®, Alliance for Excellent Education (@thomascmurray )
Please join Future Ready Schools® (FRS) for a webinar that is part of its Leadership Hub, a one-stop-shop of professional learning opportunities for school leaders.
Meriden Public Schools is engaged in a digital transformation that supports student-centered learning by supporting personalized professional learning for their teachers. The district developed an “I’m Charged” initiative that recognizes teachers who meaningfully integrate technology into the classroom as evidenced by its eleven I’m Charged! Initiative Criteria.
In this webinar, representatives from Meriden School District will share how they are using the initiative to support personalized professional learning for teachers while also leading a digital transition to meaningfully integrate technology into the classroom.
The panelists will discuss why they adopted the “I’m Charged” initiative and describe how other interested school districts could do the same. They will also discuss why teachers should want to take on this responsibility and how they can support their colleagues. They will also describe what it means to be in an “I’m Charged” classroom. Spoiler alert: It’s awesome! Click here for examples.
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