Webinar Date: April 26,2017
In order to transition schools and districts to blended and personalized learning, we must develop a talented pipeline of educators who understand these approaches and can support leaders with this shift. The Fuse RI Fellowship is currently training 60 educators to be Rhode Island’s next generation of blended and personalized learning coaches, consultants, and leaders.
In this edWebinar, three leaders from the Fellowship present best practices for defining a district’s blended learning vision, identifying priority practices, and coaching early-adopter teachers. Maeve Murray, Julie Mayhew, and Rebecca Willner, share asynchronous resources that you can use to train your own coaches and collaboratively design your own rollout plans.
This recorded event is designed for K-12 educators, coaches, library media specialists, building leaders, and district administrators. Learn how to build blended learning teacher leaders in your district.
Presented by Maeve Murray, Project Manager, Highlander Institute; Julie Mayhew, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, Burrillville Public Schools, RI; and Rebecca Willner, Fuse Fellow and English Teacher, Beacon Charter High School for the Arts, RI