See the announcement below about a webinar, Scaling Up Twenty-First Century Teaching, to be held on April 10 at 12:00 p.m. This free webinar is sponsored by The Alliance for Excellent Education and Asia Society.
Gail Cope, SME, LINCS Program Management Group
Scaling Up Twenty-First-Century Teaching
Registration Required (see link below)
April 10, 2014
12:00 pm – 1:15 pm EDT
Lisa Clarke, Teacher Ambassador, 2013 Washington Teaching Ambassador Fellow, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
Anthony Jackson, PhD, Vice President for Education and Leadership, Asia Society
Lance Menster, Assistant Superintendent of Professional Support and Development, Houston Independent School District
Vivien Stewart, Senior Advisor, Asia Society
Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education
Please join the Alliance for Excellent Education and Asia Society for a webinar on scaling up twenty-first-century teaching—the focus of the March 2014 meeting of the Global Cities Education Network (GCEN) in Shanghai. Urban systems across the globe face common challenges in developing effective approaches to professional learning for teachers, including practices that develop students’ twenty-first-century skills and global competencies. How can systems build educator capacity to ensure all students attain the high-level competencies essential to succeed in knowledge-based economies, regardless of their cultural or economic background?
Panelists will share insights from the recent GCEN meeting and the International Summit on the Teaching Profession in New Zealand. They will discuss effective approaches to improving the quality and distribution of educators and designing professional learning systems that can transform teaching and spread innovative practices. Bob Wise, president of the Alliance and former governor of West Virginia, will moderate the discussion. Panelists will also address questions submitted by viewers from across the nation.
Support for this webinar comes from the MetLife Foundation.
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If you are unable to watch the webinar live, an archived version will be available at all4ed.org/webinars usually one or two days after the event airs.