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June 18, 2013

The Future of Personalized Learning

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The Future of Personalized Learning
Attend this webinar to learn about the continuing evolution of personalized learning. Discover how technology can be used to deliver truly individualized instruction and to support and reinforce the efforts of increasingly overextended educators.

Each year, Project Tomorrow®, a national education nonprofit organization, facilitates a national research effort tracking the growing student, educator, and parent interest in digital learning, and how our nation’s schools and districts are addressing that interest with innovative ways to use technology in and out of the classroom.

This webinar will highlight key findings from Project Tomorrow’s most recent Speak Up National Research Project, including insights into the future of personalized learning; how new technologies and digital content are transforming learning in elementary schools, expectations from students, parents and teachers; and how these factors affect the decisions and plans administrators must make today.

Guest:

Julie Evans, CEO, Project Tomorrow, and chief researcher, Speak Up National Research Project

This webinar will be moderated by Tim Hudson, sr. director of curriculum design, DreamBox Learning.

Register now for this free live webinar.

Webinar Date: Thursday, June 20, 2 to 3 p.m. ET

Can’t attend? All Education Week webinars are archived and accessible “on demand” for up to four months after the original live-streaming date.


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