BRIEFING: Future of the Profession: A New Learning Ecology for Teachers and Students
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Alliance for Excellent Education and Center for Teaching Quality
With support from
Joseph A. Aguerrebere, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
Jennifer Barnett, Technology Integration Specialist, Winterboro High School (Alpine, AL)
Barnett Berry, Founder and President, Center for Teaching Quality
Karen Cator, Director of the Office of Education Technology, U.S. Department of Education
Antonia Cortese, Secretary-Treasurer, American Federation of Teachers
Segun Eubanks, Director of Teacher Quality, National Education Association
Michael Horn, Executive Director of Education, Innosight Institute
Carrie Kamm, Mentor-Resident Coach, Academy for Urban School Leadership (Chicago, IL)
Jose Vilson, Math Coach and Educator, Inwood IS 52 (New York, NY)
Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education
Audio, video, and materials from the event available below ...
On September 17, the Alliance for Excellent Education and the Center for Teaching Quality cohosted an event to discuss the emerging realities facing the nation—the funding crisis, the teacher shortage, and new technologies—that will reshape learning environments and expectations for the teaching profession. This event featured presentations on how school structures can capitalize on the transformative power of technology, the implications for creating a student-centered profession, and the federal and state policies that can support a new learning ecology for students and teachers. To read a summary of the event, click here.
Speaker Biographies PDF
“Teaching 2030: Creating a Student-Centered Profession,” a CTQ PPT by B. Berry, J. Barnett, C. Kamm, and J. Vilson PDF
“Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns,” an Innosight PPT by M. Horn PDF
The Online Learning Imperative: A Solution to Three Looming Crises in Education, an Alliance policy brief
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