By ECMC Foundation
Schools, organizations and funders are increasingly focused on "redesigning schools" using various innovative practices: Real-World Learning, STEM, Deeper Learning, Personalized Learning, Maker Education, Flipped Learning, and Student Centered Learning, to name a few.
If you are interested in learning more about these practices, be sure to tune into "Defining & Supporting Real World Learning," at this year's Schools that Can 2017 National Forum, on Thursday, May 11th at 10:30 am.
Participating in the session will be Kyle Miller, senior program director at ECMC Foundation, who joins a panel of educators and funders to cut through the different terminology and to discuss commonalities across these instructional approaches.
About the Schools That Can Forum:
The Schools That Can (STC) Forum is an annual conference, focused on a common theme: learning for the real world. The event attracts top urban educators from STC schools, innovative educational organizations, thought leaders, and industry and community partners. The event is scheduled for May 10-11th in Pittsburgh, PA and is open to the public.
Learn more and register to attend.