Johns Hopkins University, Ohio Department of Education host learning session on high school redesign and remote learning
On Aug. 6 from 1-2:30 p.m., superintendents, chief academic officers and education leaders, especially those who are drafting remote learning plans, are invited to join Johns Hopkins University and the Department for a live, virtual learning session called Using Evidence-Based Strategies to Improve Student Outcomes: Learnings from the Cross-State High School Redesign Collaborative to Inform Remote Learning Plans. During the session, presenters will share evidence-based practices within the Everyone Graduates Center’s Four Levers of High School Redesign. These practices may help shape your district’s remote learning plans in a way that will build student and teacher engagement and success.
For example, one of these levers will address putting students at the center of your restart planning. A positive shift can occur when aligning students’ interests with teachers’ and administrators’ desired outcomes. This section presents what the evidence says about how to produce this change of ideas and practices within schools, as well as how to keep all students on track to school success.
Join the meeting to learn more. This session will be held via Microsoft Teams. Click here to join the meeting or call (614) 721-2972 and use conference ID: 762 089 860# when prompted.
If you have questions about this event, contact Kimberly Bell at (614) 752-1333.