Schools Are Moving Away From Teacher-Centered Classroom
Our schools are moving away from the teacher-centered classroom to designs that focus on student-directed learning. These newly designed learning spaces are focused on the intersection between classroom technology, pedagogy, and design, and each design is unique to the experiences that will take place in the space. Join us as we discuss key elements to consider when planning a redesign.
Meet the Speaker
Ruth Brus is the Executive Director for the M3 Collaborative at MeTEOR Education. Her experience includes over 30 years in curriculum, instruction, and assessment including over 25 years in public school education. In her various positions she provided professional development training, developed curriculum, provided guidance and support for the implementation of state and district initiatives, and led the district with the transition to the new College and Career Readiness Standards. Ruth co-authored the CCR Fluency Pathways, a series of authentic learning experiences for literacy and mathematics designed for a group of instructional leaders and/or teachers, and BrainCamp™, an online virtual tool for schools. In addition, she provides ongoing training and support for teachers, school leadership teams, administrators, and districts across the country as they implement the expected student requirements for College and Career Ready outcomes focused on the standards and assessments.
- Learning Objective: Attendees will be able to apply key factors learned when considering classroom redesign for both today's and future students.
- Field of Study: Management Services
- Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
- Program level: Basic
- Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparations: None
- Recommended CPE Credits 1.0 in Management Services.
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