Attend this fast paced session to learn about leading and scaling personalized learning. Do you have pockets of innovation that you want to support? Do you have a few teacher trailblazers leading the way for their colleagues? What are trailblazers looking for from building and district leadership? How can you support a growth mindset and culture of innovation from the classroom to the district office? During this session we will examine research and will share our district’s story of supporting a culture of innovation and how to build capacity across a school district. Learn from building principals and a district leader the seven steps they took to support staff, educate their community and redefine learning.
Elizabeth Freeman (@drElizFreeman)
Stefan Ladenburger (@MrLFSD79)
Pam Motsenbocker (@pmots79)
Fremont School District 79
Dr. Elizabeth Freeman is Director of Innovative Learning, Teaching and Technologies at a K-8 district of 2300 students. Dr. Freeman works to align resources in her district to support innovation in the classroom. A frequent presenter at national conferences and an author of articles in education publications, Dr. Freeman shares current research along with anecdotes to inspire session goers to take action on behalf of their students.