Educator Competencies for Personalized, Learner-Centered Teaching
November 1, 2017 @ 10:15 am – 11:30 am America/Chicago Timezone
Wisconsin Center - 102DE
Wisconsin Center
400 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53203

Session Description
Personalized learning is gaining momentum across the nation, which means the role of teachers and skillsets they need is evolving. To address this need, the Council of Chief State School Officers and Jobs for the Future, in collaboration with the Institute for Personalized Learning and other partners, came together to develop the Educator Competencies for Personalized, Learner-Centered Teaching, which outlines the unique competencies educators need in order to create and thrive in effective personalized learning environments. Join us for a deep-dive into the Educator Competencies and discussion on the implications for practitioners.

Leadership Competencies
Educator Competencies

Pei Pei Ma
Students at the Center

Pei Pei Ma is a director with Students at the Center, a Jobs for the Future initiative that synthesizes and adapts current research on key components of student-centered approaches to learning that leads to deeper learning outcomes. In this role, she provides project management, network building, and concept development and delivery. Prior to joining JFF in 2017, Ms. Ma was the director of School Launch at UP Education Network, in which she developed and managed a process to launch urban turnaround schools and led an operational leadership development program. Ms. Ma has worked as a consultant with MassInsight Education and was the co-founder of the Connecticut Council for Education Reform. Ms. Ma holds a B.A. in education policy from Brown University, and a Ed.M. in education policy and management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.