5 ways to teach students to be future-ready

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Today’s students face a technology-infused, innovation-filled world in their future. Teaching 4 c's collaboration creativity edtech educational technology future ready job preparation life skillsWe’re already looking at the possibility of widespread smart houses, autonomous cars and artificial intelligence that can talk to us and work on our behalf. Our parents’ and grandparents’ curriculum won’t be sufficient.

Creating Future Ready Schools and Classrooms

Tom Murray

The Future Ready Frame work , a dynamic, research-based support for school leaders, created by Future Ready Schools? Many are also taking advantage of the hundreds of free tools found in the Future Ready Dashboard.

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Digital Learning Theories and Frameworks For Future Ready Classrooms

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Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar ! Technology impacts every aspect of our students’ lives and will continue to play an important role in their lives.

10 ways to help students become “future ready”

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Our students' future is an uncertain one. Here are ways we can help them to be "future ready".Educators The post 10 ways to help students become “future ready” appeared first on Ditch That Textbook. DitchBook Twitter chat Teaching communication future ready global connections job skills workforceTheir workforce will look much different than ours. Educators have a daunting task.

Just Announced: FREE Future Ready Schools Institutes

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As many readers of my blog know, I serve as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools® , a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education , located in Washington, D.C. Check out some of the information from FRS and how YOU can get involved, here: Future Ready Schools® (FRS) has announced a series of eight free regional events to support educators who are planning to implement personalizing learning strategies for their students.

10 ways to help students become “future ready”

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Teaching communication future ready global connections job skills workforceEducators have a daunting task. It’s our job to help students prepare for a workforce that we can’t describe. Today, people have jobs that we couldn’t dream of several years ago. For example … managing social media for companies arranging work-from-home or telecommuting optimizing websites for search engines People all over the world are doing [.].

How Librarians Hold the Key to Future Ready Schools

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Do you see librarians as part of the future? In June, I began working formally with the Alliance for Excellent Education as Lead for Future Ready Librarians. At Future Ready Librarians , we pose two essential questions: How can librarians support Future Ready Schools? How can librarians and libraries become more Future Ready? Courtesy Mark Ray Mark Ray is the Chief Digital Officer for Vancouver Public Schools.

Look Into the Future Ready

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Future Ready SchoolsⓇ (FRS) is a bold effort to maximize digital learning opportunities and help school districts, whether public, private, or charter, move quickly toward preparing students for success. Schools that are Future Ready are those with empowered teachers, courageous leaders, students who take charge of their learning, and the tools available to support personalized approaches that ensure college or career readiness for all students.

Future Ready Schools Launches New Program for School Board Members

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Future Ready Schools® today announced a new program for school board members that will be developed by FRS practitioners in conjunction with the National School Boards Association

Guest Post: From Consumption to Creation: Future Ready Librarians Embrace Micro-credentials

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The Future Ready Librarians ® initiative has already changed the conversation about ways in which teacher librarians lead, teach, and support innovative learning in schools. Now in its fifth year, Future Ready Schools ® (FRS) has grown beyond the more than 3,500 pledges of superintendents to become a national model for educators to collaboratively imagine and lead innovation and change.

How Can Your School Become Future Ready? | #FutureReady #DLDay @All4Ed

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Jeff sits down with Terri fro the Alliance for Excellent Education to talk about Future Ready Schools. Video Future Ready Schools video

Are You Future Ready? via @OfficeofEdTech - A Question Kids Deserve!

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Scroll down to see The Future Ready District Pledge - *You''re Invited to Sign it Today!* I was recently invited to speak in Australia for the Future Schools Expo regarding reimagining physical and virtual learning environments. I couldn''t be more excited as we work together to collaborate with friends such as James Sanders in developing ideas to propel this district into being a Future Ready District. Sign the Pledge - Is Your District Future Ready?

Aligning the 10 building blocks for future ready schools

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One of the themes of my InnEdCO Leadership Academy keynote this year is the idea that there are multiple paths to future ready schools. That said, as I work with educators around the world, I see future-oriented schools playing around with some, or all, of these building blocks: Project- and inquiry-based learning environments.

Future Ready Schools

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Future Ready Schools is a free, bold effort to maximize digital learning opportunities and help school districts move quickly toward preparing students for success in college, a career, and citizenship. Techlearning Resources T&L Live PD Library Future Ready Schools

Future Ready Flexible Classrooms

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One that not every teacher is necessarily ready to take on. classroom furniture flexible learning environment future ready I’ve been meaning to write a post about our path down the flexible learning spaces journey and today coincidentally found myself having to write something on the topic for my LEC PLL course. We are 7 months into piloting “flexible” furniture in seven classrooms from VS, Smith, Paragon and Balt.

Four Lessons from Future Ready Districts

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The Future Ready movement – an initiative spearheaded by the U.S. Earlier this month, Lynn Moody, superintendent at Rowan-Salisbury Schools , joined Scott Smith, chief technology officer at Mooresville Graded School District , and Anthony Jackson, superintendent at Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools, on a panel at the Raleigh summit to share four lessons they’ve learned on their path to become future ready.

3 Strategies to Make Students Future Ready

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Melissa is the League community manager at Digital Promise. You can reach her on Twitter at @melissaged. Highline Public Schools in Highline, WA is a member of the League of Innovative Schools. The League team visited Highline in February, 2015. Here is what they learned

FOUR FREE Future Ready Events this Summer!

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CUE is a coalition partner for the Future Ready Initiative and wanted to make sure all were aware of several outstanding (and FREE!) The post FOUR FREE Future Ready Events this Summer! Learn Administrator Education Technology Future Ready Uncategorizedopportunities for the top-level leaders of districts. JUNE 24: ONLINE We invite you to join us for the annual School Leadership Summit, held online, and this year focused on the pillars of the […].

Empower students to be future ready with these top 5 tools

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Empowerment means you are providing your students with the future-ready skills and experiences they can take with them into the future. Related: 10 things teachers can do today to prepare students for the future. Here are five tools that you can use tomorrow that will not only empower your students, but will also spark their curiosity and interests to be future ready. My favorite 5 tools to develop future-ready skills. Get ready!

Are you a Future Ready Librarian?

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That pioneering work led to Future Ready Librarians , an extension of the national Future Ready Schools initiative at the Alliance for Excellent Education. Despite seeing glasses as half-full, I will acknowledge that not all school librarians are Future Ready.

Parent Engagement in a Future Ready School

Tom Murray

Note: This blog post represents my personal views and not that of my employer, the Alliance for Education, or that of the US Department of Education; the two organizations that are running Future Ready. Parent Engagement in a Future Ready School It’s no secret. This post was originally published by the National PTA, here.

What is the Future Ready Effort?

Tom Murray

Future Ready Schools is a bold new initiative, led by the Alliance for Excellent Education, supported by the US Department of Education, and in partnership with the LEAD Commission and a vast coalition of organizations, working to support school district superintendents and their leadership teams on district-wide transformation.

What is the Future Ready Initiative?

Tom Murray

The Future Ready Schools Initiative is a bold new initiative, led by theAlliance for Excellent Education, supported by theUS Department of Education, and in partnership with the LEAD Commission and a vast coalition of organizations, working to support school district superintendents and their leadership teams on district-wide transformation.

Launching Future Ready Librarians

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The Future Ready Librarians initiative launched at ALA and ISTE this week. The Future Ready Schools (FRS) initiative itself launched at the White House in October 2014. When a superintendent signs the Future Ready Pledge , he or she commits to implementing meaningful changes toward a digital learning transition that supports teachers, and addresses the district’s vision for student learning. How can librarians become more Future Ready?

CUE Provides Input on the Future of Future Ready

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by Mike Lawrence, CUE CEO The Future Ready effort, representing more than 2,000 Superintendents and almost 14 million students nationwide, recently welcomed CUE’s CEO Mike Lawrence, Director of Academic Innovation Jon Corippo, CUE Board Secretary-elect Jason Borgen, and Lead 3 Convener Rowland Baker to Washington DC for a one day meeting at the White House. […]. The post CUE Provides Input on the Future of Future Ready appeared first on OnCUE.

Easy Ways to Get Students Future Ready

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Change is inevitable, and while it’s important to design lessons with an end result in mind, it’s difficult to prepare students for a future that doesn’t exist yet. In the recent edWebinar, “ The Future Ready Challenge: Improve Student Outcomes in 18 Weeks ,” hosted by edWeb.net , Dr. L. Robert Furman, Elementary Principal and author of The Future Ready Challenge, discussed tips to help educators prepare students for an unknown future. “We

Future Ready: A Systemic Plan for Transformation

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Future Ready is a free, bold new effort to maximize digital learning opportunities and help school districts move quickly toward preparing students for success in college, a career, and citizenship. Department of Education are leading the Future Ready effort with the support of the Leading Education by Advancing Digital (LEAD) Commission and a vast coalition of organizations, to implement systemic change throughout our nation by creating schools that are future ready.

Aligning the 10 Building Blocks for Future Ready Schools

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A growing number of schools are recognizing that they must start transitioning their learning environments toward deeper learning, greater student agency, more authentic work, and robust technology infusion. Making those transitions is complex work, however, and many school administrators and teachers aren’t exactly sure how to proceed beyond some vague ideas about doing things differently. P21 Blog

5 steps to building a future-ready K-12 network

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IT Management Sponsored administration future goals help infrastructure investment IT K-12 learning parents school School Administration students teachers teachingAny investment you make in your network infrastructure should be driven by the learning objectives you’ve set.

Librarians at the Forefront of “Future Ready”

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Librarians are at the forefront of helping schools become “future ready.” The Alliance for Excellent Education (the Alliance) launched its Future Ready Schools (FRS) initiative in October 2014 with the aim of leveraging technology and connectivity to personalize and transform learning. She kicked off Season 6 of the Emerging Tech series of webinars on October 19th with a live broadcast from New Canaan High School on the topic of “ Future Ready Librarians.”

Are you a Future Ready Librarian?

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Future Ready Librarians have a variety of top-notch skills and abilities. Mark Ray, speaking both as a librarian and a district leader, shares lessons on empowering Future Ready Librarians. Uncategorized Future Ready Librarian Future Ready Schools Media servicesSee if you possess those skills. Read more at eSchool News.

Konica Minolta Announces Partnership with Future Ready Schools

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Konica Minolta) and its IT services division, All Covered, announces a new partnership with Future Ready Schools® as the sole sponsor of its school board strand Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A.,

Future Ready Schools heralds school librarians as leaders

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New project highlights critical role school librarians play in supporting Future Ready goals. Future Ready Schools (FRS), led by the Alliance for Excellent Education (the Alliance) in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education, announced Future Ready Librarians , an expansion of the FRS initiative aimed at positioning librarians as leaders in the digital transformation of learning. Future Ready schools require new kinds of leadership.

Trending: This style of learning has teachers and students re-imagining Future-Ready

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eClassroom News Featured on eSchool News Future Ready Schools Opinion classroom classrooms Education future implementation learning students teachers teaching technologies Time toolsThe 21 st -century classroom has undergone many changes, from the growing implementation of new tools and technologies, to new ways of thinking about teaching and learning. One of these new mindsets has to do with the how much control students have over their own learning.

Are you future ready?

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The Future Ready Librarians initiative launched at ALA and ISTE this week. The Future Ready Schools (FRS) initiative itself launched at the White House in October 2014. When a superintendent signs the Future Ready Pledge , he or she commits to implementing meaningful changes toward a digital learning transition that supports teachers, and addresses the district’s vision for student learning. How can librarians become more Future Ready?