Event Archives

Archives include webinars and conference presentations. Event topics range from information about NGLC funding opportunities, lessons learned from grant recipients, and other issues related to next generation learning.

 

  • #NGLCchat: Teacher Development for Next Gen Learning

    Where: #NGLCchat Date: February 11, 2015, 7-8:00 pm ET Personalizing Learning Topic:  Teacher development for next gen learning     Featured Guests: Nicole Assisi, Ed. D., CEO, Thrive Public Schools Sajan George, Founder & Chief Executive Officer,...

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  • #NGLCchat: Schedules, Staffing and Space, January 2015

    Speakers: Tom Carroll, President Emeritus, National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future, Helen Griffith, Executive Director, e3 Civic High, Jonathan Hanover, Principal, Roots Elementary, Erin Mote, Co-founder, Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School, Executive Director of InnovateEDU, Jon Reinhard, Principal, West Generation Academy, Ray Schleck, Principal, Match Next

    How can you use the structures of schedules, staffing, and space to support next gen learning? We invite you to join us by following the conversation at #NGLCchat at the scheduled time and tweet your thoughts, share key resources, and interact with those in the field on this...

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  • #NGLCchat: Student Agency, December 2015

    Speakers: Grace Belfiore, researcher and author, lead developer of MyWays project, Dave Lash, researcher and author, lead developer of MyWays project, Andrew Miller, Consultant with Buck Institute and ASCD, Casey Montigney, Teacher at Medill-Shue Middle School, member of the Carnegie Foundation’s Student Agency Improvement Community, Michele Savage, Principal of Medill-Shue Middle School, member of the Carnegie Foundation’s Student Agency Improvement Community

    Archive: View the chat on Storify This chat focuses on four key questions: Define what student agency means. What does it look like? How can blended learning support student agency? How can competency-based learning support student agency? How can project-based...

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  • MVLRI Multiple Viewpoints Podcast: NGLC & Personalized Learning

    Speakers: Sarah Luchs

    The guest for this podcast episode from the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute (MVLRI) is Sarah Luchs of NGLC, Next Generation Learning Challenges. Sarah provides an overview of some of the exciting work that the NGLC Regional Funds for Breakthrough Schools and K-12...

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  • #NGLCchat: Learner Profiles and PLPs

    Chat hashtag: #NGLCchat Date:  August 6, 2015, 7-8 pm ET Topic:  Learner Profiles and PLPs Special Guests: Scott Frauenheim, Principal, and team from CICS West Belden @scott1639 Nicole Assisi, CEO of Thrive Public Schools @DocAssisi Kendra Rickerby, School...

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