Where are Blended & Personalized Learning Heading?
Many conferences offer a chance to talk about the potential of blended learning and personalized learning in theory - but fewer manage to home in on what educators are actually doing--or not--on the ground.
Districts and charters across the country are trailblazing, but to what degree of success? Thought leaders, researchers and policy-makers are generating new ideas, but which ones hold the most promise?
It’s clear we’re making progress, but each of us is innovating at warp speed with little time to reflect and share with each other.
We need a chance to convene, in person, to synthesize what's working for what students in which circumstances, validate frameworks that are having an impact, and learn from each other’s failures.
Save the date for the 5th Annual Blended Learning Conference!
April 1st - 2nd, 2015
This spring, in beautiful Providence RI, the Highlander Institute and the Christensen Institute are hosting the Blended & Personalized Learning Conference.
This event will be the first national convening dedicated to authentically exploring what’s working & what isn’t across blended and personalized learning in k-12.
Director of the Office of Educational Technology for the US Department of Education.
Michael B. Horn
Co-founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute and Executive Director of its education program.
Partner at the Charter School Growth Fund (CSGF)
Take part in an invite only conversation between leaders, practitioners & researchers to design processes for tackling our complex k-12 problems…asking each other the question, "How can tech best extend the power of humans?"
Participate in a sharing out of the best implementation success stories from across the country. District leaders, building leaders, classroom leaders, and student leaders all sharing what’s working for them and how they got to where they are today.