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Twitter chat: Amplifying student voice in professional learning

March 4 @ 3:00 pm - March 4 @ 4:00 pm

Hosted by Learning Forward with members of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team Conversations about students’ needs are at the center of great schools. But how often do educators listen to students’ perspectives? Join us Wednesday, March 4, at 4:00 P.M. Eastern to talk about how educators can learn from and with students, not just for them. Whether you’re a student, teacher, or administrator, come with your ideas and questions! Follow #StuVoice on Twitter to participate. Add to calendar (iCal/Outlook) | Add to calendar (Google) Share with peers (Sample tweet below)

  • How often should educators listen to students' perspectives? Join @LearningForward and members of @PCStuVoiceTeam 03/04 @ 4:00 p.m. ET for a #StuVoice Twitter Chat to talk about how educators can learn from & with students, not just for them. Learn more: http://ow.ly/kn9t50yunGw [Tweet this.]

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Deadline: Application for scholarships & grants

March 15

The 2020 scholarship and grant applications from the Learning Forward Foundation are available online. Please share these wonderful opportunities with those that could use the Foundation’s support. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2020. Awardees will be announced May 1.

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Deadline: Academy application

March 16

When you join the Academy, your learning journey is no longer a solo experience. Instead, you will spend 2 ½ years working with expert coaches and practitioners from around the world as you construct knowledge, improve your practice, create better learning conditions for your colleagues, and improve results for your students. Last day to apply for Learning Forward’s Academy.

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Deadline: The Learning Professional, August 2020 Article Submissions

May 1

Technology offers promising new avenues for professional learning like video consultation, “bug-in-ear” coaching, personalized professional learning “playlists,” and even virtual reality. But how do we make sure that tech-supported professional learning maintains the necessary focus on quality, that it is collaborative, sustained, job-embedded, and data-driven? How do we ensure that convenience and accessibility don’t overshadow depth and student needs? This issue will explore these questions and others, and highlight successful ways technology is enhancing and improving professional learning. Learn more: https://learningforward.org/the-learning-professional/write-for-us/

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