Rethink K-12 Education Models: AIR Expertise, Resources and Support

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Add to Calendar 2020-06-04 15:00:00 2020-06-04 16:30:00 Rethink K-12 Education Models: AIR Expertise, Resources and Support American Institutes for Research conducted this webinar to support states as they review evidence-based approaches in preparation for submitting their Rethink K-12 Education Models (REM) grant applications.   The recording, PowerPoint, and all shared resources are available below. Absolute Priority #1: Continued Learning Parent Microgrants  Direct links to AIR resources Wyoming Family Engagement State Planning and District Pilot​ Texas Council for Family-School Engagement ​ Statewide Family Engagement Center Program Technical Assistance​ Chicago Public Schools: Community Schools Initiative Evaluation ​ Illinois Quality Afterschool Program Strategies for Equitable Family Engagement   Absolute Priority #2: Statewide Virtual Learning and Course Access Programs Direct links to the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Technology  Future Ready Leadership Characteristics of Future Ready Leadership: A Research Synthesis Personalized Professional Learning for Future Ready Leaders: Full Video Library Obtaining Broadband District-Wide 24/7 Connectivity: Wi-Fi Powered Buses   Absolute Priority #3: Field-Initiated Projects for Educational Models for Remote Learning to Improve Student Outcomes  Direct links to AIR resources Integrating Employability Skills: A Framework for All Educators  An Up-Close Look at Student Centered Math Teaching  AIR Informs Episode #3: Creating a Safe, Supportive Learning Environment at Home Education, Social and Emotional Learning, Health AIR Informs Episode #2: Opportunities for Learning and Development in Out-of-School Time Competency-based education toolkit  Designing Competency-Based Articulation agreements (SEAs and Postsecondary Education Institutions)  Deeper Learning Outcomes   Learning with others: a study exploring the relationship between collaboration, personalization and equity Location Collaboration Site blitke@air.org America/New_York private
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American Institutes for Research conducted this webinar to support states as they review evidence-based approaches in preparation for submitting their Rethink K-12 Education Models (REM) grant applications.  

The recording, PowerPoint, and all shared resources are available below.

Absolute Priority #1: Continued Learning Parent Microgrants 

Direct links to AIR resources

 

Absolute Priority #2: Statewide Virtual Learning and Course Access Programs

Direct links to the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Technology 

 

Absolute Priority #3: Field-Initiated Projects for Educational Models for Remote Learning to Improve Student Outcomes 

Direct links to AIR resources