Education Week

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Education Week is a trusted source of K-12 education news and information. Their website provides a wide range of articles and resources on topics such as leadership, policy and politics, teaching and learning, technology, and more. They aim to inform educators, policymakers, and stakeholders about the latest developments and trends in education to support better decision-making and improve the quality of education for students.

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Portrait of a Graduate: A Decade of Transforming Education
School districts and state systems nationwide have crafted Portraits of a Graduate, which outline the skills and competencies necessary for success in work, higher education, community involvement, and personal development.With a decade of success spearheading this movement, Battelle for Kids is the leader in helping communities define their vision of student success through Portrait of a Graduate.This webinar delves into BFK’s upcoming report, The Future of Portrait of a Graduate, and will:Explore the value of developing a Portrait of a Graduate.Analyze the durable skills emphasized by communities.Discuss the results communities have seen when they translate those visions into tangible initiatives.Explain how your school district or system can empower your students to meet the expectations and challenges of a complex, changing world.Join us and ensure your students are future-ready!Guest Speakers:Bob Nelson, Ed.D., Superintendent, Fresno Unified School District, CACatherine Truitt, State Superintendent, North Carolina Department of Public InstructionColon Lewis, Ed.D., Chief Learning Officer, Battelle for KidsModerator:Mike Duncan, Ed.D., President and CEO, Battelle for Kids
6/11/2024 6:00 PM

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Artificial Intelligence in Practice: Building a Roadmap for AI Use in Schools
ChatGPT has been part of the public consciousness for only a little more than a year. But in some places, it is already transforming students’ writing experiences, helping teachers create lesson plans and quizzes more efficiently, and prompting educators’ to rethink what skills students will need for future jobs. Elsewhere—and sometimes as close by as the classroom down the hall—educators are banning the tool outright or asking students to complete assignments in paper and pencil to avoid cheating. And in some cases, it is unclear what district leaders want. More than three-quarters—79 percent—of educators say their districts still do not have clear policies on the use of artificial intelligence tools, according to an EdWeek Research Center survey of 924 educators conducted in November and December. This webinar will explore those questions, offering practical tips from educators and experts on how to approach this rapidly evolving technology while remaining mindful of core principles such as student privacy and academic honesty.
4/2/2024 6:00 PM