Using Online Learning Tools to Prepare America’s Students for Success

April 16, 2014

 

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 1:00am

Recently we had the opportunity to sit down with Julie Evans, Chief Executive Officer of Project Tomorrow, a national education non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that today’s students are well-prepared to be tomorrow’s innovators, leaders, and engaged citizens of the world.   One of the primary ways in which Project Tomorrow seeks to meet its mission is in understanding the ways in which digital learning—via online learning, mobile learning, and digital content—can change the learning experiences open to American students and prepare them to meet the needs of future employers.  In this conversation with Ms. Evans, she discusses how superintendents and teachers should look to a student-driven vision of the 21st Century Classroom using digital learning tools to foster collaboration, open access, and enriched learning, in order to personalize learning and best meet student achievement goals.

Click on the video below to listen to Julie’s thoughts on this topic and several other key issues related to online learning and STEM education.

 

 

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