Learning Strategies

​Tool: A How-to Video Library From the U.S. Office of Educational Technology

Oct 28, 2017

​Tool: A How-to Video Library From the U.S. Office of Educational Technology

How about a video plan to help incorporate digital learning into your schools? This series of 50 short videos help schools and districts see how it looks to implement various parts of a personalized learning strategy into their systems. In support of the Future Ready Schools Initiative, where superintendents across the country pledge to actively work toward widespread, equitable digital learning, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology created the Future Ready Leader project.

As part of the project, eight model schools were chosen to highlight four research-based focus areas believed to be necessary for an effective transition to digital learning. These are:

  • Collaborative leadership
  • Personalized student learning
  • Robust infrastructure
  • Personalized professional learning

The 50 videos showcase subjects such as equity, community and parent involvement, partnerships, governance and funding. A brief survey identifies a district’s needs and results in a customized video playlist and relevant research. 

Learning Strategies

​Tool: A How-to Video Library From the U.S. Office of Educational Technology

Oct 28, 2017

​Tool: A How-to Video Library From the U.S. Office of Educational Technology

How about a video plan to help incorporate digital learning into your schools? This series of 50 short videos help schools and districts see how it looks to implement various parts of a personalized learning strategy into their systems. In support of the Future Ready Schools Initiative, where superintendents across the country pledge to actively work toward widespread, equitable digital learning, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology created the Future Ready Leader project.

As part of the project, eight model schools were chosen to highlight four research-based focus areas believed to be necessary for an effective transition to digital learning. These are:

  • Collaborative leadership
  • Personalized student learning
  • Robust infrastructure
  • Personalized professional learning

The 50 videos showcase subjects such as equity, community and parent involvement, partnerships, governance and funding. A brief survey identifies a district’s needs and results in a customized video playlist and relevant research. 

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