Leveraging Flexible Digital Curriculum to Drive Equity

This session aims to provide heads of schools and teachers with strategies they can use to help reduce hesitancy with using digital curricula.
  • Virtual Workshops
  • Teachers and Heads of School
  • Virtual
  • 2:00 pm (GMT +0:00) - 3:00 pm (GMT +0:00)
  • 16 November 2022


Schools continue to grapple with how to implement a digital curriculum in their learning environments to benefit students’ academic success and growth. Challenges range from acquiring buy-in from other teachers and the wider school community, technical problems and device access, and sometimes, just not knowing where to begin using new online programs.

In this session, we will talk about three of the most important areas when it comes to implementing a digital curriculum. These include how to successfully implement a digital curriculum, manage the change a new program can bring to your community, and the greater flexibility a program will bring to students and their learning to accelerate their growth.

The areas we will cover support the ultimate driving force for any implementation of an online curriculum, which is to provide additional opportunities to students to maximize their success after school.

As a result of participating in this session, attendees can expect to:

  • Understand the key tenets of quality online learning
  • Gain practical ideas for reducing teacher and parent hesitancy over the use of digital curriculum
  • Benefit from practical ideas for raising student voice and agency over learning


  • Mark Radcliffe
    Advocacy Senior Director

    Mark Radcliffe has worked in the K-12 online education sector for the last 20 years as a technology integrator and education consultant.

    Currently serving as Senior Director of Advocacy for Edmentum, Mark is responsible for lifting the voices of educators across the globe. Mark assists schools in evaluating ways they can improve their operations and drive the success of their chosen initiatives alongside Edmentum’s advocacy team.

    Originally from Manchester, UK, Mark currently lives near New York City, USA, with his spouse and three children. His favorite time-wasting activity is watching science videos on YouTube.


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