Reflecting On Education – The Future of International Schools

Date: May 5, 2021

In this conversation, we looked at ways that education systems and individual educators can use this new blended learning environment to focus on creating quality outcomes for learners.

The post-Covid-19 educational landscape is presenting a once a century opportunity to redefine instructional pedagogy. It would be a disservice to our learners worldwide should we return to ‘normal’ without an inventory of where we succeeded, what wasn’t effective, and where we could continue to grow.
At this point in history, we have a true opportunity to develop the educational approach that will finally service the needs, strengths and preferences of our learners.

The following topics were discussed in this webinar:

  1. Identifying the facets of educational programming that lead to true change
  2. Review and Reflection (Now, New, Next)
  3. Planning for Change: Starting with Goals and Change Management Strategies


Mark Radcliffe
Strategic Consulting Manager – Edmentum

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