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Wednesday, March 27 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Real-World Learning Meets Deeper Learning

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This session will explore how schools can foster Deeper Learning outcomes with their students and help prepare students for a diverse and changing world using our Real-World Learning Rubric. Developed in partnership with innovative school leaders from across the country, the Rubric is a tool for school leaders and teachers a like to aid in reflection, goal-setting, and continuous improvement.

In this session, leaders will interact with leaders who have used the Rubric to inform their work, gain a guide for connecting classrooms to the real world, and a framework for understanding the roles of students, teachers, partners, and resources in that work. Educators will reflect on their own practices and brainstorm ideas for how to create partnerships, support interpersonal outcomes, and connect education to employment for students. Our presenters will include 2-3 educators from Schools That Can’s network of public, private, and charter schools who will share how the rubric manifests in their schools. From there, the session will be a hands-on discussion and execution of how to use the rubric in your school.

Our Real-World Learning Rubric relates directly to Deeper Learning’s framework of content mastery, self-directed learning, critical thinking and problem-solving, an academic mindset, collaboration, and effective communication. In our session, attendees will work together to break down what real-world learning looks like in the classroom setting, and how to be pioneers of the rubric.

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Casey Lamb

Chief Operating Officer, Schools That Can
Casey’s passion for equity and quality in education developed during her pursuit of education policy at Pomona College, including completing her thesis on early education philosophies, and continued through her additional studies (M.Ed., Special Education). As a student, Casey honed... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
HTM 12

Attendees (40)