As educators continue to meet the needs of students in an ever-changing landscape, it’s critical to adopt learning solutions that demonstrate a positive impact on student growth. Join this webinar to learn how Pinellas County Schools helped students achieve over 5 percentile points of growth on NWEA MAP assessments in just eight weeks.
Michael Feeney, Executive Director of Elementary Education District at Pinellas County Schools will share the critical steps educators took to ensure program success and how they helped students at all learning levels meet academic goals during challenging times.
Hear about their powerful journey and discover:
· New approaches to meet and exceed academic goals in your district
· Data-informed outcomes for math gains across all achievement levels and learning environments
· Math programs that helped students meet learning goals before, during and after school closures
· Easy-to-implement solutions that can fit within after school tutoring, summer school and other out-of-school models
· And more
All attendees will receive a 'Certificate of Completion' from Tech & Learning, which can be used towards one hour of Professional Development.
☕ Plus, enjoy a coffee on us! Attendees working in the education sector will receive a $5 Starbucks coffee voucher once they've attended as a thank you.*
Kecia Ray K20Connect Tech & Learning Brand Ambassador
*Coffee vouchers are for event attendees working within the education sector. Registrants must attend at the time of the event and for the duration of the whole event to receive their voucher. Not valid for on-demand viewing. One voucher per registrant / device. Vouchers will be emailed within three working days of the event and valid only for US, UK & Canada residents. Future Plc reserves the right to request proof of work in education. No cash or other alternative available. Voucher redeemable in accordance with Starbucks voucher terms and conditions.
How many custom box elements would you like to show (please enter a number of 0-5)
How many image bar elements would you like to show (please enter a number of 0-5)