Here is our schedule for live sessions. All sessions will be streamed here, and all sessions are archived here.
*** All sessions are at 4:00pm Pacific/7:00pm Eastern. ***
Week 1 – Thurs. Jan. 23 – What is deeper learning? Panel discussion with Marc Chun, Hewlett Foundation; Eduardo Briceño, Mindset Works; Camille Farrington, University of Chicago; Larry Rosenstock, High Tech High; Jal Mehta, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Maya Ervin, High Tech High student
Week 2 – Mon., Jan. 27 – Looking at student work for deeper learning – Panel discussion with Ron Berger, Expeditionary Learning; Steve Seidel, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Carissa Romero, Stanford University; Joseph McDonald, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University; Iza McGawley, 7th Grade HTMCV student
Thurs., Jan. 30 – Looking at student work for deeper learning – Lens Into the Classroom
Week 3 – Mon., Feb. 3 – Students in the adult world: internships and job shadowing – Panel discussion with Eliott Washor, Big Picture Learning; Tim Jenkins, Principal, MetEast School; Joe Battaglia, Director of Curriculum & Instruction at The Met in Providence; and students and mentors from Big Picture schools
Thurs., Feb. 6 – Students in the adult world: internships and job shadowing – Lens Into the Classroom
Week 4 – Mon., Feb. 10 – Personalized learning: student voice and choice – Panel discussion with Keven Kroehler, Executive Director, Edvisions Schools; Kathleen Cushman, Journalist and Author of Fires in the Mind; Brandon Wiley, Executive Director, Asia Society; Alison Cook-Sather, Professor of Education, Bryn Mawr College, and editor of “Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education”; and Samantha Alander, a student from the Minnesota New Country School.
Thurs., Feb. 13 – Personalized learning: student voice and choice – Lens Into the Classroom
Week 5 – Mon., Feb. 17 – Deeper learning for a wide range of students – Panel discussion with Thabiti Brown, Principal, Codman Academy; Claire E. Sylvan, Ed.D, Executive Director, The Internationals Network; Joe Luft, Senior Director, Programs, The Internationals Network; Ron Berger, Expeditionary Learning; Rosmery Milczewski, Flushing International High School
Thurs., Feb. 20- Deeper learning for a wide range of students – Lens Into the Classroom
Week 6 – Mon., Feb. 24 – Academic mindsets – Panel discussion with Camille Farrington, University of Chicago; Eduardo Briceño, Mindset Works; Carissa Romero, Stanford University; Stephen Mahoney, Principal, Springfield Renaissance School; Jennifer Charlot, Doctoral candidate, Harvard University
Thurs., Feb. 27 - Academic mindsets – Lens Into the Classroom
Week 7 – Mon., Mar. 3 – Assessing for deeper learning – Panel discussion with Bob Lenz, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Envision Schools; Peter Kannam, Managing Partner, America Achieves and School Board Member, Baltimore City Public Schools; Megan Pacheco, New Tech Network; Cady Staff, High Tech Middle Chula Vista
Thurs., Mar. 6 – Assessing for deeper learning – Lens Into the Classroom
Week 8 – Mon., Mar. 10 – Exhibiting student work, audience, and curation – Panel discussion with Laura McBain, Director of External Relations, High Tech High; Jeff Robin, Art Teacher, High Tech High; Sonya Ramirez, Humanities Teacher, High Tech High North County; Tom Vander Ark, author of Getting Smart: How Digital Learning is Changing the World and CEO of Getting Smart
No live event on Thursday this week, but stay tuned for special exhibition activity.
Week 9 – Mon., March 17 – Final reflections – A panel discussion with DLMOOC participants about their experiences
Thurs., Mar. 20 – Final reflections student panel