itslearning Webinar Alert: Meeting ESSA Requirements with UDL and Personalized Learning Approaches

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On February 14 at 2PM ET, Education Week, in conjunction with itslearning, will host an enlightening one-hour live discussion on meeting ESSA requirements with UDL/personalized learning approaches.

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Educators will also learn how competency-based education, a focus on college- and career-readiness, creating caring environments, and social-emotional learning can play important roles in closing achievement gaps and reaching all learners.

WHAT: No-cost webinar with Creative Learning Strategist Barbara Bray

WHEN: Wednesday February 14, 2PM ET

REGISTER: http://bit.ly/2mVavqI

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides states with significant flexibility to advance personalized learning and improve equitable outcomes for students. But where do educators begin?

On February 14 at 2PM ET, Education Week, in conjunction with itslearning, will host an enlightening one-hour live discussion on meeting ESSA requirements with UDL/personalized learning approaches.

During the free webinar Bray, who co-authored two books on personalized learning with Kathleen McClaskey: Make Learning Personal and How to Personalize Learning, will discuss how teachers can meet their state's new ESSA requirements with a learner-centered approach that is built on solid UDL and personalized learning principles. Educators will also learn how competency-based education, a focus on college- and career-readiness, creating caring environments, and social-emotional learning can play important roles in closing achievement gaps and reaching all learners.

Moderated by Holly Yettick, director, Education Week Research Center, the webinar is free to attend, but registration is required. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/2mVavqI

Educators are encouraged to join the synchronous Twitter discussion using #ESSABray

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