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Friday, March 26 • 9:30am - 10:15am
A Year of Learning - Reflections with Justin Reich 🧑‍💻😷

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A Year of Learning - Reflections with Justin Reich
Join Nat Vaughn together with Justin Reich (co-founder of EdTech Teacher, educational researcher, and author of Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education) for an engaging session as we explore, reflect, and discuss questions around our learning and experiences since March, 2020.  Justin has a long-standing relationship and has partnered with the Medfield Public Schools through his work with EdTech Teacher, working to help foster and nurture meaningful learning experiences in a systematic, coherent environment.
After a year of ‘forced’ alternative modes of education, it is incumbent upon us as educators to pause and take stock of  our experiences, lessons learned, practices we want to keep, practices we want to shift, and ‘reset’ - What practices should we continue? What should we resume? Should we go back to ‘normal’?  These are important conversations to be had - join us as we look to capture and archive the learning and map a path forward to support all of our learners.  

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Nat Vaughn

Principal Blake Middle School, Medfield Public Schools
I have been an educator for 24 years and have been the principal at Blake Middle School in Medfield, MA for the past 11 years. I believe in advocating for and fostering an environment of collaboration and creativity with students, teachers and parents has played a significant role... Read More →
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Justin Reich

Asst. Professor, Teaching Systems Lab
Justin's BioA former high school history teacher, Justin Reich is the Mitsui Career Development Professor of Comparative Media Studies at MIT, the director of the MIT Teaching Systems Lab (tsl.mit.edu), the host of the TeachLab podcast (teachlabpodcast.com), and the author of Fai... Read More →

Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT