Creating the Schools and Learning We Need—In Class and Online

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Aired on: January 23rd, 2013

3:30–4:30 p.m. (ET)

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Raymond J. McNulty

Raymond J. McNulty is Chief Learning Officer at Penn Foster and a Senior Fellow to the International Center for Leadership In Education. He is a former Senior Fellow at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and a past president of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). He is the author of It’s Not Us Against Them—Creating the Schools We Need and has served education since 1973 as a teacher, vice principal, principal, superintendent, and Vermont’s Education Commissioner.

This Week's Topic

  • Are you ready to re-imagine learning?
  • How do we go from “best” practices to “next” practices?

Education insiders and outsiders are calling for improvement in the way we educate students. There seems to be synergy on all sides for change, so why isn’t it moving faster, and where are the results? We are told we need to use research based best practices in this work and then we are informed that we must innovate—aren’t these directives in conflict with each other? To make the needed transformation educators must be the agents of the change. This broadcast will share how moving from best practices to next practices will help lead this transformation, including a shift to new online and hybrid education models.


Presentation Slides pdf

McNulty, R. J. (2011).  Best Practices to Next Practices: A New Way of “Doing Business” for School Transformation pdf.

Future of Education Interview(2012).

International Technology and Enginnering Educators Association(2012).

McNulty, R. J. (2010).  Student Expectations Unmet: Where Are the Electronics? pdf.

McNulty, R. (2012).  Taking Lessons From Learners: Student Feedback in Education pdf.

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