In November 2016, Education Reimagined hosted a learner-centered human capital meeting to kick off a conversation about how to prepare and enable educators who work directly with learners to play their roles effectively in a learner-centered environment.
This unique gathering brought together learner-centered individuals from schools, districts, professional development providers, higher education institutions, professional organizations, networks, and foundations who are grappling with the multifaceted opportunities and challenges we currently face when enabling these educators.
Throughout the conversation, there was a shared commitment to standing firmly in the learner-centered paradigm. This was a reminder that everything we say about the paradigm must also hold true for adult learners.
To learn more about the day’s conversation, download our report!