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Leadership Forum on Digital Convergence

Moving from Theory to Action toward Personalized Learning

Delivering Relevant Learning Experiences at Scale for our Minnesota Students

March 8th
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm:
Discussion & Lunch

Pittsburg Blue Steak House, Maple Grove
11900 Main Street
Maple Grove, MN 55369

Join the Conversation

 

This curated dialogue will a) explore the portrait of a graduate, b) envision the modern learning environment, and c) collaborate on emerging best practices to transform the learning experience at scale for our Minnesota students, promoting student agency and equipping students with the competencies needed to thrive after graduation.

Hear from Little Falls Community Schools about their journey to deliver relevant learning experiences, and leverage insights from The New Agenda: Achieving Personalized Learning At Scale Through Digital Convergence. Each district will receive a copy of the book, and lunch will be provided.

 
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Reimagine Minnesota Through Personalized
Learning and Digital Convergence

 

The Key Drivers of the Education System Align, Supporting the Strategies to Reimagine Minnesota

 

Meet Our Forum Facilitators

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Jeri Crispe is a highly accomplished educational leader who has experience designing, leading and scaling modern learning models through close collaborations with educators, community leaders, and post-secondary partners as well as state and national thought leaders to transform our public education system. She has built sustainable high functioning teams that enable innovative efforts to expand as she is dedicated to ensuring equity and access for all students by promoting professional learning and leadership opportunities for educators.

She delivers a message that fosters success through inspiration, engagement, and motivation. She currently serves as Vice President of Growth and Innovation at Modern Teacher. Previously she served as a district director where she collaborated with other educators to enact meaningful change by creating the system conditions to support a vision of personalized learning in a competency-based education system as well as serving an educational non-profit for three years working with districts on standards, assessments, and evaluation.


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Rebecca Osburn currently serves as Regional Vice President of Network Membership for Modern Teacher. After graduating from St. Catherine’s University in St. Paul, MN, with a BA in Elementary and Kindergarten Education, Rebecca began her career as an Early Childhood Educator. Her career grew outside of the classroom with experiences in School Administration, Banking Finance, and the Educational Publishing and Technology space. Rebecca’s strength in providing districts with solutions while helping them to balance implementations, maintain operability, explore new services, and navigate internal systems on their behalf can be seen throughout her decade in Educational Management. Rebecca has had incredible success in building partnerships and working closely with her customers to insure systemic impact and lasting results.