Complete by Friday, July 31, 11:30 p.m., 
Online Workshop (Asynchronous)

Please register online. TLC Credit: Traditional, UI REACH, SEL 

Automation and artificial intelligence are transforming the economy. In K-12 education, preparation for the future of work has focused on improving career and technical education in high schools, but grades K-8 are also critical for preparing students and families for new opportunities in high school and beyond.

Please join the Center for American Progress for a conversation that will cover multiple perspectives on ways to expand opportunity and build equitable access, including by supporting educators, increasing offerings, and deeply engaging families as early as elementary school. The panelists will also discuss how the current COVID-19 crisis affects the future of work.

This event is part of an online series exploring the five key issue areas that a new public education agenda should include. Each week, experts from across the education field will discuss how educators are adjusting to virtual schooling, the history of the federal government’s role in providing equal access to high-quality and equitable education to all students, preparing students for the future of work, what charter policy could look like in the future that puts equity at the forefront, and the need for greater and more targeted federal investment in education.

Link for this workshop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYuNx0W9Py4#action=share

To earn credit for this module, please respond to the prompt below and email your responses to tlc@uiowa.edu by July 31st, 2020. Use the title of the module in your email subject line.

Name one thing that you learned from this webinar that you plan to implement in your practice. How, When, and Why? (e.g. one of the ways to expand opportunity and build equitable access)

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the Baker Teacher Leader Center, 319-335-5623, in advance.