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NWAIS Conferences, Workshops and Events




Modern Classrooms Project - Program Overview and Q&A

Date: Wednesday - November 17, 2021
Time: 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Location: Webinar
Free Webinar

 

Webinar:

Overview and Q&A with Modern Classrooms Project

November 17, 2021, 3:30-4:30PM PST





MCP leaders will join us for a complimentary webinar for those considering the *Free* Asynchronous Course from Modern Classrooms Project for themselves or their school community. They will share an overview of the program as well as saving time for questions and answers.

 

RSVP to join the free webinar here




*Free* Asynchronous Course from Modern Classrooms Project



NWAIS has developed a partnership with the educators at Modern Classrooms Project to bring asynchronous learning to member schools at no cost.

Join NWAIS and MCP Leadership for this complimentary webinar to learn more.

 

 

Modern Classrooms Project

MCP is a nonprofit that empowers educators to build classrooms that respond to every student’s needs. They have developed a research-backed instructional model grounded in blended, self-paced, mastery-based learning that leverages technology to foster human connection, authentic learning, and social-emotional growth. The Modern Classrooms Project supports educators in implementing this model through their self-paced Free Online Course. The course provides a comprehensive overview of their instructional model as well as practical strategies and templates you can use in your own classroom today!


 

Start Your Modern Classrooms Journey with the Free Online Course

Over the course of 3-5 hours of professional learning, educators to immerse themselves in the course. Each educator will earn a certificate of completion and leave with actionable strategies for classroom transformation. Many leaders have leveraged our free PLC resources to help educators at their school build responsive classrooms.

At the conclusion of the course, educators may choose to extend their learning with the Modern Classrooms Project Mentorship Program, which provides personalized expert support, classroom-ready instructional materials, a global network and credentials such as graduate credit.

 

 

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