The calls for redesign and flexibility in education are louder than ever. While the pandemic forced K-12 schools into emergency virtual learning, many students and families found the added flexibility beneficial. The vision to redesign education must include students’ voices, their families, and the community. Many educators and school leaders are trying great things to include students; how can we keep that momentum going forward?

Join Betsy Fowler, Executive Director of School Design at ASU Prep Digital, and Steven Walk, a teacher at New Horizons Regional Education Center, as they share their approaches to including students in their redesign efforts to be more inclusive of all their students.

Key themes in the discussion include:

  • Why is it important to redesign from the student’s perspective, and why now?
  • What is the future of virtual and blended learning in redesign efforts?
  • Can virtual learning improve student engagement?
  • How can we leverage new technology in the future and track our successes?

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