Future Ready Schools: a Framework for Transformation
Is your school ready? with Thomas C. Murray
Tom will discuss tactics educators and administrators are using to personalize student learning and prepare students for the future. Learn about resources that will help you maximize the learning in your classrooms. Share your practices with other educators and administrators. What happens when teachers and schools align
- Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment,
- Use of Space and Time,
- Robust Infrastructure,
- Data and Privacy,
- Community Partnerships,
- Personalized Professional Learning, and
- Budget and Resources?
Find out from FETC featured speaker Thomas C. Murray, Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools. Please register below.
Thomas Murray’s experiences in K–12 digital leadership, which include implementing a 1:1 program, BYOD, blended learning, and a K–12 cyber school where he served as the director of technology and cyber education for the Quakertown Community School District in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, have been recognized nationally. A former school principal and teacher, Murray is passionate about proper digital learning implementation and personalized professional learning. In 2015, Murray co-authored and released Leading Professional Learning; Tools to Connect and Empower Teachers (Corwin, 2015).
In addition to his role at Future Ready, he serves as a thought leader and school district consultant for digital learning implementation and transformation. Previously, he was the recipient of the Blended Schools Network Leadership Award, named one of the top 16 “forward thinking EdTech leaders in the country,” named one of the “top 100 influential voices in education,” has been featured in Tech & Learning magazine’s Leadership Profile, THE Journal, and has appeared on various television shows. Murray’s cyber- and blended-learning programs have been highlighted by Forbes.com, T.H.E. Journal, District Administration magazine, Project Red,Tech & Learning magazine, the Innosight Institute, and iNACOL. And one day, he'll learn how to iron a shirt.