Show: Community Keynotes

Episode: Community Keynotes: 21st Century Learning - part 2


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Episode Description:

This program is 45 minutes in total length. Part 2 is the second half of the program.

What should education look like in the 21st Century? That is the topic addressed by the panel in this episode of "Community Keynotes." The program features the keynote panel from the August 2014 Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Academic Diversity Institute, Portrait of a Graduate: Creating Pathways to Success. The Institute is an annual conference that brings together teachers, school administrators, central office, students, and parents to share and promote practices that create success among diverse learners.

The panel features FCPS Superintendent Dr. Karen Garza and members of the FCPS community speaking about how to cultivate students and understand the characteristics of a Portrait of a Graduate in the 21st century. Panel members include Dr. Scott Poole, the principal of Lanier Middle School; Amol Patel, a teacher at South Lakes High School; Daniel Herrera, a student and rising senior at Edison High School; and Dulce Carrillo, a parent of a student at Kent Gardens Elementary School. Panel members discuss 21st century teaching and learning from diverse points of view.

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Total SD Episode Video Runtime (hh:mm:ss): 00:18:28

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 11:11


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