Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Indiana School Board Association/Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents Conference in Indianapolis. I was able to attend many sessions, but one session stood above the rest in challenging my thinking and direction when it comes to being a Superintendent of a Public School System.
There are many things which I took from this session--so I'm devoting my blog postings this week to highlight some of my favorites. Today, I'm going to start with the question that kept the gears in my brain turning all last week: How do we prepare students for a future that we ourselves cannot even imagine?
This question in the session focused primarily on technology. David Warlick considered how drastically technology has changed since he was in school (50 years ago). While he is older than I am, it is true for me as well. Even in the past 10 years technology has changed completely. So, how do we educate and prepare students to face this rapidly changing world?
Hopefully you'd like to hear what I'd learned--so stay tuned for my posts this week!