Leadership in Blended & Digital Learning (LBDL) Program
Leadership in Blended Learning & Digital Learning: Cohort 2-Application due 12/17/16
The MassCUE Leadership in Blended and Digital Learning (LBDL) program offers a job-embedded professional learning experience to prepare principals and their school-based leadership team to lead a digital and blended learning transition in their school.
MassCUE is proud to bring this successful and nationally vetted program to Massachusetts school leaders!
Developed by the Friday Institute, this program is delivered as a 60-hour blended course made up of five modules / sessions. Participants will be led by experienced practitioners from the Commonwealth who have been trained by the Friday Institute staff. Selected school teams who are accepted into the 2nd cohort of this program, will be guided through a planning process to produce a Roadmap for Leading a Digital and Blended Learning Transition in their school. Each module will have online pre-work and post work to complete.
LBDL Program Goals
The program goals include:
- Developing a shared vision for blended and personalized learning
- Leading an effective blended and personalized learning transformation
- Building a strong teaching workforce
- Fostering a school culture that supports blended and personalized learning
This program will go deeper than a traditional professional development course.
|Audience||Principals and Leadership teams|
|Time||8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.|
|Location||To Be Determined: Locations will be selected once applicants are selected so as to find a central location to the participants.|
|MassCUE Member Cost||$500.00|
|Earn||The MA State Department of Education (DESE) will award a Certificate for Leadership in Blended Participants to participants who successfully complete the program requirements.|
|Prerequisites||Participants must apply as a team for this program. The team includes two or more persons from a school or district. At least one person must be the school leader, i.e., principal, headmaster etc. The other person(s) on the team must be school-based leaders.|
|Graduate Credits Optional||Participants will also be able to receive three (3) graduate credits (optional) for the program from Framingham State University.|
The Leadership in Blended and Digital Learning Program Cohort 2 application period is now open.
Interested participants must apply as a team. Application Deadline is December 17, 2016.
The Leadership in Blended and Digital Learning Program Cohort 2 application period is now open!
Be sure to review the Program Details for the program outline.
Interested participants must apply as a team. Application deadline is December 17, 2016.