Friday, June 26th 3:00PM ET/12:00 PM PT
Join Panorama Education and our district partners in an interactive roundtable designed for district leaders centered around a weekly problem of practice.
These virtual meet-ups will address challenges and opportunities for districts who currently use Panorama to measure Social-Emotional Learning and/or Panorama Student Success, however, we are opening it up to districts who are considering working with us as a chance to listen in, learn from, and engage as part of the Panorama community!
This week’s problem of practice: How are we guiding schools to systematically and empathetically build connection with students and families?
This week's district leader speaker: This week we'll begin our session by hearing from Pittsfield Public Schools on building student and family connections in their district!
What are District Leader Roundtables?
Over the past few months, we have been listening and learning from K12 leaders across the country about their needs right now. The question we hear most often is, “What are other districts and schools doing to prepare for the fall? Can I connect with them?” We want to create this space for you!
In an effort to support you and your needs, Panorama is launching Panorama’s District Leader Roundtables. These virtual thematic meet-ups are designed for district leaders who are looking to collaborate with others and more effectively use Panorama’s platforms, tools and resources to tackle challenges in the fall. (Please note that conversations will be primarily focused on district problems of practice; folks in all roles are invited to participate.)
What would I gain by participating?
- Connect directly with other district leaders and thought leaders across the nation
- Address tactical and adaptive problems of practice in collaborative groups
- Access and share turnkey resources and best practices to implement for the fall
What are the sessions like?
Sessions are interactive and interpersonal, so not your standard webinar! Please plan to attend with your video and audio on (if possible -- we’re all adapting to meeting virtually and with children and pets at home!). Be ready to talk with colleagues.