Dr. Dena Cushenberry, Superintendent of Schools for MSD Warren Township was selected to sit on the panel of judges for Education Elements Personalized Learning Challenge. It is not surprising given the lovely write up that MSD Warren Twp received after a visit last year.
Warren Township schools is one of the many districts across the country who are part of the network using the professional consultants from Education Elements to build and support dynamic school systems. In 2016 after a visit to the school corporation, in an article titled Indiana and the personalized learning DNA, Yosr Najjar said that the “commitment and engagement” she saw from MSD Warren Township “were beyond the imagination. She went to say that the “personalized learning of MSD Warren Township isn’t just an idea anymore, it’s a lifestyle.”
Ten winners will be selected from those leaders and educators who apply to meet the Personalized Learning Challenge of preparing all students for their future by imagining, designing, and implementing innovative organization designs, instructional models, and professional development.
This post was created in collaboration with Kim Asbury, District Communication Coordinator, MSD Warren Township.
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