This edWeb podcast is sponsored by NexGen Education.
The webinar recording can be accessed here.
How can educators ensure that middle school students are engaged and driven to master math concepts? This enlightening edWeb podcast introduces you to the winning strategies of the Harlem Children’s Zone®, which was founded with the vision of disrupting the cycle of intergenerational poverty by offering students the support they need to succeed from pre-K through college to become productive, self-sustaining adults.
Listen and learn how HCZ does this on an unprecedented scale, working with over 14,000 youth, many of them facing significant socio-economic and academic challenges. In order to achieve this vision, the HCZ team employs a unique set of strategies and best practices while leveraging data to provide individualized and timely support.
Over the past two years, HCZ has used a remote learning platform to support its middle school math instruction. This platform engages students through an AI-driven, rich curriculum while providing teachers and school leaders with the real-time progress and performance of all students, helping each student achieve their individual learning objectives.
Listen to this fascinating presentation as Geoffrey Canada shares Harlem Children’s Zone’s model for success and how this remote learning platform has helped the HCZ team keep its middle school students on track in mathematics.
Listeners will walk away from this edWeb podcast with newfound knowledge of:
This edWeb podcast is of interest to middle school teachers, school and district leaders, directors of curriculum, math coaches, Title 1 math coaches, after school directors, and summer school directors..