The 2019 FRS-NJ Certification Summit

February 28th, 2019 - National Digital Learning Day

Each year, Future Ready Schools - New Jersey celebrates national Digital Learning Day by officially opening the school certification cycle at the FRS-NJ Certification Summit at NJIT. This year, we had a satellite location hosted by the SRI&ETTC at Stockton University and an option to stream the event live.
The live stream was recorded and is available below. If you would like to experience the event through the eyes of attendees, check out the Twitter moment as well!

 

Summit Agenda

This year's Certification Summit will be a half-day event. Coffee and water will be provided.​

Registration & Networking

9:00 - 9:30

Welcome and Opening Statements

9:30 - 9:45

The "Why" of Future Ready Schools - New Jersey

9:45 - 10:30

A panel of New Jersey educators and leaders from certified schools across the state will share why they undertook the self-assessment and certification process, what they see as the benefits of the program, and how they have successfully achieved certification.

 

 Coffee Break

10:30 - 10:40

The "How" of Future Ready Schools - New Jersey

10:40 - 11:20

Now that you know the "why" of FRS-NJ, it's time to learn the process, tools, and procedures of the certification process. This guided training will take you from the very first steps of District Commitment, through your first certification submission, and all the way through higher level certifications for those schools and districts that have already achieved Bronze or Silver Tier Certification. This portion of the day will also explore updates that are new to FRS-NJ's 2019 Certification cycle.

Networking, Fostering Collaboration, and Diving into the 2019 FRS-NJ Indicators

11:20 - 12:00

A panel of New Jersey educators and leaders from across the state will share why they undertook the self-assessment and certification process, what they see as the benefits of the program, and how they successfully achieved certification. Please note that this portion of the event will not be live-streamed, but remote attendees will be able to participate across locations via other means.