Past events

  • February 03, 2023

    Questions from the Education Field

    In the first webinar in Carnegie’s series on Education, Technology, and Systems Change, the Collaborative Technology and Networked Improvement Science teams answer crowdsourced questions from the education field about the intersections of education, technology, and systems improvement work.

  • February 23, 2022

    Technology, Strategy Development, and Change Cycles in Networks

    The Carnegie Foundation invites you to join improvement leader Paul LeMahieu for the third in a series of four webinars on Technology and Collective Learning in Networks. This session explores the many ways in which a NIC tests its theory of change.

  • January 12, 2022

    Technology and Creating a Theory of Change in Networks


    Join the Carnegie Foundation’s Collaborative Technology team and networked improvement science associate, Simone Palmer, in a webinar that will explore various aspects of technology and learning in the initiation phase of a networked improvement community.

  • November 12, 2020

    EdTech in the Time of COVID-19: Leveraging Technology for Your Continuous Improvement Work


    Carnegie’s Collaborative Technology team and the Chief Learning Officer from Schools That Lead discussed the challenges of enabling meaningful collaboration at a distance; ways to continue improvement work in the midst of the pandemic; and the opportunities presented by technology tools to facilitate remote, asynchronous improvement work.

  • August 27, 2020

    Ensuring Equitable Voice During Covid-19


    On August 27, leaders of the district-university partnership of Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools and George Mason University discussed their response to COVID-19 that focused on transparency and iterative improvement to strengthen coherence, equity, and engagement with teachers, students, and families.

  • August 21, 2020

    Creating Coherence Amid COVID-19


    In this webinar, leaders of the university-school division partnership of Avondale Elementary School District/Arizona State University highlighted their COVID-19 response that used the tenets of improvement science to establish coherence in an instructional program.