Jesse Lubinsky, director of technology and innovation at the Irvington Union Free School District, was selected by the Consortium for School Networking to serve as a key advisor for a new series of publications, Driving K-12 Innovation, that will provide school leaders with high-quality information on emerging issues and technology trends.
“I am extremely excited to be working with such an incredible group of educators on this very important work,” Lubinsky said. “While it is critical that we focus our efforts on the innovations happening in our schools today, it is equally important to dedicate time and energy towards examining where K-12 education is headed and identifying the factors that will be impacting our classrooms in both the short and long term. This will allow schools the time needed to develop plans that maximize their impact on teaching and learning.”
As a member of the prestigious new advisory board of global K-12 education leaders, Lubinsky will work to explore and determine the top themes poised to enrich teaching and learning. According to the Consortium for School Networking, he is one of 100 esteemed advisors who are advancing progressive practices in the field, addressing challenges such as digital equity and the gap between pedagogy and technology, as well as integrating design thinking into learner approaches and greater student autonomy.
The advisory board discussions are taking place in an online workspace that launched mid-May, continuing through the end of 2018.