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A Framework for the Future: Don’t Try Leading Without One

  • Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022
  • 2 – 2:45 pm PT
  • Zoom link will be sent to all registrants

About This Webinar

The secret behind many schools and districts making progress toward clear, shared, and aligned learner-centered outcomes is a Framework for the Future that actively guides a learning community’s decisions, experiences, and resources. 

In this webinar, school and district leaders will discover:

  • Why a Graduate Profile isn’t enough
  • What exactly is a Framework for the Future 
  • How it supports leadership and learning in every facet of a district from the admin team to student learning and educator professional development
  • Where their school or district is in the process and the next actions to move their district forward (hint: you are likely further along than you think!)

Our team works with schools and districts across the country to develop a learning community’s mission, vision, values, learner profile (aka Graduate Profile or Portrait of a Graduate) and learning model with clear success indicators to ensure teams can bring them to life with educators and learners. Learner-Centered Collaborative CIO, Katie Martin, and Strategic Partnerships Director, César Morales, will be sharing examples, process recommendations, implementation insights, and innovative ideas from rural to urban districts successfully putting their vision for learners into action. 

Bring your questions, bring an old dusty framework, bring a blank canvas. This webinar is for any and all leaders thinking about a new or existing Framework for the Future. All registrants will have the opportunity to schedule a 20-minute consultation after the webinar to discuss their existing or aspirational Framework for the Future with a member of our team. 

When: Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, 2 – 2:45 pm PT
Zoom link will be sent to all registrants



Dr. Katie Martin
Chief Impact Officer, Learner-Centered Collaborative

Katie develops professional learning programs to support schools and districts in their shift to learner-centered education. Katie began her career as a middle school English language arts teacher and instructional coach. She is recognized internationally for her approach to learning for both educators and students. She has worked directly with thousands of teachers and administrators to understand what has worked, what has been challenging, and what is possible for effective and engaging learning for students, anytime, anywhere. Katie is the author of both Evolving Education: Shifting to a Learner-Centered Paradigm and Learner-Centered Innovation: Spark Curiosity, Ignite Passion and Unleash Genius. She earned her Master of Education in middle school education and Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction. Follow her at @katiemartinedu

J. César Morales
Director of Strategic Partnerships, Learner-Centered Collaborative

César has over 20 years of experience in education that spans PreK-12 grades and incorporates both public and private settings. César was the founding Principal of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, California, and with a team of dedicated professionals successfully implemented a S.T.E.M. focused, college and career readiness academic experience for students that was anchored in a strong sense of community, innovation, and self-actualization. He earned his MA in Latin American Studies and is currently earning his EdD in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern California. Follow him at @jcmorales2024