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, Networked Improvement Science, and Evidence & Analytics 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.