An Introduction to the Linked Learning Approach

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An Introduction to the Linked Learning Approach

Learn about what Linked Learning is, how to get started, and find out what it looks like in practice in schools, districts, and communities.

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About this event

Students, educators, and communities are finding that we need to provide real, relevant, and engaging learning experiences for young people. So, how do we achieve this and ensure equitable outcomes for all? The Linked Learning approach integrates rigorous academics with real-world learning and strong support services to prepare students for success in college and career. Join us for a free webinar to learn about what Linked Learning is, how to get started, and find out what it looks like in practice at the school, district, and community levels.

We invite you to join us on Wednesday October 12, 3:45-5:00pm PT/ 6:45-8:00pm ET to learn how to leverage Linked Learning and adapt it for your local context and priorities.

In Introduction to the Linked Learning Approach, a free 75 minute virtual session, we will explore the following questions:

  • What is Linked Learning, and why should districts leverage this approach to college and career preparation?
  • What does Linked Learning look like in practice at the school, district, and community levels?
  • How do I get started with Linked Learning?
  • What is the Linked Learning Alliance, and how can I get involved?

About the Linked Learning Approach

Linked Learning integrates rigorous academics with real-world learning and strong support services to prepare students for success in college and career. Students learn through educational pathways connected to high-opportunity industry sectors—developing talent employers are seeking now. Linked Learning is delivered through an education “pathway” connected to a high-opportunity industry sector—health care, energy, agricultural science, engineering, information technology, arts and entertainment, advanced manufacturing, design, and more.