Envisioning an Equitable Future through Personalized Learning
May 3, 2018, 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Center
55 Ariadne Rd, Dedham, MA 02026
The Center for Collaborative Education is happy to invite you to our second annual Essential Personalized Learning Spring Convening, Envisioning an Equitable Future through Personalized Learning. Our goal at CCE is to drive equity through personalized learning, providing culturally responsive, equitable learning opportunities for all students in New England and beyond. During this day-long event, you will hear from a number of expert guests, including keynote speaker and education justice advocate Clint Smith, as well as the teachers and students championing this work. Admission for the day-long event is $55, and includes breakfast and lunch.
Breakout sessions cover:
Choice Theory and student empowerment
Students' experiences with internships and community engagement
Capacity building for personalized learning and culturally responsive teaching
Rigor in a mastery model
New offer: To truly drive equity forward, it takes a dedicated community of educators working collaboratively. That’s why we have an exciting offer to share. All paid registrants for the Spring Convening are invited to bring one colleague for FREE! After you register for the event, you will receive an email with a coupon code for free admission to share.
Join us for our 8th Quality Performance Assessment Summer Institute!
Quality Performance Assessment (QPA) Summer Institute is our annual convening, where CCE’s highly-trained staff work with educators to develop their assessment literacy and build their capacity to design high quality performance assessments for their schools and classrooms. QPA Summer Institute is appropriate for teachers, coaches, teacher leaders, and administrators. We encourage teams of educators from the same school or district to attend together. Graduate credit and PDPs are available.
Explore CCE’s Five Principles of Personalized Learning and design culturally responsive, equitable learning opportunities for all students. At the Essential Personalized Learning Institute, participants will receive a personalized professional development experience that includes session choices, blended learning modules, a critical friends group, and a role-based pathway.
EPL Institute is appropriate for teachers, coaches, teacher leaders, and administrators. We encourage teams of educators from the same school or district to attend together. Graduate Credit and PDPs are available.
This 30-minute online info session is a wonderful opportunity for interested educators to learn more about CCE’s Quality Performance Assessment (QPA) program and our upcoming QPA Summer Institute, being held on July 17-20, 2017 in Boston, MA. During this info session, we will provide a detailed overview of the institute’s topics, structure, and logistics, and will include time to address participants’ questions.
Assessing Habits, Skills, and Dispositions for Student Learning: A Method
Held on April 13, 2016, 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Online Webinar. The need for schools to instruct and assess critical habits, skills, and dispositions is stronger now than ever. But how do you assess qualities like "Collaboration" or "Creativity?" Founded in CCE’s research-based Quality Performance Assessment model, this webinar presents a set of protocols, tools, and methods for developing performance assessments that are tightly aligned to the essential habits and dispositions - including creativity, collaboration, communication, and self-direction. Attendees will receive copies of all webinar resources and materials.
Laying the Foundation for Performance Assessment:Lessons Learned from the Innovation Lab Network Pilot in New England
Held on May 27, 2015
CCE’s Quality Performance Assessment staff, share insights from the pilot of the Innovative Lab Network (ILN) in three New England states – Maine, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island – and highlight the impact that performance assessment has on student, educator and school learning.
Serving English language learners: Moving Beyond Compliance Towards Equity
Held on March 4, 2015
This webinar focused on the importance of student-centered, asset-based and culturally responsive teaching in the effort to move beyond compliance measures towards equitable education for all learners.