Proficiency and Personalization Networking Series (Day 1)
Audience: Curriculum Directors, Principals, Instructional Coaches, & Teacher Leaders
In this two-part series, participants will focus on graduate student profiles, PLPs, proficiency-based grading, and the Plan Do Study Act cycle. Day 1 will feature a guest speaker and whole group work around learning a process for and developing a graduate student profile. Participants then will break into smaller groups concentrating on Building a Better PLP or Proficiency Based Grading and Reporting Practices. Day 2 will continue this work, refining the graduate student profile, increasing knowledge and making a plan for the PDSA cycle, and gathering more ideas and strategies around PLPs. Participants will leave with: 1) Tools and processes that could inform their Continuous Improvement Plan around one of the above themes; 2) Practice with and understanding of the Plan Do Study Act cycle; 3) Resources around PLPs, graduate profiles, and grading practices; and 4) Info about moving work forward by participating in related Learning Networks in the spring. The series has two sessions: October 13, 2017 at Franklin Center at the Howe, Rutland, Vermont and November 17, 2017 at Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, Vermont. Register for Proficiency and Personalization Network Series.
If you have any questions, please contact Sigrid Olson (Personalized Learning Team Lead) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Pat Fitzsimmons (Proficiency-Based Learning Team Lead) at email@example.com.