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LCAS: Convening III - Student-Designed Assessments (Southern)

Location: Windham Regional Career Center, 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Personalized Learning Plans: A Learning Series for Vermont Educators

Personalized Learning Plans: A Learning Series for Vermont Educators (Achievement of Action Steps: Documenting Our Work)

Audience: Teachers, School Counselors, Principals, Curriculum Directors, PLP and/or Flexible Pathway Coordinators
This free series is open to educators who are interested in creating or refining their personalized learning planning process, and will foster a deeper understanding of the critical elements of a Personalized Learning Plan (PLP) by 1) promoting the concept of a PLP as a cross-disciplinary tool that integrates evidence-based instructional practices; 2) aligning these practices to proficiencies; and 3) providing tools, resources and examples for classroom teachers and administrators.

For More information and registration online

Contact: Sigrid Olson, (802) 479-1156 or sigrid.olson@vermont.gov

Location: Green Mountain Union High School, 716 VT Rte 103 S, Chester, VT 

Friday, March 20, 2020 - 12:30pm to 3:30pm

Personalized Learning Plans: A Learning Series for Vermont Educators

Personalized Learning Plans: A Learning Series for Vermont Educators (Parent and Community Involvement)

Audience: Teachers, School Counselors, Principals, Curriculum Directors, PLP and/or Flexible Pathway Coordinators
This free series is open to educators who are interested in creating or refining their personalized learning planning process, and will foster a deeper understanding of the critical elements of a Personalized Learning Plan (PLP) by 1) promoting the concept of a PLP as a cross-disciplinary tool that integrates evidence-based instructional practices; 2) aligning these practices to proficiencies; and 3) providing tools, resources and examples for classroom teachers and administrators.

For More information and registration online

Contact: Sigrid Olson, (802) 479-1156 or sigrid.olson@vermont.gov

Location: Green Mountain Union High School, 716 VT Rte 103 S, Chester, VT 

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - 12:30pm to 3:30pm

LCAS: Convening IV - Sharing, Review and Feedback (Northern)

Location: Center for Achievement in Public Services (CAPS), 32 College Street, Montpelier, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Convening IV - Sharing, Review and Feedback (Southern)

Location: Windham Regional Career Center, 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Thursday, April 9, 2020 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Instructional Coaching Networked Improvement Communities (IC NIC): Session IV (South)

Location: Springfield School District Central Office, 60 Park Street, Springfield VT

Audience: Instructional Coaches, Curriculum Directors, Principals, Superintendents

Description: The Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) is inviting instructional coaches from Vermont schools to participate in a two-year Instructional Coaching Networked Improvement Community (IC NIC). 2019–2020: The goal of the first year of the IC NIC is twofold: use improvement science to define the role of the Instructional Coach in Vermont schools and to identify and test a change idea using the AOE Impact Plan. 2020–2021: The goal is to create an Instructional Coach Toolkit that contains the necessary resources to support an Instructional Coach in their practice. The IC NIC will be offered in four Vermont regions. Learn more about this professional learning opportunity and register for Instructional Coaching Networked Improvement Community.

Contact: Susan Yesalonia at susan.yesalonia@vermont.gov or (802) 479-1284

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 8:00am to 3:00pm

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