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Monday, March 25 • 8:00am - 11:00am
What’s in it for the Students?

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Engaged students are curious about and invested in their learning. They make choices about what and how they learn and can explain the relevance and importance of their work. Genuine engagement leads to deeper learning and improved outcomes.

League of Innovative Schools members from Pittsfield Middle High School (NH), Westbrook High School (ME), Killingly Intermediate School (CT), and Nathan Hale-Ray High School (CT) will share examples and insights on how to promote and support student engagement. Participants will have the chance to reflect on these lessons and consider how to increase student engagement within their classrooms and across their schools.

We will strengthen relationships within our network that can contribute to making our schools places where every student feels valued and engaged, and we will all leave this session challenged and inspired to implement practices that support equitable outcomes for all students.

Additional resources shared by Nathan Hale-Ray High School

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Heather Taylor

Principal, Killingly Intermediate School
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Reed Dyer

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
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Aaron Townsend

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership

Jennifer Brooks

Westbrook High School
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Bridget Erlandson

Teacher, Nathan Hale-Ray High School: East Haddam School District

Monday March 25, 2019 8:00am - 11:00am EDT
Tiffany Ballroom 1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood, MA 02062, USA