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Monday, March 25 • 8:00am - 11:00am
Building a District-Wide Culture of Successful, Engaged Learners Through High-Impact Instructional Strategies

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In an era of educational transformation that challenges school districts to meet the needs of a diverse range of learners, this session highlights the key factors in moving from defining rigorous standards and performance indicators to the implementation of high-impact instructional strategies. MSAD 6 Assistant Superintendent, Mick Roy and District Assessment for Learning Coach, Kirsten Gould share their experience developing systems across five elementary schools, middle school and high school, with an enrollment of 3,800 students.

Participants will engage in meaningful dialogue about how a process of strategic planning, allocation of district resources, and guidelines for establishing a culture of growth can improve student motivation and achievement. Using video clips, strategic action plans, and other resources, attendees will experience the critical components of a proficiency-based, student-centered, empowering learning community.

Participants will:
—Explore the process of targeting instructional practices in a proficiency-based system;
—Explore how district resources can be used to implement, refine, and support professional growth across the district;
—Identify key factors in establishing a culture of growth for students and educators;
—Analyze a strategic action plan to determine how it is useful in monitoring progress toward accomplishing school goals.

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Kirsten Gould

As the K-12 coach in assessment for learning, I provide resources, coaching, and professional development related to formative assessment and high-impact instructional strategies.

Monday March 25, 2019 8:00am - 11:00am EDT
Room 201