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Monday, March 25 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Student Ownership of their Education in ACE, a Competency-Based Program at Brookline High School

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In this interactive workshop, participants will learn about key design elements of the highly personalized,
competency-based ACE Program at Brookline High. ACE Student Leaders will lead the participants in a circle with rounds that invite them to share learning experiences in which they felt ownership and self-direction. Students and ACE staff members will share out key design elements of the program that allow students
to have voice and choice in the program, including the role of student leaders, restorative justice, community building activities, Habits of Success, internships for academic credit, dual enrollment, home-grown online classes, and the competency-based design of the 6-week classes. This will be done in a station-rotation format where participants will spend five minutes learning about each design element. The last portion of the
session will invite participants to pick a design element that resonated for them and work in small groups to consult with ACE presenters about how they might adapt it to their school.

By the end of the session, participants will take one of the design elements and outline how they might adapt it to their school or program.

Monday March 25, 2019 2:45pm - 4:00pm EDT
Room 103

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