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Tuesday, March 26 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
A Vision for Learning: Using Self-Reflection and Peer Review to Align Your School Improvement Efforts

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In this session participants will learn how to use research-based NEASC CPS Standards which define best practices as a tool for self-reflection and peer review. Through a process of self-reflection based on evidence and in collaboration with stakeholders, schools can develop a vision for learning with specific and measurable goals for success. Participants will use collaborative practices to explore the NEASC CPS Standards for Accreditation, focusing on student learning. We will do a crosswalk with the Global Best Practices to see how to align school improvement efforts. Participants will experience elements of the self-reflection process including the review of student work, classroom observations, document review, survey data, stakeholder interviews, and peer review. With the Standards in mind and the understanding of the essential components of self-reflection, participants will develop an outline for a process to improve learning, achievement, and well-being for students.

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Alyson Geary

Director, NEASC
Deputy Director, New England Association of Schools and Colleges
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Bill Wehrli

Associate Director for Accreditation and School Improvement, NEASC
I am Associate Director for Accreditation and School Improvement at NEASC. l joined the Commission on Public Schools team in early 2016 after over 25 years of experience working in public schools as a teacher and principal. Ask me about how the Standards for Accreditation can be your... Read More →

Tuesday March 26, 2019 10:45am - 12:00pm EDT
Room 103