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Monday, March 25 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Designing Schedules that Help Mission Statements Come Alive

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      "A school's master schedule is a pedagogical choice based on its values."
      ~ Chris Lehmann, co-author of Building School 2.0
Blocks, trimesters, flextime, callback, late-start, project weeks... almost all of our schools have different schedules, even if those differences are minor or fluid. In this session, participants will learn about Champlain Valley Union High School's process to assess and alter our daily, weekly, and yearly schedules based on our mission and values in order to make room for interest-based learning intensives and create a better balance between conventional and flexible opportunities in our building. Participants will then use current research and tools such as asset inventories and root cause analyses to create a draft values assessment and schedule matrix to bring back to their schools for the next phase of the conversation.

Speakers
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Carly Rivard

Champlain Valley Union HS
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Abbie Bowker

Champlain Valley Union HS
School transformation initiatives that build in interest-based learning experineces.
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Peter Langella

Librarian, Champlain Valley Union HS
Peter Langella (he/him) works at Champlain Valley Union HS in Hinesburg as a librarian and co-advisor to both the Racial Alliance Committee and Gender Sexuality Alliance. Peter also works as a school librarianship instructor at the University of Vermont and an English instructor at... Read More →



Monday March 25, 2019 2:45pm - 4:00pm EDT
Room 105/106